Translation: from spanish

or else

  • 1 nada más

    adv.
    1 just.
    2 nothing more, nothing else.
    intj.
    that's all.
    pron.
    nothing else, nothing more.
    * * *
    = anything else, nothing else
    Ex. His work is criticized for its triviality and quantity (the argument goes that children need never and might never read anything else).
    Ex. This was the classical expression of the ideology of the finding catalog; the view that the catalog was a simple list designed to help one find a particular book in the library and nothing else.
    * * *
    = anything else, nothing else

    Ex: His work is criticized for its triviality and quantity (the argument goes that children need never and might never read anything else).

    Ex: This was the classical expression of the ideology of the finding catalog; the view that the catalog was a simple list designed to help one find a particular book in the library and nothing else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > nada más

  • 2 cualquier otra cosa

    = you name it, anything else, whatever else
    Ex. To introduce a little vulgarity, it would be absolutely hell on browsers were all the works by Agatha Christie or Dorothy Sayers or Dashiell Hammett or you name it, entered individually by their title.
    Ex. Now this may sound somewhat Draconian as an approach to the problem, but I really do believe, and I have studied this and thought about it very carefully for many years, that this is the only answer, that anything else is just an amelioration of the problem and is building up problems for the future.
    Ex. Mainstream media tends to focus on the negative, on the sensational, and nearly all of that catastrophic -- hurricanes and nuclear war and terrorism and whatever else.
    * * *
    = you name it, anything else, whatever else

    Ex: To introduce a little vulgarity, it would be absolutely hell on browsers were all the works by Agatha Christie or Dorothy Sayers or Dashiell Hammett or you name it, entered individually by their title.

    Ex: Now this may sound somewhat Draconian as an approach to the problem, but I really do believe, and I have studied this and thought about it very carefully for many years, that this is the only answer, that anything else is just an amelioration of the problem and is building up problems for the future.
    Ex: Mainstream media tends to focus on the negative, on the sensational, and nearly all of that catastrophic -- hurricanes and nuclear war and terrorism and whatever else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cualquier otra cosa

  • 3 algo más

    adv.
    a little bit more, some more, a little more.
    pron.
    1 a little bit more, more, some more, a little more.
    2 something else, anything else, something other.
    * * *
    Ex. His work is criticized for its triviality and quantity (the argument goes that children need never and might never read anything else).
    * * *

    Ex: His work is criticized for its triviality and quantity (the argument goes that children need never and might never read anything else).

    Spanish-English dictionary > algo más

  • 4 en otro sitio

    = down the road, elsewhere, somewhere else
    Ex. You can very frequently go into a large library and have extreme difficulty finding somebody to help you because there are 40 people sitting out in back doing something which somebody else is doing down the road.
    Ex. Explanatory references may be either 'see' or 'see also' references, which give a little more explanation than merely the direction to look elsewhere.
    Ex. This means that a reader accustomed to finding 'his' books on a particular shelf may well be aggrieved to find that they have been moved somewhere else.
    * * *
    = down the road, elsewhere, somewhere else

    Ex: You can very frequently go into a large library and have extreme difficulty finding somebody to help you because there are 40 people sitting out in back doing something which somebody else is doing down the road.

    Ex: Explanatory references may be either 'see' or 'see also' references, which give a little more explanation than merely the direction to look elsewhere.
    Ex: This means that a reader accustomed to finding 'his' books on a particular shelf may well be aggrieved to find that they have been moved somewhere else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en otro sitio

  • 5 los demás

    (f. - las demás) the rest, everything else, the others, everyone else
    * * *
    = rest, the, everybody else
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Production control: keeping one step ahead of the rest'.
    Ex. The problem is most of them totally distrust everybody else.
    * * *
    = rest, the, everybody else

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Production control: keeping one step ahead of the rest'.

    Ex: The problem is most of them totally distrust everybody else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > los demás

  • 6 qué más

    adv.
    what else, what more.
    * * *
    Ex. 'You know I'm an easy-going person, but this has made me furious! I don't know what else to do'.
    * * *

    Ex: 'You know I'm an easy-going person, but this has made me furious! I don't know what else to do'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > qué más

  • 7 a otro sitio

    Ex. This means that a reader accustomed to finding 'his' books on a particular shelf may well be aggrieved to find that they have been moved somewhere else.
    * * *

    Ex: This means that a reader accustomed to finding 'his' books on a particular shelf may well be aggrieved to find that they have been moved somewhere else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a otro sitio

  • 8 cualquier otra persona

    (n.) = anybody else
    Ex. On first thought, it might appear that an author would be the best person to write the abstract, since presumably he or she knows more about the paper than anybody else.
    * * *

    Ex: On first thought, it might appear that an author would be the best person to write the abstract, since presumably he or she knows more about the paper than anybody else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cualquier otra persona

  • 9 qué otra cosa

    Ex. 'You know I'm an easy-going person, but this has made me furious! I don't know what else to do'.
    * * *

    Ex: 'You know I'm an easy-going person, but this has made me furious! I don't know what else to do'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > qué otra cosa

  • 10 todos lo demás

    Ex. In complete fairness to him, he always keeps busy on things that have to be done, and he takes his turn at the reference desk like everyone else.
    * * *

    Ex: In complete fairness to him, he always keeps busy on things that have to be done, and he takes his turn at the reference desk like everyone else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todos lo demás

  • 11 todos los demás

    Ex. The problem is most of them totally distrust everybody else.
    * * *

    Ex: The problem is most of them totally distrust everybody else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todos los demás

  • 12 y Dios sabe qué más

    Ex. They're going to have department stores, and restaurants, and movie theatres, and bowling alleys, the whole nine yards, and Heaven knows what else.
    * * *

    Ex: They're going to have department stores, and restaurants, and movie theatres, and bowling alleys, the whole nine yards, and Heaven knows what else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > y Dios sabe qué más

  • 13 cualquier otro

    • anybody else
    • anyone else
    • somebody else
    • whomever else

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > cualquier otro

  • 14 alguien más

    pron.
    somebody else, someone else, anyone else, anybody else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alguien más

  • 15 alguien más

    • anybody else
    • anyone else
    • somebody else

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > alguien más

  • 16 Generalidades

    f.pl.
    general outlines.
    * * *
    1 (nociones) basic knowledge sing
    no está muy informado de este tema, sólo sabe generalidades he's not well informed on the subject, his knowledge is very general
    * * *
    (n.) = Generalities, generalia class
    Ex. With the exception of 0 Generalities, which in this scheme does not represent a unified discipline, and 4, Linguistics, the other primary divisions show this broad correlation.
    Ex. In practice the generalia class, as we shall see, is also used as a rag-bag for miscellaneous items that will not fit anywhere else.
    * * *
    (n.) = Generalities, generalia class

    Ex: With the exception of 0 Generalities, which in this scheme does not represent a unified discipline, and 4, Linguistics, the other primary divisions show this broad correlation.

    Ex: In practice the generalia class, as we shall see, is also used as a rag-bag for miscellaneous items that will not fit anywhere else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Generalidades

  • 17 a simple vista

    = by the naked eye, superficially, on first thought
    Ex. A macroform is a generic term for any medium, transparent or opaque, bearing images large enough to be easily read by the naked eye.
    Ex. An index based on term cards appears superficially little different from an ordinary card index.
    Ex. On first thought, it might appear that an author would be the best person to write the abstract, since presumably he or she knows more about the paper than anybody else.
    * * *
    = by the naked eye, superficially, on first thought

    Ex: A macroform is a generic term for any medium, transparent or opaque, bearing images large enough to be easily read by the naked eye.

    Ex: An index based on term cards appears superficially little different from an ordinary card index.
    Ex: On first thought, it might appear that an author would be the best person to write the abstract, since presumably he or she knows more about the paper than anybody else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a simple vista

  • 18 actividad secundaria

    Ex. We continue to make ILL appear trivial and unimportant, a sidelight activity to whatever else we do.
    * * *

    Ex: We continue to make ILL appear trivial and unimportant, a sidelight activity to whatever else we do.

    Spanish-English dictionary > actividad secundaria

  • 19 bien vestido

    adj.
    well-dressed, dressy, done-up, neatly dressed.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-dressed, dapper
    Ex. On a happier note, I was chewing the cud in a taxi cab on the way to work this morning when suddently a well-dressed old man wiggled his hand at me.
    Ex. He was looking very dapper in a pinstripe suit and tie, for some reason not sweaty and gross like everyone else.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-dressed, dapper

    Ex: On a happier note, I was chewing the cud in a taxi cab on the way to work this morning when suddently a well-dressed old man wiggled his hand at me.

    Ex: He was looking very dapper in a pinstripe suit and tie, for some reason not sweaty and gross like everyone else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien vestido

  • 20 cargar el mochuelo

    (v.) = pass + the bucket
    Ex. With ownership also comes responsibility -- when you find bugs, you fix them, instead of passing the bucket to someone else.
    * * *
    (v.) = pass + the bucket

    Ex: With ownership also comes responsibility -- when you find bugs, you fix them, instead of passing the bucket to someone else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cargar el mochuelo

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