Translation: from spanish

to this extent

  • 1 de forma significativa

    = to any significant extent, to a significant extent
    Ex. This chapter does not consider the principles underlying AACR, nor does it review the structure of the code to any significant extent.
    Ex. The legibility of characters, the characteristics of the viewing screen, the annotation and indexing of the contents and the degree of user control over these all seem to affect the acceptability of microforms to a significant extent.
    * * *
    = to any significant extent, to a significant extent

    Ex: This chapter does not consider the principles underlying AACR, nor does it review the structure of the code to any significant extent.

    Ex: The legibility of characters, the characteristics of the viewing screen, the annotation and indexing of the contents and the degree of user control over these all seem to affect the acceptability of microforms to a significant extent.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de forma significativa

  • 2 de manera significativa

    = to any significant extent, to a significant extent
    Ex. This chapter does not consider the principles underlying AACR, nor does it review the structure of the code to any significant extent.
    Ex. The legibility of characters, the characteristics of the viewing screen, the annotation and indexing of the contents and the degree of user control over these all seem to affect the acceptability of microforms to a significant extent.
    * * *
    = to any significant extent, to a significant extent

    Ex: This chapter does not consider the principles underlying AACR, nor does it review the structure of the code to any significant extent.

    Ex: The legibility of characters, the characteristics of the viewing screen, the annotation and indexing of the contents and the degree of user control over these all seem to affect the acceptability of microforms to a significant extent.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de manera significativa

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