Translation: from spanish

upon

  • 1 Algo desacertado

    (n.) = infelicity
    Ex. He took it upon himself to correct what he appears to have considered typographical mistakes and even infelicities in the text = Asumió la responsabilidad de corregir lo que parece que había considerado que eran errores tipográficos e incluso cosas desacertadas que contenía el texto.
    * * *
    (n.) = infelicity

    Ex: He took it upon himself to correct what he appears to have considered typographical mistakes and even infelicities in the text = Asumió la responsabilidad de corregir lo que parece que había considerado que eran errores tipográficos e incluso cosas desacertadas que contenía el texto.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Algo desacertado

  • 2 Algo desafortunado

    (n.) = infelicity
    Ex. He took it upon himself to correct what he appears to have considered typographical mistakes and even infelicities in the text = Asumió la responsabilidad de corregir lo que parece que había considerado que eran errores tipográficos e incluso cosas desacertadas que contenía el texto.
    * * *
    (n.) = infelicity

    Ex: He took it upon himself to correct what he appears to have considered typographical mistakes and even infelicities in the text = Asumió la responsabilidad de corregir lo que parece que había considerado que eran errores tipográficos e incluso cosas desacertadas que contenía el texto.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Algo desafortunado

  • 3 Algo que es prescindible

    (adj.) = inessential
    Ex. We have not been alone, of course, in our concentration on inessentials; and ours is not the only profession that is being encroached upon by alternative professionals.
    * * *
    (adj.) = inessential

    Ex: We have not been alone, of course, in our concentration on inessentials; and ours is not the only profession that is being encroached upon by alternative professionals.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Algo que es prescindible

  • 4 Construcción Pasiva de un Verbo

    = get + Participio
    Ex. The reason such a question gets asked so often is because there's no agreed upon answer that neatly sums up the Internet.
    * * *
    = get + Participio

    Ex: The reason such a question gets asked so often is because there's no agreed upon answer that neatly sums up the Internet.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Construcción Pasiva de un Verbo

  • 5 EUBYD (escuela universitaria de biblioteconomía y documentación)

    Ex. As a follow-up to a study carried out in 1984 of the constraints upon curriculum developments in Schools of Librarianship and Information Science (SLIS), a survey of other types of information education was commissioned.

    Spanish-English dictionary > EUBYD (escuela universitaria de biblioteconomía y documentación)

  • 6 Ginebra2

    = Geneva.
    Ex. The headquarters of international organizations are widely distributed throughout the world with concentrations upon such cities as Geneva, New York, London, the Hague and Paris.
    ----
    * Convención de Ginebra, la = Geneva Convention, the.
    * Tratado de Ginebra, el = Geneva Convention, the.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Ginebra2

  • 7 Haya, La

    = Hague, the, beech.
    Ex. The headquarters of international organizations are widely distributed throughout the world with concentrations upon such cities as Geneva, New York, London, the Hague and Paris.
    Ex. Both woods have abundant beech and alder and extensive coppice woodland with abundant hazel.
    ----
    * la Convención de la Haya de 1954 = the 1954 Hague Convention.
    * * *
    = Hague, the, beech.

    Ex: The headquarters of international organizations are widely distributed throughout the world with concentrations upon such cities as Geneva, New York, London, the Hague and Paris.

    Ex: Both woods have abundant beech and alder and extensive coppice woodland with abundant hazel.
    * la Convención de la Haya de 1954 = the 1954 Hague Convention.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Haya, La

  • 8 MARC nigeriano

    (n.) = Niger MARC
    Ex. The author outlines the Nigerian situation and discusses a plan to establish a bibliographic data base known as Niger MARC based upon UK MARC, Library of Congress MARC and local MARC materials.
    * * *
    (n.) = Niger MARC

    Ex: The author outlines the Nigerian situation and discusses a plan to establish a bibliographic data base known as Niger MARC based upon UK MARC, Library of Congress MARC and local MARC materials.

    Spanish-English dictionary > MARC nigeriano

  • 9 Ministerio de Hacienda Americano

    Ex. Over the years the US Inland Revenue Service (IRS) has relied increasingly upon public libraries as principal centres for distributing federal income tax forms.
    * * *

    Ex: Over the years the US Inland Revenue Service (IRS) has relied increasingly upon public libraries as principal centres for distributing federal income tax forms.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Ministerio de Hacienda Americano

  • 10 NTI (Nueva Tecnología de la Información)

    Ex. This study examines the present and likely future impact of NIT (New Information Technology) developments upon the less-favoured regions of the Community.

    Spanish-English dictionary > NTI (Nueva Tecnología de la Información)

  • 11 Posesivo + media naranja

    = Posesivo + significant other, Posesivo + better half, Posesivo + other half
    Ex. Reference group theory is based upon the principle that people take the standards of significant others as a basis for making self-appraisals, comparisons, and choices regarding need and use of information.
    Ex. The answer to this relates directly to the second major factor contributing to unhappiness between a manager and his better half, i.e., a sense of professional jealousy between marital partners.
    Ex. Breaking wind often is typically the result of your diet and lifestyle -- it won't kill you, though your other half might if you keep trumpeting in bed.
    * * *
    = Posesivo + significant other, Posesivo + better half, Posesivo + other half

    Ex: Reference group theory is based upon the principle that people take the standards of significant others as a basis for making self-appraisals, comparisons, and choices regarding need and use of information.

    Ex: The answer to this relates directly to the second major factor contributing to unhappiness between a manager and his better half, i.e., a sense of professional jealousy between marital partners.
    Ex: Breaking wind often is typically the result of your diet and lifestyle -- it won't kill you, though your other half might if you keep trumpeting in bed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Posesivo + media naranja

  • 12 Primera Enmienda, la

    = First Amendment, the
    Ex. Publicly supported library service in the USA is based upon the First Amendment right of free expression.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Primera Enmienda, la

  • 13 RCAA (Reglas de Catalogación Anglo-Americanas)

    Ex. AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.

    Spanish-English dictionary > RCAA (Reglas de Catalogación Anglo-Americanas)

  • 14 Reglas de Catalogación Anglo-Americanas (RCAA)

    Ex. AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Reglas de Catalogación Anglo-Americanas (RCAA)

  • 15 San + Nombre

    = St. [Saint] + Nombre, Saint [St.] + Nombre
    Ex. Upon completion of his Peace Corps commitment he served as Chief of the Catalog Department at the Washington University Library in St. Louis, Missouri.
    Ex. She waited like Saint Sebastian for the arrows to begin piercing her.
    * * *
    = St. [Saint] + Nombre, Saint [St.] + Nombre

    Ex: Upon completion of his Peace Corps commitment he served as Chief of the Catalog Department at the Washington University Library in St. Louis, Missouri.

    Ex: She waited like Saint Sebastian for the arrows to begin piercing her.

    Spanish-English dictionary > San + Nombre

  • 16 Segunda Guerra Mundial

    (n.) = 2nd World War, World War II [Second World War], Second World War [World War II]
    Ex. This article considers the maturing and professionalisation of Slavic librarianship in the USA since the 2nd World War.
    Ex. War, for example, is divided into Militaria, War, World War I, World War II, Vehicles and Equipment.
    Ex. From the beginnings of the UNESCO activity after the Second World War the emphasis ever since in universal bibliographic control has been upon collective endeavours.
    * * *
    (n.) = 2nd World War, World War II [Second World War], Second World War [World War II]

    Ex: This article considers the maturing and professionalisation of Slavic librarianship in the USA since the 2nd World War.

    Ex: War, for example, is divided into Militaria, War, World War I, World War II, Vehicles and Equipment.
    Ex: From the beginnings of the UNESCO activity after the Second World War the emphasis ever since in universal bibliographic control has been upon collective endeavours.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Segunda Guerra Mundial

  • 17 a caballo

    adv.
    on horseback, horseback, astride.
    * * *
    on horseback
    * * *
    = on horseback, astride
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Looking at flowers on horseback: a glimpse of the National Library of China'.
    Ex. No person shall ride upon a motorcycle as a passenger unless, when sitting astride the seat, the person can reach the footrests with both feet.
    * * *
    = on horseback, astride

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Looking at flowers on horseback: a glimpse of the National Library of China'.

    Ex: No person shall ride upon a motorcycle as a passenger unless, when sitting astride the seat, the person can reach the footrests with both feet.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a caballo

  • 18 a cambio

    adv.
    in return, in exchange, in lieu.
    * * *
    in return, in exchange
    * * *
    Ex. In return, the young librarian took it upon himself to design an entire section of the second floor to be the domain of young adult.
    * * *

    Ex: In return, the young librarian took it upon himself to design an entire section of the second floor to be the domain of young adult.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a cambio

  • 19 a espaldas de

    Ex. Many of the ways in which World Wide Web search engines operate are dependent upon the hidden processes that take place out of sight of the searcher.
    * * *

    Ex: Many of the ways in which World Wide Web search engines operate are dependent upon the hidden processes that take place out of sight of the searcher.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a espaldas de

  • 20 a horcajadas

    adv.
    astraddle, astride, straddling.
    * * *
    astride
    * * *
    Ex. No person shall ride upon a motorcycle as a passenger unless, when sitting astride the seat, the person can reach the footrests with both feet.
    * * *

    Ex: No person shall ride upon a motorcycle as a passenger unless, when sitting astride the seat, the person can reach the footrests with both feet.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a horcajadas

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  • upon — /euh pon , euh pawn /, prep. 1. up and on; upward so as to get or be on: He climbed upon his horse and rode off. 2. in an elevated position on: There is a television antenna upon every house in the neighborhood. 3. in or into complete or… …   Universalium

  • upon — (as used in expressions) Kingston upon Hull Newcastle (upon Tyne), William Cavendish, 1 duque de Newcastle upon Tyne Stratford upon Avon …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • upon — 1. preposition /əˈpɒn/ a) Being above and in contact with another. Place the book upon the table. b) Being directly supported by another. The crew set sail upon the sea. Syn: on 2 …   Wiktionary

  • upon't — adverb Upon it …   Wiktionary

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  • upon — I. preposition Date: 12th century on II. adverb Date: 13th century 1. obsolete on the surface ; on it 2. obsolete thereafter, thereon …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Upon — …   Wikipedia

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  • upon — see uppan …   Old to modern English dictionary

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