Translation: from spanish

well-to-do

  • 1 bien anunciado

    = well-advertised, well-announced
    Ex. Applications from newly graduated librarians continue to stream in for most well-advertised jobs in public and academic libraries.
    Ex. Apart from the fact that the lecturer was at fault for not attending to the well-announced changes in program, the incident did make one wonder about the way teachers are trained.
    * * *
    = well-advertised, well-announced

    Ex: Applications from newly graduated librarians continue to stream in for most well-advertised jobs in public and academic libraries.

    Ex: Apart from the fact that the lecturer was at fault for not attending to the well-announced changes in program, the incident did make one wonder about the way teachers are trained.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien anunciado

  • 2 bien seleccionado

    = well-chosen, well-selected
    Ex. Without a well-chosen collection of library materials, patrons will be frustrated in their searches for desired books and/or information.
    Ex. He showed that adding as few as 20 well-selected terms could result in perfomance impovements of over 100%.
    * * *
    = well-chosen, well-selected

    Ex: Without a well-chosen collection of library materials, patrons will be frustrated in their searches for desired books and/or information.

    Ex: He showed that adding as few as 20 well-selected terms could result in perfomance impovements of over 100%.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien seleccionado

  • 3 de todos conocido

    = well-known, well-known
    Ex. This may be relatively easy for well-known authors, but can be difficult for more obscure authors.
    Ex. This may be relatively easy for well-known authors, but can be difficult for more obscure authors.
    * * *
    = well-known, well-known

    Ex: This may be relatively easy for well-known authors, but can be difficult for more obscure authors.

    Ex: This may be relatively easy for well-known authors, but can be difficult for more obscure authors.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de todos conocido

  • 4 bien remunerado

    Ex. A very successful novelist, such as Graham Greene, would clearly fall into this category and would be an honoured writer as well as a well-paid one.
    * * *

    Ex: A very successful novelist, such as Graham Greene, would clearly fall into this category and would be an honoured writer as well as a well-paid one.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien remunerado

  • 5 experto en

    Ex. He spent most of his career in the reference department from which he emerged well educated in local history and literature and well versed in the repair of the vacuum cleaner and window blinds.
    * * *

    Ex: He spent most of his career in the reference department from which he emerged well educated in local history and literature and well versed in the repair of the vacuum cleaner and window blinds.

    Spanish-English dictionary > experto en

  • 6 muy anunciado

    = well-publicised [well-publicized, -USA]
    Ex. Another, well-publicized, application of computers in health care is computer tomography -- the visualization of internal structures in the human body from data provided by an array of x-ray detectors.
    * * *
    = well-publicised [well-publicized, -USA]

    Ex: Another, well-publicized, application of computers in health care is computer tomography -- the visualization of internal structures in the human body from data provided by an array of x-ray detectors.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muy anunciado

  • 7 muy divulgado

    = well-publicised [well-publicized, -USA]
    Ex. Another, well-publicized, application of computers in health care is computer tomography -- the visualization of internal structures in the human body from data provided by an array of x-ray detectors.
    * * *
    = well-publicised [well-publicized, -USA]

    Ex: Another, well-publicized, application of computers in health care is computer tomography -- the visualization of internal structures in the human body from data provided by an array of x-ray detectors.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muy divulgado

  • 8 bien estructurado

    • well confirmed
    • well constructed model
    • well judged
    • well-fed
    • well-formed formula
    • well-known

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > bien estructurado

  • 9 bien manejado

    • well said
    • well-groomed
    • well-heeled
    • well-looking
    • well-mannered
    • well-rooted

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > bien manejado

  • 10 apropiado para

    = well suited to/for
    Ex. Lithography found favour with Moslems, being well suited to reproducing calligraphy and particularly the text of the Koran.
    * * *
    = well suited to/for

    Ex: Lithography found favour with Moslems, being well suited to reproducing calligraphy and particularly the text of the Koran.

    Spanish-English dictionary > apropiado para

  • 11 bastante desarrollado

    Ex. Even countries which have well-developed economic infrastructures may in some respects experience poverty of information, particularly in rural areas.
    * * *

    Ex: Even countries which have well-developed economic infrastructures may in some respects experience poverty of information, particularly in rural areas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bastante desarrollado

  • 12 bastante lejos de

    Ex. Concepts which are only remotely related to the central concept will be positioned well away from the central circle.
    * * *

    Ex: Concepts which are only remotely related to the central concept will be positioned well away from the central circle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bastante lejos de

  • 13 bien andado

    Ex. Like Theseus in the Labyrinth we need to be able to follow well trodden pathways through hypermedia materials and re-track our journey along an imaginary thread when we get lost.
    * * *

    Ex: Like Theseus in the Labyrinth we need to be able to follow well trodden pathways through hypermedia materials and re-track our journey along an imaginary thread when we get lost.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien andado

  • 14 bien arado

    Ex. The well-tilled organizational ground has the capacity to provide nourishment and support for a variety of personnel functions.
    * * *

    Ex: The well-tilled organizational ground has the capacity to provide nourishment and support for a variety of personnel functions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien arado

  • 15 bien argumentado

    Ex. A well-considered ideology cognizant of the nature of the materials cataloged is prerequisite and fundamental to the design of any viable cataloging system, and particularly one that is to command universal acceptance.
    * * *

    Ex: A well-considered ideology cognizant of the nature of the materials cataloged is prerequisite and fundamental to the design of any viable cataloging system, and particularly one that is to command universal acceptance.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien argumentado

  • 16 bien conseguido

    Ex. The pages are in full color, with text and images well-rendered.
    * * *

    Ex: The pages are in full color, with text and images well-rendered.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien conseguido

  • 17 bien diferenciado

    Ex. In the evaluation of the quality and content of maps another factor that must be considered is whether the colouring is varied and well differentiated.
    * * *

    Ex: In the evaluation of the quality and content of maps another factor that must be considered is whether the colouring is varied and well differentiated.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien diferenciado

  • 18 bien llevado

    Ex. Some of these functions are not normally performed by librarians, although they are all required in a well-run online library system.
    * * *

    Ex: Some of these functions are not normally performed by librarians, although they are all required in a well-run online library system.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien llevado

  • 19 con bastante antelación

    = well in advance, far in advance
    Ex. We try to persuade all speakers to let us have the text of their papers well in advance.
    Ex. As an ashamed American, I think the responsibility rests on our government, which made sure certain military and state institutions were guarded in Iraq, while completely ignoring all pleas, submitted far in advance, from historians in the US to guard eternal treasures.
    * * *
    = well in advance, far in advance

    Ex: We try to persuade all speakers to let us have the text of their papers well in advance.

    Ex: As an ashamed American, I think the responsibility rests on our government, which made sure certain military and state institutions were guarded in Iraq, while completely ignoring all pleas, submitted far in advance, from historians in the US to guard eternal treasures.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con bastante antelación

  • 20 con fundamentos sólidos

    Ex. A well-considered ideology cognizant of the nature of the materials cataloged is prerequisite and fundamental to the design of any viable cataloging system, and particularly one that is to command universal acceptance.
    * * *

    Ex: A well-considered ideology cognizant of the nature of the materials cataloged is prerequisite and fundamental to the design of any viable cataloging system, and particularly one that is to command universal acceptance.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con fundamentos sólidos

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Well — Well, adv. [Compar. and superl. wanting, the deficiency being supplied by better and best, from another root.] [OE. wel, AS. wel; akin to OS., OFries., & D. wel, G. wohl, OHG. wola, wela, Icel. & Dan. vel, Sw. v[ a]l, Goth. wa[ i]la; originally… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Well to do — Well Well, adv. [Compar. and superl. wanting, the deficiency being supplied by better and best, from another root.] [OE. wel, AS. wel; akin to OS., OFries., & D. wel, G. wohl, OHG. wola, wela, Icel. & Dan. vel, Sw. v[ a]l, Goth. wa[ i]la;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • well — well1 [wel] n. [ME welle < OE wella, akin to weallan, to boil up, akin to Ger welle, wave, wallen, to boil < IE base * wel , to turn, roll > WALK, L volvere, to roll] 1. a flow of water from the earth; natural spring and pool 2. a hole… …   English World dictionary

  • Well — Well, n. [OE. welle, AS. wella, wylla, from weallan to well up, surge, boil; akin to D. wel a spring or fountain. ????. See {Well}, v. i.] [1913 Webster] 1. An issue of water from the earth; a spring; a fountain. [1913 Webster] Begin, then,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Well — is an English adverb with irregular comparison. Well may also refer to:* Water well, an artificial excavation or structure for the purpose of withdrawing water * Oil well, a hole drilled through the Earth s surface for the purpose of extracting… …   Wikipedia

  • well — Ⅰ. well [1] ► ADVERB (better, best) 1) in a good or satisfactory way. 2) in a condition of prosperity or comfort. 3) in a favourable or approving manner. 4) in a thorough manner. 5) …   English terms dictionary

  • Well — Well, a. [1913 Webster] 1. Good in condition or circumstances; desirable, either in a natural or moral sense; fortunate; convenient; advantageous; happy; as, it is well for the country that the crops did not fail; it is well that the mistake was… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Well — bezeichnet eine Vertiefung in einer Mikrotiterplatte Well ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Günther van Well (1922–1993), deutscher Diplomat und Staatssekretär Roman Well (eigentlich Ruvelis Leiba Sobolevicius, später Robert Soblen;… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • well — well, well There is much uncertainty about whether forms such as well( )made and well( )received should contain a hyphen or be spelt as two words. The normal rule is that the combination is hyphened when it occurs in attributive position (i.e.… …   Modern English usage

  • well- — well, well There is much uncertainty about whether forms such as well( )made and well( )received should contain a hyphen or be spelt as two words. The normal rule is that the combination is hyphened when it occurs in attributive position (i.e.… …   Modern English usage

  • well — [wel] noun [countable] another name for an oil well * * * well UK US /wel/ noun [C] ► NATURAL RESOURCES a deep hole in the ground from which you can get water: »These two tributaries of the Yellowstone River supply water for farms and wells in… …   Financial and business terms


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