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resultados para "definicion" :

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definición
definition
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por definición
by definition
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palabra de traducción para " definición "
  • La acción y efecto de especificar, decidir, clarificar, definir.
  • Proposición formal que establece el significado de una palabra o una expresión.
  • La condición de estar bien delimitado, especificado, definido.
  • nitidez de una imagen formada por un sistema óptico.

palabra de traducción para " por definición "
  • Indica el complemento agente en la voz pasiva.
  • Indica el lugar donde ocurre el movimiento, por donde se pasa.
  • Indica una parte o lugar concretos.
  • Indica lugar o fecha aproximada.
  • Indica un lapso de tiempo en el curso del cual se produce la acción.
  • Indica el motivo o causa.
  • Indica la razón o finalidad.
  • Indica la persona o cosa favorecida por la acción.
  • Indica en qué condición o calidad tiene lugar la acción.
  • Indica un motivo del que se puede concluir algo.
  • Indica el procedimiento para hacer o conseguir algo.
  • Indica la forma de proceder en la acción.
  • Indica un precio o valor económico.
  • Indica que algo o alguien es reemplazado en su función.
  • Indica que a alguien se le considera o valora como algo.
  • Indica una cantidad que se reparte en partes iguales.
  • Indica multiplicación entre dos números.
  • Indica proporción entre cantidades.
  • Indica compensación.
  • Se usa en comparaciones.
  • Indica algo que se relaciona con lo mencionado.
  • Con verbos de movimiento significa ir a buscar.
  • En medio de un mismo sustantivo repetido, o en medio de la palabra "uno" repetida, indica una acción prolija o que se repite metódicamente.
  • Delante de un pronombre o un nombre, indica aceptación por parte de este.
  • En tono interrogativo, indaga por el motivo.
  • Indica carencia, ausencia o falta.
  • Con algunos verbos en infinitivo, indica el motivo.
  • Delante de algunos verbos en infinitivo, indica que la acción aun no se ejecuta.
  • En medio de un verbo en infinitivo y repetido, indica inutilidad, futilidad de la acción.
  • Detrás de un verbo conjugado y delante de su infinitivo, indica inutilidad, futilidad de la acción.
  • Precedido de 'no' y seguida de 'que', o seguido de un adjetivo, o seguido de un adverbio, indica un valor concesivo.
  • Indica que se pasa de lado a lado a través de algo.

Beispiele für " definition "
  • George Orwell's novel 1984 proposed that people's thoughts could be constrained by the 'redefinition' and reduction of their language.
  • Her comic genius is beyond 'definition'.
  • The 'definition' of a telescope.
  • Improve the 'definition' of an image.
  • A jacket with distinct waist 'definition'.
  • The mailbox is 'by' the bus stop.
  • Be back 'by' ten o'clock!
  • We will send it 'by' the first week of July.
  • The matter was decided 'by' the chairman.
  • The boat was swamped 'by' the water.
  • He was protected 'by' his body armour.
  • There are many well-known plays 'by' William Shakespeare
  • I avoided the guards 'by' moving only when they weren't looking.
  • I sorted the items 'by' category.
  • Our stock is up 'by' ten percent.
  • We went through the book page 'by' page.
  • We crawled forward 'by' inches.
  • He cheated 'by' his own admission.
  • 'By' Jove! I think she's got it!
  • 'By' all that is holy, I'll put an end to this.
  • It is easy to invert a 2-'by'-2 matrix.
  • The room was about 4 foot 'by' 6 foot.
  • The bricks used to build the wall measured 10 'by' 20 'by' 30 cm.
  • I watched as it passed 'by'.
  • There was a shepherd close 'by'.
  • The shop is hard 'by' the High Street.
  • I'll stop 'by' on my way home from work.
  • We're right near the lifeguard station. Come 'by' before you leave.
  • The women spent much time after harvest putting jams 'by' for winter and spring.
  • On 'by' tam nie poszedł. = On nie poszedł'by' tam. — He would not go there.
  • A 'block' of ice.
  • A 'block' of stone.
  • Anne Boleyn placed her head on the 'block' and awaited her execution.
  • I'm going for a walk around the 'block'.
  • A 'block' of flats.
  • The place you are looking for is two long 'blocks' east and one short 'block' north.
  • I'll knock your 'block' off.
  • A 'block' of 100 tickets.
  • There's a 'block' in the pipe that means the water can't get through.
  • The pipe is 'blocked'.
  • You're 'blocking' the road – I can't get through.
  • His plan to take over the business was 'blocked' by the boss.
  • He 'blocked' the basketball player's shot.
  • The offensive linemen tried to 'block' the blitz.
  • It was very difficult to 'block' this scene convincingly.
  • I tried to send you a message, but you've 'blocked' me!
  • When the condition expression is false, the thread 'blocks' on the condition variable.
  • I 'blocked' the mittens by wetting them and pinning them to a shaped piece of cardboard.
  • This flavour of soup has been assigned the 'code' WRT-9.
  • "The collection of laws made by the order of Justinian is sometimes called, by way of eminence, "The Code"." -Wharton
  • Object-oriented C++ 'code' is easier to understand for a human than C 'code'.
  • I wrote some 'code' to reformat text documents.
  • We should 'code' the messages we sent out on usenet.
  • That question is out with the 'competence' of this court and must be taken to a higher court.
  • I was given a 'command' to cease shooting.
  • to have 'command' of an army
  • he had 'command' of the situation
  • England has long held 'command' of the sea
  • a good 'command' of language
  • General Smith was placed in 'command'.
  • 'Command' cannot be otherwise than savage, for it implies an appeal to force, should force be needful. (H. Spencer, Social Statics, p. 180)
  • He's got good 'command' tonight.
  • The soldier was 'commanded' to cease firing.
  • The king 'commanded' his servant to bring him dinner.
  • to 'command' an army or a ship
  • he 'commanded' silence
  • If thou be the son of God, 'command' that these stones be made bread. (Mat. IV. 3.)
  • Bridges 'commanded' by a fortified house. (Motley.)
  • A good magistrate 'commands' the respect and affections of the people.
  • Justice 'commands' the respect and affections of the people.
  • The best goods 'command' the best price.
  • This job 'commands' a salary of £30,000.
  • The fort 'commanded' the bay.
  • Her comic genius is beyond 'definition'.
  • The 'definition' of a telescope.
  • Improve the 'definition' of an image.
  • A jacket with distinct waist 'definition'.
  • We joined the 'audience' just as the lights went down.
  • She managed to get an 'audience' with the lang=en
  • "Private Eye" has a small but faithful lang=en
  • The opera singer expanded his 'audience' by singing songs from the lang=en
  • The pre-processor expands any embedded 'macro's into source code before it is compiled.
  • 'By' t=In the olden lang=fy
  • 'By' the power vested in me, I now pronounce you man and wife.
  • This flavour of soup has been assigned the 'code' WRT-9.
  • Object-oriented C++ 'code' is easier to understand for a human than C 'code'.
  • I wrote some 'code' to reformat text documents.
  • I learned to 'code' on an early home computer in the 1980s.
Beispiele für " by definition "
  • The mailbox is 'by' the bus stop.
  • Be back 'by' ten o'clock!
  • We will send it 'by' the first week of July.
  • The matter was decided 'by' the chairman.
  • The boat was swamped 'by' the water.
  • He was protected 'by' his body armour.
  • There are many well-known plays 'by' William Shakespeare
  • I avoided the guards 'by' moving only when they weren't looking.
  • I sorted the items 'by' category.
  • Our stock is up 'by' ten percent.
  • We went through the book page 'by' page.
  • We crawled forward 'by' inches.
  • He cheated 'by' his own admission.
  • 'By' Jove! I think she's got it!
  • 'By' all that is holy, I'll put an end to this.
  • It is easy to invert a 2-'by'-2 matrix.
  • The room was about 4 foot 'by' 6 foot.
  • The bricks used to build the wall measured 10 'by' 20 'by' 30 cm.
  • I watched as it passed 'by'.
  • There was a shepherd close 'by'.
  • The shop is hard 'by' the High Street.
  • I'll stop 'by' on my way home from work.
  • We're right near the lifeguard station. Come 'by' before you leave.
  • The women spent much time after harvest putting jams 'by' for winter and spring.
  • On 'by' tam nie poszedł. = On nie poszedł'by' tam. — He would not go there.
  • 'By' t=In the olden lang=fy
  • 'By' the power vested in me, I now pronounce you man and wife.