Abocado in english
» abocado a = fated to ; set on ; destined to ; destined for .Example: Macintosh seems fated to play a minor supporting role both in business and libraries. Example: ALA membership seems set on self-destruction if its demand for total involvement and 100% democracy continues. Example: The result was that by the close of the 1940s, when ADI was revived, new interests were developing which were destined to overthrow the preeminence of microfilm as a documentation concern. Example: China's oil industry, like the economy as a whole, is destined for big changes.
» abocado al fracaso = failing ; doomed ; destined to + failure .Example: Rejuvenation of listless, stagnant, or failing library operations is possible through renewal methods dependent on strengthening the communication function. Example: Unlike in 1990 when the genre seemed doomed, it has become an increasingly robust and acceptable segment of American publishing. Example: The more we saw of the place the more I felt that it was destined to failure.
» abocado al fracaso desde el comienzo = doomed from + the beginning ; doomed from + the outset ; doomed from + the start .Example: Previous attemps to implement IT have been doomed from the beginning because one crucial component has been mismanaged: people. Example: The bureaucratic infrastructure of libraries may well ensure that work with teenagers is doomed from the outset. Example: The implementation of the Public Information Center (PIC) concept was agreed by the library administration in 1970 but seemed doomed from the start.
» abocado al fracaso desde el principio = doomed from + the start ; doomed from + the outset ; doomed to + failure from its inception ; doomed to + failure ; doomed from + the beginning .Example: The implementation of the Public Information Center (PIC) concept was agreed by the library administration in 1970 but seemed doomed from the start. Example: The bureaucratic infrastructure of libraries may well ensure that work with teenagers is doomed from the outset. Example: The first stratagem has been doomed to failure from its inception. Example: Cooperation is doomed to failure unless the importance of information for solving social and economic problems is realised = La cooperación está abocada al fracaso desde el principio a menos que se tenga en cuenta la importancia de la información para solucionar problemas sociales y económicos. Example: Previous attemps to implement IT have been doomed from the beginning because one crucial component has been mismanaged: people.
» abocado al olvido = doomed to + oblivion ; destined to + oblivion .Example: Up until then the conventional wisdom had it that the Liberal Democrats were doomed to oblivion based on their poll ratings. Example: Men who yesterday seemed destined to oblivion have, today, acquired immortality.
» abocado a + Verbo = doomed to + Verbo .Example: 'Punch' satirised the opponents more cruelly: 'Here is an institution doomed to scare the furious devotees of laissez faire'.
» estar abocado = be poised [Normalmente usado para referirse a una situación incierta, difícil o complicada] .Example: We are all aware of the nature of the threshold on which the catalog -- that often maligned instrument that spells the difference between the library as a chaotic warehouse of recorded artifacts and a coherent collection of information organized for efficient access -- is poised.
» estar abocado a = be poised to ; have + (all) the makings of ; head in + the direction (of/to) .Example: The compact disc, which has already revolutionised domestic audio entertainment, is poised to exert quite as big an influence on the world of the business user. Example: Add to that the fact that I've been feeling shitty for days and you have the makings of major drama. Example: 10 years ago, I was heading in the direction to have a career sitting behind a desk, crunching numbers and hating my career.
» estar abocado a ser = be doomed .Example: We are on the way to a transformed library service, total in design (and anything less than totality is doomed as a has-been today).