Abordo in english

a bordo = aboard ; on board ship. 

Example: 'All aboard the orientation express' is a programme to introduce children to the services provided by the library and teach them to use the microfiche catalogue.Example: Life on board ship is not easy for anyone, least of all for a small child, who is deprived of nursery and toys at one fell swoop.

abordar = hop on ; waylay ; address ; meet ; collar. 

Example: The article 'Hop on the Internet, it's time' provides a general discussion of the advantages to be gained by using the Internet.Example: Librarians must not allow themselves to be thus waylaid in their commitment to their clients and must act with vision, flair, style, and passion.Example: The inclusion of vendors and publishers allows everyone to address sticky business relationships head-on.Example: There may be a threat of over-capacity; if so, this could be met by diversification, an enlargement of the SLIS role.Example: I collared her and asked her if she was preg and she said yes, 9 weeks.

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» abordar las verdaderas causas deaddress + the root causes of .

Example: Governments have been indecisive and playing for time -- kicking the can down the road, rather than addressing the root causes of the crisis.

» abordar una mínima parte del asuntotouch + the tip of the iceberg .

Example: From the professional point of view a MLS degree is a requirement; but these two statements only touch the tip of the iceberg.

» abordar un peligroaddress + a danger .

Example: We need more novels like this one that address the danger of blindly accepting societal values about who we are.

» abordar un problemaaddress + a problemaddress + a danger .

Example: They maintain, in an article written for Library Resources and Technical Services (LRTS) 'that automated cataloging systems have addressed only half of the problems of maintaining a library catalog'.

Example: We need more novels like this one that address the danger of blindly accepting societal values about who we are.

» abordar un riesgoaddress + a danger .

Example: We need more novels like this one that address the danger of blindly accepting societal values about who we are.

» no abordargo + unaddressed .

Example: When poor performance is allowed to go unaddressed for long periods of time it can become a major problem and very difficult to manage.

» que ha sido abordado con preguntasaccost .

Example: In a flash, without a moment wasted on intelligent astonishment, the poor accosted earthling gives a detailed description of the instrument he apparently assumes without further investigation the stranded space man needs.

» sin abordarunaddressed .

Example: However, limitations and challenges to developing recommendations continue to exist when there are unaddressed scientific questions, continuous new information, as well as differences in expert opinion.

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» de abordoin-flight .

Example: Starting on Oct. 2nd, 2006, the in-flight Internet service will be free of charge.

» diario de abordologbook [log book] .

Example: The library is now the greatest treasure house of whaling fact and lore in the world with its collection of logbooks, maps, photographs, manuscripts and whaling gear = Ahora la biblioteca ahora es la mayor fuente inagotable del mundo de datos y tradiciones sobre la caza de ballenas con su colección de diarios de navegación, mapas, fotografías, manuscritos y herramientas para la caza de ballenas.

» segundo de abordosecond in commandsecond banana .

Example: The disadvantages may be minimized if a well qualified second in command is appointed.

Example: I don't mean to oversimplify life, but on some days it seems to me that society divides into two categories: the top bananas and the second bananas.
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