Absoluto in english

absoluto = absolute ; unrelieved ; overriding ; sublime ; out-and-out ; hard and fast ; ironclad [iron-clad] ; unmitigaged. 

Example: It's already difficult to find a lot of these things as it is, but it would be absolute irresponsibility to go to a title-main entry.Example: Although the slave narratives were usually intended to serve in the cause of abolition, not all of them were bitter, unrelieved tirades against the institution of slavery, but rather there were frequently moments of relieving laughter.Example: Consequently, the overriding demand made by the academic community is bibliographical in nature.Example: When she said 'That's no way to speak about a patron, Mike,' he turned on her a look of sublime unconcern.Example: Such an appraoch is unlikely to improve the social sciences unless valid informaton can first be distinguished from out-and-out incorrect information.Example: There is no hard and fast answer to this question.Example: A review of the research shows that there are no clear and ironclad answers.Example: Only Bush could take a horrible situation and create an unmitigated disaster.

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» asumir la responsabilidad absolutatake + sole responsibility .

Example: Like most ducks, female teals take sole responsibility for rearing the ducklings.

» certeza absolutaabsolute certainty .

Example: Fallibilism is the philosophical doctrine that absolute certainty about knowledge is impossible, or at least that all claims to knowledge could, in principle, be mistaken.

» correspondencia absolutaperfect match .

Example: The article is entitled 'The perfect match - parasite & host: made for each other'.

» desesperación (más) absoluta, laabject despair .

Example: A season that finished in abject despair has spawned a season of great hopefulness.

» en absolutoat allin the slightestwhatsoever [En frase con sentido negativo]not at allin any shape or formin the leastnot in the least + Nombre Negativonever for a minutethe least bit .

Example: Despite this overlap, the other side of the picture is that some materials are covered inadequately or even not at all.

Example: Without wishing in the slightest to discourage you, I would suggest that an academic orientation of this kind is questionable.

Example: I have had no experience whatsoever with academic collections = No he tenido experiencia de ningún tipo con las colecciones académicas.

Example: There's a big difference between returning a book late and not at all.

Example: Many librarians were literally incredulous that weeding could be considered, in any shape or form, as a timesaver; others begged to differ.

Example: I must say that their results did not surprise me in the least.

Example: There was nothing malevolent in her response or in her look; she simply stated it as if it was the most natural thing in the world, not in the least abnormal.

Example: But even her detractors admired her sincerity on the subject and never for a minute doubted her good intentions.

Example: He was walking jauntily, his legs just the least bit unsteady, and he began to whistle.

» éxito absolutoaward-winning success .

Example: I would like to give a huge THANX to all of the wonderful people who contributed to our site, and helped make it an incredible, international, award-winning success.

» fracaso (más) absoluto, elabject failure .

Example: Yet one of the Pope's key initiatives stands out for its abject failure: his push for a peaceful resolution to Syria's civil war.

» mayoría absolutaabsolute majorityoverall majority .

Example: The decisions of the General Assemblies shall be taken by an absolute majority apart from the exceptions provided for in these Statutes.

Example: The prospect of a hung Parliament, where no one party has an overall majority is now being seriously considered.

» miseria absolutagrinding misery .

Example: It is here that grinding poverty exists side by side with poor housing and amenities, unemployment, substandard education, racial tensions and a higher than average level of one-parent families and problem families.

» miseria (más) absoluta, laabject poverty .

Example: The aim is to understand the processes which keep these households in their current state of abject poverty.

» nada en absolutonot at allnothing whatsoever .

Example: There's a big difference between returning a book late and not at all.

Example: Many leisure activities result in the development of personal skills that have nothing whatsoever to do with a person's work.

» no conocer a Alguien en absolutonot know + Pronombre + from Adamnot know + Pronombre + from a hole in the wall .

Example: But the man in the street wouldn't know them from Adam.

Example: Although my father 'didn't know her from a hole in the wall,' he walked into a bank and vouched for her creditworthiness.

» no estar claro en absolutobe far from clear .

Example: It is still far from clear exactly what the Thais intend to do.

» no hacer falta en absolutoneed + Nombre + like a hole in the head .

Example: Bumper to bumper everywhere and fatal traffic accidents happening daily, this tiny country needs more cars like a hole in the head.

» no importar en absolutohave + no qualms about .

Example: Information service quality largely depends on the person at the public service desk who should have no qualms about working with people of any age, minority group, religious or socio-economic background.

» no necesitar en absolutoneed + Nombre + like a hole in the head .

Example: Bumper to bumper everywhere and fatal traffic accidents happening daily, this tiny country needs more cars like a hole in the head.

» norma absolutahard and fast ruleironclad rulesteadfast rule .

Example: As in most other aspects of UDC, there is no hard and fast rule which can be relied upon to predict the occurrence of special auxiliaries.

Example: Enslaved by public opinion and the ironclad rules that govern theatrical practice, she must forfeit something to survive.

Example: This shows that, in the absence of a steadfast rule on covering the misbehavior of journalists, newspapers inevitably make decisions relative to their own organizational interests.

» no tener (ni) absoluta ideahave + absolutely no idea .

Example: It was also a demonstration that the people running the business have absolutely no idea what they are doing when it comes to security.

» o nada en absolutoif at all .

Example: Elizabethan and Jacobean manuscripts were sketchily punctuated, if at all.

» oscuridad absolutapitch darknesspitch blackness .

Example: One more reason is that in pitch darkness your torchlight can pick up the eyes of animals easily and in turn the animals cannot see beyond the blinding light.

Example: But just as she pulled over the road in the pitch blackness of night she heard the unceasing sound of the night like she had never heard it.

» parlamento sin mayoría absolutahung parliament .

Example: The prospect of a hung Parliament, where no one party has an overall majority is now being seriously considered.

» regla absolutahard and fast ruleironclad rulesteadfast rule .

Example: As in most other aspects of UDC, there is no hard and fast rule which can be relied upon to predict the occurrence of special auxiliaries.

Example: Enslaved by public opinion and the ironclad rules that govern theatrical practice, she must forfeit something to survive.

Example: This shows that, in the absence of a steadfast rule on covering the misbehavior of journalists, newspapers inevitably make decisions relative to their own organizational interests.

» voto de la mayoría absolutaabsolute majority vote .

Example: In an absolute majority vote, candidates need more than 50% of the vote to win the election.
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