Ganado in english

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pronunciation: wʌn part of speech: noun, adjective
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ganado1 = livestock ; cattle. 

Example: There is also a livestock marketing and processing programme for Wales.Example: Whereas, before, the land was dense with stately white pines, now apple, plum, pear, peach, and cherry orchards stood in regimented rows and cattle grazed peacefully.

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» arrear Personas como si fueran ganadoherd .

Example: The victims had been herded onto a wooden landing craft by the captain of a Honduras-registered ship who then proceeded, by accident or design, to ram the craft, killing the majority of people aboard.

» arriero de ganadocattle driver .

Example: Before the completion of the bridge, cattle drivers would have to travel further up the trail and ford the river at shallow points.

» conducir Personas como si fueran ganadoherd .

Example: The victims had been herded onto a wooden landing craft by the captain of a Honduras-registered ship who then proceeded, by accident or design, to ram the craft, killing the majority of people aboard.

» cría de ganadocattle raisingstock farminglivestock farmingcattle breedingcattle farming .

Example: It is an oversimplified view of cattle raising to say that all one has to do with cattle is leave them alone while they feed themselves.

Example: Stock farming and poor agriculture practice has destroyed much of this habitat.

Example: Livestock farming for meat production has been an established industry in England and Wales for many years.

Example: Plans by the Indonesian government to purchase a million hectares of Australian land for cattle breeding have been welcomed by farmers.

Example: This only shows that cattle farming for beef remains to be a very viable business proposition.

» criar ganadoraise + livestock .

Example: Every year millions of acres of tropical forest are burned, primarily to raise livestock, releasing millions of tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

» ganado bovinobeef cattlebeef .

Example: Under the entry CATTLE you will find beef cattle as a narrower term = Bajo la entrada GANADO se encontrará ganado bovino como término más específico.

Example: Rich countries consume 70 percent of the world's food grains, most of which is used to feed beef and dairy cattle.

» ganado porcinoswine [Tanto singular como plural] .

Example: The words 'swine,' 'hogs,' and 'pigs' refer to animals of the porcine family or pig family.

» ganado vacunobeef cattlebeef .

Example: Under the entry CATTLE you will find beef cattle as a narrower term = Bajo la entrada GANADO se encontrará ganado bovino como término más específico.

Example: Rich countries consume 70 percent of the world's food grains, most of which is used to feed beef and dairy cattle.

» gestión de grandes extensiones para la cría de ganadorange management .

Example: Indigenous knowledge now surfaces in the fields of human health, aquatic resource management, rural sociology, agricultural education, range management, water resource management, etc..

» industria del ganado lanarsheep farming .

Example: His dream is to leave the USA, in favor of sheep farming in Australia.

» ladrón de ganadocattle rustlerrustler  .

Example: Each year in South Sudan, about 350000 cows and bulls are stolen and more than 2500 people are killed by cattle rustlers.

Example: A farmer has launched an urgent appeal to find a herd of cattle stolen by rustlers.

» manada de ganadoherd of cattle .

Example: A farmer has launched an urgent appeal to find a herd of cattle stolen by rustlers.

» raza de ganadobreed of cattle .

Example: However, the farmer will be downright annoyed at having to turn to the Zoology class every time he wants a document on a particular breed of cattle.

» rebaño de ganadoherd of cattle .

Example: A farmer has launched an urgent appeal to find a herd of cattle stolen by rustlers.

» robar ganadorustle + cattle .

Example: They also set fire to the steamboat and rustled all the cattle, hiding them in an underground cave covered by a waterfall.

» robo de ganadocattle rustlinglivestock rustling .

Example: There were indications that some of the losses attributed to the dogs were in fact due to cattle rustling and poaching.

Example: For men who wanted to make a bundle of money quickly, and who had no scruples about how to do so, the livestock rustling business was booming in northeastern Montana.

ganado2 = earned. 

Example: Her earned income for year 2010 is $100000.

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» dinero ahorrado, dos veces ganadoa dollar saved is a dollar earneda penny saved is a penny earned/gained .

Example: I've said it many times throughout the course of this book, and I'm going to say it again: a dollar saved is a dollar earned.

Example: The saying 'A penny saved is a penny earned' has often been misattributed to Benjamin Franklin.

» dinero ganado con el sudor de la frentehard-earned money .

Example: Customers choose an establishment and spend hard-earned money and they want employees to exude appreciation through the attitude that 'we aim to please, the customer is always right, service is our business, and quality is our middle name'.

» dinero ganado con esfuerzohard-earned money .

Example: Customers choose an establishment and spend hard-earned money and they want employees to exude appreciation through the attitude that 'we aim to please, the customer is always right, service is our business, and quality is our middle name'.

» ganado con el sudor de la frentehard-earned .

Example: There are still some things you can do to reduce what Uncle Sam will be looking to collect from your hard-earned income this year.

» ganado con mucho esfuerzohard-earned .

Example: There are still some things you can do to reduce what Uncle Sam will be looking to collect from your hard-earned income this year.

» haber ganado la mitad de la batallabe half the battle .

Example: Knowing the problem is half the battle.

» no ganadounearned .

Example: Basketing, in a publishing context, is the practice whereby there is agreement between publisher and author that unearned royalty balances from previous contracts are rolled over and accounted jointly with the royalties to be earned by that author's new book.

ganar1 = conquer ; win ; win out ; prevail ; pip ; be on the winning end. 

Example: The tools and technologies provided by the Internet enable scholars to communicate or disseminate information in ways which conquer the barriers of time and space.Example: Those who perform in this manner can be characterized as those who would 'rather fight than win'.Example: It remains to be seen which approach will win out, in the current tug-of-war.Example: The emphasis on title entry came from the specialized libraries, primarily the technical libraries, that were small but had the money and the power behind them to see that their view prevails.Example: Poland became the biggest net beneficiary from the European Union's budget in 2009, pipping Greece and Spain to the top spot.Example: Boxing fans love nothing more than a knockout, and the same goes for boxers themselves, so long as they are on the winning end.

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» ganar a Alguien sin apenas hacer ningún esfuerzobeat + Nombre + hands downwin + hands down .

Example: There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.

Example: Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.

» ganar aceptacióngain + favour .

Example: One commercial application that is gaining favour in pig farming is the electronic sow feeder.

» ganar adeptosgain + currencygain + followers .

Example: It seems that around this late period of the seventeenth century this usage was beginning to gain currency.

Example: To gain followers you have to communicate a vision, a mission, a shared purpose, a dream, a goal.

» ganar a lo grandewin + big .

Example: France wins big in European Swimming Championships.

» ganar cada vez más importanciago from + strength to strengthgrow from + strength to strength .

Example: This was achieved with great success, and the scheme goes from strength to strength.

Example: Since then the group has grown from strength to strength developing a number of projects of mutual benefit.

» ganar cómodamentebeat + Nombre + hands downwin + hands downromp + homeromp to + victorycruise to + victorycruise + home .

Example: There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.

Example: Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.

Example: With an impressive 32,614 votes, she romped home with a majority of over 25,000 votes compared to her nearest competitor.

Example: Our team proved to be way above their opponents and romped to victory without breaking a sweat.

Example: And there was good news for the Party in Manchester, where their mayoral candidate cruised to victory with 63% of the vote.

Example: He made no mistake in the second race of the day as he cruised home to a comfortable 12 second win over his nearest competitor.

» ganar con dificultareke out .

Example: Let's not squabble about the fact that Bush actually eked out a razor-thin victory in the popular vote.

» ganar confianzagrow in + confidence .

Example: Palace grew in confidence after Puncheon turned to score with a low shot, victory taking them out of the relegation zone.

» ganar confianza en Uno mismogain + confidence (with/in) .

Example: This assignment was designed to help students gain confidence in using print and computerized sources.

» ganar con los ojos cerradoswin + hands down .

Example: Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.

» ganar credibilidadgain + creditgain (in) + credibility .

Example: The work is very much akin to journalism in the way that time presses, the content must be dealt with in a craftsmanlike way but the author will gain credit more for 'reporting' skills than for philosophical analyses.

Example: As an entrepreneur, manager, or businessperson who is hoping to gain credibility, the worst thing you can do is to think you know everything.

» ganar cuando todo parece estar perdidovictory from the jaws of defeat .

Example: The article is entitled 'Victory from the jaws of defeat: a tribute to the Newark Public Library'.

» ganar de callebeat + Nombre + hands downwin + hands downwin by + a landslide [Generalmente usado en el contexto de las elecciones o votaciones]ease + pastcoast + homecoast to + victorywalk off withromp + homeromp to + victorycruise to + victorycruise + home .

Example: There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.

Example: Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.

Example: The polls mean nothing at this point -- if he wins by a landslide fantastic but we are in June not October, long way between there and now.

Example: In the friendlies we eased past Colombia, and were unlucky to concede a last-minute equaliser against Germany.

Example: To no one's surprise, Vladimir Putin coasted home in Sunday's presidential election with 71.2 percent support.

Example: Arnold Schwarzenegger coasted to an easy victory over Democrat Phil Angelides on Tuesday.

Example: A Nuclear Engineering student recently walked off with the first place at an international congress in Cape Town.

Example: With an impressive 32,614 votes, she romped home with a majority of over 25,000 votes compared to her nearest competitor.

Example: Our team proved to be way above their opponents and romped to victory without breaking a sweat.

Example: And there was good news for the Party in Manchester, where their mayoral candidate cruised to victory with 63% of the vote.

Example: He made no mistake in the second race of the day as he cruised home to a comfortable 12 second win over his nearest competitor.

» ganar de forma abrumadorabeat + Nombre + hands downwin + hands downromp + homeromp to + victorycruise to + victorycruise + home .

Example: There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.

Example: Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.

Example: With an impressive 32,614 votes, she romped home with a majority of over 25,000 votes compared to her nearest competitor.

Example: Our team proved to be way above their opponents and romped to victory without breaking a sweat.

Example: And there was good news for the Party in Manchester, where their mayoral candidate cruised to victory with 63% of the vote.

Example: He made no mistake in the second race of the day as he cruised home to a comfortable 12 second win over his nearest competitor.

» ganar de forma aplastantebeat + Nombre + hands downwin + hands downwin by + a landslide [Generalmente usado en el contexto de las elecciones o votaciones]storm to + victoryromp + homeromp to + victorycruise to + victorycruise + home .

Example: There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.

Example: Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.

Example: The polls mean nothing at this point -- if he wins by a landslide fantastic but we are in June not October, long way between there and now.

Example: Labour's David Lammy stormed to victory in the Tottenham Parliamentary election with a thumping majority.

Example: With an impressive 32,614 votes, she romped home with a majority of over 25,000 votes compared to her nearest competitor.

Example: Our team proved to be way above their opponents and romped to victory without breaking a sweat.

Example: And there was good news for the Party in Manchester, where their mayoral candidate cruised to victory with 63% of the vote.

Example: He made no mistake in the second race of the day as he cruised home to a comfortable 12 second win over his nearest competitor.

» ganar de forma arrolladorawin by + a landslide [Generalmente usado en el contexto de las elecciones o votaciones]storm to + victory .

Example: The polls mean nothing at this point -- if he wins by a landslide fantastic but we are in June not October, long way between there and now.

Example: Labour's David Lammy stormed to victory in the Tottenham Parliamentary election with a thumping majority.

» ganar de sobrabeat + Nombre + hands downwin + hands downwin by + a landslide [Generalmente usado en el contexto de las elecciones o votaciones]ease + pastcoast + homecoast to + victorywalk off withromp + homeromp to + victorycruise to + victorycruise + home .

Example: There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.

Example: Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.

Example: The polls mean nothing at this point -- if he wins by a landslide fantastic but we are in June not October, long way between there and now.

Example: In the friendlies we eased past Colombia, and were unlucky to concede a last-minute equaliser against Germany.

Example: To no one's surprise, Vladimir Putin coasted home in Sunday's presidential election with 71.2 percent support.

Example: Arnold Schwarzenegger coasted to an easy victory over Democrat Phil Angelides on Tuesday.

Example: A Nuclear Engineering student recently walked off with the first place at an international congress in Cape Town.

Example: With an impressive 32,614 votes, she romped home with a majority of over 25,000 votes compared to her nearest competitor.

Example: Our team proved to be way above their opponents and romped to victory without breaking a sweat.

Example: And there was good news for the Party in Manchester, where their mayoral candidate cruised to victory with 63% of the vote.

Example: He made no mistake in the second race of the day as he cruised home to a comfortable 12 second win over his nearest competitor.

» ganar el pulsothe nod + go to .

Example: In a tie, the data suggests the nod would go to search engines = En igualdad de condiciones, los datos nos dan a entender que serían los buscadores los que ganarían el pulso, en última instancia.

» ganar el segundo puestowin + second place .

Example: She won second place in shotput at the state championship.

» ganar enemigosmake + enemies .

Example: However, her strong-mindedness, dictatorial tactics, and attempts to dominate her teachers and staff have made her many enemies.

» ganar enterosgain + creditgain in + importancegain + importancego from + strength to strengthgain (in) + credibility .

Example: The work is very much akin to journalism in the way that time presses, the content must be dealt with in a craftsmanlike way but the author will gain credit more for 'reporting' skills than for philosophical analyses.

Example: Since most of these Muslims are here to stay, the question of their integration is gaining in importance.

Example: The effective use of library resources is critical to the success of international students, a group which is gaining importance in US higher education.

Example: This was achieved with great success, and the scheme goes from strength to strength.

Example: As an entrepreneur, manager, or businessperson who is hoping to gain credibility, the worst thing you can do is to think you know everything.

» ganar fácilmentecoast + homecoast to + victorybeat + Nombre + hands downwin + hands downwalk off withwin + cheaplyease + pastromp + homeromp to + victorycruise to + victorycruise + home .

Example: To no one's surprise, Vladimir Putin coasted home in Sunday's presidential election with 71.2 percent support.

Example: Arnold Schwarzenegger coasted to an easy victory over Democrat Phil Angelides on Tuesday.

Example: There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.

Example: Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.

Example: A Nuclear Engineering student recently walked off with the first place at an international congress in Cape Town.

Example: These two players have had many ding-dong battles in the past, and both knew that this match would not be won cheaply.

Example: In the friendlies we eased past Colombia, and were unlucky to concede a last-minute equaliser against Germany.

Example: With an impressive 32,614 votes, she romped home with a majority of over 25,000 votes compared to her nearest competitor.

Example: Our team proved to be way above their opponents and romped to victory without breaking a sweat.

Example: And there was good news for the Party in Manchester, where their mayoral candidate cruised to victory with 63% of the vote.

Example: He made no mistake in the second race of the day as he cruised home to a comfortable 12 second win over his nearest competitor.

» ganar famawin + fame .

Example: A portraitist and draftsman, Leutze won fame as a history painter.

» ganar fluidezgain + facility .

Example: This approach to teaching ensures that you will receive individual attention and gain facility in the use of the state-of-the-art equipment.

» ganar fuerzagather + strengthgather + steamgain + steam .

Example: This north/south cooperation is a five-year-old initiative that is now gathering strength = Esta cooperación norte-sur es una iniciativa que cumple cinco años y que ahora está ganando fuerza.

Example: The groundswell of movement towards integrating previously unrelated technologies and markets is now gathering a reasonable head of steam.

Example: The team took a while to get into the flow of things but have been gaining steam and are now flying high, after winning six of their last seven outings.

» ganar ímpetugather + momentumgain + impetusgather + strengthgather + steamgather + pacegather + speedbuild + momentumpick up + steampick up + momentumgain + steamgain + pace .

Example: The incentive to make library services more relevant to the community became increasingly urgent from the mid-seventies as the attacks on local government finance gathered momentum.

Example: The trend towards globalisation in publishing has gained impetus from the European Community's plans to create a single market by the end of 1992.

Example: This north/south cooperation is a five-year-old initiative that is now gathering strength = Esta cooperación norte-sur es una iniciativa que cumple cinco años y que ahora está ganando fuerza.

Example: The groundswell of movement towards integrating previously unrelated technologies and markets is now gathering a reasonable head of steam.

Example: The author looks at the likely future shifts in economic structures in advanced economies, as the information age replaces the industrial era, and regionalism gathers pace.

Example: A new campaign urging the public to vote only for candidates who will oppose abortion in the forthcoming election is gathering speed as the date of the vote draws near.

Example: Setting achievable goals, and experiencing incremental success will help you build momentum and confidence.

Example: Bell-bottoms are finally picking up steam as one of the 'cool' denim styles to have in your wardrobe.

Example: Myanmar's nationwide election campaign is picking up momentum as political parties began campaigning.

Example: The team took a while to get into the flow of things but have been gaining steam and are now flying high, after winning six of their last seven outings.

Example: As you are aware, the need for more responsible business practice in the fashion industry has gained pace in recent years.

» ganar importanciagrow in + importancegrow in + strengthgain + prominencegrow in + significancegain + significancegain in + importancegain + importancegain + weightgrow in + stature .

Example: The serialization of new fiction in half-crown monthly magazines such as Blackwood's started in a small way in the 1820s, and grew in importance during the following decade.

Example: The author suggests that unions were slowly, though not uniformly, growing in strength.

Example: Issues such as the electronic library or the virtual library, and document delivery services are likely to gain prominence.

Example: As global networks grow in significance it is getting more important to share knowledge and standards.

Example: It was not until the 16th century that falconry and stag hunting gained the significance that it retained until 1789.

Example: Since most of these Muslims are here to stay, the question of their integration is gaining in importance.

Example: The effective use of library resources is critical to the success of international students, a group which is gaining importance in US higher education.

Example: Though it is too early to confirm, they say their theory is gaining weight.

Example: Uruguayan wines are growing in stature and becoming increasingly more recognized by wine lovers worldwide.

» ganar la delanteragain + the upper handhave + the upper handwin + the high ground .

Example: And at the moment, many experts believe China may have gained the upper hand.

Example: They may have the upper hand but will one slip-up lead to a reversal of fortune?.

Example: If I am to win the high ground in this battle then I absolutely must look the part.

» ganar la loteríawin + the lottery .

Example: The article is entitled 'Georgia's libraries and media centers win the lottery!.

» ganar la palmawin + the daycome out on + topcarry + the daycome out + topstake + the crown .

Example: All argument in favour of the change was rejected by the library users and local esteem for the library won the day.

Example: The real story here is that no matter which format ultimately comes out on top, the battle will be long and protracted, with both formats existing side by side for some time.

Example: Elections have come and gone, and as it has been in the past, tribalism carried the day.

Example: The University of Toronto has come out tops in Canada for graduate employability for the third straight year.

Example: If there is one place that takes the crown for being the best holiday destination in the world, then it is definitely going to be Europe for sure.

» ganar la partidagain + the upper hand .

Example: And at the moment, many experts believe China may have gained the upper hand.

» ganar la partida aoutmanoeuvre [outmaneuver, -USA] [También escrito out-maneouvre/outmaneuver. Pincha en para ver otras palabras que contienen la secuencia "-oe-" en inglés británico y que se reduce a "-e-" en inglés americano. Pincha en para ver una lista de palabras que comienzan con este prefijo usado para indicar generalmente que una persona o cosa supera a otra. Pincha en o para ver otras palabras que presentan esta variación en su terminación final según sean del inglés británico o del inglés americano]out-think  ; outfox  ; outwit  ; outsmart [Literalmente significa "ser más listo que". También escrito out-smart. Pincha en para ver una lista de palabras que comienzan con este prefijo usado para indicar generalmente que una persona o cosa supera a otra]beat + Nombre + to the postout-strategise [out-strategize, -USA]  ; outclass  ; get + the best ofoutdo  ; trumpoutshine  ; overmatch  ; get + one up onget + the better ofoutmatch  ; out-skill  .

Example: This will turn out to be just another way for vendors to outmaneuver one another, with the more aggressive periodicals managers thriving at the expense of the others.

Example: Today's online information industry is playing a game of catch-up, and must out-think current market leaders in order to find profitable new markets.

Example: It also led to a continuing guerilla war between the authorities and caricaturists who sought to evade, outfox, or entirely defy them.

Example: Two dangerous trysts are spied upon by a third and hostile party, whose presence is detected by the lovers who act in consort to outwit him.

Example: Smart and speedy start-ups blindside mature companies with their inventiveness then grow up into mature companies and are outsmarted in their turn.

Example: Walker beat him to the post but there was no acrimony from Copland.

Example: Radical Islamist extremists have out-spent, out-manoeuvred and out-strategised democracies around the world.

Example: He also laughingly joked about Kelly not being able to outclass him this time.

Example: Sometimes, the emotions we feel can get the best of us, causing us to say or do things we later regret.

Example: This novel is narrated by William, an underachiever who is constantly outdone by his charming and lovable identical twin brother.

Example: If prejudice is allowed to trump the rights that all citizens should enjoy, then everyone's freedoms are ultimately endangered.

Example: She was sensational throughout the competition and outshone her opponents with singing skills that seemed to stretch beyond the talent of a 17 year old.

Example: Adams is a lovely and subtle performer, but she is overmatched by her co-star and handicapped by the material = Adams es una artista encantadora y sutil, pero el papel le viene demasiado grande y se ve superada por su compañero de reparto.

Example: If you ever do manage to get one up on a narcissist, it is likely to be a hollow victory at best.

Example: With the recent on-field spat between teammates, it is evident that sometimes the intensity of the tournament gets the better of the players.

Example: If you're outmatched, out-numbered, out-skilled, you'd better run and live to fight another day.

Example: If you're outmatched, out-numbered, out-skilled, you'd better run and live to fight another day.

» ganar la supremacíawin + the high groundgain + the upper handhave + the upper hand .

Example: If I am to win the high ground in this battle then I absolutely must look the part.

Example: And at the moment, many experts believe China may have gained the upper hand.

Example: They may have the upper hand but will one slip-up lead to a reversal of fortune?.

» ganarle la mano a Alguiensteal + a march on .

Example: The book 'To steal a march on God' explores how heroic acts have complex moral, ethical, and philosophical implications that can still affect people a generation later.

» ganar la partida aoutmanoeuvre [outmaneuver, -USA] [También escrito out-maneouvre/outmaneuver. Pincha en para ver otras palabras que contienen la secuencia "-oe-" en inglés británico y que se reduce a "-e-" en inglés americano. Pincha en para ver una lista de palabras que comienzan con este prefijo usado para indicar generalmente que una persona o cosa supera a otra. Pincha en o para ver otras palabras que presentan esta variación en su terminación final según sean del inglés británico o del inglés americano]out-think  ; outfox  ; outwit  ; outsmart [Literalmente significa "ser más listo que". También escrito out-smart. Pincha en para ver una lista de palabras que comienzan con este prefijo usado para indicar generalmente que una persona o cosa supera a otra]beat + Nombre + to the postout-strategise [out-strategize, -USA]  ; outclass  ; get + the best ofoutdo  ; trumpoutshine  ; overmatch  ; get + one up onget + the better ofoutmatch  ; out-skill  .

Example: This will turn out to be just another way for vendors to outmaneuver one another, with the more aggressive periodicals managers thriving at the expense of the others.

Example: Today's online information industry is playing a game of catch-up, and must out-think current market leaders in order to find profitable new markets.

Example: It also led to a continuing guerilla war between the authorities and caricaturists who sought to evade, outfox, or entirely defy them.

Example: Two dangerous trysts are spied upon by a third and hostile party, whose presence is detected by the lovers who act in consort to outwit him.

Example: Smart and speedy start-ups blindside mature companies with their inventiveness then grow up into mature companies and are outsmarted in their turn.

Example: Walker beat him to the post but there was no acrimony from Copland.

Example: Radical Islamist extremists have out-spent, out-manoeuvred and out-strategised democracies around the world.

Example: He also laughingly joked about Kelly not being able to outclass him this time.

Example: Sometimes, the emotions we feel can get the best of us, causing us to say or do things we later regret.

Example: This novel is narrated by William, an underachiever who is constantly outdone by his charming and lovable identical twin brother.

Example: If prejudice is allowed to trump the rights that all citizens should enjoy, then everyone's freedoms are ultimately endangered.

Example: She was sensational throughout the competition and outshone her opponents with singing skills that seemed to stretch beyond the talent of a 17 year old.

Example: Adams is a lovely and subtle performer, but she is overmatched by her co-star and handicapped by the material = Adams es una artista encantadora y sutil, pero el papel le viene demasiado grande y se ve superada por su compañero de reparto.

Example: If you ever do manage to get one up on a narcissist, it is likely to be a hollow victory at best.

Example: With the recent on-field spat between teammates, it is evident that sometimes the intensity of the tournament gets the better of the players.

Example: If you're outmatched, out-numbered, out-skilled, you'd better run and live to fight another day.

Example: If you're outmatched, out-numbered, out-skilled, you'd better run and live to fight another day.

» ganarle la vez aoutdo  ; trumpbeat + Nombre + to the postoutmanoeuvre [outmaneuver, -USA] [También escrito out-maneouvre/outmaneuver. Pincha en para ver otras palabras que contienen la secuencia "-oe-" en inglés británico y que se reduce a "-e-" en inglés americano. Pincha en para ver una lista de palabras que comienzan con este prefijo usado para indicar generalmente que una persona o cosa supera a otra. Pincha en o para ver otras palabras que presentan esta variación en su terminación final según sean del inglés británico o del inglés americano]out-think  ; outfox  ; outwit  ; outsmart [Literalmente significa "ser más listo que". También escrito out-smart. Pincha en para ver una lista de palabras que comienzan con este prefijo usado para indicar generalmente que una persona o cosa supera a otra]out-strategise [out-strategize, -USA]  ; outshine  ; outclass  ; overmatch  ; get + the best ofget + one up onget + the better ofoutmatch  ; out-skill  .

Example: This novel is narrated by William, an underachiever who is constantly outdone by his charming and lovable identical twin brother.

Example: If prejudice is allowed to trump the rights that all citizens should enjoy, then everyone's freedoms are ultimately endangered.

Example: Walker beat him to the post but there was no acrimony from Copland.

Example: This will turn out to be just another way for vendors to outmaneuver one another, with the more aggressive periodicals managers thriving at the expense of the others.

Example: Today's online information industry is playing a game of catch-up, and must out-think current market leaders in order to find profitable new markets.

Example: It also led to a continuing guerilla war between the authorities and caricaturists who sought to evade, outfox, or entirely defy them.

Example: Two dangerous trysts are spied upon by a third and hostile party, whose presence is detected by the lovers who act in consort to outwit him.

Example: Smart and speedy start-ups blindside mature companies with their inventiveness then grow up into mature companies and are outsmarted in their turn.

Example: Radical Islamist extremists have out-spent, out-manoeuvred and out-strategised democracies around the world.

Example: She was sensational throughout the competition and outshone her opponents with singing skills that seemed to stretch beyond the talent of a 17 year old.

Example: He also laughingly joked about Kelly not being able to outclass him this time.

Example: Adams is a lovely and subtle performer, but she is overmatched by her co-star and handicapped by the material = Adams es una artista encantadora y sutil, pero el papel le viene demasiado grande y se ve superada por su compañero de reparto.

Example: Sometimes, the emotions we feel can get the best of us, causing us to say or do things we later regret.

Example: If you ever do manage to get one up on a narcissist, it is likely to be a hollow victory at best.

Example: With the recent on-field spat between teammates, it is evident that sometimes the intensity of the tournament gets the better of the players.

Example: If you're outmatched, out-numbered, out-skilled, you'd better run and live to fight another day.

Example: If you're outmatched, out-numbered, out-skilled, you'd better run and live to fight another day.

» ganarle la vez aoutdo  ; trumpbeat + Nombre + to the postoutmanoeuvre [outmaneuver, -USA] [También escrito out-maneouvre/outmaneuver. Pincha en para ver otras palabras que contienen la secuencia "-oe-" en inglés británico y que se reduce a "-e-" en inglés americano. Pincha en para ver una lista de palabras que comienzan con este prefijo usado para indicar generalmente que una persona o cosa supera a otra. Pincha en o para ver otras palabras que presentan esta variación en su terminación final según sean del inglés británico o del inglés americano]out-think  ; outfox  ; outwit  ; outsmart [Literalmente significa "ser más listo que". También escrito out-smart. Pincha en para ver una lista de palabras que comienzan con este prefijo usado para indicar generalmente que una persona o cosa supera a otra]out-strategise [out-strategize, -USA]  ; outshine  ; outclass  ; overmatch  ; get + the best ofget + one up onget + the better ofoutmatch  ; out-skill  .

Example: This novel is narrated by William, an underachiever who is constantly outdone by his charming and lovable identical twin brother.

Example: If prejudice is allowed to trump the rights that all citizens should enjoy, then everyone's freedoms are ultimately endangered.

Example: Walker beat him to the post but there was no acrimony from Copland.

Example: This will turn out to be just another way for vendors to outmaneuver one another, with the more aggressive periodicals managers thriving at the expense of the others.

Example: Today's online information industry is playing a game of catch-up, and must out-think current market leaders in order to find profitable new markets.

Example: It also led to a continuing guerilla war between the authorities and caricaturists who sought to evade, outfox, or entirely defy them.

Example: Two dangerous trysts are spied upon by a third and hostile party, whose presence is detected by the lovers who act in consort to outwit him.

Example: Smart and speedy start-ups blindside mature companies with their inventiveness then grow up into mature companies and are outsmarted in their turn.

Example: Radical Islamist extremists have out-spent, out-manoeuvred and out-strategised democracies around the world.

Example: She was sensational throughout the competition and outshone her opponents with singing skills that seemed to stretch beyond the talent of a 17 year old.

Example: He also laughingly joked about Kelly not being able to outclass him this time.

Example: Adams is a lovely and subtle performer, but she is overmatched by her co-star and handicapped by the material = Adams es una artista encantadora y sutil, pero el papel le viene demasiado grande y se ve superada por su compañero de reparto.

Example: Sometimes, the emotions we feel can get the best of us, causing us to say or do things we later regret.

Example: If you ever do manage to get one up on a narcissist, it is likely to be a hollow victory at best.

Example: With the recent on-field spat between teammates, it is evident that sometimes the intensity of the tournament gets the better of the players.

Example: If you're outmatched, out-numbered, out-skilled, you'd better run and live to fight another day.

Example: If you're outmatched, out-numbered, out-skilled, you'd better run and live to fight another day.

» ganarle terreno again on .

Example: In 2013, white wine production in Italy continued to gain on red wine, 53 percent for white to only 47 percent for red and rosé.

» ganar pesoput on + weightgain + weight .

Example: She can eat like a horse and never put on weight.

Example: Obesity is a well known problem, however some people really want and need to gain weight.

» ganar popularidadgrow in + popularitygain (in) + popularityincrease in + popularitygrow in + popularity .

Example: More than 1,500 years after the game was invented, chess is still growing in popularity.

Example: This technique is sure to gain popularity as more libraries become involved in the long-range planning process.

Example: CD drives are now cheap enough for CD-ROMs to increase in popularity.

Example: More than 1,500 years after the game was invented, chess is still growing in popularity.

» ganar por diferencia de puntoswin on + points difference .

Example: Ireland have retained the title after winning on points difference against England.

» ganar por los pelospip + Nombre + at/to the (finishing) post .

Example: We were really impressed with the high level of entries to the competition, but Eloise just pipped the others at the finishing post.

» ganar por puntoswin on + points .

Example: I think he will win the early rounds and could go on to win on points.

» ganar por votaciónoutvote  .

Example: My wife preferred the white body/blue roof car, but the kids and I outvoted her.

» ganar prestigiogain in + ascendancygrow in + stature .

Example: As the awareness of information gains in ascendancy, the mechanisms of information access change with the development of new technologies.

Example: Uruguayan wines are growing in stature and becoming increasingly more recognized by wine lovers worldwide.

» ganar prosélitosproselytise [proselytize, -USA] .

Example: Provided that the library is accessible to them and offers an atmosphere of welcome, it is not our business to proselytize them into using it.

» ganar protagonismogain in + importance .

Example: Since most of these Muslims are here to stay, the question of their integration is gaining in importance.

» ganar puntoswin + points .

Example: By flying Qantas and connecting to any of the many associated airlines, you can win points for travelling almost anywhere in the world.

» ganar reconocimientogain + creditgain (in) + credibilitygrow in + stature .

Example: The work is very much akin to journalism in the way that time presses, the content must be dealt with in a craftsmanlike way but the author will gain credit more for 'reporting' skills than for philosophical analyses.

Example: As an entrepreneur, manager, or businessperson who is hoping to gain credibility, the worst thing you can do is to think you k
Ganado synonyms:
south korean won in spanish: Corea del sur ganó, pronunciation: saʊθkɔriənwʌn part of speech: noun north korean won in spanish: Corea del Norte ganó, pronunciation: nɔrθkɔriənwʌn part of speech: noun
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