IMPORTANCIA - Definición y sinónimos de importancia en el diccionario español (2023)

importancia

importance ; merit ; notability ; pre-eminence [preeminence] ; prominence ; significance ; standing ; stature ; value ; distinction ; visibility ; centrality ; meaningfulness ; worthwhileness ; profile ; premium ; import ; consequence.

This format is becoming common in new thesauri, partly because the recognition of the importance of viewing both relationships and subject terms in one tool.

Much will be said later about the merits and drawbacks of the various types of index and approaches to indexing.

Its notability is seen to lie in the fact that it has significantly broken the stranglehold upon postgraduate studentships in the gift of the Science and Engineering Research Council.

Despite its pre-eminence, or possibly because of it, DC has its critics.

Weights are a quantitative measure of the prominence of various index terms in the description of a subject and may form the basis of an alternative search logic.

Whatever viewpoint is taken, it is difficult to dispute the significance of AACR1.

Their sheer institutional standing and regard have had a bearing upon the creation of a situation which is a good deal better than it might otherwise have been.

Merely having the materials available will not provide the desired boost to the library's stature unless the collection is exceptional.

This stop list is input to the computer before indexing can commence, and is a list of the words which appear in text which have no value as access words in an index.

Mystery and detective stories, love and romance fiction, adventure and western stories, recent novels widely publicized but of little literary distinction, popularizations of current affairs characterized by sensationalism and easy dogmatism rather than by dispassionate and qualified analysis - these and similar books are widely circulated by the public library.

The new director considers that there is need for recruitment of librarians from all backgrounds into the profession and that librarianship needs higher visibility within society.

Gilman advocated the academic library's centrality to research.

The author challenges the meaningfulness of precision and recall values as a measure of performance of a retrieval system.

But it always assumes the importance, the worthwhileness, of human experience even when - as in tragedy - it finds much in that experience evil.

There is also a further dilemma concerning formats such as film and audio which have tended to receive a lower profile in the library world (too awkward, too cluttered with copyright restrictions, too technically instable).

To presuppose that clients will continue to travel to defined locations earmarked as libraries in search of information is to deny the premium on time prevalent in today's culture.

A new set of conventions has had to be developed, using mathematical symbols mainly, which have international import.

I am looking for guidance on a potential digitization project of some consequence.

adquirir importancia

assume + importance

attain + importance

come up

take on + added weight

gain + significance

move up + the agenda

gain + importance

gain in + importance

A topic such as metal fatigue assumed a new importance in the 1950s as the unexpected cause of at least two major disasters.

However, it doesn't take very long before the supporting machine file attains greater importance than the manual catalog.

Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.

This basic principle of marketing takes on added weight when applied to US Federal information programmes in the light of their instrumental value=Este principio básico del marketing cobrar importancia cuando se aplica a los programas de información federal americanos a la vista de su valor instrumental.

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

Concerns about trafficking in arms has moved rapidly up the international agenda.

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

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

adquirir importancia histórica

make + history

go down in + history

This online service enables users to view and print out photographs of major current news stories, people, places and events that made history.

The only thing he should go down in history for is for being the biggest idiot that ever lived.

asunto de importancia

matter of weight

matter of consequence

Her art objects such as clocks, brooches, candlesticks, boxes, and picture frames deal with matters of weight, balance, and time.

I am concerned with matters of consequence, I don't amuse myself with balderdash.

asunto sin importancia

matter of no consequence

Therapeutic lying can be practical and effective in matters of no consequence.

aumentar de importancia

grow in + importance

grow in + significance

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.

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

clasificar en orden de importancia

rank + in order of importance

The first takes the list of search terms, which the user is asked to rank in order of importance, and uses them as the basis of a weighted term search producing output in ranked order.

cobrar importancia

assume + importance

take on + added weight

move up + the agenda

gain + importance

be on the agenda

A topic such as metal fatigue assumed a new importance in the 1950s as the unexpected cause of at least two major disasters.

This basic principle of marketing takes on added weight when applied to US Federal information programmes in the light of their instrumental value=Este principio básico del marketing cobrar importancia cuando se aplica a los programas de información federal americanos a la vista de su valor instrumental.

Concerns about trafficking in arms has moved rapidly up the international agenda.

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

The prime minister said at the annual dinner that the issue was 'back on the agenda with a vengeance'.

conceder importancia

accord + significance level

attach + importance

place + importance

Different organisations can be expected to accord different significance levels to each of the criteria.

The duration of the cycle varies markedly from institution to institution, dependent upon the importance that society attaches to the symbolic realities specific to the institution.

The reasons for this are varied but can depend largely on the importance placed on the provision of these skills by both the library and the course planners in the early stages of the student study programme.

conceder mucha importancia a

lay + great store on

Neighbourhood advice centres lay great store on their accessibility, both in terms of location and style of operation.

concienciar a Alguien de la importancia de la información

raise + information awareness

It is hoped that this will raise the information awareness of society and in turn speed the country's economic growth.

consciente de la importancia de la información

information conscious

The main findings are that civil engineers are, relatively speaking, not information conscious.

crecer en importancia

grow from + strength to strength

increase in + importance

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

Licensing is increasing in importance as a means of gaining access to commercially available digital information=Las licencias están creciendo en importancia como forma de acceder a información digital comercial.

cuestión de importancia

matter of consequence

I am concerned with matters of consequence, I don't amuse myself with balderdash.

cuestión sin importancia

matter of no consequence

Therapeutic lying can be practical and effective in matters of no consequence.

dar a Algo más importancia de la que tiene

oversell

Has the library and information profession, by oversell and too narrow development programmes, encouraged exaggerated expectations in developing countries as to the power of information in problem solving?.

dar bastante importancia a

place + great store on

The IFLA letter places great store on the number of FID members who are also IFLA members.

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dar importancia

attach + importance

give + prominence

stress

give + pre-eminence

give + relevance

place + importance

give + importance

The duration of the cycle varies markedly from institution to institution, dependent upon the importance that society attaches to the symbolic realities specific to the institution.

Provision should be on the basis of quality and originality, with classic works of the genre given prominence.

However, it must be stressed that these problems are still in the future.

Dr. Greg has given, I think, rather undue pre-eminence to this type of bibliography.

It could be argued, therefore, that concentration on the public library's information role at the expense of the known and expressed needs of the majority of existing users could give the library less relevance and eventually less support.

The reasons for this are varied but can depend largely on the importance placed on the provision of these skills by both the library and the course planners in the early stages of the student study programme.

Deans and directors from several library schools indicated the importance they give to various criteria used to evaluate individual faculty members for tenure, promotion and salary increases.

dar importancia a

give + weight to

place + emphasis on

attach + weight to

create + a high profile for

give + a high profile

place + weight on

put + stock in

take + stock in

The resulting compromise in the overall design principles followed is, therefore, likely to give greater weight to these conventional needs.

Particular emphasis is placed on establishing base line turnover rates and examining the relationship of gender to turnover behaviour.

The amount of information given by each source of selection, and the weight a librarian attaches to each, varies considerably.

This article pesents an interview with George Cunningham who sees his role as creating a high profile for the library profession and fostering a love of books.

The course gives information technology a very high profile.

The frequency of reading by patrons while at the library may be somewhat surprising given the weight that libraries currently place on new technologies.

He falls hopelessly for her and makes a difficult sacrifice in the hopes of winning her affection, but she's too nihilistic to put any stock in love.

But, luckily, we've ended up better off than we ever have been, probably because it caused us to take stock in what's really important.

dar importancia a Algo

put + Algo + on the agenda

be on the agenda

The author suggests a strategy for putting library needs on the agenda of government and lists a few cardinal rules to be observed.

The prime minister said at the annual dinner that the issue was 'back on the agenda with a vengeance'.

dar mayor importancia a

give + pride of place to

Much potentially valuable historical material is lost to posterity because of the attitude to the collection of primary sources which always gives pride of place to the ephemeral as long as it is compiled by a well-known figure.

dar mucha importancia

put + a premium on

Businesses work to deadlines that put a premium on convenience and ready availability.

dar mucha importancia a la profesión

be career oriented

To his mother he was the apple in her eye and loved the fact that he was career oriented at a young age.

darse aires de importancia

get on + Posesivo + high horse

They will get on their high horse and ride roughshod over anything that gets in their way.

de capital importancia

momentous

of cardinal importance

The new realities identified above are fraught with momentous implications=Las nuevas realidades identificadas más arriba están cargadas de implicaciones trascendentales.

Humanitarian assistance is of cardinal importance for the victims of natural disasters and other emergencies.

de creciente importancia

of growing importance

Of growing importance to libraries is the effective access to their catalogue by library patrons.

de crucial importancia

crucially important

Light-induced oxidation reactions are crucially important in the degradation of lignin.

de especial importancia

of particular note

Of particular note is his classic monograph 'Prejudices and Antipathies', published by Scarecrow Press, a critique of LC entry and subject heading practices.

de fundamental importancia

of prime importance

critically important

The LC remains the centralised cataloguing agency of prime importance to American Libraries.

When automated methods of communicating bibliographic information are used, standards become critically important.

de importancia

of note

of consequence

Another analytical study of note is the one for Columbia University Libraries.

We have the right and responsibility to make wise decisions in 'times of consequence'.

de importancia creciente

of growing importance

Of growing importance to libraries is the effective access to their catalogue by library patrons.

de importancia crucial

crucially important

Light-induced oxidation reactions are crucially important in the degradation of lignin.

de importancia fundamental

critically important

When automated methods of communicating bibliographic information are used, standards become critically important.

de importancia secundaria

incidental

The abstracts of research papers will typically represent incidental findings (e.g. properties, side-effects, important inconsistencies in arguments or deductions, newly discovered data sources).

de mayor o menor importancia

great and small

'At no time in history', according to Geoffrey Langley, 'did people of all types and classes stand more in need of information on all manner of matters great and small'.

de menor importancia[En un sistema de clasificación especializado, aquellas materias inciden en la especialidad temática de la clasificación de un modo tangencial]

fringe subject

of fringe interest

In a general classification there are, of course, no fringe subjects: all are of equal weight, and must be given their due place in the overall order.

The indexer recommends to use a general term rather than specific terms for subjects of fringe interest.

de menor importancia para

on the fringe of

In order to support a core acquistions programme of essential materials for its users, a library will more readily cut out material on the fringe of its needs if such material can be obtained by a good document supply system.

de poca importancia

menial

small-time

The librarians too often fall prey to laziness by refusing to perform less academic and more menial tasks=Con demasiada frecuencia los bibliotecas son víctimas de la pereza negándose a realizar tareas más insignificantes y menos académicas.

From small-time stick-ups to vengeful bloodbaths, they become insatiable predators without scruples.

de primordial importancia

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of prime importance

of paramount importance

The LC remains the centralised cataloguing agency of prime importance to American Libraries.

Economic issues are of paramount importance, with the network's potential for public use and benefit being secondary.

de segunda importancia[También se usa on a back burner]

marginal

back burner

on the back burner

second in importance

The title 'Unsolicited marginal gift collections: saying no or coping with the unwanted' deals with the problem of how to cope with collections which should have been declined, but were not.

Assistive technology will continue to be a back burner issue in most libraries.

Although the prospect of compulsory competitive tendering in libraries is on the back burner it has put acquisitions firmly in the limelight.

In an emergency, good information about the building is second in importance only to good judgment.

de segunda importancia en relación con

secondary to

The important thing to remember is that specifications of this kind are always to be regarded as secondary to subject.

destacar la importa

underscore + the importance

However, acute infections are uncommonly recognized clinically, underscoring the importance of screening individuals at risk.

destacar la importancia de

stress + the importance of

emphasise + the importance of

highlight + the importance of

George Cunha stressed the importance of having a written disaster plan ahead of time and that replacement was generally cheaper than recovery.

This article emphasises the importance of stamp collecting as a hobby in the survival of these essentially ephemeral items=Este artículo destaca la importancia de la filatelia como una afición para la supervivencia de este material esencialmente efímeros.

New studies highlight the importance of bowel prep and effectiveness of colonoscopy.

de suma importancia

of the utmost importance

of utmost importance

This view of the nature of man makes it possible to deduce certain conclusions that are of the utmost importance to the manager.

Design aspects of bibliographic databases are of utmost importance for effective resource sharing.

de suprema importancia

of the highest significance

July 20th and 21st 1919 will go down in the annals of history as a red-letter day of the highest significance.

de tercera importancia

tertiary

It is therefore necessary to implement an effective educational programme in research techniques at the tertiary level.

de vital importancia

vitally important

Library clerks are vitally important people, and worthy of respect, but they cannot fulfil the role of the professional librarian.

disminuir la importancia de

lessen + the importance of

In addition, the improved access through technology has lessened the importance of the local collection.

donde el tiempo es de suma importancia

time-critical

Many Web pages contain out of date information, while others have time-critical information, such as breaking news.

en orden de importancia

in rank order

in order

The system then prints out the titles in rank order, with the user responding to show his estimation of relevance.

In the overall ranking the main sources, in order, were statistical information, personal contacts, newspapers and trade journal, grey literature, and conventional literature; the various kinds of secondary information service all ranked lower.

falta de importancia

worthlessness

A large problem with old age stems from a feeling of worthlessness and unimportance.

ganar cada vez más importancia

go from + strength to strength

grow from + strength to strength

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

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

ganar importancia

grow in + importance

grow in + strength

gain + prominence

grow in + significance

gain + significance

gain in + importance

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.

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

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

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

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

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

gente de poca importancia

small fry, the

From the 1680s several large publishers formed a more permanent association which came to be known as the `conger' (the name being variously derived from congerere, `to bring together', and from the big eel which gobbles up the small fry).

importancia cada vez mayor

growing importance

growing significance

The author briefly reviews the growing importance of international telecommunications networks and computers to the business activities of companies.

Information retrieval, particularly from new media, is of growing significance and requires continuing research effort.

importancia histórica

historical significance

The author discusses the historical significance of the goblets, identified as chalices, which were found in late Byzantine graves.

importancia primordial

key importance

An information section has been an integral part of the library structure for some considerable time and is thus of key importance.

importancia + radicar

the importance of + Nombre + lie

The importance of serials lies in the relative speed at which they are able to communicate information on the results of scholarly research=La importancia de las publicaciones seriadas radica en la velocidad relativa con que son capaces de informar sobre los resultados de la investigación científica.

importancia + residir

the importance of + Nombre + lie

The importance of serials lies in the relative speed at which they are able to communicate information on the results of scholarly research=La importancia de las publicaciones seriadas radica en la velocidad relativa con que son capaces de informar sobre los resultados de la investigación científica.

importancia + yacer

the importance of + Nombre + lie

The importance of serials lies in the relative speed at which they are able to communicate information on the results of scholarly research=La importancia de las publicaciones seriadas radica en la velocidad relativa con que son capaces de informar sobre los resultados de la investigación científica.

minimizar la importancia

minimise + importance

Like most of 'women's work', much of scientific communication has been so invisible to outsiders that it has been taken for granted, and its importance is often minimised.

nada de importancia

nothing in particular

nothing major

Anthony Datto thanked them for having permitted him to unburden himself and after a few desultory remarks about the nasty weather and nothing in particular, they parted.

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The cooling fan is a bit loud, but nothing major.

no dar la merecida importancia

understate

University faculty generally understate prices of textbooks for their courses=El profesorado universitario generalmente subestima los precios de los libros de textos de sus cursos.

no darle demasiada importancia a Algo

think + little of

It was obvious to the committeemen that these new residents of Boston were generally unlettered and `think little of moral and intellectual culture'.

no darle demasiada importancia a + Infinitivo

think + nothing of + Gerundio

To visit Newport is to jump into a different world where Astors and Vandeerbilts thought nothing of setting aside $300,000 for summer entertaining.

no darle importancia a

think + very little about/of

Microscopists think very little about plucking an innocent and unsuspecting insect from the garden, killing it, and pulling it to bits for study under a microscope.

no percatarse de la importancia de Algo

have + no feeling for

It is when speakers have no feeling for pause that their speech seems to burble on without any arresting quality; the club bore is a burbler: he has not learnt the eloquence of silence.

no poder dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo

cannot + give + too much emphasis + to the importance of

the importance of + Nombre + cannot be stressed too strongly

Hence too much emphasis cannot be given to the importance of isolating and articulating the main problem.

The importance of single-source authoritative direction cannot be stressed too strongly=No se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de una única fuente de autoridad.

no se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo

the importance of + Nombre + cannot be overemphasised

the importance of + Nombre + cannot be overstressed

the importance of + Nombre + cannot be overstated

The importance of establishing these detailed policies cannot be overemphasized=No se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de establecer estas normas de funcionamiento detalladas.

The importance of making regular back-ups of data cannot be overstressed=No se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de hacer copias de seguridad de la información periódicas.

The importance of good direction and leadership cannot be overstated=No se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de una buena dirección y un buen liderazgo.

no tener importancia

be of no importance

make + no difference

be of no consequence

Titles and authors are of no importance, and grouping books under subjects (fairy tales, adventure) is ineffective because the categories are not understood.

Although upper and lower case makes no difference when typing in your name, it does make a difference in the password.

Who gets killed is of no consequence but the fact that people are killed is of consequence.

no tener la menor importancia

be of no particular concern

Whether or not the distribution fits a Bradford distribution is of no particular concern.

ordenar por orden de importancia

rank + in order

After calculating the value of 'R' for each of the search terms, the computer can rank the terms in order.

orden decreciente de importancia

decreasing order of importance

The issue can be imagined as a series of concentric circles, the problem investigated being at the centre, and related topics around it in a decreasing order of importance.

orden de importancia[En un sistema de indización precoordinado, principio que establece el orden de presentación de los conceptos de un encabezamiento compuesto por ejemplo, Corazón - Enfermedades, en donde el orden es Cosa - Proceso][En un sistema de indización precoordinado, principio que establece el orden de presentación de los conceptos de un encabezamiento compuesto por ejemplo, Corazón - Enfermedades, en donde el orden es Cosa - Proceso]

significance order of terms

pecking order

significance order

EJ Coates, former editor of the British Technology Index, has suggested a significance order of terms which helps us to determine the citation order in headings for compound subjects, at least up to a point.

Libraries have a peculiar pecking order - public, academic, special.

So we can develop our significance order one stage further, to give us Thing-Material-Action.

pérdida de importancia

demise

swing away from

Murra described a number of these enterprises, their virtues and weaknesses and the possible explanations for their demise.

There appears to be a swing away from the subjects of cataloguing and indexing and library automation.

poca importancia

unimportance

low profile

A large problem with old age stems from a feeling of worthlessness and unimportance.

The author examines the reasons for the low profile of libraries and the low expectation of the community of its library service.

poner de relieve la importancia

underscore + the importance

However, acute infections are uncommonly recognized clinically, underscoring the importance of screening individuals at risk.

prestar importancia a

place + weight on

The frequency of reading by patrons while at the library may be somewhat surprising given the weight that libraries currently place on new technologies.

que le presta gran importancia a la cultura

culture-conscious

The library benefits from the 'halo effect' surrounding any educational institution in a culture-conscious country, even though some of its work may not qualify as educational by reasonable definitions.

quitar importancia

de-emphasise [de-emphasize, -USA]

understate

trivialise [trivialize, -USA]

minimise + importance

downplay

gloss over

negate

soft-pedal

play + Nombre + down

I did de-emphasize it, because authority information is not nearly as important in an online catalog as it is in a bookform catalog, where it is absolutely imperative to have it.

University faculty generally understate prices of textbooks for their courses=El profesorado universitario generalmente subestima los precios de los libros de textos de sus cursos.

The suggestion proposes changes that will raise the reference librarian's status, thus trivialising an interesting and complicated problem.

Like most of 'women's work', much of scientific communication has been so invisible to outsiders that it has been taken for granted, and its importance is often minimised.

The author focuses on the sites offering features that downplay the technology in favour of the human touch.

To some extent this worked - haphazardly perhaps, but in a cheerful atmosphere that, though he did not realize it then, glossed over the inadequacies of his approach.

Thus excessive delays in the availability of cataloguing records from the central agency will negate much of the value of a central service.

Antisemitism soft-pedal the importance of religious belief for comprehending the persistence of Jew-hatred.

It's easier to play things down then hold your ground.

quitar importancia a un problema

trivialise + trouble

Television shows foster titillating discussion topics and trivialize troubles.

quitarle importancia a Algo

make + light of

The government should have made light of this whole affair and it would have quietly slipped away almost unnoticed.

quitarle importancia a las cosas

make + light of things

A pert nose reveals a cheeky, fun-loving person, someone who knows how to make light of things.

realzar la importancia

heighten + importance

This article describes changes which will heighten the importance of telephone information service in academic libraries.

recalcar la importancia de

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stress + the importance of

George Cunha stressed the importance of having a written disaster plan ahead of time and that replacement was generally cheaper than recovery.

recibir importancia

enjoy + prominence

The large American law school library is currently enjoying unprecedented prominence and attention.

recobrar importancia

make + a comeback

For quite some time wall-to-wall carpeting was considered an outdated form of flooring but it has recently made a comeback.

remarcar la importancia

underline + importance

The sheer volume of information published has underlined the importance of secondary, current awareness and abstracting publications.

resaltar la importancia

underscore + the importance

However, acute infections are uncommonly recognized clinically, underscoring the importance of screening individuals at risk.

resaltar la importancia de

stress + the importance of

emphasise + the importance of

highlight + the importance of

George Cunha stressed the importance of having a written disaster plan ahead of time and that replacement was generally cheaper than recovery.

This article emphasises the importance of stamp collecting as a hobby in the survival of these essentially ephemeral items=Este artículo destaca la importancia de la filatelia como una afición para la supervivencia de este material esencialmente efímeros.

New studies highlight the importance of bowel prep and effectiveness of colonoscopy.

restar importancia

minimise + importance

downplay

gloss over

negate

soft-pedal

play + Nombre + down

tone down

sweeten + the pill

sugar-coat + the pill

sugar + the pill

sugar-coat

take + the teeth out of

take + the bite out of

take + the sting out of + Algo

Like most of 'women's work', much of scientific communication has been so invisible to outsiders that it has been taken for granted, and its importance is often minimised.

The author focuses on the sites offering features that downplay the technology in favour of the human touch.

To some extent this worked - haphazardly perhaps, but in a cheerful atmosphere that, though he did not realize it then, glossed over the inadequacies of his approach.

Thus excessive delays in the availability of cataloguing records from the central agency will negate much of the value of a central service.

Antisemitism soft-pedal the importance of religious belief for comprehending the persistence of Jew-hatred.

It's easier to play things down then hold your ground.

We found an increasing trend toward a more structured approach in data gathering procedures, while loose data collection was toned down significantly.

They also differ in their views of what can be done to 'sweeten the pill,' whether death ought to be viewed as a barrier to self-fulfillment or a means of self-transcendence.

The government has attempted to sugar-coat the pill by making various promises about maintenance of employment and working conditions.

Liberal economists like to sugar the pill by talking about constructing a social safety net.

Some Muslims try to sugar-coat the ugly truths about the way their religion is practised.

Sometimes making fun of something terrible helps to take the teeth out of it.

The aim of this paper is to chart a different course of interpretation through Husserl's earliest work; a course which doesn't take all of the bite out of Heidegger's critique of technology.

The director amplified: 'The personal touch would probably take some sting out of the layoff, but if I did it this way I could avoid involved discussions'.

restarle importancia a Algo

make + light of

The government should have made light of this whole affair and it would have quietly slipped away almost unnoticed.

restarle importancia a las cosas

make + light of things

A pert nose reveals a cheeky, fun-loving person, someone who knows how to make light of things.

revestir importancia

assume + importance

A topic such as metal fatigue assumed a new importance in the 1950s as the unexpected cause of at least two major disasters.

ser de importancia primordial

be of key importance

An information section has been an integral part of the library structure for some considerable time and is thus of key importance.

ser de importancia vital

lie at + the heart of

Although the distinction between 'societies' and 'institutions' lies at the heart of the code.

sin darle importancia

airily

Perhaps Jane Austen was aware of this, for having stated the fact of the elopement briefly, she says airily: 'Let other pens dwell on guilt and misery, I quit such odious subjects as soon as I can'.

sin importancia[Para otros adjetivos terminados con este sufijo véase 'ible']

negligible

unimportant

trifling

immaterial

of no consequence

nothing major

Microforms are obviously very compact, and the microforms themselves occupy negligible space.

The maintenance of orderly shelf arrangement is often considered an unimportant chore.

But to employ a professional librarian on a case where the intellectual content is trifling and the clerical labour massive is as unreasonable as to call in a detective to trace a pair of mislaid spectacles=Aunque contratar a un bibliotecario para un trabajo donde el contenido intelectual es insignificante y el trabajo administrativo enorme es tan poco razonable como llamar a un detective para buscar unas gafas extraviadas.

Coblans shows in his paper that the 'information explosion' is largely immaterial anyway due to the sheer irrelevance of much published literature.

Don't waste your time on this mean-spirited little film of no consequence.

The cooling fan is a bit loud, but nothing major.

subrayar la importancia

underline + importance

underscore + the importance

The sheer volume of information published has underlined the importance of secondary, current awareness and abstracting publications.

However, acute infections are uncommonly recognized clinically, underscoring the importance of screening individuals at risk.

tema de secundaria importancia

footnote

As a footnote, two caveats should be raised.

tener gran importancia

be of high significance

The goal may be of little value or of high scientific or cultural significance, but energy is put forth to accomplish a task.

tener importancia

carry + weight

have + high profile

be of consequence

The reasons given by librarians for the introduction of community information services into public libraries are not necessarily the right ones or carry equal weight.

Before the launch of Penguin Books India in 1987, trade publishing in English in India did not have the high profile in bookstores it has today..

Who gets killed is of no consequence but the fact that people are killed is of consequence.

tener la misma importancia

carry + equal weight

The reasons given by librarians for the introduction of community information services into public libraries are not necessarily the right ones or carry equal weight.

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