original


original
adj.
1 original (nuevo, primero).
2 eccentric, different (raro).
m.
original.
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original
adjetivo
1 (gen) original
nombre masculino
1 original
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FRASEOLOGÍA
en el original in the original
ser original de (procedente de, nacido en) from
productos originales de Cuba products from Cuba
mi familia es original de América my family is originally from America
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noun m. adj.
original
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1. ADJ
1) (=inicial) [idea, documento, idioma] original; [edición] first

van a intentar devolver la zona a su estado original — they are going to try to return the area to its original state

pecado 1)
2) (=novedoso) original

el guión tiene poco de original — the script is not very original

3) (=raro) unusual, original; (=extravagante) eccentric

él siempre tiene que ser tan original — iró he always has to be so different

4) (=creativo) original

es un escritor muy original — he's a very original writer

5) (=procedente)

ser original de — [planta, animal] to be native to

2. SM
1) (=modelo) original

no se parece en nada al original — it doesn't look anything like the original

2) (Tip) (tb: original de imprenta) manuscript, original, copy
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I
adjetivo
1) (primero, no copiado) original
2) <artista/enfoque> original

tú siempre tan original! — (iró) you always have to be different!

II
masculino original

un original de Dalí — a Dalí original, an original Dalí

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= creative, manuscript, master, master copy, original, original document, master, raw, pristine, founding, unedited.
Ex. His definitive article, 'Backlog to Frontlog,' Library Journal (September 15, 1969), was indicative of his creative and simple, yet effective and economical solutions to traditional library problems.
Ex. A manuscript is a writing made by hand (including musical scores), typescripts, and inscriptions on clay tablets, stone, etc.
Ex. The great significance of a fully developed network will be that it will relieve libraries of the necessity of maintaining their own copies of the master data base.
Ex. Normally, before a manuscript is printed or duplicated in multiple copies the editor will be provided with printer's proofs or a master copy.
Ex. Here entry is made under the original author of an edition that has been revised, enlarged, updated, condensed, and so on by another person.
Ex. An abstract is a concise and accurate representation of the contents of a document, in a style similar to that of the original document.
Ex. The supply would need to be replenished when the multiple copies had been used, so a master would be kept - usually for offset litho reproduction or for cutting a stencil on an electronic scanner.
Ex. Vegetable fibres in their raw state contain the necessary strands of cellulose which can be converted into paper.
Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
Ex. The founding missions have being found increasingly ill-suited for the demands of the marketplace.
Ex. This bank of data represented a valuable source of unedited views about users' perceptions, thoughts and attitudes about libraries and electronic resources.
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* base de datos en estado original = raw database.
* edición original = original edition.
* error del original = sic.
* estar hecho con la mismas dimensiones que el original = be to scale.
* original de una obra de arte = art original.
* original listo para reproducir = camera-ready copy.
* pecado original, el = original sin, the.
* poco original = unoriginal.
* título original = original title.
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I
adjetivo
1) (primero, no copiado) original
2) <artista/enfoque> original

tú siempre tan original! — (iró) you always have to be different!

II
masculino original

un original de Dalí — a Dalí original, an original Dalí

* * *
= creative, manuscript, master, master copy, original, original document, master, raw, pristine, founding, unedited.

Ex: His definitive article, 'Backlog to Frontlog,' Library Journal (September 15, 1969), was indicative of his creative and simple, yet effective and economical solutions to traditional library problems.

Ex: A manuscript is a writing made by hand (including musical scores), typescripts, and inscriptions on clay tablets, stone, etc.
Ex: The great significance of a fully developed network will be that it will relieve libraries of the necessity of maintaining their own copies of the master data base.
Ex: Normally, before a manuscript is printed or duplicated in multiple copies the editor will be provided with printer's proofs or a master copy.
Ex: Here entry is made under the original author of an edition that has been revised, enlarged, updated, condensed, and so on by another person.
Ex: An abstract is a concise and accurate representation of the contents of a document, in a style similar to that of the original document.
Ex: The supply would need to be replenished when the multiple copies had been used, so a master would be kept - usually for offset litho reproduction or for cutting a stencil on an electronic scanner.
Ex: Vegetable fibres in their raw state contain the necessary strands of cellulose which can be converted into paper.
Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
Ex: The founding missions have being found increasingly ill-suited for the demands of the marketplace.
Ex: This bank of data represented a valuable source of unedited views about users' perceptions, thoughts and attitudes about libraries and electronic resources.
* base de datos en estado original = raw database.
* edición original = original edition.
* error del original = sic.
* estar hecho con la mismas dimensiones que el original = be to scale.
* original de una obra de arte = art original.
* original listo para reproducir = camera-ready copy.
* pecado original, el = original sin, the.
* poco original = unoriginal.
* título original = original title.

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original1
adjective
A
1 (primero, inicial) ‹texto› original
en su forma original in its original form
2 (no copiado) original
es un Hockney original it's an original Hockney
B (novedoso) ‹artista/novela/enfoque› original
¡tú siempre tan original! (iró); you always have to be different!
C
(de un país, una región): el maíz es original de América corn originated in o originally came from America, corn is native to America
original2
masculine
original
un original de Dalí a Dalí original, an original Dalí
mándale el original y archiva la copia send her the original and file the copy
lo leyó en el original she read it in the original French ( o Spanish etc)
Compuesto:
original de imprenta
original, manuscript
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original adjetivo / noun masculine
original
original
I adjetivo original
II mf original: tengo que entregar el original a la imprenta, I have to give the original to the printer's
'original' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
m.s.
- novedosa
- novedoso
- originaria
- originario
- pecado
- primitiva
- primitivo
- promotor
- promotora
- retornar
- subtítulo
- versión
- vista
- visto
- VO
- subtitular
English:
arrange
- beat down
- close
- creative
- derivative
- first
- individual
- master
- novel
- original
- originally
- sell back
- unconventional
- unusual
- different
- line
- secondary
- stick
- unoriginal
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original
adj
1. [nuevo, primero] original;
el texto original the original text;
en versión original in the original version
2. [no imitación] original;
este es original y esta la copia this is original and this is the copy;
un Velázquez original an original Velázquez
3. [inusual] original;
esa corbata es muy original that's a very original o unusual tie
4. [raro] different, eccentric;
tú siempre tan original you always have to be different
5. [procedente]
ser original de [persona] to be a native of;
[animal, planta] to be native to
nm
1. [primera versión] original;
hay que entregar tres copias y el original you have to give them the original and three copies;
leer algo en el original to read sth in the original
2. [manuscrito] manuscript
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original
m/adj original
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original adj & nm
: original
originalmente adv
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original adj n original

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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