continuo


continuo
adj.
1 continuous, around-the-clock, constant, round-the-clock.
Una función continua (no discreta) A continuous function (not discrete)...
2 nonstop.
3 continuous, one-piece, non broken.
4 continuous, not discrete, indiscrete.
Una función continua (no discreta) A continuous function (not discrete)...
m.
1 continuum, whole, undivided whole.
2 continuo, bass accompaniment in a musical score.
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continuo
adjetivo
1 (seguido) continuous
2 (continuado) continual, constant
nombre masculino continuo
1 (todo) continuum
2 (de gente) flow
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FRASEOLOGÍA
corriente continua direct current
movimiento continuo perpetual motion
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continuo
nombre masculino
1 (todo) continuum
2 (de gente) flow
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(f. - continua)
adj.
continuous, constant
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1. ADJ
1) (=ininterrumpido) [línea, fila] continuous; [dolor, movimiento, crecimiento] constant, continuous; [pesadilla, molestia] constant

marque el número cuando oiga una señal continua — dial the number when you hear a continuous tone

la presencia continua de los militares lo hacía todo más difícil — the constant o continuous presence of the soldiers made everything more difficult

evaluación 2), sesión 3)
2) (=frecuente, repetido) [llamadas, amenazas, críticas, cambios] constant, continual

no aguanto sus continuas quejas — I can't bear his constant o continual complaining

3) (Fís) [movimiento] perpetual
4) (Elec) [corriente] direct
5) (Ling) continuous
6)

de continuo — = continuamente

2.
SM (Fís) continuum
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I
-nua adjetivo
a) (sin interrupción) <dolor> constant; <movimiento/sonido> continuous, constant; <lucha> continual
b) (frecuente) <llamadas/viajes> continual, constant
c)

de continuo — continuamente

II
continuum masculino (frml) continuum
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= continual, continued, continuing, continuous, ongoing [on-going], persistent, running, sustained, steady [steadier -comp., steadiest -sup.], continuum, uninterrupted, long-term, everlasting, unrelieved, back-to-back, unceasing, incessant, ceaseless.
Ex. The second point concerns the continual reference to Haykin's book, a sort of code of subject authority practice and its drawbacks.
Ex. Instructional development is a goal-oriented, problem-solving process involving techniques such as development of specific objectives, analysis of learners and tasks, preliminary trials, formative and summative evaluation, and continued revision.
Ex. They are likely to influence the future function of DC, and the way in which the scheme will evolve, but since there will be a continuing need for shelf arrangement, DC will remain necessary.
Ex. However, in 1983, Forest Press decided to opt for the concept of continuous revision.
Ex. This study has many implications for an ongoing COMARC effort beyond the present pilot project because it is evident that a very small number of libraries can furnish machine-readable records with full LC/MARC encoding.
Ex. Cases keep discussion grounded on certain persistent facts that must be faced, and keep a realistic rein on airy flights of academic speculation.
Ex. Tom Hernandez knew that there had been a 'running feud' between Lespran and Balzac during the last year or so.
Ex. Research has shown that strong centralized control of employees is not the best way to achieve operational efficiency or sustained productivity.
Ex. Susan Blanch is a fairly steady customer, taking only fiction books.
Ex. At the other end of the continuum is the form of hack writing typified by the poorest quality of adventure stories (often mildly pornographic).
Ex. For this purpose it is assumed that the usual 23-letter latin alphabet, or an uninterrupted series of numerals, is used for signing the gatherings.
Ex. Many long-term residents feel that Junctionville should be governed the way it was before Groome appeared -- by 'good old boys' who had worked their way up, who eschewed issues, and who faithfully rewarded their cronies.
Ex. Appraisal is the single most important function performed by an archivist because it has wide-reaching and everlasting social implications.
Ex. 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.
Ex. The conference program includes back-to-back papers on techniques for sorting Unicode data.
Ex. 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.
Ex. The great practical education of the Englishman is derived from incessant intercourse between man and man, in trade.
Ex. Children in modern society are faced with a ceaseless stream of new ideas, and responsibility for their upbringing has generally moved from parents to childminders and teachers.
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* en continuo aumento = ever-increasing.
* en continuo cambio = constantly shifting.
* flujo continuo = continuum.
* formación continua = continuing training.
* formación continua en el trabajo = workplace learning.
* máquina continua de papel = paper-making machine.
* miedo continuo = nagging fear.
* paginación continua = continuous pagination.
* papel continuo de periódico = newsprint.
* papel perforado continuo = continuous computer stationery.
* temor continuo = nagging fear.
* texto continuo = stream of text.
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I
-nua adjetivo
a) (sin interrupción) <dolor> constant; <movimiento/sonido> continuous, constant; <lucha> continual
b) (frecuente) <llamadas/viajes> continual, constant
c)

de continuo — continuamente

II
continuum masculino (frml) continuum
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= continual, continued, continuing, continuous, ongoing [on-going], persistent, running, sustained, steady [steadier -comp., steadiest -sup.], continuum, uninterrupted, long-term, everlasting, unrelieved, back-to-back, unceasing, incessant, ceaseless.

Ex: The second point concerns the continual reference to Haykin's book, a sort of code of subject authority practice and its drawbacks.

Ex: Instructional development is a goal-oriented, problem-solving process involving techniques such as development of specific objectives, analysis of learners and tasks, preliminary trials, formative and summative evaluation, and continued revision.
Ex: They are likely to influence the future function of DC, and the way in which the scheme will evolve, but since there will be a continuing need for shelf arrangement, DC will remain necessary.
Ex: However, in 1983, Forest Press decided to opt for the concept of continuous revision.
Ex: This study has many implications for an ongoing COMARC effort beyond the present pilot project because it is evident that a very small number of libraries can furnish machine-readable records with full LC/MARC encoding.
Ex: Cases keep discussion grounded on certain persistent facts that must be faced, and keep a realistic rein on airy flights of academic speculation.
Ex: Tom Hernandez knew that there had been a 'running feud' between Lespran and Balzac during the last year or so.
Ex: Research has shown that strong centralized control of employees is not the best way to achieve operational efficiency or sustained productivity.
Ex: Susan Blanch is a fairly steady customer, taking only fiction books.
Ex: At the other end of the continuum is the form of hack writing typified by the poorest quality of adventure stories (often mildly pornographic).
Ex: For this purpose it is assumed that the usual 23-letter latin alphabet, or an uninterrupted series of numerals, is used for signing the gatherings.
Ex: Many long-term residents feel that Junctionville should be governed the way it was before Groome appeared -- by 'good old boys' who had worked their way up, who eschewed issues, and who faithfully rewarded their cronies.
Ex: Appraisal is the single most important function performed by an archivist because it has wide-reaching and everlasting social implications.
Ex: 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.
Ex: The conference program includes back-to-back papers on techniques for sorting Unicode data.
Ex: 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.
Ex: The great practical education of the Englishman is derived from incessant intercourse between man and man, in trade.
Ex: Children in modern society are faced with a ceaseless stream of new ideas, and responsibility for their upbringing has generally moved from parents to childminders and teachers.
* en continuo aumento = ever-increasing.
* en continuo cambio = constantly shifting.
* flujo continuo = continuum.
* formación continua = continuing training.
* formación continua en el trabajo = workplace learning.
* máquina continua de papel = paper-making machine.
* miedo continuo = nagging fear.
* paginación continua = continuous pagination.
* papel continuo de periódico = newsprint.
* papel perforado continuo = continuous computer stationery.
* temor continuo = nagging fear.
* texto continuo = stream of text.

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continuo1 -nua
adjective
1 ‹dolor› (sin interrupción) constant; ‹movimiento/sonido› continuous, constant; ‹lucha› continual
2 (frecuente) ‹llamadas/viajes› continual, constant
estoy harto de sus continuas protestas I'm fed up of his continual o constant complaining
3
de continuo continuamente
continuo2, continuum
masculine
(frml)
continuum
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Del verbo continuar: (conjugate continuar)

continúo es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

continuó es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
continuar    
continuo
continuar (conjugate continuar) verbo transitivo
to continue
verbo intransitivo [guerra/espectáculo/vida] to continue;
si las cosas continúan así if things go on o continue like this;


(on signs) continuará to be continued;
la película continúa en cartelera the movie is still showing;

continuo con algo to continue with sth;
continuó diciendo que … she went on to say that …
continuo -nua adjetivo
a) (sin interrupción) ‹dolorconstant;

movimiento/sonidocontinuous, constant;
luchacontinual
b) (frecuente) ‹llamadas/viajescontinual, constant

continuar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo
1 to continue, carry on (with)
2 (seguir en un lugar) continúa viviendo en Brasil, he's still living in Brazil
3 (seguir sucediendo) continúa lloviendo, it is still raining
(una película) continuará, to be continued ➣ Ver nota en continue
continuo,-a adjetivo
1 (incesante) continuous
corriente continua, direct current
Auto línea continua, solid white line
sesión continua, continuous showing
2 (repetido) continual, constant
sus continuos reproches, his endless reproaches
'continuo' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
continua
- continuamente
- intranquila
- intranquilo
- constante
- continuar
- horario
English:
ago
- begin
- continual
- continuous
- now
- pause
- perpetual
- perpetual motion
- persistent
- rattle on
- solid
- teethe
- unbroken
- ache
- endless
- running
- steady
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continuo, -a
adj
1. [ininterrumpido] continuous;
las continuas lluvias obligaron a suspender el partido the continuous rain forced them to call off the game
2. [perseverante] continual;
me irritan sus continuas preguntas her continual questioning irritates me
3. [unido] continuous;
papel continuo continuous stationery
nm
1. [sucesión] succession, series
2. Fís continuum
3. Ling continuum
de continuo loc adv
continually
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continuo
adj
1 (sin parar) continuous;
de continuo constantly
2 (frecuente) continual
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continuo, -nua adj
: continuous, steady, constant
continuamente adv
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continuo adj
1. (ininterrumpido) continuous
el continuo viento the continuous wind
2. (repetido) continual
sus continuas quejas her continual complaints

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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