efímero


efímero
adj.
1 short-lived, fleeting, brief, fly-by-night.
2 liable to disappear.
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efímero
adjetivo
1 ephemeral, brief
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(f. - efímera)
adj.
ephemeral, short-lived
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ADJ ephemeral
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-ra adjetivo ephemeral
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= ephemeral, fleeting, volatile, evanescent, short-lived [shortlived], transient, vanishing.
Ex. Some books had to be rebound, some discarded and replaced on microfilm, and others, of ephemeral interest, received typed paper labels covered with Mylar tape.
Ex. From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
Ex. The market is relatively volatile and changes are to be expected.
Ex. The flamboyance of the earliest modern face proved evanescent, and it was a restrained interpretation of the design, combining elements of both the English and the French modern faces, that prevailed.
Ex. Many centres were short-lived, so the picture was always in a state of flux.
Ex. The suppliers of this circulation system recommend that the readers are given numbers and names only, since it will not be cost-effective to store full addresses, particularly with a relatively transient population such as that of a university.
Ex. Librarians have a great role to play in the systematic collection of such material which constitutes a rich but vanishing source for the study of Nigeria's history.
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* documentación efímera = fugitive literature.
* material efímero = ephemera, ephemeral, fugitive material.
* no efímero = non-volatile [nonvolatile].
* trabajo de impresión de material efímero = ephemeral jobbing.
* trabajos de impresión de material efímero = jobbing work.
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-ra adjetivo ephemeral
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= ephemeral, fleeting, volatile, evanescent, short-lived [shortlived], transient, vanishing.

Ex: Some books had to be rebound, some discarded and replaced on microfilm, and others, of ephemeral interest, received typed paper labels covered with Mylar tape.

Ex: From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
Ex: The market is relatively volatile and changes are to be expected.
Ex: The flamboyance of the earliest modern face proved evanescent, and it was a restrained interpretation of the design, combining elements of both the English and the French modern faces, that prevailed.
Ex: Many centres were short-lived, so the picture was always in a state of flux.
Ex: The suppliers of this circulation system recommend that the readers are given numbers and names only, since it will not be cost-effective to store full addresses, particularly with a relatively transient population such as that of a university.
Ex: Librarians have a great role to play in the systematic collection of such material which constitutes a rich but vanishing source for the study of Nigeria's history.
* documentación efímera = fugitive literature.
* material efímero = ephemera, ephemeral, fugitive material.
* no efímero = non-volatile [nonvolatile].
* trabajo de impresión de material efímero = ephemeral jobbing.
* trabajos de impresión de material efímero = jobbing work.

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efímero -ra
adjective
ephemeral
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efímero
-ra adjetivo

ephemeral
efímero,-a adjetivo ephemeral

'efímero' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
efímera
- transitorio
English:
ephemeral
- fleeting
- short-lived
- short
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efímero, -a adj
ephemeral
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efímero
adj ephemeral, short-lived
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efímero, -ra adj
: ephemeral

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • efímero — efímero, ra adjetivo pasajero, fugaz, huidizo, perecedero, breve. ≠ duradero, perpetuo. Aunque en rigor etimológico efímero se dice de lo que dura un solo día, se usa a menudo en vez de los sinónimos aquí citados. * * * …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • efímero — efímero, ra adjetivo 1. (antepuesto / pospuesto) Uso/registro: elevado. Que tiene una corta duración, o que pasa pronto: una efímera sonrisa, una juventud efímera. Tras un efímero reinado abdicó …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • efímero — Relativo a una situación de vida corta, tal como la fiebre. Diccionario Mosby Medicina, Enfermería y Ciencias de la Salud, Ediciones Hancourt, S.A. 1999 …   Diccionario médico

  • efimero — v. effimero …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • efímero — efímero, ra (Del gr. ἐφήμερος, de un día). 1. adj. Pasajero, de corta duración. 2. Que tiene la duración de un solo día. 3. (Por la brevedad de vida de este insecto). f. cachipolla …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • efímero — ► adjetivo 1 Que dura un solo día: ■ la amapola es una flor efímera. 2 Que dura muy poco tiempo: ■ la felicidad absoluta es una sensación efímera. SINÓNIMO breve pasajero corto fugaz momentáneo …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • efímero — {{#}}{{LM E14243}}{{〓}} {{SynE14581}} {{[}}efímero{{]}}, {{[}}efímera{{]}} ‹e·fí·me·ro, ra› {{《}}▍ adj.{{》}} Pasajero o que dura poco tiempo: • El poeta se queja de que la vida es efímera y huidiza.{{○}} {{★}}{{\}}ETIMOLOGÍA:{{/}} Del griego… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • efímero — Un organismo que tiene un corto ciclo de vida …   Diccionario ecologico

  • efimero — e·fì·me·ro agg., s.m. var. → effimero …   Dizionario italiano

  • efímero — (adj) (Intermedio) que no dura mucho tiempo y se acaba rápidamente; fugaz, momentáneo, pasajero Ejemplos: Reiniciaron los ataques tras la efímera tregua que había durado solamente dos semanas. Su fama resultó ser efímera, ahora ya nadie la… …   Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate

  • efímero — ra adj. Que tiene la duración de un solo día. Pasajero, de corta duración. f. Insecto arquíptero de unos dos cm. ceniciento, con manchas oscuras en las alas y tres cerditas en la parte posterior. Apenas vive un día …   Diccionario Castellano


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