toma


toma
f.
1 feed.
2 dose.
3 capture.
4 inlet.
toma de corriente (Elec) power point, socket
toma de tierra (Elec) earth (British), ground (United States)
5 take (Cine) (plano).
toma de exteriores location shot
6 photo, photograph, shot, snapshot.
7 intake, inlet.
8 takeover, taking, overtaking.
9 spigot.
10 swallowing, ingestion.
11 socket.
pres.indicat.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: tomar.
* * *
toma
(aquí tienes) here you are, here
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toma
nombre femenino
1 (acción) taking
2 MEDICINA dose
3 MILITAR capture
4 (de aire) intake, inlet; (de agua) outlet, tap; (de electricidad) plug, socket
5 (grabación) recording
6 CINEMATOGRAFÍA take, shot
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FRASEOLOGÍA
toma de conciencia awareness
toma de corriente power point
toma de muestras sampling
toma de posesión takeover
toma de tierra ELECTRICIDAD earth, US ground 2 (de avión) landing, touchdown
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noun f.
1) taking
2) intake
3) dose
4) capture, seizure
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1. SF
1) (Téc) [de agua, gas] (=entrada) inlet; (=salida) outlet

toma de aire — air inlet, air intake

toma de antena — (Radio, TV) aerial socket

toma de corriente — power point

toma de tierra — earth (wire), ground (wire) (EEUU)

2) (Cine, TV) shot

la película empieza con una toma aérea — the film begins with an aerial shot

¡escena primera, tercera toma! — scene one, take three!

toma directa — live shot

3) [de jarabe, medicina] dose; [de bebé] feed

toma de rapé — pinch of snuff

4) (Mil) (=captura) taking, capture

la toma de Granada — the taking o capture of Granada

la toma de la Bastilla — the storming of the Bastille

5) LAm (=acequia) irrigation channel; CAm (=arroyo) brook
6)

toma de conciencia — realization

toma de contacto — initial contact

toma de decisiones — decision-making, decision-taking

toma de declaración — taking of evidence

toma de hábito — (Rel) taking of vows

toma de posesión, mañana tendrá lugar la toma de posesión del nuevo presidente — the new president will take office tomorrow

toma de tierra — (Aer) landing, touchdown

2.
SM

toma y daca — give and take

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femenino
1)
a) (Mil) capture, taking

la toma de la Bastilla — the storming of the Bastille

b) (de universidad, fábrica) occupation; (de tierras) seizure
2) (Cin, Fot) shot

el director quiere repetir esa toma — the director wants to do that take again

3) (de medicamento) dose
4) (de datos) gathering; (de muestras) taking

la toma de decisiones — the decision-making

5) (en yudo) hold
6) (AmL) (acequia) irrigation channel
* * *
= shot, seizure, take, inlet.
Ex. Each video shot is logged using text descriptions, audio dialogue, and cinematic attributes.
Ex. Penalties that can be imposed range from seizure and forfeiture of the articles and the means by which they were produced to fines or imprisonment.
Ex. Bibliographic information required includes: types of recordings listed; location of recording sessions; matrix numbers; takes or take numbers; issue dates; and types of index contained in the discography.
Ex. The cell arrival processes on the inlets of the switching element are of a bursty nature.
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* apoyo a la toma de decisiones = decision support.
* árbol para la toma de decisiones = decision tree.
* hoja de toma de datos = checklist [check-list], data sheet [datasheet].
* imposibilidad de toma de decisiones = undecidability.
* posibilidad de toma de decisiones = decidability.
* reacio a la toma de riesgos = risk-averse.
* sistema de apoyo a la toma de decisiones = decision support system, decision making system.
* toma de aire = air intake.
* toma de apuntes = note-taking.
* toma de conciencia = realisation [realization, -USA], reality check.
* toma de contacto entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.
* toma de corriente = outlet, socket, socket outlet, light socket.
* toma de decisiones = decision making [decision-making], decision taking.
* toma de decisiones con conocimiento de causa = informed decision making.
* toma de decisiones fundadas = informed decision making.
* toma de iniciativas = initiative taking.
* toma de luz = outlet, power point, socket, socket outlet.
* toma de medidas = action.
* toma de notas = note-taking.
* toma de riesgos = risk-taking, calculated risk-taking.
* toma de tierra = earthing.
* toma de turnos en la conversación = turn-taking [turntaking].
* toma eléctrica = outlet, socket, electrical outlet.
* toma falsa = outtake.
* Tomás de Aquino = Thomas Aquinas.
* toma y daca = give and take.
* * *
femenino
1)
a) (Mil) capture, taking

la toma de la Bastilla — the storming of the Bastille

b) (de universidad, fábrica) occupation; (de tierras) seizure
2) (Cin, Fot) shot

el director quiere repetir esa toma — the director wants to do that take again

3) (de medicamento) dose
4) (de datos) gathering; (de muestras) taking

la toma de decisiones — the decision-making

5) (en yudo) hold
6) (AmL) (acequia) irrigation channel
* * *
= shot, seizure, take, inlet.

Ex: Each video shot is logged using text descriptions, audio dialogue, and cinematic attributes.

Ex: Penalties that can be imposed range from seizure and forfeiture of the articles and the means by which they were produced to fines or imprisonment.
Ex: Bibliographic information required includes: types of recordings listed; location of recording sessions; matrix numbers; takes or take numbers; issue dates; and types of index contained in the discography.
Ex: The cell arrival processes on the inlets of the switching element are of a bursty nature.
* apoyo a la toma de decisiones = decision support.
* árbol para la toma de decisiones = decision tree.
* hoja de toma de datos = checklist [check-list], data sheet [datasheet].
* imposibilidad de toma de decisiones = undecidability.
* posibilidad de toma de decisiones = decidability.
* reacio a la toma de riesgos = risk-averse.
* sistema de apoyo a la toma de decisiones = decision support system, decision making system.
* toma de aire = air intake.
* toma de apuntes = note-taking.
* toma de conciencia = realisation [realization, -USA], reality check.
* toma de contacto entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.
* toma de corriente = outlet, socket, socket outlet, light socket.
* toma de decisiones = decision making [decision-making], decision taking.
* toma de decisiones con conocimiento de causa = informed decision making.
* toma de decisiones fundadas = informed decision making.
* toma de iniciativas = initiative taking.
* toma de luz = outlet, power point, socket, socket outlet.
* toma de medidas = action.
* toma de notas = note-taking.
* toma de riesgos = risk-taking, calculated risk-taking.
* toma de tierra = earthing.
* toma de turnos en la conversación = turn-taking [turntaking].
* toma eléctrica = outlet, socket, electrical outlet.
* toma falsa = outtake.
* Tomás de Aquino = Thomas Aquinas.
* toma y daca = give and take.

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toma
feminine
A
1 (Mil) capture, taking
la toma de la Bastilla the storming of the Bastille
2 (de una universidad, fábrica) occupation
la toma de tierras por los campesinos the occupation o seizure of lands by the peasants
B
1 (Fot) shot
2 (Cin, TV):
unas tomas magníficas del paisaje some magnificent shots of the countryside
el director quiere repetir esa toma the director wants to do that take again
C (de un medicamento) dose
D (de datos) gathering, collecting, collection; (de muestras) taking
la toma de decisiones the taking of decisions, the decision-making
E (en yudo) hold
F (Esp fam):
estar de toma y pan moja;
(muy guapo) to be easy on the eye, to be a real looker (colloq); (muy sabroso) to be very tasty (colloq)
G (AmL) (acequia) irrigation channel
Compuestos:
toma de agua
(de una máquina) intake, inlet; (grifo) faucet (AmE), tap (BrE); (para incendios) hydrant; (de una acequia) point where water can be drawn off
toma de aire
air intake, air inlet
toma de beneficios
(Bolsa) profit-taking
toma de combustible
fuel intake, fuel inlet
toma de conciencia
esta toma de conciencia del problema the fact that people have become aware o conscious of the problem, this new awareness of the problem
toma de contacto
(contacto) contact; (contacto inicial) first o initial contact
no ha habido toma de contacto entre ellos there has been no contact between them, they have not been in contact
toma de corriente
(wall) socket, power point, outlet (AmE)
toma de posesión
(de un presidente) inauguration; (de ministros) swearing-in ceremony
(en un cargo): el día de mi toma de posesión the day I took up my post
toma de postura
su toma de postura sorprendió a mucha gente his stance surprised many people
esta toma de postura de la Iglesia the adoption of this stance by the Church, the fact that the Church has adopted o taken this stance
toma de tierra
A (Elec) ground (AmE), ground wire ( o connection etc) (AmE), earth (BrE), earth wire ( o connection etc) (BrE)
B (Aviac) landing, touchdown
toma y daca
masculine (intercambio de favores, servicios) give-and-take; (en un combate, una prueba) cut-and-thrust
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Del verbo tomar: (conjugate tomar)

toma es:

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

2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

Multiple Entries:
toma    
tomar
toma sustantivo femenino
1
a) (Mil) capture, taking

b) (de universidad, fábrica) occupation;

(de tierras) seizure
2 (Cin, Fot — imagen) shot;
(— acción de filmar) take
3 (de medicamento) dose
4 (de datos) gathering;
(de muestras) taking;
la toma de decisiones the decision-making

5 (AmL) (acequia) irrigation channel
6
a)

toma de tierra (Elec) ground (wire) (AmE), earth (wire) (BrE)

b) (Aviac) landing, touchdown

tomar (conjugate tomar) verbo transitivo
1 (en general) to take;
tomé un libro de la estantería I took a book from the shelf;

la tomé de la mano I took her by the hand;
toma lo que te debo here's what I owe you;
¿lo puedo toma prestado? can I borrow it?;
tomó el asunto en sus manos she took charge of the matter;
toma precauciones/el tren/una foto to take precautions/the train/a picture;
tomale la temperatura a algn to take sb's temperature;
toma algo por escrito to write sth down;
toma algo/a algn POR algo/algn to take sth/sb for sth/sb;
¿por quién me has tomado? who o what do you take me for?;
lo tomó a mal/a broma he took it the wrong way/as a joke;
eso toma demasiado tiempo that takes up too much time
2
a) (beber) to drink;

el niño toma (el) pecho the baby's being breast-fed

b) (servirse, consumir) to have;

¿qué vas a toma? what are you going to have?

3 (esp AmL)
a) (contratar) to take on

b) [profesor] ‹alumnos/clasesto take on

c) [colegio] ‹niñoto take

4 (apoderarse de) ‹fortaleza/tierrasto seize;
universidad/fábricato occupy
5 (adquirir) ‹formato take;
aspectoto take on;
velocidad/alturato gain;
costumbreto get into
6 (cobrar):
le he tomado cariño a esta casa/a la niña I've become quite attached to this house/quite fond of the girl

7 (exponerse a):
toma el aire to get some (fresh) air;

toma (el) sol to sunbathe;
vas a toma frío (CS) you'll get o catch cold
verbo intransitivo
1 (asir):
toma, aquí tienes tus tijeras here are your scissors;

tome, yo no lo necesito take it, I don't need it
2 (esp AmL) (beber alcohol) to drink
3 (AmL) (ir) to go;
tomaon para el norte they went north;

toma a la derecha to turn o go right
4 [injerto] to take
tomarse verbo pronominal
1vacaciones/tiempoto take;
se tomó el día libre he took the day off

2molestia/libertadto take;
tomase la molestia/libertad de hacer algo to take the trouble to do sth/the liberty of doing sth

3 (enf)
a)café/vinoto drink

b)medicamento/vitaminasto take

c)desayuno/merienda/sopato eat, have;

helado/yogurto have
4autobús/tren/taxito take
5 (Med)
a) (refl) to take;

se tomó la temperatura she took her temperature

b) (caus):

tomase la tensión to have one's blood pressure taken

6 (caus) (esp AmL) ‹fototo have … taken
7 (enf) (reaccionar frente a) ‹comentario/noticiato take;
no te lo tomes a mal don't take it the wrong way

8 (Chi) ‹universidad/fábricato occupy
toma sustantivo femenino
1 (acción de tomar) taking
(de datos) gathering
(de una ciudad, un edificio) taking, occupation
Mil capture
toma de posesión, investiture
2 Cine Fot shot
(secuencia) take
3 (dosis) dose
4 Elec toma de corriente, power point, US socket
toma de tierra, earth, US ground
5 toma de conciencia, awareness, realization
tomar verbo transitivo
1 (coger, agarrar) to take: tomó mi mano, he took my hand
toma las llaves, here are the keys
2 (autobús, taxi, etc) to take, catch: tomé el ascensor, I took the lift o elevator
tengo que tomar el próximo tren, I have to catch the next train
3 (alimentos) to have
(bebidas) to drink
(medicinas) to take
4 (adoptar) to take, adopt: tomaron medidas desesperadas, they took desperate measures
5 (tener cierta reacción) no lo tomes a broma, don't take it as a joke
6 (juzgar) no me tomes por idiota, don't think I'm stupid
(confundirse) le tomaron por Robert Redford, they mistook him for Robert Redford
7 (el aire, el fresco, etc) to get
tomar el sol, to sunbathe
8 (en carretera) decidió tomar la autopista, he decided to take the motorway
9 (apuntes, notas) to take
10 (fotos) to take
11 Av tomar tierra, to land, touch down 12 ¡toma! excl (sorpresa) well!, why!
(asentimiento) of course!
'toma' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
confianza
- licencia
- pachorra
- potingue
- sana
- sano
- tierra
- tomar
- tranquilidad
- agarrar
- cachondeo
- ligero
- toma y daca
English:
assumption
- capture
- decision making
- earth
- easy-going
- give
- give-and-take
- here
- initiative
- intake
- laugh off
- nightcap
- on
- outtake
- plenty
- plug
- power point
- retake
- seizure
- shot
- so
- socket
- take
- takeover
- treat
- turn
- turn off
- any
- decision
- drink
- hammer
- hydrant
- inaugural
- inauguration
- note
- out
- point
- power
- pride
- quits
- sit
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toma
nf
1. [acción de tomar]
Comp
toma de conciencia realization;
la toma de conciencia tardó mucho tiempo it took some time for people to become aware of the true situation;
toma de decisiones decision-making;
toma de posesión [de gobierno, presidente] investiture;
la toma de posesión será el día 25 [de cargo] he will take up his post on the 25th;
toma de posición o posiciones position taking;
alabaron la toma de posición del presidente en este tema they praised the position taken by the president on this matter
2. [de biberón, papilla] feed
3. [de medicamento] dose
4. [de ciudad] capture;
la toma del castillo the storming of the castle
5. [de agua, aire] inlet
Comp
Am Elec toma de contacto socket, esp Br power point; Elec toma de corriente socket, esp Br power point; Elec toma de tierra Br earth, US ground
6. Cine & TV [plano] take
Comp
toma falsa outtake
7. Col [cauce] irrigation ditch
8. Chile [presa] dam
nm
Fam
toma y daca give and take
* * *
toma
f FOT shot, take
* * *
toma nf
1) : taking, seizure, capture
2) dosis: dose
3) : take, shot
4)
toma de corriente : wall socket, outlet
5)
toma y daca : give-and-take
* * *
toma n
1. (de medicamento) dose
hay que tomar la medicina en dos tomas you have to take the medicine in two doses
2. (en cine) take
repitieron la toma seis veces they repeated the take six times
3. (conquista) taking / capture
la toma de la ciudad the taking of the city
toma de corriente socket / power point

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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