incipiente


incipiente
adj.
1 incipient (inicial).
una democracia incipiente a fledgling democracy
una amistad incipiente a budding friendship
2 commencing.
f. & m.
neophyte, novice, newbie.
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incipiente
adjetivo
1 incipient
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ADJ incipient
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adjetivo (frml o liter) incipient (liter)
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= burgeoning, emerging, nascent, inchoate, fledging, fledgling [fledgeling], incipient, developing, undeveloped, budding.
Ex. It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.
Ex. We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.
Ex. Later this strip is retyped into ordinary language, for in its nascent form it is intelligible only to the initiated.
Ex. The library symbolises freedom for the reader to pursue his own desires, however inchoate.
Ex. Venture capitalists funded fledging companies in the early days of information technology some of which went on to dominate the market.
Ex. This article describes the experiences of a fledgling information system in dealing with a hurricane which wreaked devastation on some of the most remote areas of Hawaii = Este artículo describe las experiencias de un sistema de información nuevo al verse afectado por un huracán que devastó algunas de las zonas más remotas de Hawaii.
Ex. They are also helpful in the revision of existing systems that show signs of incipient weakness.
Ex. I can join a sporting club and combine developing skills with social activities.
Ex. I would urge you most sincerely and strongly to think twice or three times before putting your shelflist into an undeveloped system.
Ex. The current literature in knowledge management can be described as immature, yet budding.
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* barba incipiente = stubble, stubble beard.
* barba incipiente de moda = designer stubble.
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adjetivo (frml o liter) incipient (liter)
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= burgeoning, emerging, nascent, inchoate, fledging, fledgling [fledgeling], incipient, developing, undeveloped, budding.

Ex: It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.

Ex: We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.
Ex: Later this strip is retyped into ordinary language, for in its nascent form it is intelligible only to the initiated.
Ex: The library symbolises freedom for the reader to pursue his own desires, however inchoate.
Ex: Venture capitalists funded fledging companies in the early days of information technology some of which went on to dominate the market.
Ex: This article describes the experiences of a fledgling information system in dealing with a hurricane which wreaked devastation on some of the most remote areas of Hawaii = Este artículo describe las experiencias de un sistema de información nuevo al verse afectado por un huracán que devastó algunas de las zonas más remotas de Hawaii.
Ex: They are also helpful in the revision of existing systems that show signs of incipient weakness.
Ex: I can join a sporting club and combine developing skills with social activities.
Ex: I would urge you most sincerely and strongly to think twice or three times before putting your shelflist into an undeveloped system.
Ex: The current literature in knowledge management can be described as immature, yet budding.
* barba incipiente = stubble, stubble beard.
* barba incipiente de moda = designer stubble.

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incipiente
adjective
(frml o liter)
1 ‹barba/bigote› incipient (liter)
2 ‹mejoría/síntoma› incipient (frml)
una incipiente amistad a newly found friendship
esta incipiente democracia this incipient o infant democracy
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incipiente adjetivo incipient, budding
'incipiente' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
naciente
English:
incipient
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incipiente adj
1. [calvicie] incipient;
lucía una barba incipiente [de joven] he was starting to get a beard;
[sin afeitar] his chin was covered in stubble
2. [inicial] incipient;
[democracia] fledgling; [amistad, talento] budding
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incipiente
adj incipient
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incipiente adj
: incipient

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • incipiente — in·ci·pièn·te agg., s.m. 1. agg. CO spec. di malattia, di condizione negativa, che comincia, che è agli inizi: raffreddore incipiente, calvizie incipiente Sinonimi: iniziale. Contrari: 1avanzato. 2. s.m. OB TS relig. spec. al pl., nel linguaggio… …   Dizionario italiano

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  • incipiente — (adj) (Intermedio) que acaba de comenzar a desarrollarse Ejemplos: Desgraciadamente, los pacientes con enfermedad incipiente progresarán a una fase más avanzada muy pronto. La incipiente barba de varios días está muy de moda hoy en día. Sinónimos …   Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate

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