agenda


agenda
f.
1 diary.
agenda (de direcciones) address book
agenda electrónica electronic personal organizer
2 agenda.
3 address book, memo pad.
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agenda
nombre femenino
1 (libro) diary
2 (orden del día) agenda
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noun f.
1) agenda
2) address book
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SF
1) (=libro) [de citas, anotaciones] diary, datebook (EEUU), notebook; [de direcciones] address book

agenda de bolsillo — pocket diary

agenda de despacho, agenda de mesa — desk diary

agenda de trabajo — engagement book

agenda electrónica — PDA

2) [de reunión] agenda
3) [de actividades] agenda, schedule

una agenda apretada — a very busy agenda o schedule

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femenino (libreta) appointment book (AmE), diary (BrE); (programa) agenda

establecer una agenda — to draw up an agenda

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= agenda, diary, tickler file.
Nota: Carpeta subdividida en apartados por fechas de tareas a realizar.
Ex. The session on library and information services to people with disabilities addressed on agenda developed out of the feedback from various regional groups.
Ex. A diary is a document recording the day-to-day life of the author.
Ex. Your tickler file system needs enough room so you do not have to wedge things in or struggle to take things out.
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* agenda cultural = cultural agenda.
* agenda de mesa = appointment calendar.
* agenda de trabajo = work agenda.
* agenda electrónica = organiser [organizer, -USA].
* agenda política = political agenda.
* anotar en la agenda = diarise [diarize, -USA].
* punto de la agenda = agenda item.
* punto de una agenda = item of business.
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femenino (libreta) appointment book (AmE), diary (BrE); (programa) agenda

establecer una agenda — to draw up an agenda

* * *
= agenda, diary, tickler file.
Nota: Carpeta subdividida en apartados por fechas de tareas a realizar.

Ex: The session on library and information services to people with disabilities addressed on agenda developed out of the feedback from various regional groups.

Ex: A diary is a document recording the day-to-day life of the author.
Ex: Your tickler file system needs enough room so you do not have to wedge things in or struggle to take things out.
* agenda cultural = cultural agenda.
* agenda de mesa = appointment calendar.
* agenda de trabajo = work agenda.
* agenda electrónica = organiser [organizer, -USA].
* agenda política = political agenda.
* anotar en la agenda = diarise [diarize, -USA].
* punto de la agenda = agenda item.
* punto de una agenda = item of business.

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agenda
feminine
1 (libreta) diary
2 (programa) agenda
establecer una agenda para las negociaciones to draw up an agenda for the negotiations
el último tema en la agenda the last item on the agenda
Compuestos:
agenda cultural
entertainment guide, listings (pl)
agenda de bolsillo
pocket diary
agenda de despacho or de mesa
desk diary
agenda de trabajo
engagement book
agenda electrónica
electronic address book
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agenda sustantivo femenino (libreta) appointment book (AmE), diary (BrE);
(programa) agenda;
agenda de bolsillo pocket diary;

agenda de trabajo engagement book
agenda sustantivo femenino diary

'agenda' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
orden
- punto
- temario
English:
agenda
- diary
- hidden
- keep
- item
- line
- make
- personal
- time
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agenda nf
1. [de notas, fechas] diary;
[de teléfonos, direcciones] address book; [de citas] appointments diary; [de anillas] Filofax®;
tener una agenda muy apretada to have a very busy schedule
Comp
agenda (de citas) appointments diary;
agenda electrónica electronic personal organizer
2. [de trabajo, reunión] agenda
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agenda
f
1 (diario) diary
2 (programa) schedule;
tener una agenda muy apretada have a very busy schedule
3 de mitin agenda
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agenda nf
1) : agenda
2) : appointment book
* * *
agenda n
1. (libro) diary [pl. diaries]
apúntatelo en la agenda write it down in your diary
2. (de direcciones) address book

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Agenda — Agenda …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • agenda — [ aʒɛ̃da ] n. m. • 1535; mot lat. « choses à faire », spécialt « office » en lat. médiév., d où agende fin XIIIe , en ce sens ♦ Carnet sur lequel on inscrit jour par jour ce qu on doit faire, ses rendez vous, ses dépenses, etc. Agendas de poche,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • Agenda — may refer to: * Agenda (meeting), points to be discussed; sometimes refers to the list of topics itself * Political agenda, the set of goals of an ideological group; also used as above, the topics under discussion by a government * Lotus Agenda,… …   Wikipedia

  • agendă — AGÉNDĂ, agende, s.f. 1. Carnet cu foi ca de calendar, în care se notează lucrările care urmează să fie făcute la anumite date. 2. Ordine de zi. – Din fr., lat. agenda. Trimis de ana zecheru, 10.11.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  AGÉNDĂ s. v. ordine de zi.… …   Dicționar Român

  • agenda — sustantivo femenino 1. Libro o cuaderno en que se anotan datos de interés personal: agenda de teléfonos, agenda de direcciones, agenda de notas, consultar la agenda. Me lo apuntaré en la agenda para no olvidarme. 2. Programa de trabajo o de… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • AGENDA — AE, vox Ecclesiae Romanae. Dicuntur autem Agendae, munia Canonica, statutis temporibus agenda, ut officium (quod dicitur) Matutinum et Vespertinum Capitular. Caroli l. 6. c. 234. Si quis Presbyter, inconsultô Episcopô, Agendam in quolibet loco… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • agenda — 1. The essential plurality of this word (= things to be done) has been worn to extinction by usage. Its dominant sense now is ‘a list of items of business to be considered at a meeting, etc.’ and it is often used in extended or figurative… …   Modern English usage

  • agenda — ([.a]*j[e^]n d[.a]), n. a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to. Syn: docket, schedule [WordNet 1.5 +PJC] 2. A list of matters to be discussed (as at a meeting). Syn: agendum, docket, order of business [WordNet 1.5] 3. A motive… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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