marginal


marginal
adj.
1 marginal (note).
2 fringe (Arte & politics).
grupo marginal fringe group
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marginal
adjetivo
1 (ilustración, nota) marginal, in the margin
2 (tema, asunto) marginal, minor
3 (persona) marginalized; (grupo) on the margins of society
4 (teatro, música) fringe
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adj.
marginal
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ADJ
1) (=al margen) [corrección, nota] marginal, in the margin

una nota marginal — a marginal note, a note in the margin

una observación marginal — an aside

2) (=pobre) deprived

un barrio marginal — a deprived neighbourhood

3) (=alternativo) [teatro] fringe antes de s ; [publicación] underground antes de s ; [artista] alternative
4) (=poco importante) [asunto] marginal; [papel, personaje] minor

la literatura ocupa una situación marginal en nuestra sociedad — literature holds a marginal position in our society

5) (Econ) [coste, tipo] marginal
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adjetivo
1)
a) (Sociol)

en los barrios marginales — in the poorer areas

b) (secundario) <posición> peripheral; <asunto> marginal, peripheral
2) (Fin) marginal
3) (Impr)

una nota marginal — a note in the margin, a marginal note

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= marginal, fringe subject, at the margins, marginalised [marginalized, -USA], outlier.
Nota: Adjetivo.
Ex. The title 'Unsolicited marginal gift collections: saying no or coping with the unwanted' deals with the problem of how to cope with collections which should have been declined, but were not.
Ex. In a general classification there are, of course, no fringe subjects: all are of equal weight, and must be given their due place in the overall order.
Ex. The changes wrought by information technology have been at the margins.
Ex. The library is located in the marginalized quarter of the city of Guatemala.
Ex. A number of non-public libraries participated in the co-operative scheme and they were known as outlier libraries.
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* beneficio marginal = marginal benefit.
* coste marginal = marginal cost.
* costo marginal = marginal cost.
* de manera marginal = tangentially.
* grupo marginal = marginalised group.
* tipo de gravamen marginal = marginal tax rate.
* tipo fiscal marginal = marginal tax rate.
* tipo impositivo marginal = marginal tax rate.
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adjetivo
1)
a) (Sociol)

en los barrios marginales — in the poorer areas

b) (secundario) <posición> peripheral; <asunto> marginal, peripheral
2) (Fin) marginal
3) (Impr)

una nota marginal — a note in the margin, a marginal note

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= marginal, fringe subject, at the margins, marginalised [marginalized, -USA], outlier.
Nota: Adjetivo.

Ex: The title 'Unsolicited marginal gift collections: saying no or coping with the unwanted' deals with the problem of how to cope with collections which should have been declined, but were not.

Ex: In a general classification there are, of course, no fringe subjects: all are of equal weight, and must be given their due place in the overall order.
Ex: The changes wrought by information technology have been at the margins.
Ex: The library is located in the marginalized quarter of the city of Guatemala.
Ex: A number of non-public libraries participated in the co-operative scheme and they were known as outlier libraries.
* beneficio marginal = marginal benefit.
* coste marginal = marginal cost.
* costo marginal = marginal cost.
* de manera marginal = tangentially.
* grupo marginal = marginalised group.
* tipo de gravamen marginal = marginal tax rate.
* tipo fiscal marginal = marginal tax rate.
* tipo impositivo marginal = marginal tax rate.

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marginal
adjective
A
1 ‹barrio›
en las barriadas marginales in the poor, outlying areas of the city
2 (no central, de poca importancia) ‹posición› peripheral; ‹asunto› marginal, peripheral
B (Fin) ‹costo› marginal; ‹tipo› marginal
C (Impr):
una nota marginal a note in the margin, a marginal note
correcciones marginales corrections in the margin
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marginal adjetivo
1 (Sociol):
en los barrios marginales in the poor, outlying areas of the city

2 (secundario) ‹posiciónperipheral;
asuntomarginal, peripheral
3 (Impr):
una nota marginal a note in the margin, a marginal note

marginal adjetivo marginal
'marginal' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
suburbio
- acotación
- barriada
English:
marginal
- marginal seat
- fringe
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marginal adj
1. [de fuera de la sociedad] [persona, grupo social] socially excluded;
una zona marginal de la ciudad a deprived area of the city
2. [sin importancia] minor;
un asunto marginal a matter of minor importance
3. [en página] marginal;
una nota marginal a marginal note
4. Econ marginal;
costo marginal marginal cost;
tipo marginal marginal rate
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marginal
adj marginal;
nota marginal note in the margin
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marginal adj
: marginal, fringe

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • marginal — marginal, ale (mar ji nal, na l ) adj. 1°   Qui est en marge. Des avis, des astérisques marginaux. •   Cet ordre de pasteurs doit durer pour l assemblage des saints et pour l édification du corps de Christ, c est à dire, selon la note marginale… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré


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