moderno


moderno
adj.
modern, present-day, up-to-date, contemporary.
m.
modern, person who lives in modern times.
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moderno
adjetivo
1 modern
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(f. - moderna)
adj.
1) modern
2) up-to-date
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moderno, -a
1. ADJ
1) (=actual) modern

una revista dirigida a la mujer moderna — a magazine aimed at the modern woman, a magazine for the woman of today

siempre va vestida muy moderna — she always wears very trendy clothes *, she always dresses very trendily *

tiene un equipo de música muy moderno — he's got a very up-to-date hi-fi

le gusta todo lo moderno — he likes all things modern

tienes unos abuelos muy modernos — your grandparents are very with it *

a la moderna — in the modern way

2) ( Hist) modern

la edad moderna — the modern period

2.
SM / F trendy *
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I
-na adjetivo
a) (actual) modern

el hombre moderno — modern man

una edición más moderna — a more up-to-date edition

b) (a la moda) <vestido/peinado> fashionable, trendy
c) <edad/historia> modern
II
-na masculino, femenino trendy (colloq)
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= contemporary, modern, modern day, progressive, developed, updated [up-dated], hip [hipper -comp., hippest -sup.], funky [funkier -comp., funkiest -sup.], hipped, trendy [trendier -comp., trendiest -sup.].
Ex. The fruits of Mr. Kilgour's labors and creations have substantially altered the texture of contemporary America library service = Los frutos de los trabajos y creaciones del Sr. Kilgour han alterado sustancialmente la naturaleza del servicio bibliotecario de la América contemporánea.
Ex. Kilgour is considered by may to be the father of modern networking.
Ex. In practice modern day catalogue codes are concerned primarily with description and author headings.
Ex. These young professionals are committed to making Junctionville a dynamic and progressive place to live.
Ex. Developed libraries can quote a whole series of discrete services built up over the recent past, which somehow need to be integrated.
Ex. Libraries can obtain updated cataloguing through special customised services, but at prohibitively high cost.
Ex. Digerati is the digital version of literati and refers to a vague cloud of people seen to be knowledgeable, hip, or otherwise in-the-know in regards to the digital revolution.
Ex. The scarf can be knit with pockets at the end to keep their hands toasty or trimmed with bobbles for a funky look.
Ex. The dancers were using blue feather fans and they made moves that looked spectactular and the choreography was very hipped and daring.
Ex. The author investigates the things which young adults consider to be important, and discusses this in relation to what may be considered tasteful, and what merely trendy in young adults' books.
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* dotado de tecnología moderna = modern-equipped.
* era moderna, la = modern era, the.
* fuera de onda con los tiempos modernos = out of keeping with the times, out of tune with the times.
* moderno, original, auténtico, chulo = funky [funkier -comp., funkiest -sup.].
* mundo moderno = modernised world.
* muy moderno = trendy [trendier -comp., trendiest -sup.].
* tiempos modernos = modern times.
* vida moderna, la = modern life.
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I
-na adjetivo
a) (actual) modern

el hombre moderno — modern man

una edición más moderna — a more up-to-date edition

b) (a la moda) <vestido/peinado> fashionable, trendy
c) <edad/historia> modern
II
-na masculino, femenino trendy (colloq)
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= contemporary, modern, modern day, progressive, developed, updated [up-dated], hip [hipper -comp., hippest -sup.], funky [funkier -comp., funkiest -sup.], hipped, trendy [trendier -comp., trendiest -sup.].

Ex: The fruits of Mr. Kilgour's labors and creations have substantially altered the texture of contemporary America library service = Los frutos de los trabajos y creaciones del Sr. Kilgour han alterado sustancialmente la naturaleza del servicio bibliotecario de la América contemporánea.

Ex: Kilgour is considered by may to be the father of modern networking.
Ex: In practice modern day catalogue codes are concerned primarily with description and author headings.
Ex: These young professionals are committed to making Junctionville a dynamic and progressive place to live.
Ex: Developed libraries can quote a whole series of discrete services built up over the recent past, which somehow need to be integrated.
Ex: Libraries can obtain updated cataloguing through special customised services, but at prohibitively high cost.
Ex: Digerati is the digital version of literati and refers to a vague cloud of people seen to be knowledgeable, hip, or otherwise in-the-know in regards to the digital revolution.
Ex: The scarf can be knit with pockets at the end to keep their hands toasty or trimmed with bobbles for a funky look.
Ex: The dancers were using blue feather fans and they made moves that looked spectactular and the choreography was very hipped and daring.
Ex: The author investigates the things which young adults consider to be important, and discusses this in relation to what may be considered tasteful, and what merely trendy in young adults' books.
* dotado de tecnología moderna = modern-equipped.
* era moderna, la = modern era, the.
* fuera de onda con los tiempos modernos = out of keeping with the times, out of tune with the times.
* moderno, original, auténtico, chulo = funky [funkier -comp., funkiest -sup.].
* mundo moderno = modernised world.
* muy moderno = trendy [trendier -comp., trendiest -sup.].
* tiempos modernos = modern times.
* vida moderna, la = modern life.

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moderno1 -na
adjective
1 (actual) modern
el hombre moderno modern man
no es un invento moderno it is not a new o modern invention
una edición más moderna a more up-to-date edition
comparado con los métodos modernos compared with modern o present-day methods
2 (a la moda) ‹vestido/peinado› fashionable, trendy
es una chica muy moderna she's a very modern o trendy girl
3 (Hist) ‹edad/historia› modern
moderno2 -na
masculine, feminine
trendy (colloq)
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moderno
-na adjetivo

a) (actual) modern;

el hombre moderno modern man;

una edición más moderno a more up-to-date edition
b) (a la moda) ‹vestido/peinadofashionable, trendy

c)edad/historiamodern

moderno,-a adjetivo modern
'moderno' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
actual
- moderna
- más
English:
advanced
- modern
- state-of-the-art
- trendy
- new
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moderno, -a
adj
1. [de la actualidad] modern;
la mujer moderna the modern woman
2. [innovador] modern;
un diseño muy moderno a very modern design
3. [historia, edad] modern
4. Fam [persona] trendy
nm,f
Fam trendy (person)
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moderno
adj modern
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moderno, -na adj
: modern, up-to-date
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moderno adj modern
la vida moderna modern life

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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