ambulante


ambulante
adj.
traveling.
vendedor ambulante peddler, hawker
prohibida la venta ambulante no hawking (en letrero)
f. & m.
street vendor, street vender.
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ambulante
adjetivo
1 itinerant, travelling
biblioteca ambulante mobile library
es una enciclopedia ambulante he's a walking encyclopedia
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1.
ADJ (=que anda) walking; [circo, vendedor] travelling, traveling (EEUU); [biblioteca] mobile; [músico] itinerant; [actor] strolling
2.
SMF (=vendedor callejero) street seller, street vendor
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adjetivo traveling* (before n)

un grupo de teatro ambulante — a traveling o itinerant theater group

biblioteca ambulante — bookmobile (AmE), mobile library (BrE)

es una enciclopedia ambulante — (hum) she's a walking encyclopedia (hum)

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= mobile, peripatetic, roving, touring, wayfaring, travelling [traveling, -USA], walking.
Ex. One of the most cited shortcomings of mobile advice centres, that their conspicuousness deters people from using them, does not seem to have been a problem.
Ex. NACAB have a research project to develop a mini-information pack that could be used by peripatetic advice workers.
Ex. He conducted the morning sessions as if he were a roving talk show host.
Ex. The work of the Parliament's information offices is to educate the general public on the work of the Parliament by means of touring displays, posters, booklets, slides, etc..
Ex. In the LAN world, there are several reasons to unite with other wayfaring librarians delving into the multifaceted world of computer networks.
Ex. There were no plans to revive either branch, so the bookmobiles had to fill the vacuum as traveling branches.
Ex. He is a walking history of modern librarianship and has been a mentor to many.
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* población con mercado ambulante = market centre, market town.
* puesto ambulante = roadside vendor, street vendor.
* vendedor ambulante = pedlar [peddler, -USA], roadside vendor, street vendor.
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adjetivo traveling* (before n)

un grupo de teatro ambulante — a traveling o itinerant theater group

biblioteca ambulante — bookmobile (AmE), mobile library (BrE)

es una enciclopedia ambulante — (hum) she's a walking encyclopedia (hum)

* * *
= mobile, peripatetic, roving, touring, wayfaring, travelling [traveling, -USA], walking.

Ex: One of the most cited shortcomings of mobile advice centres, that their conspicuousness deters people from using them, does not seem to have been a problem.

Ex: NACAB have a research project to develop a mini-information pack that could be used by peripatetic advice workers.
Ex: He conducted the morning sessions as if he were a roving talk show host.
Ex: The work of the Parliament's information offices is to educate the general public on the work of the Parliament by means of touring displays, posters, booklets, slides, etc..
Ex: In the LAN world, there are several reasons to unite with other wayfaring librarians delving into the multifaceted world of computer networks.
Ex: There were no plans to revive either branch, so the bookmobiles had to fill the vacuum as traveling branches.
Ex: He is a walking history of modern librarianship and has been a mentor to many.
* población con mercado ambulante = market centre, market town.
* puesto ambulante = roadside vendor, street vendor.
* vendedor ambulante = pedlar [peddler, -USA], roadside vendor, street vendor.

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ambulante
adjective
traveling* (before n)
un grupo de teatro ambulante a traveling o itinerant theater group
biblioteca ambulante bookmobile (AmE), mobile library (BrE)
es una enciclopedia ambulante (hum); she's a walking encyclopedia (hum)
vendedor2 (↑ vendedor (2)) , venta
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ambulante adjetivo
traveling(conjugate traveling) (before n);
biblioteca ambulante bookmobile (AmE), mobile library (BrE)

ambulante adjetivo travelling, US traveling, mobile

'ambulante' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
vendedor
English:
bookmobile
- car-boot sale
- fleece
- hawker
- mobile
- mobile library
- peddler
- pedlar
- roving
- sandwich-man
- street musician
- traveling
- travelling
- vendor
- walking
- door
- itinerant
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ambulante adj
[circo, feria] travelling;
vendedor ambulante pedlar, hawker;
prohibida la venta ambulante [en letrero] no street trading;
una biblioteca ambulante a mobile library
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ambulante
I adj traveling, Br
travelling;
venta ambulante peddling, hawking;
vendedor ambulante hawker, street seller
II m/f L.Am.
vendedor hawker, street seller
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ambulante adj
1) : traveling, itinerant
2)
vendedor ambulante : street vendor
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ambulante adj travelling

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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