saliente


saliente
adj.
1 salient, important (destacable).
2 outgoing (presidente, ministro).
3 protruding, projecting, flyaway, over-hanging.
m.
1 projection.
2 ledge, scarcement, overhang, projection.
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saliente
adjetivo
1 (que sobresale) projecting
2 (cesante) outgoing
3 figurado (sobresaliente) outstanding
nombre masculino
1 projection, overhang, ledge
* * *
adj.
1) outgoing
2) salient, prominent
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1. ADJ
1) (Arquit) projecting
2) [rasgo] prominent
3) (=importante) salient
4) [sol] rising
5) [miembro] outgoing, retiring
2. SM
1) (Arquit) projection
2) [de carretera] hard shoulder, verge, berm (EEUU)
3) (Mil) salient
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I
adjetivo <pómulo/hueso> prominent; <cornisa/balcón> projecting
II
femenino or (Esp) masculino (de edificio, muro) projection
* * *
= hump, departing, outgoing, outbound, ledge, protruding.
Ex. Indeed it is normally possible to see with a raking light which was the mould side of the sheet, for it shows a pattern of both chain and wire indentations, while the other side (the felt side) is more or less flat, or shows wire humps only.
Ex. This practice of having the former incumbent of the job train the new employee is risky, particularly if that departing employee has in any way been a problem.
Ex. IFLA's Professional Board deals with coordinating and planning professional activities and consists of the Chariperson from each of the eight Divisions, plus a Chairperson elected from the outgoing Professional Board by the incoming Professional Board members.
Ex. PhoneWorks will offer a number of dollar-saving outbound and inbound services for libraries and users alike.
Ex. In the semi-arid central plateau, tortoises are commonly preyed upon by raptors, some of which roost on ledges in the backs of small rock shelters.
Ex. The card catalogue requires effective internal guiding such as guide cards (ie with protruding tabs).
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* ventana en saliente = bay, bay window.
* * *
I
adjetivo <pómulo/hueso> prominent; <cornisa/balcón> projecting
II
femenino or (Esp) masculino (de edificio, muro) projection
* * *
= hump, departing, outgoing, outbound, ledge, protruding.

Ex: Indeed it is normally possible to see with a raking light which was the mould side of the sheet, for it shows a pattern of both chain and wire indentations, while the other side (the felt side) is more or less flat, or shows wire humps only.

Ex: This practice of having the former incumbent of the job train the new employee is risky, particularly if that departing employee has in any way been a problem.
Ex: IFLA's Professional Board deals with coordinating and planning professional activities and consists of the Chariperson from each of the eight Divisions, plus a Chairperson elected from the outgoing Professional Board by the incoming Professional Board members.
Ex: PhoneWorks will offer a number of dollar-saving outbound and inbound services for libraries and users alike.
Ex: In the semi-arid central plateau, tortoises are commonly preyed upon by raptors, some of which roost on ledges in the backs of small rock shelters.
Ex: The card catalogue requires effective internal guiding such as guide cards (ie with protruding tabs).
* ventana en saliente = bay, bay window.

* * *
saliente1
adjective
A ‹director/jefe› outgoing (before n)
B
1 ‹rasgo› prominent, salient (frml); ‹momento› significant
2 ‹pómulo/hueso› prominent; ‹cornisa/balcón› projecting
saliente2
feminine
or (Esp) masculine
1 (de un edificio, muro) projection
2 (liter) (levante) Orient (liter)
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saliente adjetivo ‹pómulo/huesoprominent;
cornisa/balcónprojecting
■ sustantivo femenino or (Esp) sustantivo masculino (de edificio, muro) projection;
(de precipicio) ledge
saliente
I adjetivo
1 (persona) outgoing
el ministro saliente, the outgoing minister
2 (pómulos, frente, etc) prominent
(ojos) bulging
II adj Arquit (de un balcón, edificio, etc) projecting
III sustantivo masculino
1 Arquit projection
2 frml (Oriente, levante) east
'saliente' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
salida
- salido
- muelle
English:
bucktooth
- ledge
- overhang
- projection
- prominent
- protruding
- protrusive
- retiring
- salient
- bay
- out
* * *
saliente
adj
1. [destacable] salient
2. [presidente, ministro] outgoing
nm
projection
* * *
saliente
I adj
1 borde, moldura projecting, protruding
2 presidente retiring, outgoing
II m ARQUI projection
* * *
saliente adj
1) : departing, outgoing
2) : projecting
3) destacado: salient, prominent
saliente nm
1) : projection, protrusion
2)
ventana en saliente : bay window

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • saliente — Como sustantivo (‘parte que sobresale de una cosa’), en España se usa siempre en masculino, mientras que en gran parte de América alternan ambos géneros: «Aferrándose con manos, pies y boca a los salientes de la pared» (Rubín Rezagados [Méx.… …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • saliente — (Del ant. part. act. de salir). 1. adj. Que sale. 2. m. Este (ǁ punto cardinal). 3. Parte que sobresale en una cosa. ☛ V. ángulo saliente, entrantes y salientes …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • saliente — /sa ljɛnte/ [part. pres. di salire, dal lat. saliens entis ; in alcuni usi e sign. ricalca il fr. saillant ]. ■ agg. 1. (lett.) [che sale verso l alto] ▶◀ ascendente. ◀▶ calante, discendente. 2. [che forma un rilievo: un elemento s. del terreno ; …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • saliente — adj. 2 g. 1. Que sobressai, que sai do plano em que assenta (ex.: olhos salientes). = PROEMINENTE, PROTUBERANTE, SAÍDO 2. Que é bem visível; que dá nas vistas. = EVIDENTE, MANIFESTO, NOTÓRIO 3. Que se destaca. = DISTINTO, IMPORTANTE, NOTÁVEL 4. … …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • Saliente — ► adjetivo 1 Que sale. 2 Que sobresale de forma material o por su importancia o interés: ■ te contaré los aspectos más salientes del problema. SINÓNIMO señalado ► sustantivo masculino 3 Parte que sobresale de la superficie de una cosa: ■ los… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Saliente — En arquitectura, se llama saliente, saledizo o arimez, respecto de un muro, cualquier miembro que sobresale del paramento. Éste puede ser alguno de los siguientes: Repisa, si se destina a sostener un busto o estatua o elemento equivalente.… …   Wikipedia Español

  • saliente — sa·lièn·te agg., s.m. 1. agg. LE che sale, che sta salendo: la qual d età di due anni o in quel torno, lui sagliente su per le scale chiamò padre (Boccaccio) 2. agg. CO che forma un rilievo; sporgente, prominente: il punto saliente di una vetta 3 …   Dizionario italiano

  • saliente — 1 adj m y f Que sale o sobresale: el alcalde saliente, la artista saliente, pómulos salientes 2 s f Parte que sobresale de una superficie: barroquismo de salientes y bajorrelieves …   Español en México

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  • saliente — (m) (Intermedio) elemento prominente del edificio Ejemplos: Manuela siempre cuelga la ropa mojada de los salientes de las ventanas. Apoyó la escalera en el saliente del muro. Sinónimos: oriente, esquina, borde, elevado, relieve, bulto, elevación …   Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate


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