auxiliar


auxiliar
adj.
auxiliary (gen) & (grammar).
f. & m.
1 assistant.
auxiliar administrativo administrative assistant
auxiliar de vuelo flight attendant
2 auxiliary, helper, aide, assistant.
3 attendant.
m.
auxiliary (grammar).
v.
to assist, to help.
María socorre a los heridos Mary helps the wounded.
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AUXILIAR
CONJUGACIÓN
(i can be stressed or unstressed)
Present Indicative
auxilío, auxilías, auxilía, auxiliamos, auxiliáis, auxilían.
auxilio, auxilias, auxilia, auxiliamos, auxiliáis, auxilian.
Present Subjunctive
auxilíe, auxilíes, auxilíe, auxiliemos, auxiliéis, auxilíen.
auxilie, auxilies, auxilie, auxiliemos, auxiliéis, auxilien.
Imperative
auxilía (tú), auxilíe (él/Vd.), auxiliemos (nos.), auxiliad, (vos.), auxilíen (ellos/Vds.)
auxilia (tú), auxilie (él/Vd.), auxiliemos (nos.), auxiliad (vos.), auxilien (ellos/Vds.).
* * *
1. noun mf.
assistant, helper
2. adj.
assistant, auxiliary
3. verb
to aid, help, assist
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I
1. ADJ
1) (Univ) assistant antes de s
2) (Ling) auxiliary
3) [plantilla] ancillary
2. SMF
1) (=subordinado) assistant

auxiliar administrativo — administrative assistant

auxiliar de cabina — steward/stewardess

auxiliar de clínica, auxiliar de enfermería — auxiliary nurse, nursing auxiliary, nurse's aide (EEUU)

auxiliar de laboratorio — lab assistant, laboratory assistant

auxiliar de vuelo — steward/stewardess

auxiliar domiciliario — domestic, home help, home helper (EEUU)

auxiliar sanitario — health worker

auxiliar técnico sanitario — nurse

2) (Univ)

auxiliar de conversación — conversation assistant

auxiliar de lengua inglesa — English language assistant

3) (Dep) linesman, assistant referee

auxiliar técnico — LAm (Dep) coach, trainer

II
VT
1) (=ayudar) to help, assist; [+ agonizante] to attend
2) (Pol etc) to aid, give aid to
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I
adjetivo
a) <profesor> assistant (before n); <personal/elementos> auxiliary (before n)
b) <servicios> auxiliary

la tripulación auxiliar del avión — the cabin crew on the aircraft

c) (Tec) auxiliary
d) (Inf) peripheral
II
masculino y femenino
1) (persona) assistant
2) auxiliar masculino (RPl) (Auto) spare tire
III
verbo transitivo
a) (socorrer) to help
b) <moribundo/herido> to attend
* * *
I
adjetivo
a) <profesor> assistant (before n); <personal/elementos> auxiliary (before n)
b) <servicios> auxiliary

la tripulación auxiliar del avión — the cabin crew on the aircraft

c) (Tec) auxiliary
d) (Inf) peripheral
II
masculino y femenino
1) (persona) assistant
2) auxiliar masculino (RPl) (Auto) spare tire
III
verbo transitivo
a) (socorrer) to help
b) <moribundo/herido> to attend
* * *
auxiliar1
1 = aide, assistant, clerk, auxiliary.
Nota: Nombre.

Ex: They admitted that they did not evaluate their technicians and aides, and confirmed that increases were automatic and the same 'across-the-board'; superior performance was not rewarded, nor inferior performance punished.

Ex: His first library position was as an assistant in rare books at the University of Chicago.
Ex: The cataloguer is expected to find to correct form and write it on a worksheet, so that it can be entered by the clerk doing the keypunching.
Ex: Some I & R centres use auxiliaries to carry out escort work.
* auxiliar administrativo = clerk-typist, clerical assistant, administrative assistant.
* auxiliar común = common auxiliary.
* auxiliar de biblioteca = library assistant, library technician, page, library aide, library orderly.
* auxiliar dedicado a la ordenación de fichas = filing clerk.
* auxiliar de préstamo = circulation clerk.
* auxiliar de vuelo = flight attendant.
* auxiliares de lugar = area table.
* estudiante que trabaja como auxiliar = student assistant, student aid.
* estudios de auxiliar administrativo = information administration.

auxiliar2
2 = auxiliary, clerical, supporting, ancillary.

Ex: This hierarchy shows a general subject area, buildings, and its subordinate subject areas: building materials, auxiliary construction practices, construction in specific materials, wood construction, roofing and soon.

Ex: Prior to computerisation of the production of catalogues and indexes considerable clerical effort was expended in filing index and catalogue cards.
Ex: However, it doesn't take very long before the supporting machine file attains greater importance than the manual catalog.
Ex: A number of ancillary factors about the development of knowledge can be examined such as the extent of self-citation and the evolution of concepts.
* mesa auxiliar = side table.
* mesita auxiliar = side table.
* servicio auxiliar de apoyo familiar = respite care.
* tablas auxiliares = auxiliary tables.

auxiliar3
3 = succour [succor, -USA], aid, help.

Ex: There are tens of thousands of hungry children in the world today and well-meant efforts are being made to succour them
.

Ex: Although others aided in the compilation of the schedules they were essentially the work of one man.
Ex: How can we help library users to gain confidence?.

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auxiliar1
adjective
1 ‹profesor/magistrado› assistant (before n); ‹personal/elementos› auxiliary (before n)
2 ‹servicios› auxiliary
la tripulación auxiliar del avión the cabin crew on the aircraft
3 (Tec) auxiliary
4 (Inf) peripheral
auxiliar2
masculine and feminine
A
1 (ayudante) assistant
auxiliar de laboratorio laboratory assistant
2 (funcionario) assistant
Compuestos:
auxiliar administrativo
administrative assistant
auxiliar de vuelo
flight attendant
auxiliar técnico sanitario
nurse
B
auxiliar feminine (RPI); spare tire*
auxiliar3 [A1 ]
vt
1 (socorrer) to help
2 ‹moribundo› to attend
* * *

 

auxiliar 1 adjetivo
a)profesorassistant (before n);

personal/elementosauxiliary (before n)
b)serviciosauxiliary

c) (Tec) auxiliary

d) (Inf) peripheral

■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
a) (persona) assistant;

auxiliar de vuelo flight attendant

b)

auxiliar sustantivo femenino (RPl) (Auto) spare tire

auxiliar 2 (conjugate auxiliar) verbo transitivo
to help
auxiliar
1 adjetivo & mf auxiliary, assistant
II verbo transitivo to help, assist
'auxiliar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
ser
- ir
- haber
- no
- sobrecargo
English:
already
- also
- always
- ancillary
- auxiliary
- be
- can't
- cannot
- could
- dare
- do
- have
- let
- might
- must
- need
- never
- often
- ought
- practicing
- practising
- propose
- shall
- should
- so
- soon
- spotlight
- steward
- still
- will
- would
- assistant
- flight
- home
- instructor
- stewardess
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auxiliar1
adj
1. [material] auxiliary;
[mesa] occasional
2. [personal] ancillary, auxiliary
3. Gram auxiliary
nmf
assistant
Comp
auxiliar administrativo administrative assistant;
auxiliar domiciliario, auxiliar de ayuda a domicilio, auxiliar de ayuda en el hogar [para cuidados personales] personal carer;
[para tareas domésticas] home help;
auxiliar de laboratorio lab assistant;
auxiliar de vuelo flight attendant
nm
Gram auxiliary
nf
RP [rueda de recambio] spare wheel
auxiliar2 vt
1. [socorrer] to assist, to help
2. [moribundo] to attend
* * *
auxiliar
I adj
1 auxiliary;
verbo auxiliar auxiliary verb
2 profesor assistant atr
II m/f assistant
III f Rpl
AUTO spare wheel
IV v/t help
* * *
auxiliar vt
: to aid, to assist
auxiliar adj
: assistant, auxiliary
auxiliar nmf
1) : assistant, helper
2)
auxiliar de vuelo : flight attendant
* * *
auxiliar n (persona) assistant
auxiliar administrativo administrative assistant
auxiliar de laboratorio laboratory assistant
auxiliar de vuelo flight attendant
auxiliar técnico sanitario nurse

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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