process

process
'prəuses, ](American) 'pro-
1. noun
1) (a method or way of manufacturing things: We are using a new process to make glass.) proceso
2) (a series of events that produce change or development: The process of growing up can be difficult for a child; the digestive processes.) proceso
3) (a course of action undertaken: Carrying him down the mountain was a slow process.) operación

2. verb
(to deal with (something) by the appropriate process: Have your photographs been processed?; The information is being processed by computer.) (fotografías) revelar; procesar, tratar
- in the process of
process n proceso
an industrial process un proceso industrial
process
tr['prəʊses]
noun
1 (set of actions, changes) proceso
the process of growing old el envejecimiento
2 (method) procedimiento, proceso
3 SMALLLAW/SMALL (lawsuit) acción nombre femenino judicial; (summons) demanda
transitive verb
1 (raw material, food) procesar, tratar; (film) revelar
2 (deal with) ocuparse de, tramitar
3 SMALLCOMPUTING/SMALL procesar, tratar
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
in process en curso
in the process (as a result) con ello
she won the race, but pulled a muscle in the process ganó la carrera, pero con ello se hizo un tirón
in the process of time con el tiempo
to be in the process of doing something estar en vías de hacer algo, estar haciendo algo
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process
tr[prə'ses]
intransitive verb
1 (gen) desfilar
2 SMALLRELIGION/SMALL ir en procesión
process ['prɑ.sɛs, 'pro:-] vt
: procesar, tratar
process n, pl -cesses ['prɑ.sɛsəz, 'pro:-, -səsəz, -sə.si:z]
1) : proceso m
the process of elimination: el proceso de eliminación
2) method: proceso m , método m
manufacturing processes: procesos industriales
3) : acción f judicial
due process of law: el debido proceso (de la ley)
4) summons: citación f
5) projection: protuberancia f (anatómica)
6)
in the process of : en vías de
in the process of repair: en reparaciones
process
n.
(§ pl.: processes) = expediente s.m.
procedimiento s.m.
proceso s.m.
v.
beneficiar v.
elaborar v.
preparar v.
procesar v.
tratar v.
'prɑːses, 'prəʊ-, 'prəʊses
I
noun
1)
a) (series of actions, changes) proceso m

the aging process — el envejecimiento

the peace process — (journ) el proceso de paz

the process of obtaining a permit — el trámite para obtener un permiso

I am in the process of writing to him right now — en este preciso momento le estoy escribiendo

we are in the process of buying the house — estamos con los trámites de la compra de la casa

he lost a lot of friends in the process — con ello perdió muchos amigos

in process — (AmE) en construcción

b) (method) proceso m, procedimiento m
2)
a) (proceedings) (frml) acción f judicial
b) (writ) demanda f

II
1.
transitive verb
a) \<\<raw materials/waste\>\> procesar, tratar; \<\<film\>\> revelar
b) \<\<applications\>\> dar* curso a, procesar; \<\<order\>\> tramitar
c) \<\<data\>\> procesar

2.
vi prə'ses (go in procession) (frml) desfilar; (Relig) ir* en procesión

I ['prǝʊses]
1. N
1) (=series of developments) proceso m

the production process — el proceso de producción

the processes of government — los trámites gubernamentales

the ageing process — el envejecimiento

I got what I wanted but made a lot of enemies in the process — conseguí lo que quería pero a costa de crearme muchos enemigos

in the process of, it is in (the) process of construction — está en (vías de) construcción

we are in the process of moving house — estamos en medio de una mudanza

due 1., 3), elimination 1.
2) (=specific method) proceso m , procedimiento m

the Bessemer process — el proceso de Bessemer

3) (Jur) (=action) proceso m ; (=summons) citación f

to bring a process against sb — demandar a algn

to serve a process on sb — notificar una citación a algn

4) (Anat, Bot, Zool) protuberancia f
2. VT
1) (=treat) [+ raw materials] procesar; [+ food] (industrially) procesar, tratar; (with food processor) pasar por el robot de cocina

to process sth into sth — procesar algo para convertirlo en algo

2) (=deal with) [+ application, claim, order] tramitar; [+ applicants] atender
3) (Comput) procesar
4) (Phot) revelar
3.
CPD

process cheese N(US) queso m fundido

process server N — agente mf judicial


II
[prǝ'ses]
VI (Brit) frm (=go in procession) desfilar; (Rel) ir en procesión
* * *
['prɑːses, 'prəʊ-, 'prəʊses]
I
noun
1)
a) (series of actions, changes) proceso m

the aging process — el envejecimiento

the peace process — (journ) el proceso de paz

the process of obtaining a permit — el trámite para obtener un permiso

I am in the process of writing to him right now — en este preciso momento le estoy escribiendo

we are in the process of buying the house — estamos con los trámites de la compra de la casa

he lost a lot of friends in the process — con ello perdió muchos amigos

in process — (AmE) en construcción

b) (method) proceso m, procedimiento m
2)
a) (proceedings) (frml) acción f judicial
b) (writ) demanda f

II
1.
transitive verb
a) \<\<raw materials/waste\>\> procesar, tratar; \<\<film\>\> revelar
b) \<\<applications\>\> dar* curso a, procesar; \<\<order\>\> tramitar
c) \<\<data\>\> procesar

2.
vi [prə'ses] (go in procession) (frml) desfilar; (Relig) ir* en procesión

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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