Traducción de busy en Español:


ocupado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈbɪzi//ˈbɪzi/

adjetivobusier, busiest

  • 1

    (person) ocupado
    I'm a busy man soy un hombre ocupado
    • can't you see I'm busy? ¿no ves que estoy ocupado / atareado?
    • she likes to be busy le gusta estar ocupada / tener algo que hacer
    • the children keep me very busy los niños me tienen muy atareada / me dan mucho que hacer
    • to get busy ponerse a trabajar
    • we'd better get busy mejor nos ponemos a trabajar / (nos) ponemos manos a la obra
    • I got busy on the reports me puse a trabajar en los informes
    • I was busy writing a letter estaba ocupada escribiendo una carta
    • Slowly she got behind him, glad that he was too busy pondering his conscience and enjoying the ocean to notice her.
    • The Prime Minister is indeed a very busy man, negotiating deals on behalf of Australia and the Australian people.
    • They were obviously too busy to deal with their numerous, silly questions.
    • Part of the defence was that for five years the authority was too busy to deal with health and safety issues surrounding water rescues.
    • The corporate wing of the Democratic Party is busy brokering a back-room deal.
    • Bunclody fire service is being kept very busy at the moment dealing with chimney fires, but no tragedies have taken place.
    • PC Tony Himycz has had a busy time dealing with juvenile nuisance lately.
    • I was in a school today briefly, delivering some plants, and all the classes sounded so busy in a very productive way.
    • It seemed easier to avoid and ignore when I had the excuse that school kept me too busy to deal with it.
    • Is it to make up for the things we went without, or is it our guilt about the fact that we are too busy enjoying ourselves to devote time to them?
    • They are busy professionals who enjoy a high quality lifestyle and little leisure time.
    • When the phone is eventually answered, I'm politely told that, because they're so busy, they can't deal with any queries.
    • You are so busy enjoying them because they are brisk and witty that you fail to notice until much later that the whole thing doesn't add up.
    • By now something of a giant himself, Haynes remains a dynamic performer and busy tourer.
    • It's an extremely popular site with residents and in the summer months, busy staff deal with over 1,500 visitors a day.
    • He added that the Council's planning staff were quite busy dealing both with applications and queries from the public.
    • This ensures busy travellers can enjoy a meal or a cup of coffee while finishing an urgent report or even catching up on their e-mails.
    • It was a lazy day and everyone was busy simply enjoying the peace.
    • They'll be too busy enjoying the dry wit and chummy storytelling that has established Strong's enthusiastic following.
    • The women on the other boats were usually too busy being harangued to enjoy themselves.
    • He was carefully maneuvering around to keep his weight off of me, but I was too busy enjoying the closeness to notice.
    • The company is also busy hammering out deals with content producers.
    • My partner ordered something else, but to be honest I was too busy enjoying my meal to remember what it was.
    • They were both unsure of what to say to each other and were mostly busy in dealing with injuries.
    • The railways are also set to be busy, with special deals for passengers willing to travel off-peak and book in advance.
    • However, Paul Butler is never too busy to stop and enjoy the simple pleasure of gazing into the distance at dusk.
    • The staff were so caring, but so busy and hard worked.
    • With only a few days to go to Christmas, everybody is busy getting ready to enjoy this season of peace and goodwill to all men.
    • On Sunday, you were just too busy enjoying the sun and hanging with friends to make your meals for the week.
    • Tal made his way into the town, admiring the plain folk who were too busy enjoying their simple lives to notice them.
    • Even if they can be found not at a meeting they're just too busy to deal with anything other than a huge problem.
    • They are well connected, ambitious, dynamic and terrifyingly busy.
    • They know how we won the last one; I kept the real threat busy while Kit dealt with the cannon fodder.
    • The East Coast resorts reported a good summer season, and, despite the problems, York has enjoyed a busy run-up to Christmas.
    • Children may be busy enjoying their summer holidays but there is still hard work in progress at Nelson School.
    • What's wrong with our lives when the season of a boy being born in a manger keeps us too busy to enjoy each other's company.
    • They are too busy negotiating film deals in Hollywood and consulting on theatrical adaptations.
    • She is now busy preparing to enjoy the latest anniversary.
    • They love their jobs, they take their pets to work, they're young and hip and they're far too busy enjoying their jobs to take holidays.
    • Mom didn't either; she was too busy enjoying the happiness of acting like a teen again.
  • 2

    (street/market) concurrido
    (street/market) de mucho movimiento
    I've had a busy day he tenido un día de mucho trabajo
    • I have a busy schedule next week la próxima semana tengo un programa muy apretado
    • summer is our busiest season en la temporada de verano es cuando más trabajo tenemos
    • a busy road una carretera con mucho tráfico / muy transitada
    • Hulse will be the first to put pen to paper but other arrivals are expected and there will be departures too as Blackwell wheels and deals during a busy summer.
    • The course was presented well and happily is enjoying busy days.
    • Athy and District Angling Club have enjoyed a busy Summer having held a number of successful competitions.
    • Castlebar Active Retirement group have been enjoying a very busy and varied schedule over recent months.
    • There is a busy agenda to be dealt with on the night including putting plans in motion for next season and the election of officers and committee.
    • Local people enjoyed a busy fun day at the opening celebration with games and stalls and Mr Shepherd stepped in to officiate at the launch.
    • Keeping a steady presence at busy corners is important, because much of the customer base is not from around here.
    • The world's biggest country is having a busy time dealing with the Internet explosion.
    • The Guides and Brownies have enjoyed a busy year and raised funds for the tsunami relief and children overseas.
    • The thatched bar, nestled in a tiny village of about 12 houses, has already enjoyed a busy year.
    • We live in a busy world full of fear and isolation.
    • I have the same problem with Yahoo - I just find it difficult and mind-threatening to deal with the busy pages.
    • The outlet, which also includes a service area, commenced trading more than a week ago and is enjoying a very busy trade.
    • Traders enjoyed a busy day of selling and bargaining with terrific interest shown by the public.
    • He will somehow find time from his busy schedule to enjoy his golf.
    • A fiercely independent man, he lived at home and enjoyed a busy retirement until shortly before his death.
    • As it was, the explosion was centered in a very busy marketplace full of book sellers and street merchants.
    • He bowed, took a step, and vanished into a busy street full of pedestrians.
    • It's a busy room, full of warm, bustling bodies, some furry, some not.
    • Before long, the duo were sprinting full pace down the busy streets of dawn.
  • 3

    ocupado América Latina
    comunicando España
    the line was busy estaba ocupado
    • your phone was busy tu teléfono estaba ocupado
    • The clerk made numerous calls to the election supervisor, but the lines were constantly busy.
    • But before that could happen, or even a single ring, it appeared that the other line was busy.
    • We had trouble getting dial tones on the land lines, everyone's line was busy.
    • Megan's house was the closest, but when she called, the phone line was busy.
    • So instead she tried dialing Montgomery home but the line was busy.
    • I pick up the phone and dial his number to tell him, but his line is busy.
    • Callers to the college complain of an endless cycle of relievers or incessant ringing when all lines are busy.
    • Simms said she had not been able to contact her family and friends in London because the phone lines were busy.
    • We tried to call but the phone line was busy and we really need you in there today as a guide.
    • I tried calling again but the operator lady person said that the line was busy.
    • The service has proved hugely popular in previous years, but parents and students are advised to be patient if the lines are busy.
    • The line was busy so he hung up and handed the phone back to the woman.
    • I tried to call him but the phone line was busy, someone must have been on the internet.
    • I'd tried calling her the night before but the line was busy and I really wanted to clear the air.
    • I then quickly turned on my mobile phone and called Sarah, but the line was busy.
    • However, when her line was busy I tended to dash onto the internet hoping to find her there.
    • Then Melvin told me that everyone thought we were dead, so I tried to call you, but the line was busy!
    • I tried phoning the house a couple of times, but the line was busy, Billy's sister was probably using it.
    • I ran out of patience with the busy lines with the voice that told me I was appreciated.
    • Unfortunately, there was one ring and the phone went to voice mail which meant the line was busy.
  • 4

    (fussy, detailed)
    (picture/pattern) recargado
    (picture/pattern) abigarrado
    • All the same, busy foyer ceramics and florid room furnishings suggest a resort ripe for refurbishment.
    • And there are busy purple scarves of names, names that cannot be ignored, that must be reckoned with.
    • Concerto movements also ended up in cantatas, often with florid parts being added to an already busy original.
    • He opened it, the first page emblazoned with flashy colours and busy patterns.
    • Let the color make the statement without using busy patterns and ornamentation.
    • Furthermore, many Web pages are busy places, full of navigation widgets and data entry fields.
    • Do not use flashing or excessively busy animated avatars.
    • There's no doubt about it, plaid, like any other busy pattern, can put on the illusion of girth.
    • I find that a lot of players, although they may be regarded as good players, make their rhythm excessively busy, rather than use a sparse rhythm which is still able to drive the music along.
    • The Photoshop keyboard is a bit busy, but all the major Photoshop functionality is available.
    • In the shop, we found a fluffy, long skirt with a busy paisley pattern on it.

verbo reflexivobusied, busies, busying

  • 1

    to busy oneself -ing ponerse a + inf
    • I busied myself tidying the room me puse a ordenar la habitación
    • to busy oneself with sth entretenerse con algo
    • can't you find anything to busy yourself with? ¿por qué no buscas algo con qué entretenerte?
    • I've been busying myself with a complete website make-over.
    • But for now that must wait while I busy myself with laundry and hoovers and unopened mail.
    • Throughout the last year people in Swindon and Marlborough have been busying themselves with all sorts of weird and wonderful events to fill the appeal's coffers.
    • Some celebrities have stayed at Claridges for the last couple of nights, where they have been busying themselves trying new hairstyles, make-up, diamonds and outfits.
    • This is what the chamber should be busying itself with.
    • Silhouettes of women busying themselves in the kitchen are visible in the dimming light.
    • A mind-set has emerged busying itself with quick fixes, stopping change or shoring up its excesses.
    • He has watched presidents come and go while busying himself for endless hours creating desserts designed to delight and soothe, mend fences and cement alliances.
    • I note the time and busy myself making a pot of tea to keep my mind occupied until the 3-minute mark.
    • Too often we busy ourselves with petty distractions, in order to escape the confrontation with reality.
    • And then both women busied themselves in trying to get through the paperwork involved in less than an hour while Scott went to get the further bits of paper which the occasion demanded.
    • As the host nation we have put our best foot forward, busying ourselves with elaborate plans for the arrival of our diverse group of guests.
    • To pad out the time, many schools are busying themselves with sports days, school shows, prize-givings, and other sundry activities.
    • Well, I have agreed a fee with the buyer and already solicitors are busying themselves passing bits of paper backwards and forwards.
    • As the installation was underway, I retreated back to the computer and started busying myself with some work.
    • I'm going to try to busy myself with other stuff today until 8pm rolls around.
    • Moreover, one can busy oneself almost endlessly in talking about measurement and assessment.
    • On a visit to the bright play school last week I found up to 25 children, aged between three and five, busying themselves with educational toys and books.
    • I busied myself with other things to keep my mind occupied and returned to it only when I was calm and focused.
    • An eighth of a mile from the lake, we spotted two forest rangers 25 feet up the trail, busying themselves around Gilpin Creek.