In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(cipher)clave femeninocódigo masculinoto break a code — descifrar una clave / un código
- in code — en clave
- The code is given in figure 1a, and an example conversion is shown in figure 1b.
- I often figured out codes long before the characters did, which was annoying.
- She rubbed her temple, trying to figure out the code before her, when she heard a knock at the door.
- These include the letters, written in code, which are said to make clear she was in favour of inflicting pain on her enemies.
- They were the high-level diplomatic and military codes, the kind of which had never been cracked.
- The spread of mobile telephones and even the use of secret words or codes show that secrecy is essential to close deals or pass on information.
- Codes and great historical figures go together like the author of a certain fantastical thriller involving Leonardo da Vinci has shown.
- If he gave us accurate predictions of the future as a reward for figuring out the code, we are to believe he expects us not to use it to our advantage?
- He eventually figures out the code when he absent-mindedly reads the general's doodling on a pad.
- Cryptography is the enciphering and deciphering of messages in secret code or cipher.
- Some of the neoconservatives in the Pentagon had let it slip to him that they had broken the country's diplomatic codes.
- We are still trying to figure out what the codes mean, but we feel we are very close to cracking it.
- She played a key role in the recruitment and briefing of agents, and became an expert writer of letters in code.
- The most well-known example is the breaking of the Japanese diplomatic and military codes before and during WWII.
- She turned and began again to figure the codes, and another plan to get out of this cellar.
- After Evan figures out the code to a mysterious paper that Lisa picks up, they head towards mayhem.
- Alongside the body are a series of baffling codes, which Langdon is asked to decipher.
- It was in her language, it was just a different code to the written words.
- He is writing letters in code, there would be no reason for that unless he had something to hide.
- And if they can break the code on even one message, we're sunk.
1.2(for identification)código masculino
- The first two letters represent a regional code, the two numbers represent the year and the last three letters are random.
- Currently, companies are the smallest army element to be routinely assigned unit identification codes.
- If approved, the server sends back an activation code.
- With a pre-assigned code, you can send documents to a queue, then access them for printing at any time, such as at hotel and airport business centers.
- We are seeing boats coming in from all over the world with manufacturer identification codes assigned by their country of origin.
- An e-voter would go to one site to register and would then be issued with the pass codes to vote in secrecy at another site.
- The machine beeped in recognition of the code and the numbers flashed momentarily across the screen.
- The scientist nimbly punched a short combo and a green light acknowledged a correct code.
- The officer turned to face a terminal, inserting an identicard and entering a series of codes.
- They are commonly represented by a single letter code where the index represents the absorption maximum.
- The next second, I punch in the code to check my messages.
- Not only had I managed to follow the guard I even figured out what the code was.
- The man rapidly typed a code into a security system and a loud buzzing sound signaled the door's release.
- Biometric identifiers are digital codes that cannot be used to reconstitute your image or fingerprint.
- They never got to the end, though, because they never figured out the last code to open the 7 gates.
- I picked up the phone, punching in the code to hear our messages.
- I registered with them today and apparently it takes 7 days for them to send through the activation code.
- Responses were recorded, assigned a letter code, and calculated using frequencies and percentages.
- The magazine sent us the access code to view its upcoming issue, which I believe will hit the news-stands on Tuesday.
- Games are activated by sending an access code to the company with an Internet connection.
- Hackers gain secret control of the computers by sending e-mail viruses and worms or by planting software code on web sites.
- They could access the underlying code and tweak the program at will.
- The trick, of course, would be inserting the rogue code into the host program in the first place.
- Using this drag-and-drop methodology, users can create program code with minimal user input or understanding.
- Indeed if ever there was a case for the open sourcing of program code then this is it.
- Nobody studies the old code, and nobody figures out where it is inefficient and why, and as a consequence programs are often buggy and less stable.
- He adds that progress on debugging code is a tad slow, pointing to threads you can find on this bulletin board.
- We had to program in assembly code and call a play routine every vertical blank.
- Wait a minute, I'm a software engineer… why not look at their code and try to figure out some of their major weaknesses.
- The answer is 609,000 and this is the number of lines of code in the software for the computers and avionics systems.
- If the malware inside this ZIP file is opened, the Trojan may attempt to download more malicious code from a pre-programmed list of websites.
- Once infected with the code, the computer sends the same message to other contacts in the instant-messenger list.
- It allows Delphi and C++ programmers to compile code to either operating system.
- The code then downloads spyware programs to surfers' PCs, including one that steals credit card numbers and other forms of financial information.
- Errors from programming code and malformed html can keep the search engine robots from indexing your web pages.
- Early programmers worked in native computer code or machine language.
- He encouraged people to look at his program and modify it for their own needs and to send him their code to add to the system.
- This is the process that analyzes an HTML document in comparison to standard HTML rules, identifying errors and non-standard codes.
- Millions of lines of software code are involved, and we haven't even gotten to matters like billing and maintenance.
- This time it was traced to a college student in Romania who had also left obvious clues to his identity in the code.
1.4Telecomunicacionescódigo masculinoprefijo masculino
2.1(social, moral)código masculinocode of honor — código de honor
- code of practice/conduct — código de práctica/conducta
- moral code — código de ética
- Why have ethical codes not figured prominently in discussions of the peer review process?
- The nations that survive and prosper and become world powers are the ones that adhere to strict moral codes.
- Chandelor wanted his so-called knights to have honor, a moral code of ethics, things with which tradition would expect.
- In almost every case the wrongdoing is by a few since most people operate according to high moral codes whatever the degree of disorganization.
- The actors of today are simply too pretty and too vacant to depict the men and women of sterner days and stricter moral codes.
- The rigid social, moral and behavioural codes imposed by the group included severe restrictions on women's freedom of movement, expression and association.
- A sly and sophisticated writer, he could always get around the code of silence with indirection.
- To be worthy of that love, he adopted a strict code of moral conduct.
- The gentlemen's code also served to limit aggressive behavior after the battle.
- I know, the old moral codes weren't painless either.
- The suggestion seems to be that they offer him a sense of family and belonging, and that he identifies with their dubious code of loyalty.
- For one thing, it means that we can have different codes of morality, one code for the public self, the other for the private self.
- I applaud both the concept of a code of ethics by which industry members are bound, and the revamping of the disciplinary process.
- They have their own code of morals and honor, just like anyone else.
- When people are designing their own religions and their own moral codes, is it any shock that they're designing their own politics, too?
- Religion has as much to do with the furnishing of moral and ethical codes as it does with non-natural explanations of the origins of the universe.
- While today we may disagree with some of the wording or even the concepts in this early code of ethics, few would disagree with its intent or its essence.
- Use of these drugs is routinely equated with socially degraded status and participation in activities indicative of the code of the streets.
- We need each other, but women have always been the ones to set the moral codes, to keep men and their children on the right track.
- The code dictated concepts such as loyalty, honor and virtue.
2.2Derechocódigo masculinothe Napoleonic Code — el código napoleónico
- Civil law and commercial law derive from the French, while the penal code is influenced by the British model.
- The constitution, the penal code, and international and human rights conventions are the only guide to what is acceptable and what is not.
- Influenced by popular discontent with much of the judiciary, Napoleon attempted to write a statutory code that was essentially judge-proof.
- When he put up a tricolour atop his factory, the police slapped a case on him for violating the flag code.
- It would be perfectly possible for a criminal code to provide separate crimes of negligence, with lower maximum sentences, at appropriate points in the hierarchy of offences.
- In many states, there is a criminal code which tabulates criminal offences.
- With compliance to building codes a given, the real question on many projects is whether it is worthwhile to go beyond code requirements.
- The difficult concept of ‘adverse possession’ of private property appears in both codes in a nearly identical manner.
- The penal code does not criminalize such conduct, and would be clearly unconstitutional if it did.
- In order to conform to strict fire codes the employer shall have the right to conduct safety inspections and fire drills at the employees home at any time.
- Despite the stark words of the various codes regulating ministerial and MSP conduct, the MSPs of various parties will let the First Minister off.
- You look and see what principles have been established in prior cases rather than just referring to a piece of legislation or a code.
- He submitted that implementation of planning permissions was not dealt with by the statutory code.
- The Muslim minority views the code as an indirect abrogation of their cultural freedom.
- In Warwick, only 75 miles away, these activities are all deemed acceptable farming uses under the zoning code.
- Under the doctrine of breach of statutory duty some regulatory codes may give rise to civil liability when breached.
- Under the old code, mothers were assigned priority in matters of child custody, and fathers were granted visiting rights.
- Dissidence, even active, is not war and the normal criminal and civil codes of law still apply.
- With the growing power of the state, statutory tenure codes were drawn up by centralized governments, reflecting the values and interests of the state.
- This is itself a judicial interpolation into the statutory code.
1(encipher)(message/letter) cifrar(letter/message) poner en clave
- It is an awareness of how language codes the way we view the world, and how membership in various communities influences our understanding of the world.
- Three-fourths of the message has already been deciphered, but the remaining fourth has apparently been coded in an entirely different way.
- The package enables audio traffic - such as a phone conversation - to be coded as data, sent down an internet connection and then decoded at the other end.
- There were little clues, like the fact that messages often started with a weather report, or the fact that Enigma never ever coded a given letter as itself.
- But markets only respond to messages coded in the language of prices.
- Sometimes the information she communicates is coded or covert - where exactly the missing animal may be found, for instance.
- Not only may they be purposely babbling and coding their conversations to confuse the eavesdroppers, but there are also the complexities of language itself.
- Thus the hats contain a message coded in the manner in which they are worn.
- Places carry meanings and are coded with narrative significances, and these built-in values are useful to writers.
- Given that the messages are claimed to be coded, it would seem that network editing is unlikely to pick them out.
2(give identifying number, mark)(documents/items) codificarInformática (instructions/information) codificar
- All sections were coded to prevent identification of the probe type or setting used.
- Documents show that this money appears to have been on deposit in the account, coded A / A40.
- Instruments were coded with an identification number to track and follow up with non respondents.
- Paintings will be coded with serial numbers and will come with a receipt to prove authenticity.
- The athlete watches the official seal both bottles, which are coded with a number rather than a name.
- Behaviors and conversation were noted and were coded by using the theoretical framework of enduring and suffering and comforting.
- Type and severity of maltreatment were coded using the maltreatment classification system developed by Barnett et al.
- All audit observations should be coded by type and significance, and all audits catalogued by scope and quality.
- A nurse brought us a large number of test tubes, each one coded with a secret number so that we could not tell which contained fructose and which contained glucose.
- Prior to coding, the names of speakers were removed (as were explicit references to the names of the parties themselves).
- When you think of high technology, you probably imagine a software engineer sitting behind a computer, coding some new program.
- When we code a computer program, we do not rewrite the entire thing every time something fails to work.
- Questionnaires were anonymous, coded by a unique number rather than by name.
- The transcribed statements were coded according to general themes that emerged.
- Each source quoted or paraphrased was coded separately, and all of a source's statements in an article were taken into account when applying coding categories.
- I didn't find it a difficult exam, but then I've been coding Windows Forms since Visual Basic 4 back in 1997.
- Similarly, alcohol-related words were coded as 1 and nonalcohol words coded as 0.
- The samples were coded so that the identity of the individual was not known to the person carrying out the tests.
- They were also taperecorded, but were not transcribed for analysis since interviewers coded respondents' answers to all questions during the interview.
- If you code your medicines, be sure these identifications are included on any medicine record you use.
- New software for the state health care authority is being coded in part in India.
- For each question, those students that replied affirmatively were coded with the value 1.
- Response envelopes were coded with the hospital identification number to protect confidentiality.
- A person named Nguyen O'Brien will be coded Vietnamese, not Irish.
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