Traducción de high-level en Español:


de alto nivel, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌhʌɪˈlɛv(ə)l//ˈhaɪ ˈˌlɛvəl/


  • 1

    (delegation/talks/team) de alto nivel
    • In December 1980 there was a high-level summit in Dublin between British and Irish ministers, and in 1981 a formal Anglo-Irish Intergovernmental Council was created.
    • It is unusual to hold high-level negotiations, except summits, outside a country's capital, the sources said.
    • Job opportunities will be created for not only high-level management but middle and lower-level employees as well.
    • Most of the women work in administrative or support positions; the high-level, key policy-making positions are predominantly held by men.
    • MPs promised homeowners a fairer deal and the government called high-level summits with the mortgage industry, warning that the dodgy deals had to stop.
    • Jordan has over 20 years' high-level management experience in multinational IT companies, most recently with EMC Computer Systems.
    • The primary objective of the WLP was to increase the number of high-level women administrators at the University of Cincinnati.
    • House Speaker Agung Laksono said in a written speech earlier in the day that the legislature had asked the government to reconsider its plan to increase the salaries of high-level officials due to the strain on the state budget.
    • Over the past year the Australian government has been involved in a series of high-level negotiations with the US for a bilateral trade agreement.
    • A spokesman for the Minister for Environment confirmed that high-level negotiations have been on-going, but declined to comment on the IFA proposals.
    • Levy, who assumed the top job late this summer, has held a variety of mid- and high-level administrative jobs at community colleges since 1989.
    • The authors put forward a theory of a high-level cover-up that involved the CIA.
    • I remember talking last year with a prominent member of the Russian military-industrial complex who had just returned from meeting high-level officials in the US.
    • Thanks to its perceived strategic importance, the kingdom can count on high-level support in the capital, especially at the White House, State Department and Pentagon.
    • I find it hard to believe he has high-level sources in the administration, let alone any who would talk to him and no other reporters about this.
    • Their response was a series of publicly visible action plans with high-level industrial and political support.
    • We have more senior women in high-level management than any other company; 46 percent of our officers are women.
    • His recent election as vice-president and chairman of the executive will see Mr Worsley involved in high-level talks with regional and national Government, and he will eventually hold the post of president.
    • When she was offered the position of artistic director in 2000, she had no experience in high-level management.
    • This problem won't be solved by one high-level official accepting symbolic responsibility and resigning - it's going to require profound systemic change.
  • 2

    (bridge/road) elevado
    • Our job is not easy; it requires a high-level understanding of mathematics and logic and takes years to learn.
    • A high-level enquiry, Operation Lancet, investigated claims that officers under his command had given heroin to a suspect in return for a confession, and that known drug dealers had been tipped off in advance of a police raid.
    • The high-level rail tracks in Sydney and in New York, however ugly they may seem to artists, remain a very practical way to cross big cities.
    • It is a technology that requires high-level skills.
    • Obviously others have done the vast majority of the work for me on this piece, so here's a few high-level links to collections of information that were invaluable to me in this writing.
    • Since 2001, the association has tried to limit the wages paid to football players but its rules have been ignored by clubs who continued to try to attract high-level players with first-class wages.
    • The original fitted shelves below the high-level air bricks in the rear storage area have not been replaced.
    • A separate, fully monitored recovery area should be located directly adjacent to the procedure rooms for patients requiring immediate, high-level care.
    • At the rear, the talllight clusters are stacked vertically, positioned high out of harm's way, and a high-level brake light is integrated into the roofline above the two rear doors.
    • Once company leaders have determined that their operations strategy needs revising, they next need to focus on high-level requirements that a new strategy must meet.
    • After the weekend the group will be preparing for other high-level events, including matches in Germany and the next European Championships.
    • Data obtained in these studies confirmed that initiation of asthma required a single high-level exposure.
    • Hospitals are complex entities that incorporate elements requiring high-level technical support and servicing.
    • These more complex learning tasks require high-level cognitive processing; that is, critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making.
    • ‘He has played high-level rugby union in New Zealand and I might try to get him over here as well, first with Hull RU and then with the Wasps,’ said Sorbello.
    • West Yorkshire Police and Leeds United had put in place a high-level security plan for the game after widespread predictions that home fans would react angrily to the return of Manchester United centre back Rio Ferdinand.
    • There is thus considerable room for further expansion in order to meet the medium - to long-term demands of the knowledge society for high-level skills.
    • His achievement, along with consistent high-level performances, meant Lampard finished second behind Barcelona's Ronaldinho in the European Footballer of the Year poll.
    • McAfee's decision to quit Holland for Ireland is seen as a coup by the IDA, which recently has been attracting high-level investment projects by Intel, IBM and Guidant.
    • The Institute's high-level hockey performance coach, Australian Steve Colledge, has chosen a judicious mix of current internationalists and younger players being prepared for the future.
  • 3

    de alto nivel
    • Java is a high-level programming language developed by Sun Microsystems to run in a web environment.
    • Although this obviously complicates things somewhat, modern high-level languages make the difference between these two data structures easily understood.
    • The above features would be easy and straightforward for an experienced Web/database programmer to implement in a high-level language, such as Perl or Python.
    • This capability means that programs are easier and faster to write in high-level languages and are easier to debug.
    • Developers often make use of high-level scripting languages as a way of quickly writing flexible code.
  • 4

    (waste) de alta radiactividad
    high-level language lenguaje de alto nivel masculino
    • For more than two decades, the United States government has been attempting to develop a plan for the storage of high-level nuclear wastes.
    • In addition, residents criticized the government's inability to deal with high-level radioactive waste.
    • Spent fuel can then be transported for reprocessing and low and high-level waste collected for storage.
    • More than 2700 canisters of high-level radioactive waste extracted from the fuel are due to be returned to Japan within the next 15 years.
    • The campaign to keep high-level nuclear waste out of Utah and Nevada is just beginning.