Translation of gleanings in Spanish:

gleanings

rebusca, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡliːnɪŋz//ˈɡlinɪŋz/

plural noun

  • 1

    (of harvest, crop)
    rebusca feminine
  • 2

    (of information)
    (de información) fragmentos masculine
    datos masculine
    • Several minutes later, after reading each result, he filtered the information and ran the gleanings back out onto the dummy websites he'd set up.
    • He devoted just over 1 page to these remains in the course of a four-page article on miscellaneous gleanings buried in the deep Sahara.
    • Suffering several weeks of temporary lameness, I have been taking taxis a good deal, and offer a few gleanings from recent experience.
    • His writings about aspects of Chinese life combine published information, his own observations, and gleanings from his sources in China.
    • Three sets of comments are printed on each page: standard historical and philological notes; gleanings from mid-rashic theological reflections; and ethical advice for today's Conservative Jews.
    • So by applying our model (Reading, Navigating, Interacting) and our short list of gleanings, there are all sorts of things that can be done to browsers to make them better.
    • These are gleanings not from your run-of-the-mill general knowledge ready-reckoner, but rather from a directory of, by and perhaps for doctors.
    • The result is not a complete picture but a fragmented collage made up of one man's gleanings.
    • All of it was furnished with what looked like gleanings from someone's attic - hill station style.
    • Chapter three represents the author's gleanings from the aforementioned 175 peninsular cases the author found mainly in the Sevillian Archive of the Indies.
    • It's reminiscent of other press gleanings, except that he makes no pretense that his work is objective.
    • Next week it's all about music: spiritual gleanings from the multicultural arts festival, Carnivale, including Byzantine chant.
    • Warships are therefore hermetically-sealed custodians of separate vernacular languages, or gleanings from them.