absence


absence
noun
1) (the condition of not being present: His absence was noticed.) ausencia
2) (a time during which a person etc is not present: After an absence of five years he returned home.) ausencia
absence n ausencia
absence
tr['æbsəns]
noun
1 (of person) ausencia
in the manager's absence I am in charge en ausencia del jefe quien manda soy yo
2 (of thing) falta, carencia
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
absence makes the heart grow fonder la distancia ablanda el corazón
absence of mind despiste nombre masculino
absence ['æbsənts] n
1) : ausencia f (de una persona)
2) lack: falta f, carencia f
absence
n.
arrobo s.m.
ausencia s.f.
defecto s.m.
ensimismamiento s.m.
falta s.f.
'æbsəns
noun
a) (of person) ausencia f

absence makes the heart grow fonder — la ausencia es al amor lo que al fuego el aire: que apaga el pequeño y aviva el grande

b) (lack)

absence of something — falta f de algo

in the absence of suitable alternatives — a falta de alternativas adecuadas

['æbsǝns]
N [of person] ausencia f ; [of thing] falta f

in the absence of — [+ person] en ausencia de; [+ thing] a falta de

after an absence of three months — tras una ausencia de tres meses

to be sentenced in one's absence — ser condenado en ausencia

absence of mind — distracción f , despiste m

* * *
['æbsəns]
noun
a) (of person) ausencia f

absence makes the heart grow fonder — la ausencia es al amor lo que al fuego el aire: que apaga el pequeño y aviva el grande

b) (lack)

absence of something — falta f de algo

in the absence of suitable alternatives — a falta de alternativas adecuadas


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • absence — [ apsɑ̃s ] n. f. • XIIIe; lat. absentia 1 ♦ Le fait de n être pas dans un lieu où l on pourrait, où l on devrait être. On a remarqué l absence de Monsieur X dans, (à) cette réunion. Nous avons regretté votre absence. Loc. Briller par son absence …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • absence — ab‧sence [ˈæbsns] noun [countable, uncountable] HUMAN RESOURCES when a person is not at work, for example because they are ill: • Evelyn took charge in his absence. • The work of the department suffered because of her frequent absences. ˌleave… …   Financial and business terms

  • absence — I (nonattendance) noun abandonment, absentia, abstention, avoidance, defection, desertion, nonappearance, nonpresence, removal, truancy, withdrawal associated concepts: absence from the state, absent creditors, absent debtor, absent defendant,… …   Law dictionary

  • absence — Absence. s. f. Eloignement d une personne qui n est point dans le lieu de sa residence ordinaire. Longue, courte absence. élégie sur une absence. en mon absence. Il se dit aussi du deffaut de presence d une personne qui ne se trouve pas à une… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Absence — Ab sence, n. [F., fr. L. absentia. See {Absent}.] 1. A state of being absent or withdrawn from a place or from companionship; opposed to {presence}. [1913 Webster] Not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence. Phil. ii. 12. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • absence — ► NOUN 1) the state of being away from a place or person. 2) (absence of) the non existence or lack of. ● absence makes the heart grow fonder Cf. ↑absence makes the heart grow fonder …   English terms dictionary

  • absence — (n.) late 14c., from O.Fr. absence (14c.), from L. absentia, noun of state from absentem (nom. absens), prp. of abesse be away from, be absent, from ab away (see AB (Cf. ab )) + esse to be (see ESSENCE (Cf. ess …   Etymology dictionary

  • absence — Absence, f. penac. Absentia. Absence legitime, Absentia iusta et causaria. En nostre absence, Absentibus nobis, vel absente nobis …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • absence — [n1] state of not being present absenteeism, AWOL*, cut*, French leave*, hooky*, nonappearance, nonattendance, no show*, truancy, vacancy; concept 746 Ant. existence, presence absence [n2] state of lacking something needed or usual dearth,… …   New thesaurus

  • absence — [ab′səns] n. [ME < OFr < L absentia: see ABSENT] 1. the condition of being absent, or away 2. the time of being away 3. the fact of being without; lack [in the absence of evidence] 4. inattentiveness …   English World dictionary

  • Absence — (fr., spr. Abfangs), Abwesenheit; A. d esprit (fr., spr. A. d Espri), Geistesabwesenheit …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon


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