(adj.) = beloved ; projected ; loved ; esteemed ; valued ; dear ; estimated. Ex: If one were to think of an analogue outside the library situation, one would conjure up the image of a miser cackling with delight as he counts and recounts his beloved coins. Ex: The areas allowed for housing books were based on the size of the existing collection, plus the projected annual acquisition rate multiplied by ten years. Ex: Listening to stories, poems, nursery rhymes, nonsense, while occupied with a loved adult in a comforting activity, acclimatizes the infant to the rhythms of prose and poetry. Ex: This tremendous outpouring of titles is one reason why British publishing has such a highly esteemed place in the world. Ex: One very elementary kind of invitation might be the introduction of lavatories in public libraries: a facility to be found in department stores, which are interested in service to valued customers. Ex: Heaney noted that 'in the first place and in the last resort, libraries are for dear life also'. Ex: This youthfulness explains the estimated loss to the profession of 105 librarians by 1983. ---- * muy estimado = highly regarded ; highly esteemed ; highly reputed. (v.) = appraise ; deem ; estimate ; reckon ; gauge [gage, -USA] ; esteem ; hold in + esteem ; prize [prise, -USA] ; look up to ; hold + Nombre + dear. Ex: If one walks round a large general booskshop and carefully appraises the stock on display it becomes clear quite quickly that there are many types of books which seem to bear a strong similarity to each other. Ex: If a corporate body is deemed to have some intellectual responsibility for the content of a work, then the name of that body will usually feature as a heading on either a main or added entry. Ex: For example, without scanning the entire index it is impossible to estimate the total number of relevant documents in the system, a figure that is required in the calculation of recall. Ex: Book form is easy to use, readable, and reckoned to be an acceptable format for many users. Ex: The 2nd 'Think Tank' held in Dallas, June 89, focused on gauging what breakthrough issues are occurring in the field that directly concern libraries and merit consideration. Ex: But women value social progress and consciousness of success less than men and esteem freedom and love. Ex: However, staff of reference libraries are not always held in such high esteem. Ex: She was so poor that she had nothing but one single hen, which she prized as the apple of her eye. Ex: No mattter how high I get, I'll still be looking up to you. Ex: Cuts in Government agriculture spending are an attack on everything we hold dear in this country. ---- * estimar grosso modo = guesstimate. * estimar la demanda de Algo = gauge + the demand for. * estimar los costes = cost out. * subestimar = understatement.
stimato/a si usa anche per intestare le lettere rivolte a persone con cui non ci legano rapporti d'amicizia o fiducia, sarebbe l'equivalente a "spettabile" es:Estimado Sr. Gonzalez equivale a Spett.le Sig. Gonzalez