(v.) = build + a case for ; justify ; make + apology ; warrant ; justify ; excuse ; vindicate. Ex: Then, with a kind of energetic abruptness, Bough said that they could try to build a case for keeping the budget intact. Ex: The time has arrived when it is more appropriate to ask why cataloguing is still conducted on a manual basis, rather than to seek to justify the use of computers in cataloguing. Ex: My perspective, for which I make no apology, is that of someone who works daily with the nitty-gritty of cataloging, as many of you do. Ex: Such broad selection may also warrant the use of go-and stop-lists. Ex: The weaknesses of the cold-metal machines were that they did not justify the lines automatically as part of the type-setting process. Ex: Librarians could be excused for wondering if there is any role for them to play in the virtual library environment. Ex: The relevance to a local library situation of British Library Lending Division data on periodical usage is vindicated. ---- * el fin justifica los medios = the end justifies the means. * justificar a la derecha = justify + right. * justificar Algo = argue + Posesivo + corner. * justificar el esfuerzo = justify + the effort. * justificar la existencia = justify + Posesivo + existence. * justificar la necesidad de = justify + the case for. * sin justificar = unjustified.