(n.) = inflection ; nuance ; overtone ; colour [color, -USA] ; shading ; undertone ; tint ; sidenote [side-note] ; tinge ; twist ; flavour [flavor, -USA]. Ex: The correct inflection of meaning should be conveyed by the way in which the words are used in the title. Ex: Their appreciation of the nuances of good abstracting style or appropriate indexing terminology may be lacking. Ex: Those materials they describe as ephemera must be collected and despite the derogatory overtones of the descriptor, carefully organized. Ex: This is why we quite often find that literary uses of language deliberately explode dictionary definitions, and by the particular way a particular author uses words, selects and orders them, they take on a highly personal color we call style. Ex: The darkest and the lightest shading took the shortest amount of time, the medium shading the longest. Ex: Speakers covered the history of the campaign to alert parents to racist undertones in children's books. Ex: The lighting is good but made unharmonious by the use of colour tints. Ex: The odour impression was a very pleasant spearmint, with green, floral, fruity, and spicy sidenotes. Ex: This crass suggestion carries with it more than a tinge of suburban elitism. Ex: Given such a narrow area in which to write it would be argued that the miracle is how so many authors can continue to find new twists to such a restricted basic theme. Ex: Collected in 1907 from an oral source, this story depends for its charm and attraction on the colloquial flavour, its dialect. ---- * adoptar un matiz = take on + colour. * con pequeños matices = nuanced. * de todos los tonos y matices = of all shades and hues ; of every shade and hue. * matiz de significado = shade of meaning. (v.) = qualify ; qualify ; refine ; temper ; tinge. Ex: Common facets may be listed anywhere in the schedule order, because they are facets that, although only listed once can be applied anywhere in the citation order, as required to qualify the concept to which they apply. Ex: Common facets may be listed anywhere in the schedule order, because they are facets that, although only listed once can be applied anywhere in the citation order, as required to qualify the concept to which they apply. Ex: The flush of success with AACR1 gave the code compilers and cataloguers the confidence to criticise the new code with the object of further refining it. Ex: This advantage must be tempered by the fact that the standard centrally produced record may not always be consistent with local requirements. Ex: But the relief was tinged with apprehension that the new housing would lead to slums and crime, as some opponents have long feared. ---- * matizar + Posesivo + palabras = explain + Posesivo + words.