(n.) = regime [régime]. Ex: This study found that online access to scientific serials is most appropriate in the third world, principally due to the presence of a small number of scientists with a broad range of interests which makes the fixed-price regimes of print, microform or CD-ROM disadvantageous. ---- * antiguo régimen, el = ancient regime, the. * partidario del régimen = loyalist. * régimen autoritario = authoritarian regime. * régimen capitalista = capitalist regime. * régimen comunista = communist regime. * régimen de terror = reign of terror. * régimen dictatorial = dictatorial regime. * régimen fascista = fascist regime. * régimen militar = military regime. * régimen policial = police regime. * régimen político = political regime. * régimen socialista = socialist regime. (n.) = diet ; regimen. Ex: Miss Laski suggests that the depiction of life found in many novels is naive, over-simplified and, as a constant diet, can do more harm than good. Ex: Moreover, the medical profession encompasses a spectrum of opinions as to the efficacy, value, and danger attendant upon various regimens and courses of treatment. ---- * alojamiento en régimen de pensión completa = full-board accommodation. * alumno en régimen de internado = boarding pupil. * régimen alimenticio = dieting. * régimen de pensiones = pension scheme. * régimen deportivo = fitness regime(n). * régimen de vida = lifestyle [life style/life-style]. * régimen tributario, el = tax system, the. (n.) = diet. Ex: For example, space medicine certainly requires a knowledge of medicine, but in addition involves problems related to space physics, mechanics (the phenomenon of weightlessness), diet, hygiene, the list is formidable. ---- * a régimen = on a diet.