atenerse a - translation to English
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atenerse a - translation to English

LETRA LATINA PRESENTE EN LOS ALFABETOS DEL RUMANO Y EL VIETNAMITA
Ắ; Ằ; Ẵ; Ẳ; Ặ

atenerse a      
(v.) = abide by, comply (with), conform to, conform with, hew to
Ex: Any library coming into OCLC has to agree to abide by those standards. Ex: Both UKMARC and UNIMARC comply with ISO 2709, the international standard for bibliographic record interchange on magnetic tape. Ex: These basic permutation rules are modified somewhat to conform to bibliographic requirements. Ex: The order of subelements within the uniform heading will conform with the conventions established by the cataloguing agency responsible for the entry. Ex: The structure adopted hews to the theoretical model of the resilient organization as described by Enright.
A-line dress         
TRIANGULAR OR A-SHAPED SILHOUETTE IN CLOTHING, GENERALLY STANDING AWAY FROM THE BODY
A-line dress; A-line gown; A-line skirt; A line skirt; Trapeze top; Trapeze dress; A-Line Dress
Vestido forrado
a         
  • Different [[glyphs]] of the lowercase letter A.
  • Another Capital A
  • Greek alpha, version 1
  • Blackletter A
  • Latin A
  • Egyptian hieroglyphic ox head
  • Etruscan A, version 1
  • Greek Classical uncial
  • Latin 300 AD uncial, version 1
  • Typographic variants]] include a double-storey '''a''' and single-storey '''ɑ'''.
  • Modern Roman A
  • Modern Italic A
  • Modern Script A
  • Phoenician aleph
  • 305x305px
  • Proto-Sinaitic 'alp
  • Proto-Caanite Aleph
  • Road sign in Ireland, showing the Irish "Latin alpha" form of "a" in lower and upper case forms.
  • Early Latin A
  • Uncial A
FIRST LETTER OF THE LATIN ALPHABET
A; The Letter A; A (letter); LetterA; User:Liangent/rd; User:Liangent~zhwiki/rd; ASCII 65; U+0041; ASCII 97; \x41; U+0061; Letter A; Ꞻ; Single-storey a; Single-story a; Double-story a; Double-storey a; Lowercase a; Letter a; ꞻ
un, uno, una [Article]

Definition

pret-a-porter
pret-a-porter (fr.; pronunc. [préta portér]) adj. y n. m. Se aplica a la ropa que se hace en serie según unas tallas fijadas de antemano.

Wikipedia

Ă

Ă, o A breve, es una letra latina utilizada en los alfabetos del rumano y vietnamita. Consiste en la letra A diacrita con un breve .

Examples of use of atenerse a
1. Ya saben cuál es: atenerse a la legalidad democrática.
2. "Los peruanos tendrán que atenerse a las consecuencias.
3. Quien no cumpla la ley "tendrá que atenerse a las consecuencias", proclamó.
4. Les aconsejaba que dieran media vuelta si no querían atenerse a las consecuencias.
5. En respuesta, el club prefirió atenerse a la utopía de Cristiano y a la capacidad de Raúl para la persuasión.