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a salary increase

  • 1 aumento de salario

    • pay in the same coin
    • pay increase
    • pay into
    • salary increase

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > aumento de salario

  • 2 incremento

    m.
    1 increase.
    2 increment, build-up, increase, augmentation.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: incrementar.
    * * *
    1 increase, rise
    \
    incremento salarial wage rise, US raise
    * * *
    SM [de conocimiento] increase, gain; [de precio, sueldo, productividad] increase, rise
    * * *
    masculino (frml) increase
    * * *
    = increase, increment, rise, tide, blossoming, augmentation, increase in numbers, growth in number, surge, jump, upswing, widening, mark-up [markup].
    Ex. The term you have chosen indicates an increase in specificity, since it is one of the members of the group described by the basic term.
    Ex. The volume increment gives information about the numbering scheme for volumes.
    Ex. The rapid rise of computer literacy in the world has led to a demand for the easy availability of many kinds of information.
    Ex. What has happened is that yet another institution has so overlapped with our own that we are being swept along on the tide of the technological revolution.
    Ex. There has been a blossoming in new consumer health information services.
    Ex. If the budget will not permit staff augmentation, then the reference librarian must help the department head to make the most of available resources.
    Ex. The present increase in numbers of overseas students in Australia tertiary institutions has implications for libraries.
    Ex. The growth in number of national, regional and international agricultural organisations has resulted in a vast output of scientific and technical literature, issued in a wide variety of forms.
    Ex. The Internet is also creating a new surge of interest in information in all forms, and a revitalized interest in reading.
    Ex. One of these proposals, a large jump in the dues for students and retired members, was watered down before finally being passed.
    Ex. The author discusses the current upswing in paperback sales of children's books in the USA and the slump in hardback sales.
    Ex. Despite growth in export volume in recent years, there has been a widening of the national current account deficit from 8.8% to over 20%.
    Ex. Customers will be charged either a mark-up or a mark-down, depending on whether they are buying or selling.
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    * incremento de = increased.
    * incremento de la demanda = increased demand.
    * incremento de la producción = increased production.
    * incremento del salto = jump increment.
    * incremento del uso = increased use.
    * incremento notable = rising tide.
    * incremento presupuestario = budget increase.
    * incremento salarial = salary increase.
    * por incremento gradual = incremental.
    * por incrementos graduales = incrementally.
    * * *
    masculino (frml) increase
    * * *
    = increase, increment, rise, tide, blossoming, augmentation, increase in numbers, growth in number, surge, jump, upswing, widening, mark-up [markup].

    Ex: The term you have chosen indicates an increase in specificity, since it is one of the members of the group described by the basic term.

    Ex: The volume increment gives information about the numbering scheme for volumes.
    Ex: The rapid rise of computer literacy in the world has led to a demand for the easy availability of many kinds of information.
    Ex: What has happened is that yet another institution has so overlapped with our own that we are being swept along on the tide of the technological revolution.
    Ex: There has been a blossoming in new consumer health information services.
    Ex: If the budget will not permit staff augmentation, then the reference librarian must help the department head to make the most of available resources.
    Ex: The present increase in numbers of overseas students in Australia tertiary institutions has implications for libraries.
    Ex: The growth in number of national, regional and international agricultural organisations has resulted in a vast output of scientific and technical literature, issued in a wide variety of forms.
    Ex: The Internet is also creating a new surge of interest in information in all forms, and a revitalized interest in reading.
    Ex: One of these proposals, a large jump in the dues for students and retired members, was watered down before finally being passed.
    Ex: The author discusses the current upswing in paperback sales of children's books in the USA and the slump in hardback sales.
    Ex: Despite growth in export volume in recent years, there has been a widening of the national current account deficit from 8.8% to over 20%.
    Ex: Customers will be charged either a mark-up or a mark-down, depending on whether they are buying or selling.
    * incremento de = increased.
    * incremento de la demanda = increased demand.
    * incremento de la producción = increased production.
    * incremento del salto = jump increment.
    * incremento del uso = increased use.
    * incremento notable = rising tide.
    * incremento presupuestario = budget increase.
    * incremento salarial = salary increase.
    * por incremento gradual = incremental.
    * por incrementos graduales = incrementally.

    * * *
    ( frml)
    (aumento) increase; (del salario) increase, increment
    * * *

     

    Del verbo incrementar: ( conjugate incrementar)

    incremento es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    incrementó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    incrementar    
    incremento
    incrementar ( conjugate incrementar) verbo transitivo (frml) to increase
    incremento sustantivo masculino (frml) increase
    incrementar verbo transitivo to increase
    incremento sustantivo masculino increase, growth
    incremento salarial, wage rise
    ' incremento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    subida
    - aumento
    - multiplicación
    English:
    increase
    - increment
    - rise
    * * *
    [de precios, salario] increase, rise; [de actividad] increase; [de temperatura] rise incremento porcentual percentage increase
    * * *
    m growth
    * * *
    aumento: increase

    Spanish-English dictionary > incremento

  • 3 aumento de salario aplazado

    • postponed salary increase
    • postponed wage increase

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > aumento de salario aplazado

  • 4 aumento de salario diferido

    • deferred salary increase
    • deferred wage increase

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > aumento de salario diferido

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