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tax abatement

  • 1 abatimiento

    m.
    1 low spirits, dejection.
    2 discouragement, dejection, depression, abatement.
    3 drift, leeway.
    4 prostration, lowness of spirits, abaissement.
    5 dismantling, disassembling.
    * * *
    1 dejection, depression
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    SM
    1) (=derribamiento) demolition, knocking down
    2) (=depresión) depression, dejection
    3) (=moral) contemptible nature
    * * *
    1) ( depresión) depression; ( desánimo) despondency, dejection
    2) ( destrucción) destruction
    * * *
    Ex. After a 10 year period of existence a real feeling of despondency emerges in the reports of the National Library Service.
    * * *
    1) ( depresión) depression; ( desánimo) despondency, dejection
    2) ( destrucción) destruction
    * * *

    Ex: After a 10 year period of existence a real feeling of despondency emerges in the reports of the National Library Service.

    * * *
    A (desánimo) depression, despondency
    B (destrucción) destruction
    * * *

    abatimiento m (desaliento) dejection, despondency: no te dejes caer en el abatimiento, don't let it get you down
    2 (inclinación) crumbling down
    3 (derrocamiento) overthrow
    (de una pieza de caza) killing
    ' abatimiento' also found in these entries:
    English:
    doldrums
    - glumly
    - depression
    - miserably
    * * *
    [desánimo] low spirits, dejection;
    el abatimiento se instaló en las almas de los soldados an air of despondency set in amongst the soldiers;
    con abatimiento dejectedly, downheartedly
    * * *
    m depression
    * * *
    1) : drop, reduction
    2) : dejection, depression

    Spanish-English dictionary > abatimiento

  • 2 aplacamiento

    m.
    1 appeasableness.
    2 stay of execution.
    3 abatement, appeasement, calming, tranquilization.
    * * *
    1 placation, calming
    * * *
    Ex. He supported ' appeasement' and never advocated armed intervention against the dictators.
    * * *

    Ex: He supported ' appeasement' and never advocated armed intervention against the dictators.

    * * *
    calming
    * * *
    : appeasement

    Spanish-English dictionary > aplacamiento

  • 3 convertido a dinero

    (adj.) = monetised [monetized, -pl.]
    Ex. Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.
    * * *
    (adj.) = monetised [monetized, -pl.]

    Ex: Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > convertido a dinero

  • 4 convertido en valor monetario

    (adj.) = monetised [monetized, -pl.]
    Ex. Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.
    * * *
    (adj.) = monetised [monetized, -pl.]

    Ex: Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > convertido en valor monetario

  • 5 de medicina

    (adj.) = medical
    Ex. The asbestos literature is discussed under its industrial, medical, legal, control and abatement aspects.
    * * *
    (adj.) = medical

    Ex: The asbestos literature is discussed under its industrial, medical, legal, control and abatement aspects.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de medicina

  • 6 decaimiento

    m.
    1 gloominess (desaliento).
    2 depression, discouragement, decay, dejection.
    3 decrease, diminution.
    4 abaissement, languidness, acratia, abatement.
    * * *
    1 (debilidad) weakness, weakening
    2 (tristeza) sadness
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=decadencia) decline, decay
    2) (=empeoramiento) [de salud] weakening; [de ánimo] discouragement
    3) (Com) falling-off
    * * *
    masculino ( abatimiento) despondency
    * * *
    = decline, slackening.
    Ex. Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.
    Ex. Paper products in the field still outsell electronic versions, and no one foresees a slackening off of the book as the primary product.
    * * *
    masculino ( abatimiento) despondency
    * * *
    = decline, slackening.

    Ex: Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.

    Ex: Paper products in the field still outsell electronic versions, and no one foresees a slackening off of the book as the primary product.

    * * *
    1
    (abatimiento): tengo un decaimiento I feel run-down o low
    2 (disminución) decline
    un decaimiento del interés del público por estos artículos a decline o fall in public interest for these goods
    * * *
    1. [desaliento] gloominess
    2. [falta de fuerzas] weakness
    3. [decadencia] decline;
    un decaimiento de la actividad en el sector turístico a decline in business in the tourist sector
    * * *
    m decline; de salud deterioration;
    sufre un decaimiento she feels run down

    Spanish-English dictionary > decaimiento

  • 7 desgravación

    f.
    unburdening, duty relief, reduction of duties, reduction of taxes.
    * * *
    1 deduction
    \
    desgravación fiscal tax deduction
    * * *
    SF

    desgravación de impuestos, desgravación fiscal — tax relief

    * * *
    femenino tax exemption (AmE), tax relief (BrE)
    * * *
    = tax relief, tax abatement.
    Ex. The legislature has passed a tax-relief law that increased state aid to schools.
    Ex. Tax abatement is one of the primary incentives available to local government to promote economic development.
    ----
    * desgravación fiscal = tax credit, tax deduction, tax relief, tax abatement.
    * desgravación tributaria = tax abatement, tax relief.
    * * *
    femenino tax exemption (AmE), tax relief (BrE)
    * * *
    = tax relief, tax abatement.

    Ex: The legislature has passed a tax-relief law that increased state aid to schools.

    Ex: Tax abatement is one of the primary incentives available to local government to promote economic development.
    * desgravación fiscal = tax credit, tax deduction, tax relief, tax abatement.
    * desgravación tributaria = tax abatement, tax relief.

    * * *
    tax exemption ( AmE), tax relief ( BrE)
    la desgravación que se puede realizar the tax exemption ( AmE) o ( BrE) tax relief that can be claimed, the amount that can be offset against tax
    desgravaciones por gastos de viaje tax deductions for traveling expenses
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    desgravación sustantivo femenino
    tax exemption (AmE), tax relief (BrE)
    desgravación sustantivo femenino deduction
    desgravación fiscal, tax deduction
    ' desgravación' also found in these entries:
    English:
    allowance
    - tax relief
    * * *
    deduction;
    las desgravaciones por hijo o familiar a cargo the allowances for a dependent child or relative;
    una inversión con derecho a desgravación a tax-deductible investment;
    una desgravación del 15 por ciento a reduction in your tax of 15 percent
    desgravación fiscal tax relief
    * * *
    f deduction

    Spanish-English dictionary > desgravación

  • 8 desgravación fiscal

    f.
    tax avoidance, tax allowance, tax deduction, personal allowance.
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    tax deduction
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    (n.) = tax credit, tax deduction, tax relief, tax abatement
    Ex. The elimination of income-tax deductions for children & the establishment of a refundable tax credit to support poor families in the US is proposed.
    Ex. All too many conferences, workshops, and courses are much ado about nothing, devoted to providing the sponsors with extra revenue and participants with tax deductions.
    Ex. The legislature has passed a tax-relief law that increased state aid to schools.
    Ex. Tax abatement is one of the primary incentives available to local government to promote economic development.
    * * *
    (n.) = tax credit, tax deduction, tax relief, tax abatement

    Ex: The elimination of income-tax deductions for children & the establishment of a refundable tax credit to support poor families in the US is proposed.

    Ex: All too many conferences, workshops, and courses are much ado about nothing, devoted to providing the sponsors with extra revenue and participants with tax deductions.
    Ex: The legislature has passed a tax-relief law that increased state aid to schools.
    Ex: Tax abatement is one of the primary incentives available to local government to promote economic development.

    * * *
    tax relief

    Spanish-English dictionary > desgravación fiscal

  • 9 desgravación tributaria

    (n.) = tax abatement, tax relief
    Ex. Tax abatement is one of the primary incentives available to local government to promote economic development.
    Ex. The legislature has passed a tax-relief law that increased state aid to schools.
    * * *
    (n.) = tax abatement, tax relief

    Ex: Tax abatement is one of the primary incentives available to local government to promote economic development.

    Ex: The legislature has passed a tax-relief law that increased state aid to schools.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desgravación tributaria

  • 10 disminución

    f.
    decrease, abatement, decline, reduction.
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    1 decrease, reduction
    \
    ir en disminución to diminish, decrease
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    noun f.
    decrease, drop, fall
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=reducción) [de población, cantidad] decrease, drop, fall; [de precios, temperaturas] drop, fall; [de velocidad] decrease, reduction
    2) (Med) [de dolor] reduction; [de fiebre] drop, fall
    3) (Cos) [de puntos] decreasing
    * * *
    a) (de gastos, salarios, precios) decrease, drop, fall; ( de población) decrease, fall
    b) (de entusiasmo, interés) waning, dwindling
    c) ( al tejer) decreasing
    * * *
    = decline, drop, dropping off, lessening, shortfall [short-fall], shrinkage, diminution, abatement, deceleration, falling-off, waning, downward spiral, fall, slowdown, ebbing, minimisation [minimization, -USA], depletion, subsidence, lowering, effacement.
    Ex. Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.
    Ex. Perfect recall can only be achieved by a drop in the proportion of relevant documents considered.
    Ex. There is a sharp dropping off, particularly where activities require going beyond the library walls = Se da un marcado descenso, especialmente allí donde las actividades necesitan ir más allá de los muros de la biblioteca.
    Ex. It was concluded that when one tries to hold the fragile interest (through library publications) of a new customer, a mere lessening of sentence and word lengths work wonders in preventing the impeding of that interest.
    Ex. It seems likely that it is between 80-90% complete but since there are some notable absentees the shortfall in total coverage is a significant one.
    Ex. DBMS systems aim to allow data to be re-organised to accommodate growth, shrinkage and so on.
    Ex. Most adults feel the awakening of interest in biography and a diminution at the same time of the fondness for fiction.
    Ex. The asbestos literature is discussed under its industrial, medical, legal, control and abatement aspects.
    Ex. He observes that at the junction points of sciences there is an almost twofold deceleration of the processes of application and spreading of knowledge.
    Ex. A slight decline -- about 1% -- in the book title output of US publishers took place in 1988, compared with 1987, largely attributable to a falling-off of mass market paperback output, especially in fiction.
    Ex. This article discusses the impact of growing number of students and waning financial resources on library services and acquisition focusing on book shortages, security problems and inadequacy of staffing.
    Ex. The downward spiral of increasing serial prices and decreasing subscriptions is well documented.
    Ex. There has been a rapid increase in the number and costs of science, technology and medicine scholarly titles in recent years, and a fall in subscriptions.
    Ex. A new solution to the problem of predicting cyclical highs and lows in the economy enables one to gauge whether an incipient economic downswing will turn out to be a slowdown in economic growth or a real recession.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The ebbing of municipal documents and the flow of public information in New York'.
    Ex. A strategy for deciding the optimal volume of a library's periodical holdings is formulated, based on minimisation of the total costs incurred by the use of periodical articles.
    Ex. Results indicated that there will be a serious depletion of resources in library schools before the year 2001.
    Ex. Decision making by the Water Board on water levels was based on information on agricultural effects and the risk of damage to buildings and roads as a consequence of subsidence.
    Ex. Irrespective of the depth of indexing, however, the essential simplicity of post-coordinate indexing is a factor that can lead to a lowering of precision at the search stage.
    Ex. Meanwhile a coalition of cells has been effected at intervals through the effacement of their walls.
    ----
    * disminución de la calidad = lowering of standards.
    * disminución de la confianza = sapping of confidence.
    * en disminución = dwindling, on the wane.
    * * *
    a) (de gastos, salarios, precios) decrease, drop, fall; ( de población) decrease, fall
    b) (de entusiasmo, interés) waning, dwindling
    c) ( al tejer) decreasing
    * * *
    = decline, drop, dropping off, lessening, shortfall [short-fall], shrinkage, diminution, abatement, deceleration, falling-off, waning, downward spiral, fall, slowdown, ebbing, minimisation [minimization, -USA], depletion, subsidence, lowering, effacement.

    Ex: Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.

    Ex: Perfect recall can only be achieved by a drop in the proportion of relevant documents considered.
    Ex: There is a sharp dropping off, particularly where activities require going beyond the library walls = Se da un marcado descenso, especialmente allí donde las actividades necesitan ir más allá de los muros de la biblioteca.
    Ex: It was concluded that when one tries to hold the fragile interest (through library publications) of a new customer, a mere lessening of sentence and word lengths work wonders in preventing the impeding of that interest.
    Ex: It seems likely that it is between 80-90% complete but since there are some notable absentees the shortfall in total coverage is a significant one.
    Ex: DBMS systems aim to allow data to be re-organised to accommodate growth, shrinkage and so on.
    Ex: Most adults feel the awakening of interest in biography and a diminution at the same time of the fondness for fiction.
    Ex: The asbestos literature is discussed under its industrial, medical, legal, control and abatement aspects.
    Ex: He observes that at the junction points of sciences there is an almost twofold deceleration of the processes of application and spreading of knowledge.
    Ex: A slight decline -- about 1% -- in the book title output of US publishers took place in 1988, compared with 1987, largely attributable to a falling-off of mass market paperback output, especially in fiction.
    Ex: This article discusses the impact of growing number of students and waning financial resources on library services and acquisition focusing on book shortages, security problems and inadequacy of staffing.
    Ex: The downward spiral of increasing serial prices and decreasing subscriptions is well documented.
    Ex: There has been a rapid increase in the number and costs of science, technology and medicine scholarly titles in recent years, and a fall in subscriptions.
    Ex: A new solution to the problem of predicting cyclical highs and lows in the economy enables one to gauge whether an incipient economic downswing will turn out to be a slowdown in economic growth or a real recession.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The ebbing of municipal documents and the flow of public information in New York'.
    Ex: A strategy for deciding the optimal volume of a library's periodical holdings is formulated, based on minimisation of the total costs incurred by the use of periodical articles.
    Ex: Results indicated that there will be a serious depletion of resources in library schools before the year 2001.
    Ex: Decision making by the Water Board on water levels was based on information on agricultural effects and the risk of damage to buildings and roads as a consequence of subsidence.
    Ex: Irrespective of the depth of indexing, however, the essential simplicity of post-coordinate indexing is a factor that can lead to a lowering of precision at the search stage.
    Ex: Meanwhile a coalition of cells has been effected at intervals through the effacement of their walls.
    * disminución de la calidad = lowering of standards.
    * disminución de la confianza = sapping of confidence.
    * en disminución = dwindling, on the wane.

    * * *
    1 (de gastos, salarios, precios) decrease, drop, fall; (de la población) decrease, fall
    la disminución de las tarifas the lowering of o reduction in charges
    la disminución de la población estudiantil the decrease o fall in the student population
    2 (del entusiasmo, interés) waning, dwindling
    una disminución del interés del público waning o dwindling public interest
    3 (al tejer) decreasing
    * * *

     

    disminución sustantivo femenino
    decrease, fall;
    ( de temperatura) drop;
    ( de tarifa) reduction
    disminución sustantivo femenino decrease, drop
    ' disminución' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    distensión
    English:
    decline
    - decrease
    - shrinkage
    - fall
    - slump
    * * *
    [de cantidad, velocidad, intensidad] decrease, decline (de in); [de precios, temperaturas] fall (de in); [de interés] decline, waning (de of);
    la disminución del desempleo/de la contaminación the decrease in unemployment/pollution;
    una disminución salarial a decrease o drop in wages;
    ir en disminución to be on the decrease
    * * *
    f decrease
    * * *
    disminución nf, pl - ciones : decrease, drop, fall
    * * *
    disminución n fall / drop

    Spanish-English dictionary > disminución

  • 11 efecto secundario

    m.
    side effect, after-effect, consequence, aftereffect.
    * * *
    (n.) = side effect [side-effect], spillover effect, after effect [after-effect]
    Ex. The abstracts of research papers will typically represent incidental findings (e.g. properties, side-effects, important inconsistencies in arguments or deductions, newly discovered data sources).
    Ex. In a world in which economies are linked by international trade and capital flows, abatement by one economy induces spillover effects.
    Ex. This paper explains how the after effects of flooding on library walls and shelving were dealt with by means of humidifiers and fans.
    * * *
    (n.) = side effect [side-effect], spillover effect, after effect [after-effect]

    Ex: The abstracts of research papers will typically represent incidental findings (e.g. properties, side-effects, important inconsistencies in arguments or deductions, newly discovered data sources).

    Ex: In a world in which economies are linked by international trade and capital flows, abatement by one economy induces spillover effects.
    Ex: This paper explains how the after effects of flooding on library walls and shelving were dealt with by means of humidifiers and fans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > efecto secundario

  • 12 en dinero

    (adj.) = monetised [monetized, -pl.]
    Ex. Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.
    * * *
    (adj.) = monetised [monetized, -pl.]

    Ex: Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en dinero

  • 13 fiscal2

    2 = fiscal, prosecuting.
    Ex. The effect of fiscal pressures is particularly evident for government on-line systems, such as DOE/RECON.
    Ex. Moreover, the investigating function is in principle kept separate from the prosecuting one, at least in the case of the more serious offences including those related to corruption.
    ----
    * abogado fiscal = prosecuting attorney, district attorney, district counsel.
    * año fiscal = fiscal year, business year, accounting year, tax year.
    * beneficio fiscal = fiscal benefit.
    * desgravación fiscal = tax deduction, tax relief, tax abatement.
    * ejercicio fiscal = tax year, fiscal year, business year, accounting year.
    * exención fiscal = tax write-off.
    * extracto fiscal = tax statement, income tax statement.
    * fraude fiscal = tax evasion.
    * licencia fiscal = trading licence.
    * paraíso fiscal = tax haven, offshore banking.
    * reducción fiscal = tax cut.
    * residencia fiscal = tax residence.
    * tipo fiscal = tax rate.
    * tipo fiscal marginal = marginal tax rate.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fiscal2

  • 14 impositivo

    adj.
    demanding, of taxes, tax, taxing.
    * * *
    1 tax
    \
    tipo impositivo tax rate
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (Econ) tax antes de s
    2) And, Cono Sur (=autoritario) domineering; (=imperativo) imperative
    * * *
    - va adjetivo
    1) (Fin, Fisco) <sistema/reforma> tax (before n)
    2) <persona/tono> domineering, overbearing
    * * *
    ----
    * banda impositiva = income tax bracket, tax bracket.
    * base impositiva = tax base.
    * reducción de tipo impositivo = tax abatement.
    * tipo impositivo = income tax bracket, tax rate, tax bracket.
    * tipo impositivo marginal = marginal tax rate.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo
    1) (Fin, Fisco) <sistema/reforma> tax (before n)
    2) <persona/tono> domineering, overbearing
    * * *
    * banda impositiva = income tax bracket, tax bracket.
    * base impositiva = tax base.
    * reducción de tipo impositivo = tax abatement.
    * tipo impositivo = income tax bracket, tax rate, tax bracket.
    * tipo impositivo marginal = marginal tax rate.
    * * *
    A ( Fin, Fisco) ‹sistema/reforma› tax ( before n)
    B ‹persona/tono› domineering, overbearing
    * * *

    impositivo
    ◊ -va adjetivo ‹sistema/reforma tax ( before n)


    ' impositivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    tributación
    - tributaria
    - tributario
    English:
    tax bracket
    * * *
    impositivo, -a adj
    tax;
    política impositiva tax o taxation policy;
    la carga impositiva de las empresas the tax burden on companies
    * * *
    adj tax atr ;
    tipo impositivo rate of tax
    * * *
    impositivo, -va adj
    : tax
    tasa impositiva: tax rate

    Spanish-English dictionary > impositivo

  • 15 mitigación

    f.
    mitigation, lessening, relief, abatement.
    * * *
    1 mitigation
    * * *
    SF mitigation frm; (=de dolor) relief; [de sed] quenching
    * * *
    femenino (frml) mitigation (frml); ( del dolor) relief; ( de la sed) quenching
    * * *
    Ex. Recommendations are made for potential public library involvement in the four phases of comprehensive emergency management: mitigation/long-term prevention, preparedness to respond, response to emergencies, and the recovery.
    * * *
    femenino (frml) mitigation (frml); ( del dolor) relief; ( de la sed) quenching
    * * *

    Ex: Recommendations are made for potential public library involvement in the four phases of comprehensive emergency management: mitigation/long-term prevention, preparedness to respond, response to emergencies, and the recovery.

    * * *
    ( frml)
    mitigation ( frml); (del dolor) relief; (de la sed) quenching
    * * *
    [de efecto] mitigation; [de miseria] alleviation; [de daño] reduction; [de ánimos] calming; [de sed] quenching; [de hambre] lessening; [de choque, golpe] softening; [de dudas, sospechas] allaying

    Spanish-English dictionary > mitigación

  • 16 monetizado

    = monetised [monetized, -pl.].
    Ex. Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.
    * * *
    = monetised [monetized, -pl.].

    Ex: Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > monetizado

  • 17 médico2

    2 = medical.
    Ex. The asbestos literature is discussed under its industrial, medical, legal, control and abatement aspects.
    ----
    * asistencia médica = medical care, health care [healthcare], medical aid, medical assistance.
    * atención médica = medical attention.
    * avance médico = medical advance.
    * ciencia médica = medical science.
    * clínica médica = medical clinic.
    * cobertura médica = medical cover.
    * cuidado médico = medical attention.
    * desde un punto de vista médico = medically, medically.
    * diagnóstico médico = medical diagnosis.
    * diccionario médico = medical dictionary.
    * emergencia médica = medical emergency.
    * examen médico = medical examination.
    * investigación médica = medical research.
    * pase médico = teaching round.
    * profesión médica, la = medical profession, the.
    * receta médica = doctor's prescription.
    * recetario médico = prescription pad.
    * reconocimiento médico = medical checkup.
    * representación óptica médica = medical imaging.
    * seguro médico = health insurance plan, medical insurance, health insurance.
    * servicio médico = medical care, medical aid, medical assistance.
    * sin receta médica = over the counter.
    * tratamiento médico = doctoring, medical treatment.
    * vendaje médico = wound dressing.
    * visitadora médica = pharmaceutical saleswoman.
    * visitador médico = pharmaceutical salesman.
    * visita médica = grand round.

    Spanish-English dictionary > médico2

  • 18 pintura con plomo

    (n.) = lead paint
    Ex. Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.
    * * *
    (n.) = lead paint

    Ex: Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pintura con plomo

  • 19 reducción

    f.
    1 reduction, decrease, decline, fall.
    2 curtailment, deescalation, cut, cutback.
    * * *
    1 reduction
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=disminución)
    a) [de cantidad, precios, consumo, tamaño] reduction

    una reducción del gasto públicoa cut o reduction in public spending

    b) [de tiempo] reduction
    2) (Mat) (=conversión) [de unidades, medidas] conversion; [de ecuaciones] reduction
    3) [de rebeldes] defeat
    4) (Med) setting, reduction frm
    5) Chile [de indígenas] reservation ( of natives)
    6) LAm ( Hist) settlement of Christianized Indians
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( disminución) reduction

    la reducción del precio del panthe reduction in o lowering of the price of bread

    reducción de impuestos — tax cuts, reduction in taxes

    b) (Fot) reduction
    2) (Mat, Quím, Med) reduction
    3) (Chi) ( de indígenas) reservation
    * * *
    = compression, curtailment, cutting, reduction, shrinkage, contraction, dilution, diminution, abatement, slashing, ebbing, depletion, narrowing, cut, effacement, drawdown, mark-down.
    Ex. The compression keys are built for all main and added entry combinations appropriate to a record.
    Ex. This paper emphasises the need for booksellers to keep informed of new developments and of the danger of curtailment of present activities, but also to be prepared to experiment.
    Ex. This article concludes that cutting the number of words could lead to undesirable impoverishing of data bases rendering them useless as an independent source of information.
    Ex. A scheme should allow reduction, to take out subjects and their subdivisions which are no longer used.
    Ex. DBMS systems aim to allow data to be re-organised to accommodate growth, shrinkage and so on.
    Ex. The euphoric years of affluence and expansion in the decades immediately following the midpoint of the century have given way to traumatic years of austerity and contraction.
    Ex. The good novelist is therefore an author with a wide appeal but this wide appeal is not attained, or even sought, through a dilution of quality; it is simply that this type of writer has a different sort of skill.
    Ex. Most adults feel the awakening of interest in biography and a diminution at the same time of the fondness for fiction.
    Ex. The asbestos literature is discussed under its industrial, medical, legal, control and abatement aspects.
    Ex. But more to the point, the claim that 2 1/2 million jobs depend on slashing red tape is a misrepresentation of a CBI survey carried out in advance of the UK general election of 1983.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The ebbing of municipal documents and the flow of public information in New York'.
    Ex. Results indicated that there will be a serious depletion of resources in library schools before the year 2001.
    Ex. The narrowing of the curriculum has implications for the future.
    Ex. Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex. Meanwhile a coalition of cells has been effected at intervals through the effacement of their walls.
    Ex. Commanders in Iraq have decided to begin the drawdown of U.S. forces in volatile Diyala province, marking a turning point in the U.S. military mission.
    Ex. Customers will be charged either a mark-up or a mark-down, depending on whether they are buying or selling.
    ----
    * escala de reducción = reduction ratio.
    * mamoplastía de reducción = reduction mammoplasty.
    * mecanismo de reducción de situaciones difíciles = threat-reduction mechanism.
    * reducción al mínimo = minimisation [minimization, -USA].
    * reducción de costes = cost saving [cost-saving].
    * reducción de gastos = cost cutting, cost saving [cost-saving], cost reduction.
    * reducción de impuestos = tax cut.
    * reducción de la cuota de los países endeudados = debt relief.
    * reducción de la deuda externa = debt relief.
    * reducción de las diferencias entre... y = narrowing gap between... and, narrowing of the gap between... and.
    * reducción de los precios = price cut.
    * reducción de los tipos de interés = rate cut, interest-rate cut.
    * reducción de pecho = breast reduction.
    * reducción de personal = staff cutbacks, downsizing.
    * reducción de plantilla = downsizing.
    * reducción de precios = pricecutting.
    * reducción de tipo impositivo = tax abatement.
    * reducción de una palabra a su raíz = stemming.
    * reducciones presupuestarias = budgetary restrictions.
    * reducción fiscal = tax cut.
    * reducción para piano = piano score.
    * reducción presupuestaria = budget reduction, budgetary constraint.
    * reducción tributaria = tax reduction.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( disminución) reduction

    la reducción del precio del panthe reduction in o lowering of the price of bread

    reducción de impuestos — tax cuts, reduction in taxes

    b) (Fot) reduction
    2) (Mat, Quím, Med) reduction
    3) (Chi) ( de indígenas) reservation
    * * *
    = compression, curtailment, cutting, reduction, shrinkage, contraction, dilution, diminution, abatement, slashing, ebbing, depletion, narrowing, cut, effacement, drawdown, mark-down.

    Ex: The compression keys are built for all main and added entry combinations appropriate to a record.

    Ex: This paper emphasises the need for booksellers to keep informed of new developments and of the danger of curtailment of present activities, but also to be prepared to experiment.
    Ex: This article concludes that cutting the number of words could lead to undesirable impoverishing of data bases rendering them useless as an independent source of information.
    Ex: A scheme should allow reduction, to take out subjects and their subdivisions which are no longer used.
    Ex: DBMS systems aim to allow data to be re-organised to accommodate growth, shrinkage and so on.
    Ex: The euphoric years of affluence and expansion in the decades immediately following the midpoint of the century have given way to traumatic years of austerity and contraction.
    Ex: The good novelist is therefore an author with a wide appeal but this wide appeal is not attained, or even sought, through a dilution of quality; it is simply that this type of writer has a different sort of skill.
    Ex: Most adults feel the awakening of interest in biography and a diminution at the same time of the fondness for fiction.
    Ex: The asbestos literature is discussed under its industrial, medical, legal, control and abatement aspects.
    Ex: But more to the point, the claim that 2 1/2 million jobs depend on slashing red tape is a misrepresentation of a CBI survey carried out in advance of the UK general election of 1983.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The ebbing of municipal documents and the flow of public information in New York'.
    Ex: Results indicated that there will be a serious depletion of resources in library schools before the year 2001.
    Ex: The narrowing of the curriculum has implications for the future.
    Ex: Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex: Meanwhile a coalition of cells has been effected at intervals through the effacement of their walls.
    Ex: Commanders in Iraq have decided to begin the drawdown of U.S. forces in volatile Diyala province, marking a turning point in the U.S. military mission.
    Ex: Customers will be charged either a mark-up or a mark-down, depending on whether they are buying or selling.
    * escala de reducción = reduction ratio.
    * mamoplastía de reducción = reduction mammoplasty.
    * mecanismo de reducción de situaciones difíciles = threat-reduction mechanism.
    * reducción al mínimo = minimisation [minimization, -USA].
    * reducción de costes = cost saving [cost-saving].
    * reducción de gastos = cost cutting, cost saving [cost-saving], cost reduction.
    * reducción de impuestos = tax cut.
    * reducción de la cuota de los países endeudados = debt relief.
    * reducción de la deuda externa = debt relief.
    * reducción de las diferencias entre... y = narrowing gap between... and, narrowing of the gap between... and.
    * reducción de los precios = price cut.
    * reducción de los tipos de interés = rate cut, interest-rate cut.
    * reducción de pecho = breast reduction.
    * reducción de personal = staff cutbacks, downsizing.
    * reducción de plantilla = downsizing.
    * reducción de precios = pricecutting.
    * reducción de tipo impositivo = tax abatement.
    * reducción de una palabra a su raíz = stemming.
    * reducciones presupuestarias = budgetary restrictions.
    * reducción fiscal = tax cut.
    * reducción para piano = piano score.
    * reducción presupuestaria = budget reduction, budgetary constraint.
    * reducción tributaria = tax reduction.

    * * *
    A
    1
    (disminución): reducción de gastos reduction in costs
    la reducción del precio del pan the reduction in o lowering of the price of bread
    no habrá reducción de los impuestos there will be no tax cuts o no reduction in taxes
    una reducción del personal a reduction o cutback in the workforce
    se ha producido una reducción en el consumo de tabaco there has been a reduction o drop in tobacco consumption
    una reducción de tres horas semanales a reduction of three hours a week
    se solicitó la reducción de la pena they asked for the sentence to be commuted o reduced
    2 ( Fot) reduction
    B
    1 ( Mat) reduction
    2 ( Quím) reduction
    C (de una ciudad) conquest; (de los rebeldes, enemigos) defeat
    D
    2 ( Chi) (de indígenas) reservation
    E (de una fractura) setting, reduction ( tech)
    * * *

     

    reducción sustantivo femenino
    reduction;
    reducción de impuestos tax cuts, reduction in taxes;

    una reducción de personal a reduction o cutback in the workforce
    reducción sustantivo femenino reduction
    reducción de plantilla, streamlining

    ' reducción' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    contrapartida
    - polvareda
    - rebaja
    - despedir
    English:
    cut
    - cutback
    - decrease
    - reduction
    - redundant
    - remission
    - retrenchment
    - board
    * * *
    1. [disminución] reduction;
    piden la reducción de la jornada laboral they are asking for working hours to be shortened;
    reducción al absurdo reductio ad absurdum;
    reducción de gastos cost cutting;
    han anunciado una reducción de gastos they have announced that they are going to cut costs;
    reducción de jornada: [m5] estar en reducción de jornada to work part-time;
    reducción de precios [acción] price-cutting;
    [resultado] price cut;
    2. [sometimiento] [de rebelión] suppression;
    [de ejército] defeat
    3. Med [de fractura] reduction
    4. Quím reduction
    5. Hist = settlement of Indians converted to Christianity
    6. RP [de cadáver] exhumation [for reburial of bones in smaller container]
    * * *
    f
    1 reduction;
    reducción de empleo job cuts pl ;
    reducción de la jornada laboral shortening of the working day;
    plantilla cutbacks pl, job cuts pl
    2 MED setting
    * * *
    reducción nf, pl - ciones : reduction, decrease
    * * *
    reducción n reduction

    Spanish-English dictionary > reducción

  • 20 reducción de tipo impositivo

    Ex. Tax abatement is one of the primary incentives available to local government to promote economic development.
    * * *

    Ex: Tax abatement is one of the primary incentives available to local government to promote economic development.

    Spanish-English dictionary > reducción de tipo impositivo

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  • tax — A charge by the government on the income of an individual, corporation, or trust, as well as the value of an estate or gift. The objective in assessing the tax is to generate revenue to be used for the needs of the public. A pecuniary burden laid …   Black's law dictionary

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  • abatement — /euh bayt meuhnt/, n. 1. the act or state of abating or the state of being abated; reduction; decrease; alleviation; mitigation. 2. suppression or termination: abatement of a nuisance; noise abatement. 3. an amount deducted or subtracted, as from …   Universalium

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