Traducción de commute en Español:


viajar todos los días, v.

Pronunciación /kəˈmjuːt//kəˈmjut/

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (entre el lugar de residencia y el de trabajo) viajar todos los días

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (sentence/punishment) conmutar
    the death sentence was commuted to one of life imprisonment le conmutaron la pena de muerte por la de cadena perpetua
  • 2formal

    (change, convert)
    to commute sth into/for sth conmutar algo por algo
    • Although it was possible to commute this payment into cash, the payment was almost always made in the form of these arms.
    • Most of the head tenants and some of the under tenants held on condition of knight service, later commuted into a money payment in lieu of service called scutage.
    • The order is merely commuted to a money payment, although this may be enhanced as we shall see below.
    • These obligations were initially rendered in kind, in terms of labor or provisions, but were gradually commuted to cash contributions.
    • Many of these men were probably employed in respect of lands who had commuted their military obligation for cash, although others were employed entirely in their own right.
    • Landlords had commuted most labor rents and rents in kind into contractual money rents by around 1600.
    • During the 14th century landowners found it profitable to commute labour services for fixed cash payments.
    • Under these conditions, direct labor service duties were commuted for money payments.