In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(design) reducir el tamaño de(dimensions) reducir
- The moving specialists' first task is to help the seniors downsize their belongings so they can fit into, say, a retirement-center efficiency or a one-bedroom apartment.
- But one big vendor, GE Capital, is downsizing its wager by taking back some of the planes it has leased to both carriers.
- OEMs have the option of downsizing their current starter motors, or using a more frequent stop/start schedule with their current designs.
- And if that is true then why not admit that Botoxing a wrinkled brow or downsizing a large nose, while cosmetic, may be reasonable choices for some to make as well.
- Also unlike a hybrid, this system would bring back the bank of batteries used in EVs, but greatly downsize it to reduce cost and weight and increase usable packaging space.
- I've downsized my office furniture, even though the desk makes me feel smaller.
- So taking equity out of the house when you retire and downsizing your lifestyle is a problem.
- ‘We downsized our house and trimmed our needs so we don't need the higher income at all, ‘she says.’
- You also get some benefit from downsizing the engine and making it a little more efficient, but you lose towing capacity.
- An option being seriously considered by most vehicle manufacturers is downsizing the engine as that offers significant advantages with respect to fuel consumption and emissions.
- If you're downsizing the time you'll be together, you all better schedule a restructuring meeting.
- I downsized it and cropped it slightly to create desktops for both macs (including a tibook size) and PCs here.
- These days, most Internet start-ups are hoarding their cash and downsizing their dreams.
- Company car drivers are beginning to downsize their cars to reduce Benefit-in-Kind liability, according to Lex Vehicle Leasing.
- This approach will make it possible to reduce the overall consumption of missiles during firing, downsize the impact zone and give a chance to use more efficiently the zone's depth.
- Saw a preview for the Lone Gunman that made me wince, hard; perhaps I had better start downsizing my expectations there as well.
- Following rivals P&G and Colgate-Palmolive, which downsized some powder detergent brands last year, Unilever will scale down its Wisk and powder starting in July.
- It implies that flexibility is much more important than downsizing expectations.
- The cost savings associated with downsizing the chilled water plant capacity was amplified because the emergency generators were likewise reduced in capacity.
- In Louisiana, coastal land loss is literally downsizing the state's coast.
2(head-count/staff) recortar(head-count/staff) reducir
- The following morning, ScottishPower announced a £60m restructuring to downsize the company after the sale of PacifiCorp, including the board reshuffle.
- The three counties regiment is one of those under threat as a result of continuing defence cuts and plans to downsize the Army.
- As part of the restructure, Southcorp is downsizing its Hunter Valley operations, including the closure of a Rosemount bottling plant at Denman.
- They were expressing their concern at the company's announcement that Dundalk Packaging is to close and Dundalk Brewery will be downsized.
- It is also necessary to downsize the Central and State Governments.
- After two days of staff meetings, the Government Reform Committee finished its preliminary blueprint for downsizing the Cabinet.
- After being downsized from her last corporate job, she decided to become her own boss.
- When Standard Chartered Nakathorn Bank wanted to downsize its 68-branch Bangkok network last year, it looked to the sky for clues about which offices to shutter.
- But I guess it's not so different from a CEO downsizing the auditing department.
- In March 2004, the company announced plans to refit 50 stores and downsize its Big W chain to increase profits.
- Most of them are downsizing the workforce, sending our jobs abroad, reducing work here to temporary and part-time status and holding wages down.
- Given the growing number of failing establishments that were downsizing their labor forces, the timing was not right to shove a wage increase (even if a small one) down the throat of business.
- I got a degree in networking from NYU and worked at a French bank in mid-town until 2001 when they downsized their IT department.
- The major point in the contract is that the employees who will be downsized three years before their retirement age will receive a 9-wage severance package.
- This came about following a decision by the company to downsize the Carlow plant as one of its product lines was being moved to China.
- He was telling me how his employer was sending around a survey to find out what tasks people were spending time on at work, all for the purpose of efficiency and downsizing the workforce.
- The draft of the Executive Yuan Organization Act would downsize the Cabinet from the current 35 administrative entities to 23, plus four independent institutions.
- We might have to trim and downsize our ministry.
- The high level of automation of missile preparation and launches helped rationalize alert duty missions and downsize alert crews.
- However, the sales and marketing director was unequivocal in saying that there were no plans to downsize the Wiltshire operation.
1hacer recortes del personalhacer recortes en la planillahacer recortes en la plantilla España
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