Traducción de exploitative en Español:

exploitative

explotador, adj.

Pronunciación /ɪkˈsplɔɪdədɪv//ɛkˈsplɔɪdədɪv//ɪkˈsplɔɪtətɪv/

adjetivo

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    (person) explotador
    (company/system) que explota
    • On what grounds might we justify interfering with consensual and mutually advantageous exploitative transactions?
    • The details suggested a mean streak, an exploitive nature, a sloppy greediness, none of which seemed especially pleasant, let alone presidential.
    • At first blush, the situation appears exploitive.
    • By crashing popular culture with trashy, exploitative entertainment we will gain visibility, have fun, and scare people, which is always a good thing.
    • They need to be there to protect workers from exploitative situations and to represent their interests.
    • Using corrupt means and intensely exploitative labour practices, they build up their own capital.
    • At the end of the day, doctoral students are in a relatively powerless position within academic institutions and potentially exploitative situations can arise.
    • But it's important to realize that exploitative companies do not gain their stranglehold accidentally.
    • They are the same as those most vulnerable to exploitative child labour in general - children from the poorest families who have had little education.
    • Should the aim be to seize political power in order to further social reform, or should political power be destroyed as exploitative and evil in itself?
    • Smaller individuals will hence be at a competitive advantage with respect to exploitative competition.
    • It is not exploitative, however, for someone to benefit from employing others if this works to the maximal benefit of the least well off.
    • The confederation calls child domestic servitude, ‘One of the most exploitative forms of child labour’.
    • Some teacher-exchange advocates consider any recruitment situation that forces applicants to go into debt to be exploitive.
    • The yogi forsakes stealing, lying, cheating, killing, and other exploitative and self-gratifying behaviours.
    • Whilst I wouldn't call the documentary dishonest, I would call it exploitative.
    • Contracts such as the one signed by the band may have been exploitative and unfair, but, unfortunately, they were all too common at the time.
    • This created a bad image of the private sector in the minds of the people and most of the population viewed capitalism as some corrupt exploitative philosophy.
    • The main issue is plant closures, as the auto industry moves to take advantage of more exploitative conditions in other regions.
    • Is it just the slurs and condescension that make the situation exploitive or am I missing something?