Traducción de handover en Español:


entrega, n.

Pronunciación /ˈhandəʊvə//ˈhændˌoʊvər/


  • 1Britanico

    (of packet, etc)
    entrega femenino
    • Blair wants UN involvement and a handover to a civil administration under a UN mandate as soon as possible.
    • What's your assessment of the change of the handover and how that might affect things?
    • The talk in Britain was of what to do with the potential asylum-seekers who might head for the UK if the handover went wrong.
    • It would need an orderly handover of some of our responsibilities.
    • Those concerns are reasons for Brown to push for an early handover.
    • Mr Coutts-Wood recommended that both medical staff and paramedics should read report forms together during patient handovers and discuss any extra verbal information.
    • He is one of the key negotiators of the parks handover and joint management.
    • Have you witnessed any major changes since the handover to China?
    • A club statement said his departure from the board ‘will be effective at a mutually convenient future date when all the necessary handovers of responsibilities have been completed’.
    • The High Court case centres on eight travel journals, including one account of the handover of Hong Kong to China.
    • Critics initially bemoaned bungled handovers from London and perceived parochialism.
    • There has been a feeling that the outbreak of democracy represented a Latin American ‘spring’, with the countries now becoming accustomed to democracy and smooth handovers of power.
    • I don't usually do handovers on a Sunday, but as the guy was so nice, I decided to make an exception to my rule.
    • Most of the staff were inside buildings preparing for the shift handover.
    • This handover is not going to happen and there will be a gap.
    • The Conservative leader will probably hang on to his job but only long enough to allow a smooth handover to a younger politician.
    • The handover came in the same week that South Lakeland district councillors called for a public inquiry to decide the issue.
    • Why was the information not communicated to me earlier and in fact left until after the handover and transfer of funds?
    • With the handover in sight and the rifts patched over, the chancellor and prime minister have never been so publicly united.
    • Meetings will be held with all the staff to inform them of the changes and ensure a smooth handover.
  • 2

    (of power)
    cambio de mando masculino