Traducción de runoff en Español:


segunda votación, n.

Pronunciación /ˈrʌnɒf//ˈrənɑf/


  • 1

    Política segunda votación femenino
    Deporte eliminatoria femenino
    • Well, today's Ukrainian Supreme Court decision nullifies the results of the presidential run-off election.
    • Five are in the race for the presidency, and because that means a split vote, it's likely the winner won't be decided before a run-off election in late September.
    • The court agreed with the opposition that there were systematic violations in the run-off that took place November 21.
    • The Supreme Court rejected official publication of results that showed the Prime Minister had beaten him in a run-off election on Sunday.
    • The strategy worked exceeding well, as he bested his nearest rival by over 40 percent and won an absolute majority of the votes in the primary, making a November run-off election moot.
    • A Prada skipper sailed out to the Hauraki Gulf Tuesday morning knowing it had to win the two races on the card to survive for a sudden-death run-off Wednesday against OneWorld.
    • The Iranian voting public put a hardliner and a conservative pragmatist into a run-off election with their ballots on Friday.
    • It is four-and-a-half years since Germany beat South Africa in a bitter run-off to stage the competition and there was controversy from the start.
    • Now that the Ukrainian supreme court is nixing a run-off and ordering new elections, it's not expected to quiet down anytime soon.
    • Public opinion polls predict no outright winner, raising the chances of a run-off election in two weeks most probably between he and the chief of the Democratic Party.
    • If he fails to capture 50 per cent of the vote, there will be a run-off election against the second-place vote-getter.
    • Should we have yet another recount or a run-off election?
    • Many Zambian observers had favoured US-style presidential primary elections that would then have had the two leading candidates in a run-off election.
    • With all three level on five points dropped there was a run-off to decide the eventual winner.
    • They will advance to the April 17 run-off if the results are certified later.
    • He confounded all opinion polls by coming second in the presidential elections, as a result of which he entered the run-off elections against him.
    • He stunned the political establishment on Sunday by making it into the run-off election for president two weeks from now, pushing aside the Socialist Prime Minister.
    • That's 16 riders racing over 20 heats with a first-place run-off if necessary.
    • He has been soundly beaten in the run-off for the presidential election in France.
    • The election run-off last month was won by the Russian-backed prime minister, but after mass protests and evidence of ballot-rigging the result was cancelled by the supreme court.
  • 2

    (by-product, excess liquid)
    residuo líquido masculino
    • But there is no mention of such a phenomenon in the EIA reports of the projects on the Teesta, which is sustained by glacial melt, snowmelt run-off and monsoon rainfall.
    • Their handiwork exacerbated run-off and made homeowners more vulnerable to floods and landslides.
    • What will be done about the water run-off from the built-up areas?
    • The trails we went to work on had literally become streams thanks to massive run-off from a new building's parking lot shedding water straight into this watershed area.
    • Uncontaminated surface water run-off and rainwater from roofs shall be collected separately from slurry and shall be disposed of directly to the nearest drain, ditch, soakpit or watercourse.
    • Furthermore, there are concerns about the pollution of the water system caused by run-off from these sites.
    • Since there are no rivers in Shetland, there is very little fresh water run-off in the voes (small fjords), and the chances of farmed salmon escaping up the rivers are negligible.
    • Winding through the upper canyon, much of the trail has been washed away by the fierce spring run-off from the glaciers still hanging above.
    • Sydney is no stranger to severe thunderstorms, and because large expanses of the urban area are paved, much of the rainfall becomes flood run-off.
    • However, construction of the observation tower would cover most of this land in Tarmac and other impermeable surfaces, which would increase surface run-off, because less water can soak into the ground.
    • In 1983 a new 4.31-mile circuit was built incorporating some of the original track, but with an improved surface and run-off areas.
    • The seeds of F. cernua disperse primarily by gravity and secondarily by surface water run-off after rare heavy rains.
    • They are a result of overflowing rivers, accumulated run-off from higher land, and the practice of making low earth barriers to limit soil erosion and store water.
    • That run-off soaks through transpiration trenches, so it reduces the volume of water running off and also gives a filtration effect.
    • In addition, the mulch improves soil quality over time, minimizing water waste caused by run-off and evaporation.
    • The fine drizzly rain synonymous with the Lakes could also change to become more tropical, heavier storms, with water run-off from the land introducing more materials into watercourses, said Dr Sweeting.
    • Adding to the problem is extensive paving in large housing complexes, which causes fast run-off into storm water drains, which are then overloaded, causing the rivers to flood and wash down pollution.
    • Where data does exist it may fail to consider current risks such as increased rainfall due to climate change or increased run-off of water from land due to deforestation or the drainage of wetlands.
    • The catchments of these basins may have a very large surface area, collecting run-off from a vast region.
    • Rainwater run-off will filter through a rock storage bed into a giant wetlands filter before it goes back into the Rouge River.
  • 3

    (process) escorrentía femenino
    (water) agua de escorrentía femenino
    • The main cause is excess nitrogen run-off from farm fertilizers, sewage and industrial pollutants.
    • But over time, fertilizer run-off from agriculture, for example, may load the lake with excess nutrients.
    • Others make a home near land at nutrient run-off points from farms and power plants.
    • Non-point pollution, in contrast, enters waterbodies in a diffuse manner, such as through run-off from farmers' fields or from forests, or as pollution seeping down into groundwater aquifers.
    • The primary concern is to minimize run-off and to protect natural water courses.
    • The increasing level of phosphorus discharges to the lake, due to agricultural run-off from the surrounding land, was believed to have resulted in significant changes in the ecology of the lake.
    • He, from near Thirsk, has come up with a way of reducing the surface run-off from ploughed land during and after heavy rainfall.
    • Water on even the most pristine golf courses can contain excess nutrients and organic matter from fertilizer run-off, grass clippings and leaves.
    • Other causes of this are discharges of inadequately treated sewage from urban centres, poorly sited or malfunctioning septic tanks and run-off of fertilisers from afforestation areas.
    • This compaction subsequently increases the risk of surface run-off of nutrients from fertiliser and slurry
    • They blame fertiliser run-off, increased irrigation drawing water from the river, and rising salination as tidal effects reach further up the delta from the South China Sea.
    • The Surf City contamination is almost certainly the result of urban run-off flushed into storm drains.
    • This run-off carries fertile matter from soils into the pond.
    • The number of blooms is growing as a result, experts believe, of nutrients and fertilizers in farm and sewage run-off.
    • Siltation is still occurring from run-off from the land.
    • They are smothered by sediment, and choked by algae growing on nutrient rich sewage and fertilizer run-off.
    • The family also owned lucrative coal mines in the area and run-off from these added to the pollution.
    • Fish kills provide the most dramatic form of pollution, arising from discharges of silage run-off, manure slurries and sewage and industrial waste.
    • The increased phosphorus is arising from run-off from agricultural land and farmyards as well as from municipal and industrial effluent discharges.
    • That's long enough to get carried into the rivers by the spring run-off and spread through the whole water table.