Traducción de self-supporting en Español:


económicamente independiente, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈˌsɛlf səˈpɔrdɪŋ///


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    (student) económicamente independiente
    (organization) autofinanciado
    • Canterbury was self-governing, self-supporting and self-reliant.
    • They were single self-supporting women who lived in pairs or groups, sometimes in settlement houses, and worked as teachers or pioneered in such new professions open to women as librarianship and social work.
    • The idea is for local communities to manage the land, wildlife, and natural resources so they are profitable, and ultimately, self-supporting.
    • All that said, there's a remarkable string of musicals - especially from the 1940s onward - that feature independent, self-supporting women.
    • Colonies were expected to be financially self-supporting and their revenues consequently often bore the heavy costs of defence and the campaigns of conquest.
    • Such a cost-benefit ratio lends weight to the proposition that, in many cases, infrastructure can be self-supporting, generating its own land value revenue source.
    • The CCI wanted the company to be self-supporting by the end of the five-year agreement.
    • As a self-supporting enterprise, space flight is far more costly than air travel.
    • A self-supporting population may also give international zoos the opportunity to have a platypus.
    • Today, they are not only self-supporting, economically empowered with a strong sense of self-esteem, but they are also playing an active role in nation building.
    • To become self-supporting in the future and to be no longer a financial burden for our sponsor club we have decided to raise money with charity activities.
    • Such a system is expensive to establish, but once it is in place, it is self-supporting.
    • Fee increases for students without bachelor's degrees were particularly difficult for self-supporting students, many of whom were low-income and minority students.
    • In this instance, over time they should become financially self-supporting.
    • The independent consultant with any hope of being self-supporting must have an organized library of information available at a moment's notice.
    • Artists are self-supporting and are forced to seek markets outside the country.
    • One possibility was to insist on the right to work and earn a self-supporting wage whenever circumstances dictated that they enter the labor market.
    • With government support, Cuban agriculture began to react to its immediate needs: to develop a sustainable, self-supporting agricultural system using renewable resources.
    • Artists are mostly self-supporting, although 7 percent of the national budget was devoted to recreational and cultural activities in 1996 and 1997.
    • Rather, the Church is to be self-extending, self-governing, and self-supporting because these characteristics arise from the nature of Christian faith.