Traducción de terminate en Español:


poner fin a, v.

Pronunciación /ˈtəːmɪneɪt//ˈtərməˌneɪt/

verbo transitivo


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    (relationship/discussion) poner fin a
    (contract) poner término a
    (employee) despedir EEUU
    (employee) cesar EEUU uso criticado
    his employment will be terminated next month causará baja / quedará cesante el mes que viene
    • to terminate a pregnancy interrumpir el embarazo
    • He said that I would be better off if I resigned when I began looking for another job because I would not want it on my record that I was terminated.
    • Should you be terminated, you are entitled to file a grievance under the procedures set out in the Faculty Grievance Policies and Procedures.
    • His commitment should have terminated in 1972.
    • The board terminated the president and has made sure that such an occurrence will not be repeated by any other ambitious faculty or president.
    • Such arrangements will avoid the inconvenience of having services terminated or adding legal costs to a customer's bill.
    • You know, when you terminate someone's parental rights to their children, that's a heavy thing to do.
    • Their bosses can now terminate undocumented workers who join a union, without monetary consequences.
    • The Company's customers may terminate most service contracts for a variety of reasons, either immediately or upon notice of a future date.
    • As a result, data collection in these sites was terminated prior to achieving the targeted number of cases.
    • Should an employee be terminated no matter the severity of the problem?
    • However, if the person is not awarded tenure, the individual's contract is terminated no later than the end of the seventh year.
    • During those discussions, the children of parents responsible for terminating employees talked about how their parents were affected by having to lay off long-time associates.
    • Some policies, such as no drugs or alcohol on the camp property, are not negotiable and will result in the staff member being terminated.
    • For decades, budgets have been slashed and visionary programmes terminated in favour of more pragmatic goals.
    • And again, we thought she was very beautiful and very nice, but she just wasn't able to fulfill her duties, and therefore, we had no choice but to terminate her.
    • I have another I'm working on today which I'd better be careful of as my contract may be terminated quicker than I want if it gets into the wrong hands.
    • Since 2000, more than 9,000 such plans have been terminated, with more than twice terminated in 2004 than the previous year.
    • These employees were terminated for their action.
    • On the advice of their accountants, some record companies are terminating the contracts of world-renowned classical musicians.
    • The next day, she called me in and confronted me about the issue and terminated me since I had complaints before from patrons.
    • For specific reasons, the employer chooses to continue the activity and then harasses, disciplines, or terminates the employee.
    • The council's executive board considered the implications of terminating the existing contract, which has one year left to run, but deferred any decision until next month.
    • Things eventually get so bad that one of the partners (at the behest of the board of directors) terminates the other partner, who is then escorted from the building by security.
    • Larry believes he was terminated because he was too old and not female.
    • For example, we once had to terminate an employee who excelled in profitability and productivity yet would not adhere to our safety rules and therefore did not conform to our safety culture.
    • It was argued that to determine a case is to decide, resolve, conclude, end, terminate or finish an argument.
    • An at-will policy allows employers to terminate workers at the company's discretion.
    • The licences given to several petty shop-keepers will terminate in mid-December, and we plan to identify all such shops and their licences will be discontinued.
    • Even professional managers express profound anxiety about tasks like delivering negative evaluations and terminating employees.
    • So it's a big step forward but it isn't - I agree with John - going to terminate the whole terrorist problem.
    • One superintendent, one supervisor, one foreman and eight hourly employees were terminated.
    • This had an extant English precedent, in contrast with the system licensing newspapers that had been terminated in England, in large measure by inadvertence, in 1695.
    • The Plaintiff testified that she was shocked that she was terminated from her employment.
    • So if the applicant's office or service was not lawfully terminated and he remained in office, he is entitled to his full salary for the present, so it is all academic, is it not?
    • She went off on sick leave in early 1998 and her appointment was terminated in March that year.
    • During this two-year period the marriage cannot be annulled or terminated unless the spouse dies.
    • When someone is terminated, sit down with each employee individually and tell them why that happened, Duffy says.
    • Be aware that the employment relationship between the employee and the church will terminate when the worker leaves for active service with the National Guard.
    • Although the company claimed he was terminated for poor performance, McKnight proved them wrong.
    • When the work was more than half finished the homeowners terminated the contract.

verbo intransitivo

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    (relationship/lease) terminarse
    your employment will terminate on January 31ˢᵗ causará baja / quedará cesante el 31 de enero
    • this train terminates here hemos llegado a destino