Translation of absentee in Spanish:


ausente, n.

Pronunciation /ˌabs(ə)nˈtiː//ˌæbsənˈti/

nounPlural absentees

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    ausente feminine
    he was fired for being a habitual absentee lo echaron porque faltaba a menudo
    • Despite the absentees, Easingwold won by 62 runs.
    • He placed absentees under suspension with immediate effect pending inquiry.
    • A biting wind and swirling snow kept attendance low and meant that the absentees missed an evening of sparkling music from the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
    • Many were absentees living comfortably in the south.
    • He believes that most of the absentees were excused.
    • There were not high numbers of absentees at the school but the bugs seemed to be striking the same people, especially staff, she said.
    • Of that team, there may be some notable absentees for the England match.
    • There are notable absentees from other cities, too.
    • There were also four Conservative absentees and one Labour.
    • But those players aren't guaranteed to keep their places as no less then seven absentees from Monday's derby at Victory Park are set to return.
    • Under the new contracts for teachers, they will be entitled to time away from pupils while support staff take on tasks such as collecting dinner money and chasing absentees.
    • If teachers spent much time chasing absentees, it would be at the expense of those pupils who have turned up for lessons.
    • The final score denied Carlow a win they deserved, but given their absentees, they should be very pleased with their second half performance.
    • Support of the majority of all MEPs is required to make changes, including absentees.
    • The absentees included Laurence and John Hurney, Derek Hayes, John Foley, John Phelan, and Colin Keane.
    • She received her usual score or more of cards from relatives and friends, and there were the usual absentees - their cards would arrive a day or two later.
    • One defeat in eight matches isn't bad for a side whose list of absentees is even longer than Newcastle's.
    • Asked yesterday why 38 of the party's 163 MPs were not present, Mrs May said the absentees all had ‘good reasons’.
    • The vote was 96-2, and the two absentees regrettably were Kerry and Edwards.
    • The national target was a 10 per cent drop in the levels of absentees.