Translation of cleanup in Spanish:

cleanup

limpieza, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈklinˌəp//ˈkliːnʌp/

noun

  • 1

    (clean)
    limpieza feminine
    the cleanup after the nuclear disaster las operaciones de limpieza luego del desastre nuclear
    • In addition to organizing clean-ups, they also invest in beautification projects.
    • Their efforts will go beyond delivering pep-talks and will extend to involving people in developing waste-reduction and recycling activities and encouraging community clean-ups and environmental improvements.
    • The Government announced the major clean-up campaign last year, partly in a bid to reduce the rising rates of patients who acquire infections from their stay in hospital.
    • When neighbourhood clean-ups are organised, we should not be hiding behind the curtains.
    • Put on your shorts, tee and sneakers, and do a quick clean-up from the party.
    • In August, the Wilderness Hiking Association launched a clean-up campaign to clean the Fish River Canyon.
    • The taxpayer will have to foot the clean-up bill, which could top €30 million.
    • He said five years ago he promised to campaign for the clean-up of Killarney's lake shores and the removal of overgrowth which obstructs scenic views.
    • The council will highlight the cost of clean-up bills to the taxpayer.
    • The river clean-up continues this week with the felling of trees along the bank.
    • The clean-up and environmental improvement have been listed as the top task of the city in the first 10 years of the century.
    • The clean-up of this environmental disaster will take a long time and Yorkshire Water have helped shorten this process with their offer.
    • Co-ordinated oil pollution clean-up operations continued throughout yesterday and were set to continue today and in the days ahead.
    • Without such growth we will not be able to pay for environmental clean-ups, for education, for health improvements, for restorative justice, or for public transport.
    • "Recently, we carried out a major litter clean-up in the park and this work is continuing.
    • You are encouraged to help identify flotsam sources, get involved in local beach clean-ups and campaign for responsible disposal of waste by marine industries.
    • Also included in the programme this summer are community projects, environmental clean-ups, education, training and careers advice.
    • Major sewerage and pollution clean-ups and restoration of natural habitats are thought to be behind the improvement.
    • In the community, he hopes to initiate a major spring clean-up in his ward.
    • The aim of this competition is to encourage regular, voluntary clean-ups of the area.
    • Political considerations, apparently, have delayed a clean-up of the most serious twin crimes of any bureaucracy - inefficiency and corruption.
    • The clean-up rate for crimes stood at a mere 20.8%.
    • The clean-up operation involved searching the buildings and targeting criminals operating from the buildings.
  • 2

    (of crime, corruption)
    limpieza feminine
    before noun cleanup campaign campaña contra la delincuencia (/ la corrupción etc. )
  • 3USinformal

    (large profit)
    tajada feminine informal