Translation of double time in Spanish:

double time

paga doble, n.

noun

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    Business
    paga doble feminine
    on Sundays we're on double time los domingos nos dan paga doble / nos pagan el doble
    • Saturdays paid time and a half, Sundays double time.
    • The four hours in excess of 38 hours per week in the clause shall be paid at double time.
    • But even double time wages were not enough to entice many workers to put themselves at risk, given the inadequacies of the resources that remained.
    • He told the Evening Press that after talks with officials he had ‘reason to suspect’ they intend to withdraw premium payments such as double time from weekend workers.
    • Anyone who works these holidays must give up the payments of double time and time and a half.
    • In addition, eligible employees who do work on the holiday are paid time-and-a-half for the first 11 hours and double time after 11 hours.
    • Already their workers, in effect, get double time for work on a public holiday, because they get a day off in lieu.
    • Overtime was due to be cut in stages over the next two years, from double time on bank holidays to time-and-a-half.
    • Many other people who work with the elderly and vulnerable would lose enhancements, such as double time payments for work on a bank holiday.
    • While the daily rate rose from $12.56 to $13 an hour, a flat weekend rate of $15 replaced the previous system of time and a half for the first two hours and double time thereafter.
    • Instead of the Sunday premium of triple pay, some regular Sunday workers will receive time-and-a-half payment with others receiving double time.
    • According to Unison, the council is proposing to cut time-and-a-half and double time payments for weekends and bank holidays to a £6.12 per hour flat rate.
    • If that were done, employers who wanted their professional and managerial workers to put in more than forty hours a week would have to pay time and a half for overtime and double time for weekends.
    • Though it wasn't compulsory, everyone got a paid three-week holiday or bank holiday double time and days in lieu.
    • He told the Gazette: ‘The union is seeking double time for night working, days off in lieu and all public holidays off.’
    • The temping coordinator informed me, with a meaningless smile, that while the rate is normally double time for weekend overtime, in this instance they had come to a special agreement that overtime would be paid at time and a half.
    • In return for double time and a day off in lieu, we expect firefighters to work normally on public holidays.
    • At the moment, nurses receive a 25% shift allowance in respect of actual nights worked, an added €10 for working Saturdays and double time on a Sunday.
    • They have taken away the holiday overtime average, double time overtime and things like that.
    • Gary is busy until next February but should make his big money on crowd control at the summer's big outdoor events where he can charge double time.
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    Military
    paso ligero masculine
    • In the hours after the first quake in January, they marched in double time through devastated streets of Las Colinas, a neighborhood of Santa Tecla, carrying shovels across their chests like rifles.
    • The patrol, at any given time, would pick up a double time for a short duration and, at times, change the logical direction of its movement to prevent being targeted or trailed.

intransitive verb

double-time
US
Military

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    marchar a paso ligero