Translation of off-peak in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ɒfˈpiːk//ˌɔfˈpik/


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    (travel/fare/tariffs) fuera de las horas pico
    (fare/travel/tariffs) fuera de las horas punta Spain
    Electricity (demand/load) fuera de (las) horas pico
    Electricity (demand/load) fuera de (las) horas punta Spain
    Electricity (demand/load) en horas de menor consumo
    • All it would need is one enterprising local businessman with one not particularly large warehouse who would then move these goods into Kendal at traffic off-peak times.
    • She feels that more could be done for passengers travelling in off-peak hours.
    • The current surftime package I'm on might be unmetred off-peak but I'm often using it on-peak for half an hour here and there which adds up.
    • The railways are also set to be busy, with special deals for passengers willing to travel off-peak and book in advance.
    • Whenever possible, travel during an off-peak season to save even more.
    • For most domestic routes, off-peak fares are for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
    • Plans for a national discount railcard giving cheaper off-peak travel will be unveiled later this year.
    • The best way to stretch your travel dollar is to travel during off-peak times.
    • The first stage of a scheme to encourage off-peak travel on London suburban railways has been launched.
    • Overall, I believe the benefits of off-peak travel outweigh the drawbacks.
    • There will be free off-peak travel for pensioners and the disabled.
    • That's the price of a standard open return, whereas a saver return for off-peak travel would be £52.10.
    • The lowest fares apply to off-peak travel periods, which vary by city.
    • What he also forgot to say when declaring that pensioners would get free bus travel was that the travel will be free in off-peak hours only.
    • There are no peak or off-peak rates and calls to landlines in Britain and Northern Ireland are at the same great rate as landline calls in Ireland.
    • Travel would be free off-peak and on quiet roads.
    • You are likely to pay more for a vacation resort that is in high demand at the peak period, than for the off-peak period at a less popular resort.
    • Cheap day returns were charged at about 15p per mile, but were limited to off-peak travel because they were so cheap.
    • In Wales this problem is solved by the Dinorwig hydroelectric power station, which pumps water up to a high reservoir during off-peak periods.
    • Pensioners have been offered free off-peak local bus travel, but Mrs Williamson is concerned that could lead to higher council tax bills.