Translation of off-season in Spanish:

off-season

temporada baja, n.

(off season)

noun

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    temporada baja feminine
    before noun off-season rates tarifas de fuera de temporada feminine
    • Visitor numbers were already sliding at the Minster, in common with other cathedrals, and it remains to be seen how low the figures will sink in the quieter off-season period.
    • Also, off-season rental can be as much as 30% less than during the peak summer season.
    • The camp could also boost revenues by adding off-season weekend sessions and leasing camp facilities to religious and nonprofit groups.
    • Hermano invites the ‘couple’ to join him for a few days at an off-season resort.
    • Toronto has a Blue Jay Caravan that in the off-season goes across Canada putting on baseball clinics.
    • We wish our fans and fellow racers a happy and healthy off-season and wonderful start to the new year.
    • The Society is offering an off-season sales bargain for about 20 days.
    • During off-season dealings, when home loans are in less demand, lenders are more likely to waive some of the fees they typically charge.
    • Many fish harvesters, in fact, must continue to supplement their fishing income with off-season trade employment.
    • The diminutive front-man has not kicked a ball in anger since breaking his leg in September last year but has been training during the off-season in a bid to be ready for the start of the new campaign.
    • But unlike most, who spend a good deal of the off-season binging on their favorite treats, his preparation doesn't include much more than a little fine-tuning.
    • Rest assured that as the off-season looms, I will continue to get my life in tip-top shape for next year.
    • For their part, travel companies are slashing their already low off-season rates.
    • But with a tumultuous off-season looming, Bateer's return to Denver is far from a sure thing.
    • I love how Jamison came to Dallas in the off-season expecting to be a starter, moved to the bench following the trade for Walker, and hasn't complained one bit.
    • The general manager went into the off-season looking for a leadoff hitter, cleanup hitter and closer.
    • The off-season rate made it a great deal: For two nights with 10 percent hotel tax, the tab came to $173.80.
    • During the off-season I usually train abs three times a week, with at least one day of rest in between.
    • He signaled to the coach that during off-season he wanted to get better and to do so in a deliberate way.
    • Each year the Babe would report for spring training hugely overweight after an off-season indulging in food, booze and women.
    • Since it will be hosted in October, the event will serve as a nice off-season boost for the area and is an occasion that should create huge local interest.
    • Once upon a time, the resident camp directors spent the off-season preparing for a few intensive summer months.
    • They needed part-time help, and I needed a part-time off-season job.
    • And, research your travel destination thoroughly to determine if traveling in the off-season makes sense.
    • Helio spent the off-season playing tennis with presidents, among other things.
    • She will spend the off-season playing overseas.
    • Most major beer companies plan their seasonal promotions a full year in advance and they focus on off-season holidays as well as the big ones.
    • There is a myth that teams spend the off-season resting or on vacation.
    • It is a major off-season boost for the town's hospitality trade and underlines the ever growing importance of the college to the area's economy.
    • Facilities open next month, but if you contact them before May 1, you can get off-season rates per person or group.
    • Prices in season can often be Manhattan-high, with hotel rooms going for double and triple their off-season rate.
    • This could come in handy during the AFL's off-season.
    • The company has expanded its vegetable line of products to take advantage of the off-season market in the European Union.
    • The winter of 2002-2003 has been an especially busy off-season for me.
    • To ensure that she was bringing her own best, Holdsclaw, 25, decided to spend part of the off-season playing overseas in Korea.
    • Agar, who has given the players a maintenance training programme for the off-season, admitted the players had little time for recuperation, but this was across the board in the National League.
    • He has spent his off-season clearing out all those either not good enough or not willing enough to play for Newcastle.
    • This means studying before and after class as well as spending part of the summer and off-season preparing for the next semester.
    • This is as touristy as it gets on Tobago, with a few tour buses and a handful of beach shacks selling souvenirs - more like a quiet off-season day in any other part of the Caribbean.
    • She is spending the off-season working on her game.

adverb

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    fuera de temporada
    durante la temporada baja
    en la temporada baja