Translation of piecemeal in Spanish:

piecemeal

poco sistemático, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpisˌmil//ˈpiːsmiːl/

adjective

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    poco sistemático
    in (a) piecemeal fashion de manera poco sistemática

adverb

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    (gradually) poco a poco
    (unsystematically) de manera poco sistemática
    development has proceeded piecemeal el desarrollo ha sido irregular
    • I acquired my furniture piecemeal me fui haciendo con los muebles poco a poco
    • The Court might seek to change parts of it piecemeal and over a period of time as this would appear to be less provocative towards an elected body.
    • One major problem of this piecemeal approach is that the source of distortions is obscured.
    • He said that the changes to the ministry were being done on a strategic basis and were not piecemeal or temporary.
    • He said a traffic survey of the whole estate was needed rather than taking a piecemeal approach.
    • More than six writers took turns hacking at the story-line, which resulted in a rather piecemeal plot.
    • The piecemeal approach means that there is some repetition and that the conclusions are necessarily modest.
    • Because of the high cost and complexity of the project, it's been built piecemeal.
    • Despite this the approach seems to be piecemeal and applied only to initiatives at the margins of health policy.
    • In comparison, all other tax deduction measures are too piecemeal, and too minimal, in effect.
    • They should not be allowed to do piecemeal work but lay a fresh road.
    • He believed the entire matter should be put back for one month to prevent the matter being done piecemeal.
    • Otherwise, change through the present client system would only lead to piecemeal change.
    • Recently we have seen some good developments but we have also seen some botched piecemeal developments.
    • The union is against plans to introduce the change to a six-term school year being introduced across the country in a piecemeal way.
    • The script is written in a piecemeal fashion depending on the availability of artistes, both male and female.
    • For many years, a lot of hard-working people have tried to tackle those problems in a piecemeal fashion.
    • So he is forced into a feebly slow, piecemeal approach to an issue where boldness above all is required.
    • The inquiry should ask why a piecemeal approach was allowed, and why different sets of stalls are used in tests and on courses.
    • Some see that as a kind of visionary genius that goes beyond limited piecemeal approaches.
    • They agreed that it demanded a concerted response, not piecemeal action.