Translation of renewable in Spanish:


renovable, adj.

Pronunciation /rɪˈnjuːəbəl//rəˈn(j)uəb(ə)l/


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    (lease/bill of exchange/contract) renovable
    • Thailand, for example, reached a three-year renewable bilateral swap agreement with Japan, covering a maximum of $3 billion, in May.
    • The chances that Congress is going to adopt five-year renewable copyright terms in this political context are zero.
    • Faculty members who are hired to fill a tenure-track position are typically hired at the assistant professor level on a three-year renewable contract.
    • He said the land would be allocated to the farmers under a 30-year lease that is renewable every ten years at the cost of $500 annually per acre.
    • Americans bounce back from failures, scandals, and bubbles with infinitely renewable confidence.
    • While he had a renewable agreement to stage the race in Telluride again, it would be moving on, given the locals' angsty response.
    • So, if Arsenal retain his services, he will be given a year's contract, renewable thereafter.
    • Homeowners can get an annually renewable residence card, which acts as a visa for both entry and residence, for $50.
    • Temporary workers would be permitted to stay in the United States, he promised, with renewable three-year permits, before eventually returning to their homelands.
    • In Singapore, housemaids are employed on two-year contracts, renewable to a maximum of eight years.
    • After a further period of at least a year, the person can be temporarily incorporated into the prelature through a formal contractual declaration, which is renewable annually.
    • The chancellor is appointed for a four-year term, which is renewable.
    • The term of office of Board Members is eight years and the mandate is not renewable.
    • The contract is renewable for two additional years.
    • Contributions from the Postwar Fund were limited to renewable annual grants of two million Deutschmarks, which the Finance Ministry considered a strain on the federal budget.
    • All full-time faculty members serve on term appointments of varying lengths, indefinitely renewable at the discretion of the administration.
    • In a last-minute deal, the Americans were given a renewable one-year exemption for their troops, but the issue has not yet been resolved.
    • She will receive a cash award of $5,000, renewable for up to three additional years.
    • Temporary leave is initially available for up to six months and is renewable after review.
    • For this reason, most outsourcing contracts are renewable at regular intervals to take into account potential changes in the business environment.
  • 2

    (energy/resources) renovable
    (energy/resources) inagotable
    • No renewable fuel can come on tap fast enough to replace rapidly declining nuclear fuel.
    • If you're willing to put solar panels on your roof or a hybrid car in your driveway, you may be eligible for tax incentives and rebates on renewable sources of energy and related technologies.
    • The products are renewable fuels and material commodities for delivering clean and sustainable energy services.
    • Wind and solar power are also ultimately free and eminently renewable, while coal kills our children and nukes could kill our grandchildren.
    • Meanwhile, researchers are studying the reliability and predictability of tides as a viable source of renewable energy.
    • Water constitutes cost-free energy for generating electricity that is perpetually renewable and sustainable.
    • The scheme requires producers of renewable electricity to be inspected and certified.
    • The answer has to come from a significant increase in renewable energy sources.
    • Wind power, which is completely renewable, abundant, and economical, has begun to take hold in Ontario.
    • But the experience of travelling on a renewable fuel and getting it for free was unforgettable, especially because of the people I encountered along the way and their reactions to my car.
    • There's no doubt that wind and solar are clean, efficient and renewable sources of energy, but not everyone welcomes an alternative power project in their backyard.
    • Australia's current target is two percent renewable energy, and under the Howard plan it'll stay that way.
    • Why not have a look at the real solutions such as renewable power sources and better energy efficiency?
    • It requires large energy buyers to obtain an extra 1% of their energy from renewable sources by 2010.
    • The centerpiece is a new law stating that all investor-owned electrical utilities in the state must generate 10 percent of their energy from renewable sources by 2011.
    • Biodiesel is a renewable fuel which produces less pollution than regular diesel.
    • We should only be investing in truly renewable and safe energy like wind and solar and hydrogen.
    • The Reichstag in Berlin is supplied with 85 percent renewable energy.
    • The reason why we [work on the solar car] is to show that there is the applicability of renewable resources.
    • On what basis did Australia oppose the renewable energy target?