There are 2 main translations of rep in Spanish

: rep1rep2

rep1

representante, n.

Pronunciation: /rɛp//rɛp/

noun

  • 1

    (masculine and feminine) representante masculine
    (masculine and feminine) agente (comercial)
    • Their sales reps are generally more forthright.
    • He was losing money almost every month because the reps weren't making enough new sales to replace the corporate contracts that had ended.
    • The veteran sales reps were regularly asked to give talks to groups of new management trainees and to speak at conferences of district managers.
    • Sales reps wield enormous influence, as doctors depend on them for information on the newest prescription drugs and clinical findings.
    • As a result, the reps can revise follow-on sales accordingly - before customers are alienated.
    • Business contracts can be followed up quickly, and sales reps have instant access to the exact data that they need.
    • The same doctor said that the sales reps who work for the biggest pharmaceutical companies predictably tend to have few compunctions about giving their products the hard sell.
    • At the same time, front-end sales reps may have trouble meeting their forecast if their back-end colleagues gin up the wrong products.
    • That hadn't happened when sales reps were assigned target clients alphabetically.
    • She figured out, for example, that she does best with sales reps who take her clothes to the boutiques - rather than expecting the buyers to come to a central show room.
    • This is the basis on which many overseas sales reps are trained: holidaymakers are considered an easy target, simply because they have proven to be so down the years.
    • There are kiosks to display carrier plans and coverage, and knowledgeable sales reps who will, Rosenthal promises, even help you set up your phone afterward.
    • Throughout the process, sales reps take notes about their conversations, looking for anything that can help refine their pitch, or be of use in direct mail campaigns or at trade shows.
    • The sales reps were an integral part of the campaign's success.
    • This was the pharmaceutical industry, after all, where swarms of sales reps compete for doctors' attention.
    • Currently, industry sales reps can give doctors copies of studies on unapproved uses if the reports appear in peer-reviewed medical journals.
    • Because the freshest sales statistics are readily available, the company's sales reps are more accountable - and much more likely to compete with one another.
    • About half of Block's 50 or so field sales reps have at least 10 years of service but are not ready to retire, according to a source.
    • Sales reps get paid the same whether you buy a Kia or a Corvette.
    • In their first year, two out of three new sales reps leave.
    • Promotional reps for beer companies and sports gambling schemes love to come to the Bomber to promote their corporate agendas by giving away free stuff.
    • Workers say they never see union reps, even when they phone repeatedly.
    • Local Orlando travel agents were greeted by the local rep.
    • Even as other students were well into their third week of classes, some SFSS forum reps were still enjoying a holiday from public service.
    • And that's more or less what University of Alberta student union reps were confronted with last Friday when they came to work to find a blank wall where a mural used to be.
    • Overall, this is a disjointed album that sounds like it was masterminded by MTV marketing reps.
    • The NWPMA is a regional trade association made up of distributors, suppliers and supplier reps in the promotional marketing industry.
    • We got a great producer's rep on board to help us negotiate our way through distribution and he's been doing a stellar job.
    • It shouldn't have come to this but it reflects how we as public reps are being treated by the officials.
    • Marketing reps who take this approach sometimes do so because they're sure of the product quality being offered.
    • Then we called our rep in the tower to tell him our situation.
    • Booking in advance is helpful, but ARAMARK reps say that lodging almost never sells out, so it's possible to get a room or campsite the same day you arrive, even in the summer.
    • There were occasional incursions into how to deal with union reps, managing staff, dealing the public and least of all building maintenance or security.
    • This consists of student reps, teachers, maintenance staff and a parent representative.
    • These are usually given out by Student Union reps and it will contain a book full of tokens for free food and half price travel, clothes and books etc.
    • And so began my first few weeks as a marketing rep.
    • During her time as a pharmaceutical rep she travelled south again to cover the Kerry and Cork regions and retains some colourful memories of that time.
    • Please tell him to contact his VA rep for assistance.
    • ‘The guys have been having interviews all day,’ says Cake's label rep, ushering me toward the band.
    • She's pretty upset and telling her legal reps that five British publications are getting it all wrong.
    • Luisa Miller is in rep at the Royal Opera House, London WC2, from Tuesday until May 17.
    • The previously seen I Remember Mapa will play in rep with Mapa's latest, Drama!
    • At its best this piece is illuminating and humorous: an engaging start to the Peter Hall Company's rep season.
    • A big chance was missed a couple of years back when Peter Hall proved that a classic-and-modern rep, based on inexpensive changeovers, was capable of drawing crowds to the Old Vic.
    • Macbeth is in rep at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, until October 2.
    • Orlando is in rep at the Royal Opera House, London WC2, October 6-23.
    • The story deals with trust and betrayal and the savage rupture of the relationship between two East End chums: a brooding rep actor, Mark, and an angst-ridden City worker, Pete.
    • The cinemas are showing the latest films, the theatres offer a variety of rep and travelling shows, the nightclubs offer a variety of entertainment and the guidebooks are full of places of heritage and other interest.
    • Which is why the Royal Exchange decided to do it in rep with a Chekov.
    • Opera North's production of Manon is in rep at the Grand Theatre, Leeds, from Thursday until November 15.
    • This tour, with its Royal Ballet dancers and works from the company's rep, will fit nicely into his CV.
    • And I still remember doing rep in Dundee; and there was a certain actor, he was always a bit late coming on.
    • Instead, it was a chance for our actors to expand their knowledge of the Bard, spend a summer in rep, take valuable steps to attain Equity status without hurting fellow actors in the community, and to do the work we all love to do.
    • When I left drama school, there were dozens of rep theatres you could apply to where you got a good training.
    • Sweeney Todd is in rep at the Royal Opera House, London WC2, from December 15 until January 14.
    • The Bloor, Toronto's venerable rep cinema, was packed for opening night film, Lolo's Child, by hometown director Romeo Candido.
    • While the neglected plays of lesser dramatists of the period have been celebrated in recent years, the comedies of Sheridan, once the staple of every rep company, have dipped in popularity.
  • 2

    (person responsible)
    safety/childcare/sports rep responsable de seguridad/del cuidado de los niños/de deportes
    • a union rep un representante sindical

There are 2 main translations of rep in Spanish

: rep1rep2

rep2

compañía de repertorio, n.

Pronunciation: /rɛp//rɛp/

noun

  • 1British

    Theatre
    compañía de repertorio feminine
    to be/act/work in rep trabajar en una compañía de repertorio

There are 2 main translations of rep in Spanish

: rep1rep2

Rep

Pronunciation: /rɛp//rɛp/

noun

  • 1

    (US title)

    Representative

  • 2US

    Republican