Translation of response time in Spanish:

response time

tiempo de reacción, n.

noun

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    tiempo de reacción masculine
    • As our moderators are volunteers, however, we cannot guarantee a response time.
    • This way they can remove malicious or simply useless software and improve the overall system response time and stability.
    • There is an unexpected decrease in the response time of the customer management Web service.
    • The target response time for a category B emergency, which includes most road traffic accidents, is within 14 minutes of the call.
    • It also appears to affect the neural auditory system by slowing the response time between hearing something and reacting to it.
    • The problem is that in times past, your response time has been less than ideal.
    • The company intends to reduce customer response time and sanction loans expeditiously.
    • ‘We think the same people did it both times and on Friday they were testing the response time of the alarm,’ she said.
    • The State police are currently working on a GPS-based auto-vehicle tracking system for control rooms to reduce response time while attending a call.
    • It is all very well the government giving us an eight-minute response time, but that is not in the real world.
    • The response time could be quite a lot less for someone who is already in the village.
    • He explained that the average response time for a call was 50 minutes.
    • It's your decision here that helps shape the quality of the care, the facilities available, and the response time of the providers.
    • Doing this paperwork in advance could ‘cut off three to six months in your response time.’
    • Some people complain that the response time of the local squads is too slow.
    • The customer will get a better service, and a faster response time because it's not going over a shared network.
    • He said the chamber was pleased with the action plan set in place by the police to improve the response time to crime reports and increased patrols in the borough.
    • On the whole, police officers should park legally, but if there aren't any alternatives, then the council wouldn't wish to unduly delay the response time of our emergency services.
    • The new report suggests that the response time to any fires in homes, or to any life-threatening incident, should be seven minutes wherever it happens.
    • In an emergency after hours, firefighters first have to travel from their homes to the station, adding five minutes or more to their response time at a fire.