Translation of roster in Spanish:

roster

lista de turnos, n.

Pronunciation /ˈrɑstər//ˈrɒstə/

noun

  • 1also duty roster

    lista de turnos feminine
  • 2

    (list)
    lista feminine
    • Hornblower stayed busy writing in the log, checking the chart, reviewing the new duty roster prepared to keep the ship in a state of alert.
    • You'll have to have a chores roster, but it'll work really well.
    • To his left, in the passenger seat, his trustworthy adjutant read the mission roster.
    • It quoted a spokesman as saying that the company's initial investigation showed that there was a mix-up in the duty roster.
    • Hornblower sat at the small table and pulled out his log, the duty roster, and noted on all the different items that would need seeing to in the coming days.
    • So here's what's going to happen, either you explain your actions today, or you'll both be stricken off of the active duty roster.
    • The value won't initially be gained from in-air sales: crew will be able to collect email, notices, duty rosters and so on automatically when they walk into the crew room.
    • Mr. Kennedy is back in his cabin, but still off the duty roster.
    • Let's brake for lunch and I'll give you your duty roster for the rest of the week when you get back.
    • After looking at his duty roster, Blackstone headed down to the docking bay to check out the fighter he'd been assigned.
    • Its events already laid out on the duty roster in his head, he returned to his cabin and was soon fast asleep.
    • Just changing staff rosters caused the airline to suffer some embarrassing and well-publicised delays over the summer.
    • The assigning judge would not be criminally responsible for having failed for ex hypothesi bad reasons to carry out the duty of constructing a roster, including all colleagues.
    • Lydia expertly fielded their questions about staffing and even started a very specific duty roster.
    • ‘The strike will go ahead from Friday if the company continues to implement these rosters without discussion,’ he warned.
    • On your datapads is a copy of the Flight roster and your individual designations.
    • The Sergeant said this while handing over the duty roster.
    • To save money, the U.S. has pared its roster of active-duty troops by 32%, to 1.5 million, since 1991.
    • Work out a roster of who is on duty on what day and time.
    • As quickly as his enfeebled muscles would allow, he made his way to what seemed to be the front of the room, and checked the giant roster for his schedule.

transitive verb

British

  • 1

    he's rostered for Wednesday afternoon le toca trabajar / está de turno el miércoles por la tarde