Translation of shutdown in Spanish:


cierre, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʃətˌdaʊn//ˈʃʌtdaʊn/


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    (of hospital, college) cierre masculine
    (of power) corte masculine
    (of services) paralización feminine
    • The Post Office announced in April that five sub post offices in the area could close as part of its national programme of urban shutdowns.
    • If the panic gets worse there is a danger of factory shutdowns and worker absenteeism.
    • He predicts that a pandemic would cause widespread shutdowns of factories, transportation and other essential industries.
    • Excluding blackout-related shutdowns at auto plants, factory output has risen for four months in a row.
    • It is feared that dwindling gas stocks could lead to factory shutdowns and a return to the three-day week.
    • Other plants are scheduled for temporary shutdowns, including the truck assembly plant in Janesville, Wisconsin.
    • The breakdown was caused by the automatic shutdown of an overheated transformer.
    • With a two-week shutdown of the factory due to start on Monday, it is thought workers will use the time to figure out what course of action to take.
    • Therefore, any beneficial effect of reactor shutdowns may apply only to the closest downwind counties.
    • Production at the refinery ceased on September 25, when the routine maintenance shutdown began.
    • I've blogged before about how rural areas can sustain economic growth in the wake of factory shutdowns.
    • He has renovated houses, plus worked on shutdowns at big factory and energy projects.
    • It would now become common practice for the plant from now on to undertake an annual shutdown for maintenance.
    • The Confederation of British Industry said dwindling gas reserves could lead to factory shutdowns and power cuts.
    • I wonder if this sad situation would have been averted if not for all the closures and shutdowns of treatment facilities?
    • US auto companies announced hefty profit losses and temporary plant shutdowns this week.
    • I wonder what would be more costly, several one-day terminal shutdowns, or the cleanup from a low-tech radioactive dirty bomb shoved into an unsecured container somewhere along the way?
    • Planned temporary shutdowns of Ford assembly plants in August will affect close to 8,000 workers.
    • Yet cuts including ward closures, the shutdown of operating theatres and recruitment freezes are still happening across the region.