There are 2 main translations of temp in Spanish

: temp1temp2

temp1

empleado eventual, n.

Pronunciation /tɛmp//tɛmp/

noun

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    empleado eventual masculine
    empleada eventual feminine
    empleado temporal masculine
    empleada temporal feminine
    before noun temp agency agencia de colocaciones para trabajos temporales feminine
    • But an office full of temps contains all manner of other, hidden costs.
    • I was going for an interview with a temp agency, and I'd just typed up my resume, including my work history.
    • The next day, he finds Kris as his new personal temp.
    • We are giving young temp workers a platform to express their unheard voices.
    • I'd highly recommend signing up with a few temp agencies.
    • So we hired a temp from this agency that supposedly specializes in temps who respect diversity and can handle working in places like ours.
    • She registered with a temp agency, determined to land a position in development.
    • After failing to land a job as a journalist, and brief stints as an office temp and clerk typist, Bass was demoralized and returned to North Carolina.
    • Past employment as an in-house temp or other is also statistically significant in predicting a lower probability of home ownership.
    • There were about thirty of us - cleaners, security guards, post room employees and temps.
    • I then started work at Deep Sea World as an office temp, initially for three weeks.
    • Keep all your tickets and passes in the envelope they came in, and let the appropriate temp employees sort through it as needed.
    • And hiring through a temp agency doesn't protect you from litigation.
    • Agency temps have the lowest rates of all employment categories.
    • Three employees and a temp are thought to have been evacuated but cannot be located by the company.
    • And since the agency pays the temp, you don't have to concern yourself with rising costs of unemployment rates or with payroll deductions.
    • In July, the company said it had 70 permanent employees and 30 temps.
    • The employment conditions for the temps - who have to wear orange badges to distinguish them from blue-badged permanent employees - are strikingly different.
    • Anna, 21 and a single mother of two, was working as a temp at a nursing agency when she signed up for benefits.
    • For a brief time, a few years ago, I was employed as a temp at the Public Trust Office, one of the grey government monoliths that no one notices in Central London.

intransitive verb

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    hacer trabajo eventual
    hacer trabajo temporal
    • From temping in a job with no responsibility, prospects or even daily duties, I'm now editing a magazine about management theory and its impact on emerging markets.
    • When I was 16 I got a job temping for Swindon Town Council.
    • I took on bits of jobs - temping, writing - anything I could drop at a moment's notice to head up the motorway if necessary, but even then Mum was resistant to change.
    • Mr Cassidy, who is currently temping, said: ‘Rewarding hard work is the best way to inspire determination and commitment.’
    • With temping, there is no personnel department telling you how you can make plans based on how many vacation days you have left.
    • Since then I've been temping, taken part in the grape harvesting in Champagne, done voluntary work in Namibia, and I'm currently working as a waiter in Switzerland.
    • Last summer I wrote about the farm, then I wrote about temping.
    • Many of them are temping until they find something more permanent, and what they're doing at the moment doesn't pay particularly well.
    • I'm taking a week off from temping (if not more) to work on freelance work - hopefully I'll make some money on it this month.
    • In these three years I've had nine jobs, including part time, temping and other.
    • When I quit the farm I started temping and have done so ever since but never for more than a few weeks at a time and for various agencies.
    • I'm temping for a company, basically doing data entry.
    • I spent the next six years doing more temping.
    • When I started my site I was unemployed or temping as a secretarial assistant in London.
    • The main increase in temp work has been in fixed-term contracts, which form about half of all temporary employment and agency temping.
    • I drifted into banking and insurance by accident when I took a year off between my first and second year at university and ended up temping at a large medical insurer that was a major local employer.
    • Here in Edinburgh, I'm temping at a place that provides emergency alarms for elderly people.
    • A few summers ago, when I was still temping and the weather was scorching the city, causing blackouts and other horrors, I decided to take a few days for myself and not work.
    • While temping at a hedge fund, an unregulated investment pool with lofty fees and million-dollar investment minimums, I accepted a full-time position.
    • Here, she plays Charlotte, a woman drifting through life, walking dogs, temping and working as a doctor's receptionist as she yearns to be a dress designer.

There are 2 main translations of temp in Spanish

: temp1temp2

temp2

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    temperature