Translation of wastage in Spanish:

wastage

Pronunciation: /ˈweɪstɪdʒ//ˈweɪstɪdʒ/

noun

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    there is too much wastage of raw material se desperdicia demasiada materia prima
    • we were told to reduce wastage se nos dijo que aprovecháramos mejor el material
    • wastage is very high among new recruits la tasa de abandono de los nuevos reclutas es muy alta
    • (of workforce) natural wastage bajas vegetativas
    • before noun what is the wastage rate using this process? ¿qué proporción del material se desperdicia usando este proceso?
    • Often this wastage is a direct result of cost shifting between federal and state/territory governments.
    • Mr Graber, you have acute muscle wastage caused by the steroidal hay-fever medication that you are taking.
    • If it is necessary to reduce the number of posts we will firstly try to do this by natural wastage and then by voluntary means.
    • Where possible these changes will be achieved through natural wastage, voluntary redundancy and redeployment.
    • Their futures looked bleak at the beginning of last year after both were diagnosed with Battens Disease, a fatal condition causing muscle wastage.
    • He noted that the problem the region had in the fisheries sector have been the non optimal utilisation of existing resources hence the need to address issues of quality control and wastage arising from inadequate processing facilities.
    • On a regular morning walk at Marine Drive with her neuro-psychiatrist husband, an infertility specialist was discussing wants vs. needs and how she could avoid wastage in the lab.
    • A removable fibre cast pot means the 31-year-old can already do vital stretching exercises on his ankle and knee that will prevent muscle wastage.
    • Mr Brown's aides said it was hoped many of the jobs would go through natural wastage and voluntary redundancies.
    • Danny has suffered a lot of muscle wastage throughout his illness, but there is no reason why he can't walk again.
    • If power is given free to farmers, they will not care to switch it off soon even after their job is finished; thus, it will result in wastage.
    • The use of harvesters and plastic crates has become essential to minimise wastage during harvesting and transportation.
    • By getting the domestic consumer to pay an amount of money that is based on usage, there will be more awareness and less wastage of a valuable natural resource.
    • Both must get into top gear with almost immediate effect if they are to have a significant impact on graft and wastage and mechanisms must be put in place to ensure that these are minimised on all fronts.
    • The state government has brought nuptials of all religious hues under the Essential Commodities Act to prevent wastage of food at wedding feasts.
    • Furthermore the committee ask all members to look for and report any leaks and to turn off any running taps as there is serious wastage of water occurring, which has led to the present shortages.
    • But I would hope that the losses would be through natural wastage and early retirement, although I can't be specific.
    • When you consider that it costs more than that sum to construct just a good harbour, you can see there was no wastage there.
    • There is information on rainwater harvesting, roof water collection, a chart of wastage caused by unintentional use of water, and how to prevent this by simple methods such as stopping a faucet from leaking.
    • There's already a perceptible muscle wastage in her hind quarters, and I have been encouraging her to take a little exercise: one of her endearing traits is that she can almost always be persuaded to take a walk with me.
    • Although economists see this as a reward for financial mismanagement and wastage of tax payer's money, many defend the move.
    • Tories say the job losses would be achieved through natural wastage and voluntary redundancies.
    • Managers hope to make the reductions through natural wastage, retraining and redeployment.
    • Others spoke of wastage and the government leading by example.
    • I hope that the council at least passes its used cartridges to a recycling agent but by continuing to buy new cartridges it perpetuates oil wastage.
    • Used by astronauts to boost muscular performance in space and thus prevent muscle wastage, the trainer is now used by professional football players in Barcelona Football Club.
    • Most of the savings will be made by natural wastage.
    • It is also expected to shed jobs through natural wastage in order to keep costs down.
    • He added that staff had been informed there would be no more redundancies - if future jobs needed to be shed, they would try be sourced through natural wastage.
    • He could not rule out job losses, but said that, if necessary, that would be achieved through redeployment and natural wastage.
    • A disciplined approach was introduced to avoid wastage in every department.
    • The company has been taking stringent cost control measures, new trade management strategies and increasing efforts to implement lean management programmes and eliminate wastage in all areas of manufacturing.
    • The jobs would go through natural wastage, such as retirement, and nobody would be forced to leave, trust chiefs have promised.
    • It is hoped that the bulk of the cuts will be reached through natural wastage, voluntary redundancies and outsourcing of contracts for activities like cleaning and catering.
    • Doesn't an automated parking fee system do away with the wastage of destroying unsold coupons every two years, or ensure non-evasion of parking fees, or even eradicate littering in car parks?
    • After all, so many simple things are overlooked in most houses, such as using the optimum amount of water for cooking, getting leaking taps repaired in time and avoiding wastage of water in general.
    • The most common signs are muscle wastage, diarrhoea and respiratory distress in pigs aged between six and 14 weeks.
    • It is important to insulate under the heating pipes to prevent wastage, particularly if you live in a flat - you don't want to end up providing your downstairs neighbour with a new heating system.
    • Amalgamating the control rooms resulted in the loss of half of the staff through redundancy and natural wastage.
    • But he stressed that it should be possible to achieve the job reductions through natural wastage, with 20,000 people leaving work every year.
    • Essex Police has decided not to replace those traffic wardens who leave the service through natural wastage.
    • But this is a compelling history, tinged with sadness, not only for the human suffering and wastage, but also at the despoiling of a unique and magnificent landscape and destruction of the nomadic way of life.
    • They simply cannot be replaced after natural wastage.
    • During the off-season, you have to work on your muscles to prevent wastage.
    • If it can be achieved through natural wastage, when people leave, or through voluntary redundancy or early retirement we would still not be happy but it would lessen the impact.
    • Weight training also helps to slow down the rate of sarcopenia, or muscle wastage in the ageing, which can lead to a decrease of up to 40% muscle mass in 60-year-olds and older.
    • Thankfully, faith in the surgeon was justified and three operations later Weller made a full recovery, following one more season of frustration due to muscle wastage caused by 60-odd days in hospital.
    • In the 1980s he worked on syringomyelia, a degenerative disease that leads to muscle wastage.
    • Staff have been told that the equivalent of up to 1,000 jobs could go across the three sites by the end of 2004 by natural wastage.
    • That will be delivered by natural wastage and voluntary redundancies.
    • He said by the end of the process the Trust would be employing fewer people and the wage bill would be cut through staff relocation and natural wastage.
    • There is evidence, says Vincent, that the inner layer of muscles that support your lower back show muscle wastage in those experiencing back pain because every time you move you are bracing outer muscles to take the strain.