Translation of weighting in Spanish:


coeficiente de ponderación, n.

Pronunciation /ˈweɪtɪŋ//ˈweɪdɪŋ/


  • 1

    coeficiente de ponderación masculine
  • 2British

    suplemento (salarial) masculine
    prima (salarial) feminine
    plus (salarial) masculine
    London weighting suplemento salarial por trabajar en Londres
    • The strike is the latest step in the campaign against the employers' ten-year freeze of the London weighting allowance.
    • At one level the issue of London weighting is simply about the extra costs faced by workers in the capital, notably for housing and travel.
    • Two, European markets have a high weighting in telecom stocks - even higher than the U.S. market - and these stocks have taken it on the chin of late.
    • Workers are being balloted separately on national pay and the London weighting allowance.
    • He believed that through careful weighting, online surveys could be projected to the national population, and projected accurately.
    • The weighting of the income thresholds will also target giving medical cards to more children and people with disabilities.
    • He said postal workers in London were in line for a 14.5 pert cent basic pay rise and increases in London weighting of up to 12.6 per cent.
    • Frustrated Council workers went on strike this week in a protest over their London weighting allowance.
    • Such an approach avoids artificial weighting of variables and emphasizes the main sources of variance.
    • The result for the ballot on London weighting was due on Friday.
    • The feedback system fails because it gives equal weighting to non-paying buyers and the unpaid sellers.
    • London weighting is an extra payment that some workers receive to compensate for the higher cost of living in the capital.
    • University workers are pressing for an improvement in their London weighting allowance.