Translation of work rate in Spanish:

work rate

ritmo de trabajo, n.


  • 1

    ritmo de trabajo masculine
    • A top communicator, he directs the team well and has a work rate to match.
    • Whatever constituents' political views are of Jimmy, there is no doubting his high work rate and the efforts made by him on behalf of people within and beyond his constituency.
    • What they do share, however, is a tremendous work rate.
    • Who knows, with my accelerated work rate I may make CEO level myself and then I'll be able to get my own gold plated private aircraft and use it as much as I damn well please.
    • Like many foreigners, he's technically excellent, but he has also improved his work rate.
    • Looking at the rain and grey skies this morning, and with it being Monday, I thought that loud and lively music was in order in an attempt to brighten the mood and increase the work rate.
    • But he claims the country's key attribute is their work rate.
    • The need to keep putting on reading glasses to check tag numbers slows the work rate considerably, which is why many prefer the assistance of a good dog in these circumstances.
    • I've spoken to associates who are performers and say that their work rate has been transformed because their advertising and promotional work is all done over the internet.
    • I don't think the six months of daylight followed by six months of night would affect my work rate unduly.
    • Great leaders define themselves not by their work rate but by being true to themselves.
    • Our work rate had to be right up there with the best of them to try to pull results out.
    • When I ask him if he's as restless as his work rate suggests, he comes at the reply from an unexpected angle.
    • She has a ferocious work rate and has now invested over 2m in the web-based advice service for health and safety issues, and employment law.
    • Chatting in a meeting room at the science park he owns, the affable Simpson has an answer for almost everything, but still finds it hard to explain his age-defying work rate.
    • Resist the temptation to spread slurry at a high rate on fields near the farmyard to increase the work rate.
    • His work rate may suffer in registering on the protracted side, but Evelyn's musical output is worth waiting for, given its lush, cinematic and soul-infused qualities, loved by clubbers and loungers alike.
    • She recalls how her young pupil outshone all her contemporaries with her astonishing work rate and left musicians twice her age trailing in competitions.
    • David Maclean pledged to increase his work rate.
    • I kept them quiet by giving them work that did not make them feel insecure (ie easy work) and by not challenging them about their work rate.
  • 2

    desgaste de energía masculine
    • We showed tactical discipline and a hungry work rate: qualities we need to duplicate.
    • His work rate and his attitude since his groin injury have been absolutely spot on.
    • If you look at his work rate it is something to learn from and I'm really enjoying playing with him.
    • Their work rate is crucial but after watching the majority of last season from the sidelines, hard work is the last thing Thomson is afraid of.
    • Lincoln had a good work rate and closed us down very quickly but we didn't move the ball quickly enough.
    • He's got a magical left foot and an amazing work rate, even if he is at the wrong end of his thirties.
    • His work rate is excellent and rarely puts a foot wrong when playing.
    • He brings honesty and endeavour to the back row, his work rate is amazing and he is incredibly tough.
    • When Robson was in his prime, his work rate was measured, and it was established that he covered 6,000 yards in the course of a game.
    • His work rate ensured that the defence got some necessary breathers that stopped the match turning into a Chelsea siege.
    • The work rate was up there, they showed a hunger and a passion to play and if I can get that out of them again then the rest of it should look after itself.
    • He's powerful, has aggression and is a brilliant tackler of the ball, has a superb work rate and is incredibly determined - a real team player.
    • I was pleased with our work rate, but we have to add finesse and especially ball retention.
    • It's not rocket science to say that Smith might struggle in some scrums, but his work rate was outstanding as he sought to carry the ball.
    • The rest of us have to aspire to the same type of form, match his tackle count and his work rate around the field.
    • Greenberg showed a good work rate and tempo in this round, and shifted through the gears as Kulikauskas was backed up to the ropes and kept there under a volley of heavy looking right and left hooks.
    • Flo, for all his critics, has an enviable strike rate and his work rate against the French could not be faulted.
    • His work rate is phenomenal, his carrying of the ball is awesome and every technical aspect of his play is absolutely watertight.
    • I think the reason why we didn't pick up as many points over Christmas was that our work rate dropped a little.
    • Our work rate was not good enough in wide areas and we addressed that at half-time.