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Translation of "overtime" - English-Spanish dictionary

overtime

noun [no plural]   /ˈəʊ·və·taɪm/
extra time that you work after your usual working hours horas extra I worked a lot of overtime this week.
(Definition of overtime from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

overtime

noun /ˈəuvətaim/
time spent in working beyond one’s set number of hours etc horas extras He did five hours’ overtime this week.
(Definition of overtime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “overtime”
in Korean 초과 근무…
in Arabic ساعات عَمل إضافِيّة…
in Malaysian kerja lebih masa…
in French heures supplémentaires…
in Russian сверхурочная работа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 加班費…
in Italian straordinario…
in Turkish fazla mesai/çalışma zamanı…
in Polish nadgodziny…
in Vietnamese giờ làm thêm…
in Portuguese hora extra…
in Thai ล่วงเวลา…
in German die Überstunden (pl.)…
in Catalan hores extres…
in Japanese 残業…
in Chinese (Simplified) 加班费…
in Indonesian lembur…
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