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redundant

adjective /rəˈdandənt/
(of workers) no longer employed because there is no longer any job for them where they used to work
despedido
Fifty men have just been made redundant at the local factory.
redundancy noun ( plural redundancies)
despido
There have been a lot of redundancies at the local factory recently the problem of redundancy.
(Definition of redundant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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