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Translation of "redundant" - English-Spanish dictionary

redundant

adjective   /rɪˈdʌn·dənt/
be made redundant
to lose your job because your employer has told you there is not enough work ser despedido (por recorte de plantilla) Eight thousand people have been made redundant this year.
more than is needed redundante 1821
(Definition of redundant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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