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Translation of "upkeep" - English-Spanish dictionary

upkeep

noun [no plural]   /ˈʌp.kiːp/
the cost or process of keeping something, such as a building, in good condition mantenimiento The upkeep of larger old properties is very expensive. Council employees are responsible for the upkeep of the gardens.1421
(Definition of upkeep from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

upkeep

noun /ˈapkiːp/
(the cost of) the process of keeping eg a house, car etc in a good condition mantenimiento She can no longer afford the upkeep of this house.
(Definition of upkeep from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “upkeep”
in Vietnamese sự bảo dưỡng…
in Malaysian senggaraan…
in Thai การบำรุงรักษา…
in French entretien…
in German die Instandhaltung(-skosten, pl.)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 维修费, 保养费…
in Turkish bakım, ihtimam, ilgilenme…
in Russian содержание, уход…
in Indonesian biaya perawatan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 維修費, 保養費…
in Polish utrzymanie…
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