Significado de “curtail” - Diccionario inglés

curtail en inglés británico

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curtailverb [ T ]

uk /kəˈteɪl/ us /kɚˈteɪl/
curtailment
noun [ C or U ] uk /kəˈteɪl.mənt/ us /kɚˈteɪl.mənt/

(Definición de curtail de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

curtail en inglés americano

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curtailverb [ T ]

us /kərˈteɪl/

to reduce or limit something, or to stop something before it is finished:

He had to curtail his speech when time ran out.
curtailment
noun [ U ] us /kərˈteɪl·mənt/

(Definición de curtail de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

curtail en inglés de negocios

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curtailverb [ T ]

uk /kɜːˈteɪl/ us

to reduce or limit something:

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates slightly to curtail inflation.
The last government severely curtailed trade union rights.
curtailment

They will not willingly accept any curtailment of their civil liberties.

(Definición de curtail de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)