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Significado de "quota" - Diccionario Inglés

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quotanoun [C]

 us   /ˈkwoʊ·t̬ə/
a ​number, ​amount, or ​share that is ​officiallyallowed or ​necessary: A ​bill before ​Congress would ​imposeimport quotas that could ​save 3700 ​jobs.
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quotanoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈkwəʊtə/
a ​fixedlimit on the ​amount of something that someone is ​allowed to have or is expected to do: an annual/monthly/daily quota The ​annual quota of 140,000 ​greencards is far ​lower than the ​demand.impose/introduce/set a quota This ​fiscalyear, ​Congress set a quota of 65,000 ​visas.fill/meet/reach a quota Under the ​plan, ​privatecompanies are ​legallyrequired to ​fill a 3% quota with young ​employees.lift/reduce/raise a quota Many ​agricultural quotas will be ​lifted. production quotas
(Definition of quota from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “quota”
en coreano 할당량…
en árabe حِصّة…
in Malaysian kuota…
en francés quota, quote-part…
en ruso квота…
en chino (tradicionál) 定額,限額,配額…
en italiano quota…
en turco kota, kontenjan…
en polaco kontyngent, limit…
en español cuota…
in Vietnamese hạn ngạch…
en portugués cota…
in Thai โควตา…
en alemán die Quote…
en catalán quota…
en japonés 数量制限, 割当…
en chino (simplificado) 定额,限额,配额…
in Indonesian kuota…
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