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Translation of "temporary" - English-Spanish dictionary

temporary

adjective   /ˈtem·pə·rər·i/
B1 existing or happening for only a short time temporal a temporary job
temporarily adverb /ˈtem·pə·rəəl·i/
temporalmente
(Definition of temporary from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

temporary

adjective /ˈtempərəri, ( American) ˈtempəreri/
lasting, acting, used etc for a (short) time only temporal a temporary job He made a temporary repair.
temporarily adverb
temporalmente The ferry service has been temporarily suspended due to bad weather.
temporariness noun
carácter temporal/provisional
(Definition of temporary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “temporary”
in Korean 임시의…
in Arabic مُؤَقَّت…
in Malaysian sementara…
in French temporaire…
in Russian временный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 短暫的, 暫時的,臨時的…
in Italian temporaneo, provvisorio…
in Turkish geçici…
in Polish tymczasowy…
in Vietnamese tạm thời…
in Portuguese temporário, provisório…
in Thai ชั่วคราว…
in German einstweilig…
in Catalan temporal, provisional…
in Japanese 臨時の, 一時的な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 短暂的, 暂时的,临时的…
in Indonesian sementara…
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