merma translation | Spanish-English dictionary



[+de interés, ganancia]   decrease  ,   (al secarse)    shrinkage
sin merma de calidad      without loss of quality, without compromising on quality  
para que su honor no sufra merma      so that his honour is not diminished  
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without compromising on quality
without loss of quality
so that his honour is not diminished
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"merma": examples and translations in context
Para 2009 se prevé otra merma importante de alrededor del 50%. Another significant decline, of around 50 per cent, is expected during 2009.
El resultado fue una merma de la economía. The result was a decline in the economy.
Hay varias enmiendas a este informe que hablan de la reducción del tiempo de trabajo sin merma del salario. There are a number of amendments to this report which talk about a reduction in working hours without loss of earnings.
Con la terminación de esos proyectos, se prevé una merma de 0,1 millones de dólares en 2008-2009. With the completion of those projects, a decrease of $0.1 million is projected in 2008-2009.
Una vez elaborados los ficheros de programación definitivos, pueden copiarse un número infinito de veces a un costo prácticamente nulo, sin merma de calidad. Once the final program files are produced, they can be copied an infinite number of times at almost zero cost, with no decrease in quality.
Esto merma la calidad del informe. That has detracted from the quality of the report.
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