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merma

  
      sf  
(=disminución)  
[+de interés, ganancia]   decrease  ,   (al secarse)    shrinkage
(=pérdida)  
loss  
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  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
without loss of quality
exp.
without compromising on quality
exp.
so that his honour is not diminished
"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.
Algunos observadores mencionan estos episodios como evidencia de una merma en la influencia internacional de Estados Unidos. Some observers cite these episodes as evidence of decline in America's international clout.
La única dificultad que afrontará será la merma del ingreso familiar total. The only difficulty they face is the decrease of the total family income.
La merma de los ingresos tributarios del Paraguay fue compensada con creces por regalías provenientes de las represas hidroeléctricas binacionales. The decrease in Paraguay's tax receipts was fully covered by royalty payments from the binational hydroelectric dams.
La merma en los derechos que en ocasiones suponen las medidas antiterroristas afectan con especial incidencia a los inmigrantes. The erosion of rights sometimes caused by anti-terrorist measures affects immigrants in particular.
La capacitación también debe abordar la pérdida o merma de calificación de las mujeres migrantes. Skills development should also address deskilling and skill erosion among migrant women.
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