Traducción de dismissal en Español:


despido, n.

Pronunciación /ˌdɪsˈmɪs(ə)l/ /dɪsˈmɪsl/

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  • 1

    (of employee) despido masculino
    (of executive, minister) destitución femenino
    • Both have been unsuccessful in their claims for unfair dismissal.
    • There is no fixed rule of law defining the degree of misconduct which will justify dismissal.
    • At the Tulle plant, where 200 of 389 employees are threatened with dismissal, 150 workers went out on strike.
    • A former CEO claiming unfair dismissal is currently having his case heard in the courts.
    • His dismissal in October followed a complaint from a patient.
    • Inform the worker that continuing his offensive behavior will lead to dismissal.
    • The reason for dismissal must be that uppermost in the mind of the employer at the time of dismissal.
    • Despite reports of his likely dismissal, he has been assured that he will remain in the Cabinet.
    • I think new magistrates should have been secured long before the dismissal.
    • The drivers did this in response to the dismissal of one of their work colleagues.
    • In their daily routine, the performers must obey the rules and regulations, and violations can lead to job dismissal.
    • Complaints from three patients in 1999 led to a full enquiry, resulting in his suspension and eventual dismissal.
    • The volunteers were uncompensated and subject to immediate dismissal for any reason whatsoever.
    • Workers at the Chrysler-Benz plant in Sao Bernardo do Campo mobilized on August 21 against the dismissal of 628 workers.
    • The dismissal of skipper Fernando was costly for the airmen as they never looked comfortable thereafter.
    • Police yesterday said a rumour that Mr Trotter was involved in the dismissal of three employees from his firm was untrue.
    • The existing procedure to cushion the effects of mass dismissals has been broadened in scope and effect.
    • Mrs. Lingard claims constructive dismissal and victimisation for whistle-blowing against the Prison Service.
  • 2

    (sending away)
    autorización para retirarse femenino
    • I saw him pause, his forehead furrowing at her dismissal of me.
    • For Whittingham, the manner of her dismissal still haunts her.
    • Marston bowed, hearing a dismissal in the kings words.
    • He believed his dismissal had something to do with the drug squad.
    • Craig Skinner, back at City after winning an appeal against his dismissal by the club, played the full 90 minutes.
    • The tribunal is investigating claims of constructive dismissal made by former Wasps head coach Dean Robinson, and by his assistant coach, John Paterson.
    • I just hope that your article does not assist in Karin Kortje's dismissal from the show.
    • As it happened, the arrogance of the faction sparked a backlash, resulting in the dismissal of the group's leader, John.
    • His early dismissal certainly contributed to the difficulties Wanderers faced - especially after they had already conceded a goal.
    • The taxpayer would travel to the sporting ground directly from his barracks and was required to return there for formal dismissal.
    • This World Cup had come to mean too much to him and the dismissal followed three bookings in his six matches here.
    • The dismissal of rookie Johnny Sauter from Richard Childress Racing's No.30 Chevrolet did not surprise anyone.
    • That caused me to dismiss him - a dismissal that will forever embarrass me.
    • The other blot on Boro's performance was the 89 th-minute dismissal of midfielder Jason Blunt for a second bookable offence.
  • 3

    (of theory, request)
    rechazo masculino
    • I can't really think of a clever dismissal or arch comment to make about this.
    • But his dismissal of the Weekly Standard's article on Lennon's "Imagine" is misguided.
    • As with O'Reilly, offhand dismissal of critics is not a good practice for any business, organization, group, or individual.
    • "Now you're just being annoying," grumbled Simon Cowell as Andy refused to accept his dismissal.
    • This isn't a blanket dismissal of Talbot; her numerous praiseworthy affiliations aside, I've liked stuff of hers.
    • Meg flapped a hand in dismissal.
    • What does Sun think of IBM's dismissal of OpenOffice?
    • How often have I seen people raise questions about the work of a hero only to be met by quiet derision or patronizing dismissal.
  • 4

    desestimación femenino
    • Two defenses were laid out in a Christian Science Monitor story following the Dupre dismissal.
    • Given the interlocutory nature of this appeal, a remand rather than an outright dismissal is appropriate.
    • The time from its first hearing in the High Court to an appeal and dismissal by the law lords was about 36 hours.
    • In addition the department records cases of misconduct by teachers, which takes account of not only court convictions but dismissals and even press reports.
    • The Diallo 7 have now been offered an adjournment contemplating dismissal, which is what they had expected initially.