Translation of letup in Spanish:


interrupción, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɛdˌəp/ /ˈlɛtʌp/


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    interrupción feminine
    pausa feminine
    there's no sign of any letup in demand no parece que vaya a disminuir la demanda
    • the bells rang all day with no letup las campanas repicaron todo el día sin cesar / sin interrupción
    • Media stocks were some of the heaviest fallers after publisher Pearson frayed nerves as it warned there was little sign of a let-up in the tough advertising conditions.
    • Arctic temperatures saw the big chill remain in York and North Yorkshire again today - but forecasters have said a brief let-up to the cold snap is in sight.
    • The weather is finally set to clear after more than a week of torrential rain signalling a let-up for those who have been suffering from flooding.
    • The big freeze went on today with no sign of a let-up - and with the added hazard of gales.
    • There was a 70 percent chance of rain today, with a slight let-up on Saturday morning, but thunderstorms were expected later.
    • The NCH has seen some marvellous choral events in recent months, and there's no sign of a let-up just yet.
    • Most agents agree that a let-up in prices was inevitable as properties had been achieving comparatively high prices under the hammer.
    • Time is running out for Srichaphan, with Agassi showing no signs of a let-up in the barrage of winners.
    • Millions of the company's shares were traded last week and there is no sign of a let-up.
    • The pace of the novel is simply breathtaking, with no let-up between one earth shattering event and the next.
    • Police chiefs have warned there will be no let-up in the fight to rid Doncaster's prisons of drugs after an operation caught visitors trying to smuggle controlled substances to inmates.
    • Residents of Malton and Norton were today bracing themselves for more flooding after Environment Agency chiefs forecast no let-up in rising water levels until lunchtime today.
    • Although general house price inflation is experiencing a downturn after several years of rapidly escalating prices, there has been no let-up among the most expensive properties.
    • Severe weather caused disruption to travel and sporting fixtures yesterday as the New Year got off to a damp start and forecasters predicted no let-up for the next 24 hours.
    • ‘There never seems to be any let-up,’ he said on Wednesday.
    • ‘There was no let-up in our defensive effort today,’ he said.
    • In 1995 there were 17 hurricanes, the highest in any year since 1933, and, Smith argues, there has been little let-up ever since.
    • Deals remain very much on the agenda across the market as a whole, with private equity firms showing no let-up in their desire to splash the cash - particularly in the retail sector.
    • As the crime wave continues with little let-up in the senseless bloodletting that has engulfed the country, many people are politicising the issue.
    • The United Nations says that Afghanistan is the world's most prolific producer of heroin and that there's no let-up in sight.