Translation of rollback in Spanish:


reducción, n.

Pronunciation /ˈroʊlˌbæk/ /ˈrəʊlbak/

See Spanish definition of reducción


  • 1US

    (a un nivel anterior) reducción feminine
    • The economic downturn has cast a pall over CEO compensation, but that doesn't mean that CEO pay cuts or rollbacks are in the offing.
    • Emboldened by these developments, corporations began a rollback of worker gains.
    • The construction unions were using their pension funds, which own 5 million shares of Kroger stock, to help fellow unionists draw a line in the sand against health-care rollbacks.
    • These suggest that voters in core Europe may finally be willing to accept rollbacks in the cherished welfare state to get the region's stagnant economy rolling again.
    • The economy has created a wave of wealth that, despite the recent rollbacks of big stock market gains, has spilled over into a wider demographic.
    • Fortunately, the global public appears to be bracing itself for rollbacks.
    • The administration is using its power and authority to accomplish the biggest rollback in employee rights in more than half a century.
    • With the 2005 budget process about to begin, the betting is that the LDP will look for compromise on the rollback of the 1999 tax breaks.
    • The fee rollback will lead to a $7.5 billion widening of the state deficit over the next year and a half, according to Moody's.
    • There would be a rollback of tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans to pay for healthcare and other social programs.
    • Even friends of labor such as the Social Democrat are backing cuts in unemployment benefits and rollbacks in worker protections.
    • The key provisions include limits on unemployment benefits and rollbacks of some regulations that make it difficult to fire workers.
    • We are not suggesting that the strike actions undertaken by organised labour over the past half-year implies a complete rollback of the economic liberalisation of the past twenty years.
    • It also implies a potential rollback of many aspects of economic liberalisation.
    • Among the conservation rollbacks is an attack on the Roadless Area Conservation Rule, issued by President Clinton shortly before he left office.
    • The posturing calls in Congress for rollbacks in federal fuel taxes will die out, as will the ad hoc consumer protests.
    • With this rollback of government, corporate involvement in daily life began to increase dramatically, and brands reached into the public sphere as never before.
    • The 1990s saw a rollback in government regulation at the same time as rapid growth in information technology.
    • They have their own de facto border controls, laws, and an 80,000-strong army, and will be loath to permit any rollback of their autonomy.
    • This is being called a victory because there weren't rollbacks.
  • 2

    rollback masculine
    anulación de una transacción feminine
    • Modeling tables inside of your object means you also have to create a decent locking mechanism, complete with commits and rollbacks - something that most programmers are equipped to do.
    • You may be thinking this process is complicated, but using transactional rollbacks actually is rather easy.