Translation of tardiness in Spanish:


tardanza, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɑrdinəs/ /ˈtɑːdɪnəs/

See Spanish definition of tardanza


formal, literary
  • 1

    tardanza feminine
    retraso masculine
    demora feminine mainly Latin America
    • Luckily, the plane was delayed, so their tardiness at Heathrow went unnoticed.
    • Rigidity in the labour market, wage-induced inflation and tardiness in technological adaptation were the predictable results.
    • Humiliated by its tardiness in plugging into the Internet boom, Japan is determined not to suffer the same indignity in bioscience.
    • My tardiness has been heavily influenced by my employment commitments and, as such, was somewhat unavoidable.
    • I owe a few people email responses but I know I'll be forgiven for my tardiness.
  • 2

    (slowness) lentitud feminine
    (delay) tardanza feminine