Definición de swingeing en inglés:

swingeing

Saltos de línea: swinge|ing
Pronunciación: /ˈswɪn(d)ʒɪŋ
 
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adjetivo

British
Severe or extreme in size, amount, or effect: swingeing cuts in public expenditure
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Scores of beds will be axed and staff recruitment and overtime drastically reduced in swingeing cuts being unveiled by hospital chiefs today.
  • But, with a £20 million debt and £25,000 a week being haemorrhaged, despite swingeing player and staff cuts, the matter is not that simple.
  • They say this would leave York residents faced with either swingeing service cuts, meaning departments like education and social care could suffer badly.
Sinónimos
severe, extreme, serious, substantial, drastic, harsh, punishing, excessive, oppressive, draconian, heavy

Derivativos

swingeingly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Then we were swingeingly taxed on the latter, which was the real point of the exercise.
  • Nice in principle, but in practice it would mean that poor areas would have to have swingeingly high tax rates to fund much-needed local services.
  • Over recent years, mainframe growth has been stifled by high software prices - especially swingeingly high charges for small applications.

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