Translation of assignment in Spanish:

assignment

Pronunciation: /əˈsaɪnmənt/

n

  • 2 u 2.1 (posting) nombramiento (m) 2.2 (allocation) asignación (f)
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    • What is the typical field worker's task assignment for the day?
    • They expect employees will be out on assignment for much of their time so they will not need the space which would once have been their base.
    • This would make a great difference in a situation where a destroyer developed critical problems while on assignment away from its base.
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    • But I also don't want to toss out controlled vocabularies, or expert assignment of categories.
    • An assignment to this category is straightforward for duplicates with amino acid sequences of identical length.
    • Because these projected experiments had never been done, assignment to a risk category was, of course, somewhat speculative and subjective.
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    • You've got to do your homework, complete class assignments and study for tests.
    • In this discussion we offer an overview of the guiding premises and the reading and writing assignments of the course.
    • We both have people to talk to occasionally, and to call if we forgot a homework assignment, and study with and such, but neither us have had a real, actual friend since middle school.
  • 3 [Law] 3.1 u (transfer) cesión (f) 3.2 c (document) escritura (f) de traspaso
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    • It is important to note that para 25 does no more, but no less, than to preserve the legal effect of a pre-commencement assignment or agreement to assign.
    • At this stage there is a lot of paper work to be completed such as, direct debits, life assignments, legal documents.
    • The Court disregards the opinion of any witness for either side as to what constitutes an assignment document!
    3.3 c (property) (AmE) propiedad hipotecada en venta

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