Translation of onerous in Spanish:
- (task)(debt)an onerous financial responsibilityuna responsabilidad (económica) onerosa or gravosaExample sentences
- No wonder we cannot find staff for such onerous tasks, the stress day in day out must be disastrous on their health.
- A leading Scottish businesswoman has the onerous task of finding a buyer for the beleaguered Millennium Dome in London.
- Eithne also has the onerous task of visiting groups, hospitals and the sick or anyone else that contacts her wishing to see the relic.
- It seems likely that the net cash position will move into net debt and/or the company will be saddled with onerous lease obligations.
- Occupiers are going to become more aware of onerous lease terms.
- Unprofitable contracts can be ended, and property burdened with onerous obligations disowned.
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