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rota
American English: /ˈroʊdə/
British English: /ˈrəʊtə/

Translation of rota in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English)
    we have a dishwashing rota in our house
    en casa nos turnamos para lavar los platos
    Example sentences
    • The post was found hours later by a dog owner and police traced the temporary worker from staff rotas at the sorting office.
    • The rota was a print out of the weekly schedule fastened to a clipboard.
    • The review will look at the different ways in which the public can access services, including GP cooperatives, commercial services, and practice rotas.

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