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short-term
American English: /ˈʃɔrt ˈˌtərm/

Translation of short-term in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (planning/stratagem/benefits)
    a corto plazo
    short-term parking lot (American English)
    estacionamiento (masculine) or (Spain) aparcamiento (masculine) para períodos cortos
    Example sentences
    • Her short-term memory is very poor but she has a great mind for trivia about old film stars.
    • The Minister said that the short-term objective now is to get the talks back on track.
    • There is a trend for houses to be bought up and rented out to short-term residents.
    1.2 (Finance)
    (debt/bill/investment)
    a corto plazo

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