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workload
American English: /ˈwərkˌloʊd/
British English: /ˈwəːkləʊd/

Translation of workload in Spanish:

noun

  • to have a heavy/light workload
    tener mucho/poco trabajo
    Example sentences
    • In September, the union asked management to take steps to safeguard staff by monitoring workloads and setting aside tasks in busy periods.
    • Tasks were reallocated, workloads adjusted and we got everything done once again.
    • New legislation means vastly increased workloads in administration, much duplication of work and huge amounts of statistics.

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