There are 2 main translations of horario in English:

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horario 1

also: feminine: horaria

adjetivo

Example sentences
  • La única duda será su adaptación al cambio horario.
  • Datos horarios o diarios ratificados por la autoridad competente.
  • Tremenda diferencia no sólo horaria, sino que también de un par de días.

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There are 2 main translations of horario in English:

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horario 2

sustantivo masculino

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  • Disponibilidad de horarios y movilidad geográfica si la empresa lo requiriera.
  • Las entidades públicas y privadas también funcionan en horarios habituales.
  • Los auditores trabajarán en diferentes horarios en las fechas señaladas.

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