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man-hour
American English: /ˈmæn ˈˌaʊ(ə)r/

Translation of man-hour in Spanish:

noun

  • hora (feminine) hombre
    500 man-hours
    500 horas hombre
    Example sentences
    • We put in at least 35 man-hours per every flight hour.
    • He said there was an increase of about 20% in police man-hours dedicated to the Easter period than last year.
    • The use of containers significantly reduces the number of man-hours required to move and account for the items within the containers.

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