There are 3 translations of minus in Spanish:

minus1

Pronunciation: /ˈmaɪnəs/

n (pl -nuses or , -nusses)

  • 1.1 (sign) signo (m) de menos, menos (m)
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    • Specifying a plus or minus before a number allows relative positioning.
    • A minus in front of a number indicates an outflow of funds.
    1.2 (disadvantage, deficiency) [colloquial/familiar] desventaja (f), contra (m)
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    • The two surveys have different pluses and minuses and, in my analysis of the labor market, I give weight to both.
    • As Els has pointed out, doing what he is currently doing has no minuses and many positives for all concerned.
    • The discrepancy stems, in part, from the different methodologies - both of which have their pluses and minuses, researchers say.

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There are 3 translations of minus in Spanish:

minus2

adj

  • 1.1 (disadvantageous) [colloquial/familiar] (before n) [factor] negativo, en contra on the minus side, it only has two bedrooms un factor negativo or en contra es que solo tiene dos dormitorios 1.2 (negative) (before n) [number/ion] negativo -3 (léase: minus three) -3 (read as: menos tres)
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    • This brings Limerick West fractionally above the minus five per cent limit.
    • Zero and minus one John Dillon Street, are the unusual addresses for the pair of semi-detached town houses, both a modest 1,200 sq ft.
    • So why can't we devise a mathematical system that allows two plus two to equal seventeen, ten to equal zero and the square root of two to equal minus three?
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    • What texts don't usually tell you is that charges both plus and minus attract uncharged things.
    • A quark has an electric charge of plus or minus one-third or plus or minus two-thirds; so when two are combined they add up to plus one, minus one, or zero.
    1.3 [Educ] A- (léase: A minus)calificación entre A y B, más alta que B+
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    • In fact, all the minus grades (A-, B-, C-) had relatively low graduation rates.
    • Emergency medical care in the USA rates a C-minus, with hospitals increasingly facing overcrowding, a lack of financial support and a growing number of uninsured patients.

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There are 3 translations of minus in Spanish:

minus3

prep

  • 1.1 menos 3 - 1 = 2 (léase: three minus one equals two) 3 - 1 = 2 (read as: tres menos uno es igual a dos) 1.2 (without, missing) [colloquial/familiar] sin he went home minus two teeth volvió a casa sin dos dientes or con dos dientes de menos

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Today is a public holiday in Peru (Día de la Independencia)