cutbacks

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Definition of cutbacks in English Turkish dictionary

cutback
indirim
cutback
buda
cutback
kesinti

Onun işi bütçe kesintileri yüzünden tasfiye edildi. - Her job was eliminated due to budget cutbacks.

Evimin yanındaki kütüphane bütçe kesintileri yüzünden şimdi haftada yalnızca üç gün açık. - The library near my house is now open only three days a week due to budget cutbacks.

cutback
akici bitüm
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{i} sin. geriye dönüş
cutback
{i} kesme
cutback
{i} eksiltme
cutback
{i} düşüş
cutback
katbek
cutback
(Askeri) KATBEK: Kaldırım inşasında, tabii asfaltı başka bir hale sokmak için kullanılan eriyik
cutback
{i} azaltma
cutback
hikâyede geriye dönüş
English - English
plural of cutback
cutback
Maneuver where the surfer turns and surfs back towards where the wave is breaking
cutback
An offensive pass played into a position further from the attacking goal line
cutback
Solvent-thinned bitumen used in cold process roofing adhesives, cements and coatings
budgetary cutbacks
reductions in the money allotted
cutback
In roofing, basic asphalt or tar which has been "cut back" with solvents and oils so that the material become fluid
cutback
Designed by Arrow Dynamics this element includes a single inversion and a 180-degree turnaround
cutback
A cutback is a reduction that is made in something. London Underground said it may have to axe 500 signalling jobs because of government cutbacks in its investment. = cut. a reduction in something, such as the number of workers in a company or the amount of money a government or company spends
cutback
{i} curtailing, reduction, cutting down, decrease
cutback
return to a previous scene following a reaction shot or other cutaway
cutback
solvent-thinned bitumen used in cold-applied ("process") roofing adhesives, roof cements, and roof coatings
cutback
A reduction in an existing program of some sort
cutback
Arrow element consisting of a single inversion in a 180° turnaround
cutback
Bitumen thinned by solvents that is used in cold-process roofing adhesives, roof cements, and roof coatings
cutback
The surfing manoeuvre used to change direction and head back towards the breaking part of the wave
cutback
Cutback - Arrow element consisting of a single inversion in a 180 degree turnaround
cutback
a reduction in the number of workers due to a shortage of work to be performed or a decrease in the budget necessary to pay the workers
cutback
a reduction in quantity or rate
cutback
Solvent-thinned bitumen used in cold process roofing adhesives, flashing cements and roof coatings
staff cutbacks
layoffs, dismissal of some workers
cutbacks

    Turkish pronunciation

    kʌtbäks

    Pronunciation

    /ˈkətˌbaks/ /ˈkʌtˌbæks/

    Videos

    ... some agencies and departments. My cutbacks will be done through attrition, by the way. ...

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