jornada


jornada
f.
1 working day.
jornada electoral polling day
jornada intensiva = working day from 8 am to 3 pm with only a short lunch break
jornada laboral working day
media jornada half day
jornada partida = working day with long (2-3 hour) lunch break, ending at 7-8 pm
jornada de puertas abiertas open day , open house (United States)
jornada de reflexión = day immediately before elections when campaigning is forbidden
jornadas (sobre) conference (on) (congreso)
2 day's journey.
3 round of matches, program (sport).
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jornada
nombre femenino
1 (día de trabajo) working day
una jornada de ocho horas an eight-hour day
ha sido una jornada intensiva it's been a hard day's work
2 (camino recorrido) day's journey
estamos a dos jornadas de camino we've got another two days' travelling to do
3 (en periodismo) day
las noticias de la jornada today's news
la jornada deportiva del sábado Saturday's sport
nombre femenino plural jornadas
1 conference sing
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FRASEOLOGÍA
jornada completa full-time
jornada intensiva eight-to-three working day without a lunch break
jornada laboral working day
jornada partida working day with a lunch break
media jornada half-day
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noun f.
day's journey
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SF
1) (=tiempo de trabajo)

media jornada — half day

jornada anual — working days in the year

jornada completa — full (working) day

jornada continua — = jornada intensiva

jornada de ocho horas — eight-hour day

jornada inglesa — five-day week

jornada intensiva — full day's work with no lunch break

jornada laboral — [al día] working day; [a la semana] working week; [al año] working year

jornada legal — maximum legal working hours

jornada partida — split shift

jornada semanal — working week

2) (=día) day

jornada de huelga — day of industrial action

jornada de lucha — day of action

jornada de movilización — day of action, day of protest

jornada de reflexión — (Pol) day before the election ( on which campaigning is banned )

jornada informativa — open day, open house (EEUU)

3) [de viaje] day's journey; (=etapa) stage (of a journey)

a largas jornadas — (Mil) by forced marches

4) (Mil) expedition

la jornada de Orán — the expedition against Oran

5) pl jornadas (Univ) congress, conference

"Jornadas Cervantinas" — "Conference on Cervantes"

6) (=vida) lifetime, life span
7) (Teat) ( Hist) act
8) Cono Sur (=sueldo) day's wage
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femenino
1)
a) (period) (día) day

la jornada de huelga convocada para hoy — the strike called for today

b) (Rels Labs) tb

jornada laboral or de trabajo — working day

trabajar jornada completa/media jornada — to work full-time/part-time

una jornada semanal de 40 horas — a 40-hour (working) week

2) jornadas femenino plural (congreso) conference, symposium; (de teatro, arte) workshop, course
3)
a) (esp Col) (viaje) journey
b) (Méx) (día de viaje) day's journey

fue una larga jornada — it was a long day's journey

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= workday.
Ex. This article describes a study of stress conducted in a university library using the following categories: workload; schedule and workday; feeling pulled and tugged; physical facilities; unchallenging work; and miscellaneous.
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* a media jornada = half-time [half time].
* de media jornada = half-day [half day].
* final de la jornada laboral = close of business.
* haber terminado la jornada laboral = be off duty.
* jornada de puertas abiertas = open day.
* jornada de reflexión = reflection-day.
* jornada de trabajo = workshop.
* jornada laboral = workday, day's work, working hours, working day, working time, work hours.
* jornadas = conference, institute.
* terminar la jornada laboral = clock off + work.
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femenino
1)
a) (period) (día) day

la jornada de huelga convocada para hoy — the strike called for today

b) (Rels Labs) tb

jornada laboral or de trabajo — working day

trabajar jornada completa/media jornada — to work full-time/part-time

una jornada semanal de 40 horas — a 40-hour (working) week

2) jornadas femenino plural (congreso) conference, symposium; (de teatro, arte) workshop, course
3)
a) (esp Col) (viaje) journey
b) (Méx) (día de viaje) day's journey

fue una larga jornada — it was a long day's journey

* * *
= workday.

Ex: This article describes a study of stress conducted in a university library using the following categories: workload; schedule and workday; feeling pulled and tugged; physical facilities; unchallenging work; and miscellaneous.

* a media jornada = half-time [half time].
* de media jornada = half-day [half day].
* final de la jornada laboral = close of business.
* haber terminado la jornada laboral = be off duty.
* jornada de puertas abiertas = open day.
* jornada de reflexión = reflection-day.
* jornada de trabajo = workshop.
* jornada laboral = workday, day's work, working hours, working day, working time, work hours.
* jornadas = conference, institute.
* terminar la jornada laboral = clock off + work.

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jornada
feminine
A
1 (period) (día) day
la jornada transcurrió con absoluta normalidad the day passed off without incident
una nueva jornada de protesta another day of protest
la jornada de huelga convocada para hoy the strike called for today
2 (Rels Labs) tb
jornada laboral or de trabajo working day
un trabajo de jornada completa/de media jornada a full-time/part-time job
trabaja jornada completa/media jornada she works full-time/part-time
una jornada semanal de 40 horas a 40-hour (working) week
Compuestos:
jornada continuada or intensiva
working day with a short break or no break for lunch so as to finish earlier
jornada de puertas abiertas
open house (AmE), open day (BrE)
jornada partida
split shift (working day with long break for lunch)
jornada única
(Chi) jornada continuada
B jornadas fpl (congreso) conference, symposium; (de teatro, arte) workshop, course
C
(esp Col) (viaje): son tres días de jornada para llegar a la sierra it's a three-day journey to the mountains
fue una larga jornada it was a long day's journey
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jornada sustantivo femenino
1
a) (period) (día) day

b) (Rels Labs) tb

jornada laboral working day;

trabajar jornada completa/media jornada to work full-time/part-time;
jornada continuada or intensiva or (Chi) única working day with no break for lunch so as to finish earlier;
jornada partida split shift (working day with long break for lunch)
2 (esp Col) (viaje) journey
jornada
I sustantivo femenino
1 (día de trabajo) working day
jornada intensiva, continuous working day
jornada partida, working day with a lunch break
trabajo de media jornada/jornada completa, part-time/full-time work
2 (día) day
las noticias de la jornada, the news of the day
3 (día de viaje) day's journey
II fpl jornadas, conference sing
'jornada' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
cerrarse
- de
- electoral
- laboral
- luto
- normalidad
- cerrar
- largo
- reducido
- trabajar
- trabajo
English:
day
- employment
- full-time
- half-day
- half-holiday
- sports day
- workday
- working
- working-day
- assembly
- half
- work
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jornada nf
1. [día] day;
una dura jornada de trabajo a hard day's work;
una jornada de huelga a day of strike action;
una jornada de lucha a day of protest
Comp
jornada electoral election day, polling day;
jornada de puertas abiertas open day;
jornada de reflexión = day immediately before elections when campaigning is forbidden
2. [de viaje] day's journey
3. [laboral] working day, US workday;
media jornada half day
Comp
jornada completa full working day o US workday;
un empleo a jornada completa a full-time job;
jornada continua = working day from early morning to mid-afternoon with only a short lunch break;
jornada intensiva = working day from early morning to mid-afternoon with only a short lunch break;
jornada laboral working day, US workday;
tenemos una jornada laboral de ocho horas we work an eight-hour day;
una jornada laboral de 35 horas a 35-hour week;
jornada partida = working day with lunch break of several hours, finishing in the evening
4. Dep round of games o matches;
llevan seis jornadas sin perder they have gone six games without losing
5.
jornadas (sobre) [congreso] conference (on)
6. Lit act
JORNADA INTENSIVA
Spanish stores, offices and schools used to close at midday when everyone went home to have lunch with their families, and all activity would come to a standstill. Only shift workers and civil servants would depart from this pattern and work from eight to three in what is called a jornada intensiva (or “intensive working day”). Many small offices would change their timetable in the summertime and did not take a lunch break. This is still the case today, especially in rural areas and small towns or in very hot regions. However, department stores and superstores have now broken ranks and stay open all day. Many large companies now prefer their employees to take shorter lunch breaks, which means that, in big cities at least, they do not have time to return home for the traditional long lunch.
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jornada
f
1 (working) day;
media jornada half-day
2 distancia day’s journey
3 DEP round of games
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jornada nf
1) : expedition, day's journey
2)
jornada de trabajo : working day
3) jornadas nfpl
: conference, congress
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jornada n day
una jornada de siete horas a seven hour day
hacer jornada completa to work full time
hacer media jornada to work part time
jornada laboral working day

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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