rentable


rentable
adj.
profitable.
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rentable
adjetivo
1 profitable
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adj.
profitable
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ADJ profitable

no rentable — unprofitable

la línea ya no es rentable — the line is no longer economic (to run)

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adjetivo <inversión/negocio> profitable

no me es rentable viajar hasta allí — it isn't worth my while o it doesn't make sense financially to go all that way

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= cost-effective [cost effective], profitable, cost-efficient [cost efficient], remunerative, money-making, win-win + Nombre.
Ex. OFFSEARCH is a means of running a search overnight on more than one data base, in a cost-effective mode.
Ex. With this type of facility search strategy can be refined to give the most profitable output.
Ex. Good libraries are a cost-efficient integral part of an effective correctional programme in a detention centre.
Ex. In the early 1860s, the compositors in one shop averaged 9 pound per man in one week -- more than five times the average -- `while composing some unusually remunerative parliamentary work, and working almost night and day'.
Ex. Few booksellers regard their shops simply as money-making enterprises: they believe good bookshops are at least as much a cultural necessity as the public libraries.
Ex. The situation appears unstable and unsatisfactory; yet it survives in the absence of something better, such as a win-win scenario where publishers, librarians and researchers could all benefit.
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* de forma rentable = cost-effectively.
* hacer rentable = make + profitable.
* no rentable = uneconomic, unprofitable.
* ser rentable = pay off, be a money-maker, pay, turn + a profit.
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adjetivo <inversión/negocio> profitable

no me es rentable viajar hasta allí — it isn't worth my while o it doesn't make sense financially to go all that way

* * *
= cost-effective [cost effective], profitable, cost-efficient [cost efficient], remunerative, money-making, win-win + Nombre.

Ex: OFFSEARCH is a means of running a search overnight on more than one data base, in a cost-effective mode.

Ex: With this type of facility search strategy can be refined to give the most profitable output.
Ex: Good libraries are a cost-efficient integral part of an effective correctional programme in a detention centre.
Ex: In the early 1860s, the compositors in one shop averaged 9 pound per man in one week -- more than five times the average -- `while composing some unusually remunerative parliamentary work, and working almost night and day'.
Ex: Few booksellers regard their shops simply as money-making enterprises: they believe good bookshops are at least as much a cultural necessity as the public libraries.
Ex: The situation appears unstable and unsatisfactory; yet it survives in the absence of something better, such as a win-win scenario where publishers, librarians and researchers could all benefit.
* de forma rentable = cost-effectively.
* hacer rentable = make + profitable.
* no rentable = uneconomic, unprofitable.
* ser rentable = pay off, be a money-maker, pay, turn + a profit.

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rentable
adjective
‹inversión/negocio›
profitable: no me es rentable viajar hasta allí para vender tan poco it isn't worth my while o it doesn't make sense financially to go all that way to sell so little, there's no profit in me going all that way to sell so little
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rentable adjetivo ‹inversión/negocioprofitable
rentable adjetivo
1 (negocio, empresa) profitable
2 (ventajoso, merecedor del esfuerzo) worthwhile
'rentable' also found in these entries:
English:
cost-effective
- economic
- marginal
- pay
- profitable
- cost
- profitably
- profit
- unprofitable
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rentable adj
profitable;
la manera más rentable de hacerlo es… the most cost-efficient way of doing it is…;
sólo es o [m5]sale rentable si viajas más de tres veces diarias it's only worth it if you make more than three journeys a day
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rentable
adj profitable
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rentable adj
: profitable
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rentable adj profitable

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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