Translation of hourly in Spanish:


por hora, adj.

Pronunciation /?a?(?)rli/ /?a??li/

See Spanish definition of constante


  • 1

    (rate/wage) por hora
    the buses run at hourly intervals hay un autobús por hora
    • there's an hourly bus service hay un autobús por hora
    • It was agreed that this was calculated by reference to the hourly rate and the hours worked.
    • The starting hourly wage was less than $8 an hour, the suit said.
    • It was the best hourly wage in town at $5.25 an hour and the entertainment was phenomenal.
    • Women work almost 10 hours less than men a week, while women's hourly earnings were only 82.5% of men's.
    • Average hourly wind speeds ranged from 70 to 90 miles per hour.
    • The amount of non-program matter set out in the Final Schedules for an hour must not exceed the hourly limit in Clause 5.7.
    • The committee will tell the Scottish Legal Aid Board that the hourly fee should increase from £43 an hour to £100.
    • Industrial hourly earnings rose by 4.0% while average hours worked increased 1.8% over the year to date.
    • Certainly, their biggest achievement was a six per cent wage increase over three years, an accomplishment which will raise their hourly wage to over $29 an hour.
    • The POA wanted 1.85 times the hourly pay and expressed doubts over how the service could be run by cutting overtime hours so much.
    • Meanwhile, trade unions appreciated as a good sign the decision of Parliament to finally start hourly calculation of the contributory service of employees in Bulgaria.
    • The business owner must keep records of hours worked and the hourly wage has to be rational.
    • Senior staff have taken a voluntary pay cut, and so have hourly employees because their hours have been reduced.
    • The length of the average work week was unchanged at 34.1 hours and average hourly earnings rose a slim 0.1 percent to US $14.63.
    • With gains in both hourly pay and hours worked, weekly pay in September jumped by 0.9%, the largest monthly increase in five years.
    • If you are a junior doctor you also get paid a fraction of your hourly salary when working overtime. Consultants at present do not get paid for their overtime.
    • The Labor Dept. made sharply higher revisions to its measure of hourly labor compensation in the fourth quarter of last year and in the first quarter of this year.
    • The two best measures are average hourly earnings and annual income.
    • For workers, the value of their working time is measurable by the minimum hourly wage they would accept to work.
    • Under the proposed arrangements junior doctors will no longer suffer the ignominy of overtime paid at a fraction of the basic hourly rate.
  • 2 literary



  • 1

    (every hour)
    (run/broadcast) cada hora
    • Research on-line indicated that weekdays trains ran hourly southbound starting at 4: 20AM from Mangonia Park.
    • I live above the railroad tracks and delay conversations twice hourly while trains roar by.
    • He also claims to diffuse any rising panic with what seems a painful rigmarole - setting an alarm to go off hourly three hours before he is due to rise, to try to confront his nerves head - on before they grow to menacing size.
    • Ms Roberts said wildfire warnings would break into programming and be broadcast at 15 minutes past the hour - repeated hourly if necessary.
    • A special event at Brockhole made the Ambleside to Brockhole service particularly popular, and services ran every half hour rather than hourly.
    • Moreover, the confusion lasting for only 48 hours might have been the result of using antiemetics in a patient who had been vomiting almost hourly for 24 hours.
    • Results of arterial blood gas analysis were recorded at 20 minutes and then hourly for 5 hours after lavage.
    • BBC news bulletins will be aired hourly on the hour, from 5.00 am local time, alongside a breadth of BBC programmes.
    • I telephoned twice more that day, five times the following day and then hourly during working hours for ten days afterwards.
    • Run electric suburban trains and these locals could run hourly from Bangalore City to Whitefield.
    • The little station building is still there, and tourist trains still trundle by almost hourly.
    • Of these, pressures were monitored hourly on 46 nights and every 2 hours or more on 49 nights.
    • The north-flowing Gulf Stream collides with a tendril of the southbound Labrador Current there, creating knots and plumes of flow that change daily, even hourly.
    • Do these petty people walk around with their eyes closed or are they just too intimidated to tackle the large number of school children, students and foreign visitors who hourly throw their rubbish on our historic streets?
    • I couldn't help but declare almost hourly, ‘It's a birder's paradise!’
    • The site has greater depth and frequency of data updates - equity prices are available to registered users hourly from 08.30 to 17.30.
    • We hear explosions, near and distant, almost hourly.
    • Service 26 now runs from Poppleton Road via Boroughbridge Road and Beckfield Lane hourly to and from Acomb and onward to Foxwood Lane and Askham Bar for York College.
    • Just because they broadcast it hourly, it doesn't make it true.
    • They included 27 Category A prisoners, to be checked hourly, and one inmate on a special suicide watch.
  • 2

    (all the time)
    a cada momento
    • Never before I have I been such an irresponsible adult, clogging my arteries hourly with enough carbohydrate voltage to power the western United States.
    • They come from the city centre, through the hourly more-expensive Sandringham, up to the Mt Albert Rd lights and down into the immediately different Mt Roskill.
    • The Florida totals are absolutely liquid, with the ebbs and flows of majorities, small as they are, changing hourly.
    • The pressures on him daily, sometimes hourly, are immense.
    • The American public is being presented with an evangelical civics lesson, not only daily but hourly.
  • 3 literary

    (at any time)
    (expect) en cualquier momento
  • 4

    (by the hour)
    (pay/charge) por hora(s)
    • It caters for The European Working Time Directive and the issues this holds for Irish employers both in terms of hourly paid and salaried employees.
    • Households fared better than individual, hourly paid workers during the 1980-1996 period.
    • The energy group is trying to force a massive pay cut on 120 North Sea oil workers by paying them hourly instead of monthly.
    • Meanwhile, poor workers, who tend to work hourly, are losing salary that they can ill-afford.
    • In factories, piece workers often rank higher than their hourly paid counterparts even though their basic conditions of service are identical.
    • Institutions have not found a way, or perhaps have not been willing, to compensate faculty paid hourly for the unpaid hours they spend in contact with students outside of class.