Word: rota

Category: rota

Autos & Vehicles, Arts & Entertainment, Business & Industrial

Related words: rota

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Translations: rota

spanish
nómina, Rota, rotación, de Rota, turnos


german
Turnus, in Rota, Dienstplan

french
rote, Rota, rotation, roulement, tour de rôle

italian
rotazione, turni, di Rota

portuguese
rotativo, turnos, rodízio, sistema rotativo

dutch
rooster, toerbeurt, aftreden, van aftreden

russian
очередность

norwegian
turnus, turnusarbeid, rotasjonsordning

swedish
turordning, instruktionen, rullande schema, rutinerna

finnish
työlista, Rota, rota-, vuorojärjestyksen, Työvuoroluetteloon

danish
rotationsordning, turnus, beredskabsplanen, turnusordningen

czech
rozpis, rotující, Roty

polish
grafik

hungarian
szolgálati beosztás jegyzéke, beosztás jegyzéke, szolgálati beosztás jegyzékét, szolgálati beosztás jegyzékében

turkish
görev listesi, iş plânı, nöbet cetveli

greek
Rota, Ρότα, εκ περιτροπής, περιτροπής, βάρδια

ukrainian
розклад, розпис, руху, Розклад руху, розкладу

albanian
rotacion, me rotacion, Reduktimi, Reduktimi i

bulgarian
разписание на дежурства, Rota, Рота, ротационна, ротационен

belarusian
расклад, Рэальны

estonian
ajaplaan, töögraafik, Rota, Turvameetmete tagamise kord, tagamise kord

croatian
Rota, popis dežurstva, dežurstva, Rota je

icelandic
Rota

lithuanian
budėjimo tvarkaraštis, Rota, tvarkaraštis, tvarkaraštyje, rotacijos

latvian
dežūru saraksts, plānojums, plānojumā, plānojumam

macedonian
Рота, Rota, та рота

romanian
Rota, rotație, de rotație, Rota de, prin rotație

slovenian
program v, menjavanja

slovak
roty

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The meaning and "use of": rota

noun
  • a list showing when each of a number of people has to do a particular job.
  • the supreme ecclesiastical and secular court of the Roman Catholic Church.

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