por exedencia

English translation: for unpaid leave

22:38 Nov 7, 2018
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Education / Pedagogy
Spanish term or phrase: por exedencia
Hi,

This is from a Kardex, a Venezuelan academic transcript, found at the end.

ES:
Numero de veces por exedencia
EN:
Number of times per each instance of leave granted

But what does that mean?

Thanks,

Cheers,

Sebastian Witte
A. & S. Witte
Germany
Local time: 15:59
English translation:for unpaid leave
Explanation:
I would translate it as follows: Amount/number of unpaid leaves.

Excelencia is when an employee requests a free day accepting not to receive pay on that day - the day will be reduced from his paycheck.

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Note added at 50 minutos (2018-11-07 23:29:17 GMT)
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It should say "per unpaid leave" but, as I said, my suggestion of translation differs from the one you have.
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Judith Armele
Mexico
Local time: 08:59
Grading comment
I am not sure. Why would you have <> in an academic transcript? Thanks very much anyway for your participation and input. Maybe something like amount of leave granted or possibly even Unexcused absence is meant. Don't know.
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for unpaid leave


Explanation:
I would translate it as follows: Amount/number of unpaid leaves.

Excelencia is when an employee requests a free day accepting not to receive pay on that day - the day will be reduced from his paycheck.

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Note added at 50 minutos (2018-11-07 23:29:17 GMT)
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It should say "per unpaid leave" but, as I said, my suggestion of translation differs from the one you have.

Judith Armele
Mexico
Local time: 08:59
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 10
Grading comment
I am not sure. Why would you have <<Amount of unpaid leave>> in an academic transcript? Thanks very much anyway for your participation and input. Maybe something like amount of leave granted or possibly even Unexcused absence is meant. Don't know.

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