oneri sociali gravanti

English translation: heavy social-welfare contributions

21:21 Mar 30, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Italian term or phrase: oneri sociali gravanti
in the context of a firm's contractual social benefits payments
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English translation:heavy social-welfare contributions
Explanation:
"Burdensome" would also work, depending on the context. Hope this helps! -- HC
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Heathcliff
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Summary of answers provided
nasocial security contributions subject to taxation
a.t.
nasocial security contributions, social security charges
Mieke Leeuw (X)
naburdensome social security contributions
Jonathan Hine
naheavy social-welfare contributions
Heathcliff


  

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2 hrs
heavy social-welfare contributions


Explanation:
"Burdensome" would also work, depending on the context. Hope this helps! -- HC

Heathcliff
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15 hrs
burdensome social security contributions


Explanation:
use "social security" for US; "social welfare" for UK.
"Burdensome" captures the sense of penalizing the contributor better than "heavy."

Jonathan Hine
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1 day 10 hrs
social security contributions, social security charges


Explanation:
See "Dizionario Commerciale" di Livio Codeluppi, Editore Le Monnier/Le Lettere.
If it would be burdensome, it would rather be gravoso. Gravanti, I believe, of course depending on context is more likely to mean "to be paid".

Mieke Leeuw (X)
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2 days 2 hrs
social security contributions subject to taxation


Explanation:
oneri sociali are actually social security contributions and in the context provided it sounds like "gravante" here actually means to be subject to taxation.

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