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 Translation for 'year on year' from English to Russian
год к году {adj}year-on-year <yoy>
4 Words
в новогоднюю ночь {adv}on New Year's Eve
в канун {м} Нового года {adv}on New Year's Eve
Partial Matches
год {м}year
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круглогодичный {adj}year-round
круглогодовой {adj}year-round
високосный год {м}leap year
в прошлом годуlast year
хозяйственный год {м}fiscal year
Новый год {м}New Year
астрон.
световой год {м}
light year
астрон.
лунный год {м}
lunar year
астрон.
солнечный год {м}
solar year
ежегодно {adv}every year
зимнее полугодие {с}winter half year
С Новым годом!Happy New Year!
новогодний {adj}New Year [attr.]
новогодняя ночь {ж}New Year's Eve
десятилетний {adj} [о возрасте]ten-year-old [attr.]
Новый год {м} [новогодний вечер]New Year's Eve
прошлогодний {adj}of last year [postpos.]
канун {м} Нового годаNew Year's Eve
на {prep} [+prep.]on
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Usage Examples English
  • In 2015, Google reported a 94% increase in Hindi-content consumption year-on-year, adding that 21% of users in India prefer content in Hindi.
  • However, the development of tourism during the 1980s has caused the population to grow year on year since then, doubling it in a little less than a decade.
  • and biomass having an annual growth year-on-year of 1.78% since June 2013 (slightly faster than the national rate of 1.56% during the same period).
  • And in the same year, it was revealed that more new companies were started in Nottingham in 2014–15 than in any other UK city, with a 68% year-on-year increase.
  • 8 percent year-on-year increase in the number of projects it supports that promote gender inclusion.

  • 5% year-on-year in Uzbekistan. The number of broadband ports installed totalled 378,000 across the country at the end of 2012, up by 55.5% year-on-year.
  • ... 0% year-on-year in 2009) for the second consecutive year.
  • In late-July 2019, Nissan announced it would lay off 12,500 employees over the next 3 years, citing a 95% year on year net income fall.
  • Some economists believe the United States may have experienced deflation as part of the financial crisis of 2007–2010; compare the theory of debt deflation. Year-on-year, consumer prices dropped for six months in a row to end-August 2009, largely due to a steep decline in energy prices.
  • By August 2009, Latvia's GDP had fallen by 20% year on year, with Standard & Poor's predicting a further 16% contraction to come.

  • While paper manga has seen a decrease over time, digital manga have been growing in sales each year.
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