There are 2 translations of collateral in Spanish:

collateral1

Pronunciation: /kəˈlætərəl/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • [Finance/Finanzas] (money) garantía (feminine), fianza (feminine); (property) garantía (feminine) real
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    • Because most of its hard assets, such as airplanes, already are pledged as loan collateral, the company has said that it will not seek additional investors at this time.
    • CMAs are also required to maintain inventories of each class and grade of grain at least equal to the quantity pledged as loan collateral.
    • By the stroke of a government pen and without having invested one single cent, the Larrakia now have a major asset to use as collateral for a bank loan.

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There are 2 translations of collateral in Spanish:

collateral2

adj

  • 1.1 (side by side) [formal] [kingdoms/territories] colindante
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    • The use of contrast enhanced CT is much more specific and can demonstrate collateral veins.
    • The dorsal artery of the index finger may similarly, though more rarely, supply one or both of the collateral arteries of the adjacent sides of the thumb and index finger.
    • The MCL (medial collateral ligament) controls the knee's movement from side to side.
    1.2 (secondary) [information/evidence] incidental, circunstancial
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    • Why do you distinguish between what I might call questions going to the primary purpose of the Commission and these ones that go to what you would regard as a sort of collateral or secondary purpose?
    • Then comes an assessment of collateral effects and unintended consequences.
    • To ensure the proper result with little or no unintended collateral effects, we need greater precision with speed.
    1.3 (genealogy) [relative/descent] colateral
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    • Support is legally prescribed and required along descent, ascent, and collateral lines.
    • As for that of Herve de Lanrivain, I had only to apply to his collateral descendant for its subsequent details.
    • A major consequence of this was the drastic reduction of the casato's collateral lines (and, in the long run, the demographic decline of the aristocracy).

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Word of the day temple
m
tempering …
Cultural fact of the day

Pulque is a thick, white, Mexican alcoholic drink made from fermented maguey juice; the sacred drink of the Aztecs. It is drunk without being aged, sometimes with added fruit or vegetable juice. Pulquerías are bars where it is drunk.