Translation of debit in Spanish:
- (before noun) debit balance debit entrydebit noteasiento (masculine) de cargoon the debit sidenota (feminine) de cargoen el debeentre los aspectos negativosExample sentences
- As such, a deficit may be a result of the claims foreigners have on the local economy (recorded as a debit in the current account).
- The opposite is true when a country receives capital: paying a return on a said investment would be noted as a debit in the current account.
- The second section was the ledger, consisting of all accounts and their debit and credit entries.
- (Finance) to debit a sum against o to an accountthey debited my account with the sumcargar una suma a una cuentadebitar una cantidad de una cuentaI was debited with $100cargaron la suma a mi cuentadebitaron la suma de mi cuentame cargaron or debitaron 100 dólaresExample sentences
- As well as using the credit card to obtain goods or services, the card-holder may obtain cash by the use of the card but he is then charged interest from the date the amount is debited from his account with the issuer.
- My bank incorrectly debits a transfer twice from my account, sending me massively overdrawn and making my account unusable for days.
- Because the money is debited from your account within two to three days of the transaction, the consumer has a better idea of where they stand at the end of the month, said O'Reilly.
- The fact that a substantial amount of Irish people do not actually have a bank account, however, is a major obstacle, as Laser cards work by debiting a person's account for the appropriate amount when they make a purchase.
- One account is debited for the amount involved in any transaction and another account is credited.
- So the legal point of phantom withdrawals hinged on the question: if a PIN is typed into an ATM with a card that matches an account number, is that a mandate by the customer for the bank to debit their account?
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