Translation of delinquency in Spanish:

delinquency

Pronunciation: /dɪˈlɪŋkwənsi/

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  • 1.1 [Law] [Sociol] delincuencia (f)
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    • Gender is no barrier to delinquency and crime committed by youth.
    • Crime and delinquency among our young people would have been at a minimum today if heads of all religious faiths and homes had the respect and admiration of those under their charge.
    • Media reports on youth crime and delinquency regularly paint a picture of undisciplined and dangerous young people with negative attitudes towards authority.
    1.2 [Fin] mora (f) (before n) delinquency charge recargo (m) de mora
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    • However, an increase in total consumer debt increases revolving delinquencies.
    • That could lead to more mortgage delinquencies or defaults.
    • This theorem accounts for both the unexplainable growth in outstandings and the lack of delinquencies!

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