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flat-rate
Pronunciation: /flætˈreɪt/

Translation of flat-rate in Spanish:

adjective

  • (British English)
    a una tasa de interés fija or (especially Spain) a tipo de interés fijo
    Example sentences
    • The campaigners reckon the Treasury should replace a tax on the weight of tobacco with a flat-rate charge per cigar.
    • Different flat-rate payment schemes would also operate between land in ‘severely disadvantaged areas’ and all other land.
    • At best, phone companies will be able to charge a flat-rate fee for service; at worst they will have to give voice calls away.

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