Translation of indebted in Spanish:
- 1.1 (owing gratitude) See examples:to be indebted
tosomebody ( forsomething)I am indebted to you for all you have doneestar en deuda conalguien ( poralgo)he is greatly indebted to Renoirestoy en deuda contigo por todo lo que has hechote estoy or te quedo muy agradecido por todo lo que has hechole debe mucho a RenoirExample sentences1.2 (owing money)
- The government and all citizens are indebted to them for their service.
- What this means is that if someone was very good to him and did him some favours, he would be indebted to them for life.
- The fire service were also on the scene swiftly and we are indebted to them for their actions.
- This does not cover countries like Nigeria, which is among the most indebted, but owes the money to private lenders.
- Several farmers explained that as they become more indebted they have to turn to private traders and money lenders.
- The indebted Bassanio needs to marry Portia for money as much as for love.
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