In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.
- 1.1 (send invoice) to invoice sb (
forsth) pasarle aalgn factura ( poralgo) please invoice us hagan el favor de pasarnos (la) facturaMore example sentences1.2 (list on invoice) [goods/items] facturar
- If it is an issue, invoice me for the trip and I will send you an account for the full amount of my professional fees.
- If your last date turned out to be a non-prospect, try invoicing her for half the cost.
- I do know that if she keeps printing my words I shall have to start invoicing her for doing so.
- [Business/Comercio] facturar, hacer* facturas the invoicing department el departamento de facturaciónMore example sentences
- It is from those links that the customer derives the right to have transactions effected, even if they are invoiced as services provided to the bank and also alter the bank's financial situation.
- Norman had falsified invoices to purported service providers.
- Cassidy invoiced MC for consultancy services in finding labour purportedly supplied by the 11 alleged sub-contractors who were the subject of the first and second frauds.