Translation of portfolio in Spanish:

portfolio

Pronunciation: /pɔːrtˈfəʊliəʊ; pɔːtˈfəʊliəʊ/

n (pl -lios)

  • 1 1.1 (case) portafolio(s) (m), cartera (f)
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    • Then she started picking up folders, portfolios, drawings, papers, everything important that she could find and locked it in her cabinet.
    • His fingers lost their iron grip, and the portfolio with the drawing paper fell to the ground, with my portrait landing at my feet.
    • I took my favorite drawings out of the portfolio and hung them as well.
    1.2 (samples of work) carpeta (f) de trabajos
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    • Part of their course work involves creating actual marketing pieces for their portfolios.
    • Since earning her graduate degree from Yale only two years ago, Katy Grannan has compiled an impressive portfolio of portraits.
    • In the midst of this fabulous display the patron and other gentlemen examine a portfolio while a young art student draws from the assembled works.
  • 3 [Fin] cartera (f) de acciones (before n) portfolio investments inversiones (fpl) de cartera
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    • Dividend reinvestment plans, or DRIPs, allow investors to build investment portfolios by reinvesting dividends into more shares.
    • I used to have a fair portion of my investment portfolio allocated to bonds.
    • To be sure, much global finance reflects growing investment portfolios, some doubtless with a speculative component.

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