Translation of unsecured in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˌʌnsɪˈkjʊrd; ˌʌnsɪˈkjʊəd/


  • 1.1 [Finance/Finanzas] [stock] no garantizado, sin garantía unsecured loan préstamo (m) or crédito (m) sin garantía or caución, crédito (m) a sola firma unsecured creditoracreedor sin crédito privilegiado ni hipoteca unsecured debt deuda (feminine) quirografaria
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    • Do not include the payments you are supposed to make on any unsecured credit such as personal loans, overdrafts and credit cards at this stage.
    • The loan was unsecured, interest free and has no fixed repayment date, according to the accounts.
    • Decrease your debt by starting with the most expensive line of credit you have, which will usually be your credit card, then your overdraft, followed by a personal or unsecured loan.
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    • More than six years after a York travel and hotel company collapsed, unsecured creditors are finally set to get some of their money back.
    • He said holders would rank as unsecured creditors in the Company Voluntary Arrangement document which is to be circulated to creditors soon.
    • He said there was nearly E60 million owed to 2,400 unsecured creditors of the company.
    1.2 (not locked) sin echar el cerrojo
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    • As other countries up their security arrangements, they will identify goods as one of two classifications - those they consider secure, and those they consider unsecured.
    • I did a lot of surfing the net (thanks to my neighbour's unsecured wireless connection).
    • People should be taught to take the right precautions when using an unsecured network.

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