There are 2 main translations of activo in English:

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activo 1

also: feminine: activa
Example sentences
  • Son una militancia no tan activa como el caso del adherente permanente.
  • Es tal vez, la nonagenaria más activa del mundo.
  • El puente aéreo se mantenía activo con los aviones anteriormente asignados.

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There are 2 main translations of activo in English:

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activo 2

sustantivo masculino

Compounds

activo circulante

activo congelado

activo corriente

activo de explotación

  • working assets

activo fijo

activo flotante

activo inmobiliario

  • property assets plural
    real-estate assets plural

activo inmovilizado

activo intangible

, activo inmaterial

activo invisible

  • invisible assets plural

activo neto

  • net assets plural
    net worth

activo oculto

  • hidden assets plural
    concealed assets plural

activo operante

  • operating assets plural

activo de la quiebra

  • bankrupt's estate

activo social

activo tangible

activo tóxico

  • toxic asset
Example sentences
  • El Pasivo de la institución representan el 3 % de sus activos totales.
  • En lo que a Mercantil Seguros se refiere, los activos totales se colocaron en Bs.
  • UU., que limita la inversión en activos en dólares.

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