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cotizar

Translation of cotizar in English:

verbo transitivo

verbo intransitivo

  • 1.1 (aportar)
    to pay contributions
    1.2 (moneda/valores) las empresas que cotizan en Bolsa
    companies which are listed o quoted on the Stock Exchange
    al cierre cotizaba a 2,78 euros
    it closed at 2.78 euros
    at the close it stood at o was worth 2.78 euros

also: cotizarse verbo pronominal

Example sentences
  • Sus acciones cotizarán tanto en la bolsa inglesa como en la española.
  • Por esa vía se incrementa el universo de trabajadores obligados a cotizar.
  • Antes se cotizaba en 38 y hasta 40 córdobas.

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