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deuda

Translation of deuda in English:

sustantivo femenino

Compounds

deuda consolidada

  • funded o consolidated debt

deuda de guerra

  • war debt

deuda del Estado

deuda externa

deuda flotante

deuda nacional

deuda privada

  • corporate o private debt

deuda pública

deudas incobrables

sustantivo plural femenino

deudas morosas

sustantivo plural femenino
  • doubtful debts plural

deuda soberana

deuda subordinada

Example sentences
  • Título de deuda a corto plazo emitido por el Gobierno Central.
  • El Billetazo no aplica para cancelar deudas de la Tarjeta Vea.
  • En particular se calcularán indicadores de cobertura de servicio de la deuda y relación deuda a capital.

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