Translation of deuda in English:

deuda

nombre femenino/feminine noun

  • 1.1 [Comercio/Business] [Finanzas] debt pagar or saldar una deuda to pay (off) a debt contraer una deuda to run up o/or [formal] contract a debt se cargaron or llenaron de deudas para poder comprar la casa they got themselves heavily into debt to buy the house tiene deudas de varios millones de pesos he has debts of several million pesos, he is several million pesos in debt logré salir de deudas I cleared o/or paid off all my debts, I got out of debt 1.2 (compromiso moral)deuda con algn estoy en deuda con usted I am indebted to you ha pagado su deuda con la sociedad she has paid her debt to society 1.3 [Religión/Religion] perdónanos nuestras deudas forgive us our trespasses

Compounds

deuda consolidada

  • funded o/or consolidated debt

deuda de guerra

  • war debt

deuda del Estado

deuda externa

deuda flotante

deuda nacional

deuda privada

  • corporate o/or private debt

deuda pública

deudas incobrables

nombre plural femenino/plural feminine noun

deudas morosas

nombre plural femenino/plural feminine noun
  • doubtful debts (plural)

deuda soberana

deuda subordinada

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