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transar

Translation of transar in English:

verbo intransitivo

verbo transitivo

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    (América Latina) (Comercio, Finanzas)
    to buy and sell
    pocas acciones se transaron hoy en el mercado bursátil
    there was little activity o little buying and selling on the stock market today
Example sentences
  • En algún momento, en los años ochenta, se llegó a transar el cuidado de los parques a cambio de deuda externa.
  • Para la segunda vuelta tuvo que hipotecar estos principios al transar con la derecha.
  • Los líderes del MRTA, en cambio, pagaron cara su negativa a transar con el gobierno de Fujimori.

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