- débito (m), cargo (m) (before n) debit balance saldo (m) deudor debit card tarjeta (f) de cobro automático debit entry débito (m), asiento (m) de cargo debit note nota (f) de cargo on the debit side en el debe, entre los aspectos negativosMore example sentences
- As such, a deficit may be a result of the claims foreigners have on the local economy (recorded as a debit in the current account).
- The opposite is true when a country receives capital: paying a return on a said investment would be noted as a debit in the current account.
- The second section was the ledger, consisting of all accounts and their debit and credit entries.
Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.
- [Fin] debitar, cargar* to debit a sum against o to an account cargar* una suma a una cuenta, debitar una cantidad de una cuenta they debited my account with the sum cargaron la suma a mi cuenta, debitaron la suma de mi cuenta I was debited with $100 me cargaron or debitaron 100 dólaresMore example sentences
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- As well as using the credit card to obtain goods or services, the card-holder may obtain cash by the use of the card but he is then charged interest from the date the amount is debited from his account with the issuer.
- My bank incorrectly debits a transfer twice from my account, sending me massively overdrawn and making my account unusable for days.
- Because the money is debited from your account within two to three days of the transaction, the consumer has a better idea of where they stand at the end of the month, said O'Reilly.
- The fact that a substantial amount of Irish people do not actually have a bank account, however, is a major obstacle, as Laser cards work by debiting a person's account for the appropriate amount when they make a purchase.
- One account is debited for the amount involved in any transaction and another account is credited.
- So the legal point of phantom withdrawals hinged on the question: if a PIN is typed into an ATM with a card that matches an account number, is that a mandate by the customer for the bank to debit their account?