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Translation of discount in Spanish:


  • descuento (masculine) I got a 10% discount o a discount of 10% me hicieron un 10% de descuento or un descuento del 10% she gave me a discount on the sofa me hizo un descuento en el precio del sofá cash discount descuento por pago en efectivo or al contado is there a trade discount? ¿hacen descuentos al gremio? at a discount the goods were sold off at a discount la mercancía se vendió con descuento or a precio reducido these shares are at a discount to their issue price estas acciones se cotizan por debajo de su precio de emisión good manners seem to be at a discount these days [formal] hoy en día ya no cuentan los buenos modales (before noun/delante del nombre) [store/stationer] de saldos; [furniture/hardware] de saldo
    Example sentences
    • But how hard would it be to create a movie gift card that offers a discount for the cost of 10 tickets or more?
    • You will probably find that from time to time you will get extra offers, discounts and lower shipping costs.
    • Our prices are negotiable and we do offer discounts for bulk purchases.

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

/ˈdɪskaʊnt; dɪsˈkaʊnt; dɪsˈkaʊnt/
  • 1 [Business/Comercio] 1.1 [amount] descontar* I could discount 10% for you podría descontarle un 10% 1.2 [goods] rebajar 1.3 [price/debt] reducir* at discounted prices con descuento
  • 2 [Finance] [bill of exchange/promissory note] descontar*
  • 3 (disregard) [possibility] descartar; [claim/criticism] pasar por alto, no tener* en cuenta you can discount most of what she says no hay que tener en cuenta la mayor parte de lo que dice

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