Translation of due date in Spanish:

due date

n

  • 1.1 [Finance/Finanzas] fecha (feminine) de vencimiento
    More example sentences
    • The grace period begins on the statement closing date and ends on the payment due date.
    • Others may revoke your on-time discounts if a payment arrives a day after the due date, he says.
    • Most companies send bills well in advance of due dates.
    1.2 (of birth) when's your due date? ¿para cuándo esperas or tienes fecha?, ¿cuándo sales de cuentas? (Spain/España)

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