Translation of cotizar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 [Finanzas] [acciones] to quote las acciones se cotizan a 525 pesos the shares are quoted at o/or are worth 525 pesos, the share price is 525 pesos acciones que se cotizan bien últimamente shares which have been performing well recently la libra se cotizaba a 1.51 euros the pound stood at o/or was worth 1.51 euros estos apartamentos se cotizan en $500.000 these apartments are valued at o/or are worth $500,000 1.2 (apreciar, valorar) to value es el idioma que más se cotiza it is the language most in demand, the most highly-valued language
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
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