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Translation of "debt" - English-Spanish dictionary

debt

noun   /det/
an amount of money that you owe someone deuda She’s working in a bar to try to pay off her debts.
[no plural] the situation of owing money to someone deuda We don’t want to get into debt. He’s in debt.
(Definition of debt from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

debt

noun /det/
what one person owes to another deuda His debts amount to over $3,000 a debt of gratitude.
debtor noun
a person who owes a debt deudor In the old days, debtors used to be sent to jail.
in debt
owing money en deuda Her business collapsed and she was left heavily in debt.
(Definition of debt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “debt”
in Korean 빚, 빚을 진 상태…
in Arabic دَيْن…
in Malaysian hutang…
in French dette…
in Russian долг…
in Chinese (Traditional) 借款,欠款, 債務…
in Italian debito…
in Turkish borç, borçlu olma…
in Polish dług…
in Vietnamese nợ…
in Portuguese dívida…
in Thai ภาวะที่เป็นหนี้…
in German die Schuld…
in Catalan deute…
in Japanese 借金, 負債, 借金状態…
in Chinese (Simplified) 借款,欠款, 债务…
in Indonesian utang…
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