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Spanish translation of “owe”

owe

verb /əu/
to be in debt to
deber
I owe (him) $10.
owing adjective still to be paid
debido
There is some money still owing (to us).
owing to because of
debido a, a causa de
Owing to the snow, the football has been cancelled.
owing to is used to mean ’because of’: The shop is closed owing to (not due to ) the manager’s illness. due to is used to mean ’caused by’: The accident was believed to be due to his negligence.
(Definition of owe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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