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English translation: charter fee, charter, transportation fee/charges

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Catalan term or phrase:flet
English translation:charter fee, charter, transportation fee/charges
Entered by: Lavinia Pirlog
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12:40 Jul 7, 2003
Catalan to English translations [Non-PRO]
Medical / serveis funeraris
Catalan term or phrase: flet
Contratació

Serveis Funeraris de Barcelona

Arpillera per avió adult: 87,45 euros
Llençol: 28,30 euros
Avió/Flets/Tramitació: 2.031,00 euros

Gràcies,

Tweety
Lavinia Pirlog
Romania
Local time: 00:31
charter fee, charter, transportation fee/charges
Explanation:
I am pretty sure this is the same as 'flete' in Spanish. So, I'd probably say 'charter fee' in this context if they are chartering the plane or 'transportation fee/charges' if not.

HTH

Sheila


flete m

1 (Transp)

a (contratación — de un barco, avión) charter; (— de un autobús, camión) hire

b (precio de contratación — de un barco, avión) charter fee; (— de un autobús, camión) hire charge, rental charge (AmE)

2 (de mercancías) (AmL)

a (transporte, envío) transportation, transport, carriage (frml)

b (precio del transporte) freightage, freight, transportation charges (pl), carriage (frml)


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charter fee, charter, transportation fee/charges


Explanation:
I am pretty sure this is the same as 'flete' in Spanish. So, I'd probably say 'charter fee' in this context if they are chartering the plane or 'transportation fee/charges' if not.

HTH

Sheila


flete m

1 (Transp)

a (contratación — de un barco, avión) charter; (— de un autobús, camión) hire

b (precio de contratación — de un barco, avión) charter fee; (— de un autobús, camión) hire charge, rental charge (AmE)

2 (de mercancías) (AmL)

a (transporte, envío) transportation, transport, carriage (frml)

b (precio del transporte) freightage, freight, transportation charges (pl), carriage (frml)


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Sheila Hardie
Spain
Local time: 23:31
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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