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English translation: paid over

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16:46 Apr 5, 2008
Chinese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial - Real Estate
Chinese term or phrase: 供完
does this mean paid off, or something similar?
Ben
English translation:paid over
Explanation:
in China, if you buy a building and have no enough money, you should debt from the bank and pay the prepaid money, then pay your debt to the bank which pays the builder beforehand, the payment term can be 20 yrs or 30, and those who buy the house with the money of the banks are called "house slaves". when they pay over their debts, they are liberated and get free.
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Duobing Chen
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paid over


Explanation:
in China, if you buy a building and have no enough money, you should debt from the bank and pay the prepaid money, then pay your debt to the bank which pays the builder beforehand, the payment term can be 20 yrs or 30, and those who buy the house with the money of the banks are called "house slaves". when they pay over their debts, they are liberated and get free.


Duobing Chen
China
Local time: 18:27
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