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Pickup Declaration

Portuguese translation: Declaração de retirada


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04:08 Aug 28, 2001
English to Portuguese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Pickup Declaration
Contexto: Gestão e Negócios
Andreia Silva
Local time: 17:20
Portuguese translation:Declaração de retirada
ou Notificação de retirada. Veja o que se adapta melhor ao contexto.

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Silvio Picinini
United States
Local time: 09:20
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na +2Declaração de retirada
Silvio Picinini
naDeclaração de entregas
naLevantamento ou Relatório de Contas à receber ?
naRecibo de retiradaDrSantos



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Declaração de retirada

ou Notificação de retirada. Veja o que se adapta melhor ao contexto.

Boa sorte

Silvio Picinini
United States
Local time: 09:20
Native speaker of: Portuguese
PRO pts in pair: 1393

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agree  FL?zaro
3 hrs

agree  Roberto Cavalcanti
12 hrs
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2 hrs
Levantamento ou Relatório de Contas à receber ?


Espero que a definição abaixo te auxilie a encontrar a tradução do termo que procuras, depende quais são os itens que acompanham "pickup Declaration".

pickup (tudo junto)
lifting or collecting of something: the raising, gathering, collection, or removal of something to be taken somewhere else

pick up verb (separado)

1. transitive verb lift something: to take hold of and raise or remove something or somebody

2. transitive and intransitive verb gather dropped things: to collect things that have been dropped or have fallen to the ground

3. transitive verb clean a place: to clean something, usually by gathering up things that have been carelessly left where they do not belong

4. regain upright or stronger position: to stand up after falling down, or recover strength, courage, or sense of purpose after a setback She picked herself up.

5. transitive and intransitive verb take on passengers: to stop a vehicle and let a passenger or passengers in picked up a hitchhiker

6. transitive verb claim something: to collect something such as items left for repair or merchandise ordered from a store pick up a library book

7. transitive verb pay for something: to take on the responsibility for providing payment for something such as a bill

8. transitive verb buy something on impulse: to buy something in a casual or unplanned way

9. transitive verb acquire something cheaply or easily: to get or buy something easily or cheaply

10. transitive verb acquire something casually: to acquire something casually, without meaning to and without knowing it has picked up some bad habits

11. transitive verb MED catch a disease: to become infected with a disease

12. transitive verb SPORTS gain points: in competitive sports, to gain something such as points or yards

13. transitive verb notice something: to notice something or become aware of it

14. transitive verb find something: to find and follow something, such as a scent or trail pick up the scent

15. transitive verb understand something: to understand something that is communicated indirectly

16. transitive verb learn something: to learn something in a casual or unsystematic way, for example, by frequently hearing it, seeing it done, or trying to do it

17. intransitive verb become better: to improve after being ill, injured, bad, or unsuccessful (informal) He picked up quickly

18. transitive and intransitive verb accelerate: to increase in strength, speed, or intensity, or to cause something to increase Her speed picked up.

19. transitive and intransitive verb return to something again: to continue something at a later time, usually after an interruption or break, or to be continued in this way She wanted to pick up her career.

20. transitive verb find sexual partner: to make the acquaintance of a stranger, often in a public place, usually for sexual purposes (informal) picked him up in a bar

21. transitive verb arrest: to arrest somebody (informal) He was picked up on a burglary charge.

22. intransitive verb pack belongings: to pack up belongings and leave without telling anyone why (informal)

23. transitive verb receive signal: to receive something such as a radio or television signal or a radar image on a piece of equipment

United States
Local time: 12:20
PRO pts in pair: 194
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19 hrs
Recibo de retirada

É preciso mais texto para dar uma tradução melhor.
Pickup é realmente "retirar, apanhar" - pode ser um recibo que alguém passa atestando que apanhou a mercadoria.
Mas pode como fala de "DECLARATION" (que é um termo fiscal, muito oficial, pode ser também algo como "certificado de notificação" de que apanhou um documento oficial, que foi notificado

Local time: 17:20
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in pair: 193
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20 hrs
Declaração de entregas

Material retirada numa agencia de transportes é um 'pickup'

Local time: 14:20
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in pair: 8666
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