Spanish translation: ...en la denominación y cantidades requeridas/solicitadas/estipuladas por el Comprador
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...en la denominación y cantidades requeridas/solicitadas/estipuladas por el Comprador
Si pero en finanzas por ejemplo hay los repo's que son unos contratos en los cuales se venden valores por un tiempo determinado, también hay productos financieros que incluyen figuras similares con monedas, etc. Miguel tiene la respuesta. :) s.e.ú.o. ;)
Weird, as it usually means "cancelled../postponed.."
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Explanation: call (kôl)
v. called, call·ing, calls
1. To say in a loud voice; announce: called my name from across the street; calling out numbers.
2. To demand or ask for the presence of: called the children to dinner; call the police.
3. To demand or ask for a meeting of; convene or convoke: call the legislature into session.
4. To order or request to undertake a particular activity or work; summon: She was called for jury duty. He was called to the priesthood.
5. To give the command for; order: call a work stoppage.
a. To communicate or try to communicate with by telephone: called me at nine.
b. To dial (a telephone number): call 911 for help.
7. To lure (prey) by imitating the characteristic cry of an animal: call ducks.
8. To cause to come to the mind or to attention: a story that calls to mind an incident in my youth.
9. To name: What will you call the baby?
10. To consider or regard as being of a particular type or kind; characterize: Let's call the game a draw. I'd hardly call him a good manager.
11. To designate; label: Nobody calls me a liar.
a. To demand payment of: call a loan.
b. To require the presentation of (a bond) for redemption before maturity.
c. To force the sale of (a stock or commodity) by exercising a call option.
a. To stop or postpone (a game) because of bad weather, darkness, or other adverse conditions.
b. To declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee: call a runner out; call a penalty for holding.
c. To indicate a decision in regard to: calling balls and strikes; called a close play at home plate.
d. To give the orders or signals for: a quarterback who called a poor play.
a. To describe the intended outcome of (one's billiard shot) before playing.
b. To equal the bet of (the preceding bet or bettor) in a poker game.
15. To indicate or characterize accurately in advance; predict: It is often difficult to call the outcome of an election. See Synonyms at predict.
16. To challenge the truthfulness or genuineness of: called the debater on a question of fact.
17. To shout directions in rhythm for (a square dance).
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1. To cancel or postpone: call off a trip; called the trip off.
2. To restrain or recall: Call off your dogs.
I think it must be an error in the original English.
liz askew United Kingdom Local time: 22:23 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 20