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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Credit|
|This is for the U.S.A.|
If you have a credit on your bill, please list the amount of the credit:$
Which means if you paid too much last month this month you have a credit.
How would you translate that?
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|I knew credito doesn't mean the same thing in spanish as credit but I didn't know what the correct translation was.|
You gave me the answer I was looking for!
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