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Tagalog translation: nakasalalay

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10:39 Jul 13, 2002
English to Tagalog translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: contingent
is the price fixed, contingent or payment over time (installment)
Mary Jane Codilla
Philippines
Local time: 06:19
Tagalog translation:nakasalalay
Explanation:
contingent price = presyong nakasalalay (sa ibang mga kadahilanan)

Based on your question above, it appears that the adjective "contingent" is a modifier of price ("a contingent price") rather than payment.

Please let me know if I'm wrong and if whether you seek the equivalent of "contingent payment" instead, which I believe is altogether a separate, more formal term in finance.

As I understand it, Contingency is the state of reliance or dependence on often extrinsic factors or conditions which may or may not vary over time but will determine the state or value of another parameter or behavior (or set of such).

Your entire phrase may be translated as such:

"...ang presyo ba ay nakatakda, nakasalalay o babayaran sa loob ng panahon (hulugan)..."

Sometimes "contingent" may also be interpreted as "nakadepende" on account of the synonym "dependent", but this is IMO a rather awkward approach.

Hope this helps!
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Jake Estrada FCIL CL
Philippines
Local time: 06:19
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nakasalalay


Explanation:
contingent price = presyong nakasalalay (sa ibang mga kadahilanan)

Based on your question above, it appears that the adjective "contingent" is a modifier of price ("a contingent price") rather than payment.

Please let me know if I'm wrong and if whether you seek the equivalent of "contingent payment" instead, which I believe is altogether a separate, more formal term in finance.

As I understand it, Contingency is the state of reliance or dependence on often extrinsic factors or conditions which may or may not vary over time but will determine the state or value of another parameter or behavior (or set of such).

Your entire phrase may be translated as such:

"...ang presyo ba ay nakatakda, nakasalalay o babayaran sa loob ng panahon (hulugan)..."

Sometimes "contingent" may also be interpreted as "nakadepende" on account of the synonym "dependent", but this is IMO a rather awkward approach.

Hope this helps!

Jake Estrada FCIL CL
Philippines
Local time: 06:19
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in TagalogTagalog
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