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prestito a breve contratto (urgentino)

English translation: short-term loan taken out

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Italian term or phrase:prestito a breve contratto (urgentino)
English translation:short-term loan taken out
Entered by: Caterina Passari
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07:21 Feb 16, 2007
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Marketing - Economics
Italian term or phrase: prestito a breve contratto (urgentino)
Buongiorno,colleghe/i! Si tratta di una descrizione di "costi finanziari". Questo il periodo:"Costi finanziari insorgono quando il completamento di un progetto viene ritardato e il committente subisce danni come interessi addizionali durante il periodo di ritardo o di interessi più alti pagati per un *prestito a breve contratto* in fase di costruzione" Grazie!:)
Caterina Passari
Italy
Local time: 22:17
short-term loan taken out
Explanation:
Buongiorno Caterina,
I think "contratto" here is the past parteciple of "contrarre", and hence the phrase should be translated "a short-term loan taken out during construction".
HTH,
Michael

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Note added at 56 mins (2007-02-16 08:18:16 GMT)
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You're welcome, hope I was helpful. Best,
Michael
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Michael Pawlik
Italy
Local time: 22:17
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Grazie 1000 del preziosissimo aiuto!:) See you soon;) Have a nice day!!
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short-term loan taken out


Explanation:
Buongiorno Caterina,
I think "contratto" here is the past parteciple of "contrarre", and hence the phrase should be translated "a short-term loan taken out during construction".
HTH,
Michael

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Note added at 56 mins (2007-02-16 08:18:16 GMT)
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You're welcome, hope I was helpful. Best,
Michael

Michael Pawlik
Italy
Local time: 22:17
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Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 8
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Grazie 1000 del preziosissimo aiuto!:) See you soon;) Have a nice day!!
Notes to answerer
Asker: Sì, Michael, comunque, nella bozza della mia traduzione, avevo reso "short-term loan",trascurando, in effetti, contratto, perlomeno nell'accezione di participio passato. Che, in effetti, ha senso! Ti ringrazio


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  James (Jim) Davis: Contrarre un prestito, Michael is senza altro right if you'll excuse my patois
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agree  Peter Cox
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agree  Alessandro Zocchi
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