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English to Chinese translations [PRO]
Business/Commerce (general) / finance
English term or phrase: Adjusted EBITDA
Adjusted EBITDA is defined as EBITDA further adjusted for unusual items and other pro forma adjustments permitted in calculating covenant compliance in the credit agreement governing our credit facilities and the indentures governing the notes to test the permissibility of certain types of transactions.
调整后EBITDA定义为对非正常事项的进一步调整,和符合管理我们信用工具的信用协议计算条款、及管理票据测试是否允许某些类型的交易的 其他备考调整。

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5 +3调整后 EBITDA
William Wu
Duobing Chen

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adjusted ebitda

调整后 EBITDA 这样翻就可以了,第一次出现时,后面可以用汉语加注,另外items 指会计科目,建议不要翻译成事项。

William Wu
Local time: 13:51
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agree  AZ-Loc
15 mins

agree  Angus Woo: http://baike.baidu.com/view/429167.htm 這個簡寫是財務報表上經常有的, 但應翻譯中文
38 mins

agree  LoyalTrans
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adjusted ebitda


Duobing Chen
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