lock down

Portuguese translation: garantiu/conquistou

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English term or phrase:lock down
Portuguese translation:garantiu/conquistou
Entered by: Andre Damasceno
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10:13 Apr 11, 2018
English to Portuguese translations [PRO]
Marketing - Finance (general)
English term or phrase: lock down
"Company name" has locked down a major tenant and $3 billion in construction financing for its new undertaking.

My first idea is having the term translated as "destinou", but I'm not 100% sure and would like to hear other opinions.
Andre Damasceno
Brazil
Local time: 06:00
garantiu/conquistou
Explanation:
garantiu/conquistou um locatário e 3 bilhões etc. etc., ao que me parece.
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Eduardo Gomes
Brazil
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garantiu/conquistou


Explanation:
garantiu/conquistou um locatário e 3 bilhões etc. etc., ao que me parece.

Eduardo Gomes
Brazil
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