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A AMORTIR

English translation: "to be amortized" (or maybe "to pay off")

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23:34 Feb 11, 2001
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
French term or phrase: A AMORTIR
TAXE IML A AMORTIR
CBG
English translation:"to be amortized" (or maybe "to pay off")
Explanation:
"Tax to pay off"
or preferably:
"Tax to be amortized", which means to be paid it off gradually.

It doesn't mean it is unamortized, but that either there are some payments remaining to pay it off, or else that arrangements need to be made so as to pay the money owed gragually rather than all at once.
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na"to be amortized" (or maybe "to pay off")Louise Atfield
naunamortised,unamortized real estate taxAlbert Golub


  

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1 hr
unamortised,unamortized real estate tax


Explanation:
eurodicautom donne aussi to amortize, to write off, sinking pour "a amortir"
le 1er convient mieux selon moi
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Albert Golub
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10 hrs
"to be amortized" (or maybe "to pay off")


Explanation:
"Tax to pay off"
or preferably:
"Tax to be amortized", which means to be paid it off gradually.

It doesn't mean it is unamortized, but that either there are some payments remaining to pay it off, or else that arrangements need to be made so as to pay the money owed gragually rather than all at once.

Louise Atfield
PRO pts in pair: 300
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