12:59 Nov 18, 2008
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French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / bank statement
French term or phrase: CDT
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CDT – Correction de frais
Jana Cole
Local time: 00:03

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1cash disbursement total



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cash disbursement total

My guesses are getting wilder. Again, this combination of words googles.

But unless someone more inspirational/knowledgable than myself comes along, I suspect you'd be best off leaving these as they are in any case.

Local time: 09:03
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neutral  juliebarba: I'd have thought it's "corrected" (ie paid back) bank fees myself, but who can say.....
46 mins
  -> I was wondering if the "trigrammes" were general headings, and what follows the detail, e.g. "DEP (for "deposit"): dollar cheque" or "DEP: CHF cash". But it does look as if I'm wrong.
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