# numeri debitori/creditori

## English translation: see explanation

 10:36 Nov 29, 2006
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / Statement of account
 Italian term or phrase: numeri debitori/creditori They are the numbers used to calculate debit/credit interests
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 English translation:see explanation Explanation:As Ivana stated, the text is too bare boned to offer an accurate translation. These are a couple of situations and their respective possible translation. if it's a bank statement, then the terms would be total deposits (+ sign) and withdrawls (- signs) for transactions made on the actual bank account. If you are talking instead about a company balance/reporting/account reconciliation sheet, it would be "Account receivable (A/R) interest" (items for which payment has been or will be received) or "Account payable (A/P) interest" (items for which the company needs to pay or did pay for) Generally speaking, credits (+ sign) and debits (-sign) would be the terms I would use
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Rosanna Palermo
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3see explanation
 Rosanna Palermo
1credit interest rate
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credit interest rate

Explanation:
just a guess

 LozLozNative speaker of: Italian, English
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1 day 2 hrs   confidence:
see explanation

Explanation:
As Ivana stated, the text is too bare boned to offer an accurate translation. These are a couple of situations and their respective possible translation.

if it's a bank statement, then the terms would be total
deposits (+ sign) and withdrawls (- signs) for transactions made on the actual bank account.

If you are talking instead about a company balance/reporting/account reconciliation sheet, it would be "Account receivable (A/R) interest" (items for which payment has been or will be received) or "Account payable (A/P) interest" (items for which the company needs to pay or did pay for)

Generally speaking, credits (+ sign) and debits (-sign) would be the terms I would use

 Rosanna PalermoLocal time: 23:58Specializes in fieldNative speaker of: Italian, EnglishPRO pts in category: 159
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