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15:52 Oct 18, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial
Italian term or phrase:provviggioni passive
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Sorry to be asking so much, just no so used to Italian (but need the practice!) Bear.
Explanation: "Passive" means "payable, due, owed" but does not necessarily mean that the fee has been paid. I would avoid using "paid" because it means that the amount is no longer outstanding.
FYI: "attivo/passivo" is very common in Italian business lingo and means "receivable/payable" (as in accounts receivable, payable interest, etc.)
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