per Euro/000 42.144

English translation: of EUR 42,144,000

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Italian term or phrase:per Euro/000 42.144
English translation:of EUR 42,144,000
Entered by: Amy Christie
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19:50 Oct 31, 2005
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Italian term or phrase: per Euro/000 42.144
Just double checking: when a text uses 'per' eg ...dopo aver effetuato ammortamenti e svalutazioni per Euro/000 41.006' does this mean 'depreciation of Euro/000 41.006'?
Thank you.
Amy Christie
United Kingdom
Local time: 15:32
of EUR 42,144,000
Explanation:
Yes, although this is how it is usually expressed in English in this kind of context. Even if you keep the Euro/000 form, remember that where there is a full-stop in Italian, you need a comma in the English. This also applies to decimals, i.e. 0,025 = 0.025 in English. Also, as a last note, it is 'amortization and depreciation' (amortization usually concerning intangibles and depreciation for tangibles).
Good luck!
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HelenG
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Local time: 15:32
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Thanks again Helen!
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of EUR 42,144,000


Explanation:
Yes, although this is how it is usually expressed in English in this kind of context. Even if you keep the Euro/000 form, remember that where there is a full-stop in Italian, you need a comma in the English. This also applies to decimals, i.e. 0,025 = 0.025 in English. Also, as a last note, it is 'amortization and depreciation' (amortization usually concerning intangibles and depreciation for tangibles).
Good luck!

HelenG
United Kingdom
Local time: 15:32
Native speaker of: English
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Thanks again Helen!

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