Notation \'キ\'

English translation: 既に

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18:37 Jun 29, 2018
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / Account records
Japanese term or phrase: Notation \'キ\'
Good afternoon. In the 'Settlement date'(勘定日)column of an 'Ordinary deposit ledger'(普通預金元帳), next to various (but not all) of the dates entered, I keep finding the notation 'キ' (as in 29 [or 2017]/11/15 キ). It doesn't seem to have anything to do with payment through an ATM (as in 支払機), since many of the dates in the Settlement date column refer to ATM payment in a corresponding column, but do not carry the notation ’キ.'
Any help appreciated.
Nicholasl
Canada
Local time: 14:14
English translation:既に
Explanation:
The phrase "sude ni" for already taken care of is "ki" before words like 既成、既存。Complete guess.
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Alex Clemmens
Japan
Local time: 03:14
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Yes, that's probably the most logical assumption. Thanks.
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既に


Explanation:
The phrase "sude ni" for already taken care of is "ki" before words like 既成、既存。Complete guess.

Alex Clemmens
Japan
Local time: 03:14
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Yes, that's probably the most logical assumption. Thanks.
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