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English translation: invoiced

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19:09 Sep 29, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Spanish term or phrase: facturado
Context:

Si el volumen facturado es mas de 2500 cajas, el 8 por ciento se aplica a todas las empresas.

Does 'facturado' mean invoiced or 'turned-over'?

thank you,

RT
RT
English translation:invoiced
Explanation:
factura=invoice
facturar=to invoice
facturado=invoiced

I hope this helps.
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Frank Johnson
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Local time: 08:32
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Thanks so much for the suggestion.

Roberto
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Summary of answers provided
naturnoverxxxPaul Roige
nasold, invoiced, billed
Andrew Clarke
nabilled OR invoicedxxxLia Fail
nainvoicedGeisha (Angie) Hayes
nabillededaniel
nainvoiced
Frank Johnson


  

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8 mins
invoiced


Explanation:
factura=invoice
facturar=to invoice
facturado=invoiced

I hope this helps.


    Collin's Business Spanish Dictionary
Frank Johnson
United States
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Thanks so much for the suggestion.

Roberto
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23 mins
billed


Explanation:
facturado comes from factura
factura translation is bill,invoice,ticket.
factura is similar to boleta, which may also be translated as bill.
billed is most commonly used.

edaniel
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1 hr
invoiced


Explanation:
Invoiced and billed are both correct. People get bills and companies or business get invoices. Just a hint someone gave me once.

Good Luck, I hope it helps.

Geisha (Angie) Hayes
PRO pts in pair: 31

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Gloria Nichols
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7 hrs
billed OR invoiced


Explanation:
There is an important difference


Turnover is an internal company view i.e form the sales dept point of view, whereas invoiced amount is more a financial managers vision, and possibly the tax authorities.

xxxLia Fail
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8 hrs
turnover


Explanation:
you may try this one for the entire "volumen facturado"... :)


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xxxPaul Roige
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in CatalanCatalan
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10 hrs
sold, invoiced, billed


Explanation:
"facturado" can mean "yearly turnover"; eg. este año hemos factrado tres millones de dólares"; this year our turnover was 3 million dollars.

Here however it refers to part of the total amount sold in a year and not the whole year's sales.

Generally this is not referred to as "turnover" but amount invoiced and therefore sold.

Andrew Clarke
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