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English translation: installment

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20:15 Jun 7, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
Spanish term or phrase: cuota
Context: in a credit card data system, the definition of "% minimo capital primera cuota". It's not clear from the context if this has something to do with membership fees, but this is possible.

la relación mínima a cubrir en el pago mínimo de la primera cuota de una transacción de consumo
Rgaspari
United States
Local time: 19:35
English translation:installment
Explanation:
In this case, "la primera cuota" has nothing to do with membership fees. It refers to the minimum payment for the first installment indicated as a percentage.
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Jesús Paredes
Local time: 23:35
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Summary of answers provided
nainstallment
Elinor Thomas
napaymentxxxLia Fail
naMy proposed answer is:
Luz Bordenkircher
nainstallment
Elinor Thomas
nacuota = "quota" or "payment"
Baruch Avidar
nainstallmentlaBern
nainstallmentJesús Paredes
naFeeRaúl Valenzuela


  

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8 mins
Fee


Explanation:
I think you're safe using this term, regardless of the context

Source: Dictionary of Banking Terms

Raúl Valenzuela
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13 mins
installment


Explanation:
me parece que también podría ser, por la transacción de consumo, digo.

laBern
Argentina
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25 mins
installment


Explanation:
In this case, "la primera cuota" has nothing to do with membership fees. It refers to the minimum payment for the first installment indicated as a percentage.

Jesús Paredes
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39 mins
cuota = "quota" or "payment"


Explanation:
" first quota (first payment), minimal % of the capital (original amount)"

Baruch Avidar
Israel
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55 mins
installment


Explanation:
it refers to a minimum monthly payment

Elinor Thomas
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56 mins
installment


Explanation:
it refers to a minimum monthly payment

Elinor Thomas
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8 hrs
payment


Explanation:
if it's regular, then 'first payment'
it sounds like it's what one has to pay minimum in terms of just capital, excliding interest, each month for one's credit card

xxxLia Fail
Spain
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9 hrs
My proposed answer is:


Explanation:
Installment, because it refers to the monthly payment.

Credit cards are also assigned "cuotas" or otherwise the total amount that the credit card holder can spend and for which he can defer his payments by paying monthly "installments".

I hope this explanation helps you

Luz Bordenkircher
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