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12:21 Mar 21, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
Spanish term or phrase: primas directas y primas retenidas
Es un documento sobre seguros, y hablan sobre primas directas y primas retenidas.
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nadirectly paid and deducted premiumsMyriam Coppieters-Jarsky
naDirect premium and self retained premiumJenette Holyoak
nadirect and withheld premiumswendy griswold


  

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10 mins
direct and withheld premiums


Explanation:
Sounds like premiums that are paid directly versus premiums that are withheld from - what, salary?
Does this make sense in your context?

wendy griswold
Local time: 19:35
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 64

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12 hrs
Direct premium and self retained premium


Explanation:
Direct premiums and self retained premiums is what I would use.
Good luck
J.


    Multilingual Insurance Dictionary
Jenette Holyoak
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Native speaker of: English
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4 days
directly paid and deducted premiums


Explanation:
Premiums can be paid directly by the assured or deducted from his/her pay. Does this make sense in the context?


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Myriam Coppieters-Jarsky
Local time: 19:35
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