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deba ser adecuado en una cuenta

English translation: Yes, the general idea is "deposited into an account", however the translation says:

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14:12 Oct 13, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: deba ser adecuado en una cuenta
...cuando se haya establecido que el importe de la contraprestación de los seguros de vida y complementarios deba ser adecuado en una cuenta abierta a nombre del cliente en una entidad de crédito sujeta a la obligación enunciada en el artículo 3.
Does it mean "deposited into an account?
(it's from Spain)
Lydia Brady
Local time: 03:05
English translation:Yes, the general idea is "deposited into an account", however the translation says:
Explanation:
"...when it has been established that the receipt of the premium payment of the life insurance and complimentaries should rest adequately in an open account in the name of the client, in a banking entity subject to the obligations explained in Article 3."

It is a verbose way of saying that something else happens when the money has been deposited into an account....

Regards.
Luis Luis
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Luis Luis
United States
Local time: 20:05
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Thanks. The Spanish sure is VERBOSE!
Lydia
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Summary of answers provided
naYes, the general idea is "deposited into an account", however the translation says:
Luis Luis
nadeposited into an account
Gloria Nichols
naadjusted, accommodated, adapted.
Parrot


  

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49 mins
adjusted, accommodated, adapted.


Explanation:
all these are the synonyms given by Alcarz Varó in his commercial dictionary.

Parrot
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1 hr
deposited into an account


Explanation:
I think you're right. Simple answers are sometimes best.


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Gloria Nichols
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4 hrs
Yes, the general idea is "deposited into an account", however the translation says:


Explanation:
"...when it has been established that the receipt of the premium payment of the life insurance and complimentaries should rest adequately in an open account in the name of the client, in a banking entity subject to the obligations explained in Article 3."

It is a verbose way of saying that something else happens when the money has been deposited into an account....

Regards.
Luis Luis

Luis Luis
United States
Local time: 20:05
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in pair: 171
Grading comment
Thanks. The Spanish sure is VERBOSE!
Lydia
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