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English translation: ... below (under, or beneath) the interest rates

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08:31 May 24, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: calce
...asociados al calce de tasas de interes.
Thanks for any help.
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English translation:... below (under, or beneath) the interest rates
Explanation:
I believe that in this case, al calce refers to the physical position on a page.
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Magdalena Smoot
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Thanks to averyone who repllied.
It is a difficult question and I am still not sure.
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Summary of answers provided
na... below (under, or beneath) the interest ratesMagdalena Smoot
naat the bottom of the interest ratesRaúl Valenzuela
napeg ?Phillip Berryman
nacould it be "at the end"wendy griswold
nacould it be "at the end"wendy griswold


  

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1 hr
could it be "at the end"


Explanation:
Perhaps at the end or bottom of a document showing interest rates? A little more context would help.

wendy griswold
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1 hr
could it be "at the end"


Explanation:
Perhaps at the end or bottom of a document showing interest rates? A little more context would help.

wendy griswold
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2 hrs
peg ?


Explanation:
Physically it means "wedge" such as a chock placed at a wheel to keep a wagon from moving. If it is something holding interests rates in place, it might be something like a peg. In some documents "calce" means foot of the page, but that doesn't sound like the meaning here.

Phillip Berryman
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5 hrs
at the bottom of the interest rates


Explanation:
However, more context would be helpful. Hope it helps. Good luck

Raúl Valenzuela
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1 day 42 mins
... below (under, or beneath) the interest rates


Explanation:
I believe that in this case, al calce refers to the physical position on a page.

Magdalena Smoot
PRO pts in pair: 10
Grading comment
Thanks to averyone who repllied.
It is a difficult question and I am still not sure.
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