fiador translation | Spanish-English dictionary



, a  
a       sm/f     (Jur)   (=persona)   guarantor, bondsman   (EEUU)     
salir fiador por algn      to stand security for sb     (Jur)   to stand bail for sb  
b       sm  
1      (Mec)   catch  
[+de revólver]  
safety catch, safety   (EEUU)     
[+de cerradura]  
[+de ventana]  
bolt, catch
2    anticuado, *   (=trasero)   bottom, backside, butt   (esp EEUU)   *  
3      (Andes, Cono Sur)   [+de perro]   muzzle  
[+de casco]  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

fiado, fijador, filmador, fiar

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
to stand security for sb
to stand bail for sb
'fiador' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
el fiador
ser fiador
ser fiador de algn
salir fiador de algn
responder por {or} salir como fiador de algn
1) la fianza, 2) el fiador
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"fiador": examples and translations in context
El reclamante pide una indemnización por las cantidades que reembolsó al fiador. The claimant seeks compensation for the amounts it repaid to the guarantor.
Serás el fiador... ...hasta que Jasper liquide la suma. You'll be guarantor until such time as Jasper has discharged the amount.
Iremos a un fiador, para eso están. We'll go to a bail bondsman, that's what they're there for.
- Se lo pediremos a un fiador. - We'll just go to a bail bondsman.
Soy el... exacto, su fiador de fianzas. This is Reggie's... That's right, his bail bondsman.
Cathy y Maggie han salido a buscar a un fiador. Cathy and Maggie have been out trying to find a bondsman.
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