fianza translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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fianza

  
      sf  
1      (Jur)   bail  
bajo fianza      on bail  
  fianza carcelera   bail
2      (Com)   (=anticipo)   deposit  
(=garantía)  
surety, security, bond  
  fianza de aduana   customs bond  
  fianza de averías   average bond
3    (=persona)   surety, guarantor
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
fianza nf.
1) bail (f), 2) deposit (f)
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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nf.
blue chip security
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nf.
bank guarantee
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exp.
on bail
nf.
depositary bond
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nf.
bid bond
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nf.
bond of indemnity
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vt.
bond
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'fianza' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
fianza
n.
la fianza
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n.
la fianza
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n.
la fianza
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n.
la fianza
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n.
la fianza fiable
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n.
la fianza fiable
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n.
la fianza de licitación
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n.
la fianza de indemnización
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n.
la fianza de depósito
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"fianza": examples and translations in context
Quedará detenido sin fianza hasta el juicio. The defendant will be held without bail pending trial.
Quise averiguar quién pagó su fianza. I tried to find out who put his bail up.
Aún estaría en la cárcel si no hubiera pagado su fianza. He would have spent the whole night in jail if I had not bailed him out.
Tu marido ha venido a pagar la fianza. Your husband's here to bail you out.
Y necesito una fianza de 10,000. Oh, and I need me a bond for 10,000.
Pero estamos pidiendo que considere una fianza. But we are asking that you consider a bond.
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