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.
bond of indemnity
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nf.
depositary bond
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nf.
bid bond
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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 depósito
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n.
la fianza de licitación
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n.
la fianza de indemnización
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"fianza": examples and translations in context
Quise averiguar quién pagó su fianza. I tried to find out who put his bail up.
Quedará detenido sin fianza hasta el juicio. The defendant will be held without bail pending trial.
Sé que usted pagó al fianza de Scofiel y Burrows. I know that you bailed out Scofield and Burrows.
Gracias por pagar mi fianza, pero esto es ridículo. Thanks for bailing me out, but this is ridiculous.
Pero estamos pidiendo que considere una fianza. But we are asking that you consider a bond.
Y necesito una fianza de 10,000. Oh, and I need me a bond for 10,000.
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