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solvente

  
a       adj  
1      (Fin)   solvent, free of debt
2    (=fiable)  
[persona]  
reliable, trustworthy  
[fuente]  
reliable
3    (=decente)   respectable, worthy
4    (=hábil)   able
b       sm     (Quím)   solvent
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
adj.
solvent
[BIZ]
nm.
solvent
[BIZ]
adv.
according to reliable sources
adv.
according to reliable sources
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'solvente' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
solvente
adj.
solvente
[BIZ]
n.
el solvente
[BIZ]
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"solvente": examples and translations in context
Es un solvente industrial que tiene efectos secundarios interesantes. It's an industrial-strength solvent that has a very interesting side effect.
Tenemos el mercado interno más solvente del mundo. We have the most solvent internal market in the world.
Alemania, como el país mayor y más solvente que es, ocupa una posición dominante. As the largest and most creditworthy country, Germany occupies a dominant position.
El Gobierno siempre reconocería y cumpliría sus obligaciones financieras internacionales y creía que Palau sería una nación altamente solvente. The Government of Palau would always recognize and honour its international financial obligations; it believed that Palau would be a highly creditworthy nation.
Sería un nombre bello para un solvente industrial. That's a really pretty name for an industrial solvent.
Si todos esperan que Italia sea solvente, le prestarán a tasas de interés bajas. If everybody expects Italy to be solvent, they will lend to Italy at a low interest rate.
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