Translation of coupon in Spanish:

coupon

vale, n.

Pronunciation /ˈk(j)uˌpɑn//ˈkuːpɒn/

noun

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    • 1.1(voucher)

      (for discount) vale masculine
      (in rationing) cupón de racionamiento masculine
      • Catching a red fish is rewarded with a discount coupon, which is great sport for the kids.
      • Visitors will get a chance to win discount coupons by participating in musical activities and spot contests.
      • Taking ration coupons for gas and food down at the general store seemed like the most natural thing in the world.
      • In order to be able to join in, they were required to contribute some precious ration coupons and a tablespoon of sugar.
      • Each booklet includes coupons that entitle the holder to copies of the newspaper for 10p or for 50p.
      • If I remember, rationing was still on, so we all pooled our coupons and sorted the food.
      • One of our group is related to the owners of the place, but forgot to bring the discount coupons.
      • Besides the trophy, the winning team walked away with attractive goodies, gift and discount coupons sponsored by various organisations.
      • The lesson in all this: Beware those $20 discount coupons and free flights.
      • Commercials aired on the network would come equipped with their own technology for linking viewers to coupons or brochures for products.
      • The 80 page Health and Beauty guide, which covers great hints and tips on all subjects, also includes over 500 baht of discount coupons.
      • The colony staff get ration coupons for 1 kg of meat, 250 g of butter and 100 g of margarine.
      • For the food and clothes rationing everyone had a coupon book - 6 ounces of butter per person per week, 6 ounces of sugar, 2 ounces of tea and a limited ration of meat.
      • We were given ration coupons and I just offloaded what I had.
      • There they were given an outfit of clothes, a ration book, clothing coupons, pocket money, an English dictionary of simple phrases and what was most important to them - an identity card.
      • Petrol, clothing, meat, sugar and other foods were rationed by coupons.
      • Despite being a time of rations and coupons, people made me feel welcome and were very friendly.
      • One of my earliest memories is of counting ration coupons with my father.
      • The only way to ensure fairness would be to issue ration coupons which would provide nostalgic reminiscences for many pensioners.
      • When I just checked out the site I got a pop up window offering me a free book of money off coupons for their products.
      • Family and friends clubbed together and donated coupons for food and ingredients.
      • To encourage children into this habit, there are special discount coupons for students in schools.
      • Despite ‘customer appreciation days,’ savings cards and a seemingly endless supply of discount coupons, the cost of food remains surprisingly high.
      • Prices rose fast from the spring of 1916 despite massive imports; partial rationing was introduced, followed by food coupons in June 1918.
      • Middle-to-high-end fashion retailers are offering discount coupons, or free bags or accessories, in addition to half price promotional sales.
      • Priced Rs 50 more than the regular prepaid card, it comes with a funky phone pouch besides discount coupons.
      • Buying food depended more on ration coupons and bottles of vodka than rubles.
      • Most foods were rationed and what you could buy, even with ration coupons, was not much - about one egg a week per person, for example, almost no meat at all, very little fish.
      • Food was also in short supply but relatives saved their ration coupons to provide a comparatively lavish reception, complete with a two-tier cake.
      • The Japanese government tried a wide range of approaches to revitalize the economy, including consumer discount coupons to encourage spending.
      • Grocery chains, for example, have a welter of special needs, such as deductions for promotions, fees to guarantee the best placement of products on shelves and coupons.
      • The boys he was living with sold ration coupons, so food was always available.
      • More businesses put in their discount coupons in the programme itself.
      • The current rates are $5 per day, $28 per week and a reduced fee if the customer uses available discount coupons.
      • Consumers could also get up to US $25 in benefits like calling cards, free air time or discount coupons for phone accessories from the settlement.
      • Mum rushed around borrowing clothing coupons and ration books.
      • If you joined at your favorite event this year, you can use your discount coupons when you come back next year or at any other race on the tour.
      • Outside on the pavement, a man is buying ration coupons for sugar, rice and oil from people unwilling to queue for hours.
      • The five-year ordinary registered bonds have an annual coupon of 6.125 per cent.
      • The ration books would have coupons, a certain number for each week.

    • 1.2(form)

      (in advertisement) cupón masculine
      (for competition) boleto masculine
      • We are backing the appeal, and we include a coupon in the newspaper so readers can send donations or pledge their support.
      • If you are hit by the change in delivery times, complete our coupon and send it in.
      • All our campaign coupons will be sent to the national consultation team - but time is running out if you want to join our fight.
      • In magazines or newspapers, coupons may be a part of an advert, as we see in Advert 12.3.
      • Because it's too hard to read in my scan, I note that the return address for the coupon is in Kent, England.
      • Just fill in the coupon above and send it off with a £5 donation.
      • This week, all the coupons will be sent to the government, and the council will also be sending its detailed response to Westminster's consultation document on fireworks.
      • They have completed and returned our campaign coupons.
      • My mother went over and spoke to him and he came and shook my hand and said he would definitely be sending in a coupon in support of the campaign.
      • Already, more than 100 people have registered their support for the campaign by sending in the attached coupon, below, or by contacting us directly.
      • To add your support send in the coupon today or call us for a pack of petitions.
      • More than two thirds of our entries came from people filling in the coupon in the newspaper.
      • We hope readers everywhere - not just in the areas affected - will sign and send the petition coupons back to us.
      • Prospective customers would be invited to return a coupon or telephone for further information about the offer.
      • To enter, owners should simply clip and fill in the coupon and return it to us with a photograph.
      • To nominate your favourite pub, write us a postcard or fill in the coupon and send it in.

  • 2

    Finance
    cupón masculine
    • So you either pay the extra amount out in coupon over time, or you pay it now and lower your coupon payments going forward.
    • In contrast, the regular Treasury bond will pay its coupon rate, which is about 4.4% for a 10-year note.
    • This increase in the nominal debt level will be offset by reduced debt service payments for some years ahead due to the lower interest coupons on the new bonds.
    • The issue had a three-year maturity and carried an annual coupon rate of 4.44 per cent.
    • Most of the potential total return will come from coupon income.
    • When you invest in a bond, you are essentially lending money to a company or government for a fixed rate of interest, known as the coupon.
    • The legends show the real coupon of the respective bonds, followed by the date of maturity.
    • It is the coupon that will be detached and referred to, and that is where you want your claim.
    • Because of the convertible option, the coupon and yield on the bond will usually be lower than the interest rate on a bond of similar maturity that is not convertible: but not always.
    • This is because the fixed coupon on the bond is paid on the par amount of the bond.
    • The principal was secured with 30-year US treasury bonds with zero coupons.
    • The bonds for $175 million were issued at a face value of $100 with a coupon rate of 2.5 per cent per annum payable every six months.
    • Bond certificates used to have paper interest coupons attached.
    • The price they fetch varies depending on how attractive their coupon looks compared with prevailing interest rates.
    • That makes it more valuable than the face value of £1, 000, only a little bit more valuable because there are only two more coupon payments to come, but more valuable all the same.
    • Convertible bonds are cheaper for the company to sell than traditional debt because investors accept lower coupons in return for the option to switch into stocks.
    • The redemption rate for coupons can be expected to run between 2 and 5 per cent.
    • That would make coupon rates around 2 to 4 per cent, based on the recent yields of the securitised notes.
    • Besides the modest income banks will receive in coupon payments on the bonds, banks have no other source of cash flow.
    • In terms of [annual] total return, you're looking at 4% - your coupon, and maybe a teeny bit more.
    • The current yield is the portion generated by coupon payments, which are usually paid twice a year, and, it accounts for most of the yield generated by corporate bonds.
    • The bonds guarantee two coupon payments every six months and the annual interest is 4.75 per cent.