Translation of debt in Spanish:

debt

endeudamiento, n.

Pronunciation /dɛt//dɛt/

noun

  • 1

    (indebtedness)
    endeudamiento masculine
    I'm $200 in debt tengo deudas por 200 dólares
    • I'm hopelessly in debt estoy agobiado de deudas
    • I'm in debt to my father for $2,000 le debo 2.000 dólares a mi padre
    • to be in sb's debt/ in debt to sb estar en deuda con algn
    • this nation is forever in their debt/ in debt to them esta nación les estará siempre en deuda / estará siempre en deuda con ellos
    • to get / run into debt endeudarse
    • to get/be out of debt salir de/no tener deudas
    • He took the cash when he was in debt to the tune of several thousand pounds.
    • How can you repay such a debt to a friend who tells you about a writer like Roth?
    • He spoke of the debt we owe to the nation's founders and to the documents they left us.
    • All owe her a huge debt of gratitude for her many years of dedicated service to the Church.
    • I owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to those past winners who have truly inspired me.
    • He feels he owes a particular debt to Prowse, who first encouraged him to direct 11 years ago.
    • I do owe him a debt, as it was reading his blog that first got me hooked.
    • Yet he is always careful to acknowledge the debt he owes the series for boosting his public profile.
    • Politicians there are concerned the burden is too great for a country already in debt.
    • In his late 20's, he's a sharp dresser, big smoker, has a mortgage and is up to his eyes in debt.
    • Harder to swallow but even more fundamental is the debt to society owed by the individual.
    • Her writing life began at eight with a story that owed a heavy debt to Black Beauty.
    • A travel policy is vital to ensure sickness or an accident don't leave you badly in debt when you come home.
    • It may be the season to be jolly, but most of us are just up to our eyes in debt, run off our feet and completely partied out.
    • The point is that horror fiction, especially gothic horror fiction seems to owe a debt to St Augustine.
    • I owe a debt of thanks to Si for pointing out the deficiencies in my spelling.
    • The club are #30m in debt, partly due to the antics of last season's management team.
    • Our students in Canada don't need to be coming to college and coming out in debt.
    • Council chairman Alex Carder said the volunteers were owed a debt of gratitude by the rest of the community.
    • I have never really been in debt and I would never buy anything I couldn't afford.
    • It warns that we are getting deeper in debt and that a house price bubble still hangs over the economy.
    • Though acknowledging a debt to the genre, Phillips says he had no specific models in mind.
    • Although companies are allowed to send reminders to a person in debt, they are not allowed to harass someone.
    • He scared me the first few times I encountered him, but I owe him a huge debt.
    • The Count acknowledges his great debt to the writer and performer, Steve Delaney.
    • It truly is the end of an era but the people of Hull owe him a great debt and we must look at the great strides the city has made while has been leader.
    • They have to sell a player each year to balance the books but they are not up to their ears in debt like many Brazilian teams.
    • This authority is so much in debt but they could cut the rates if they ran it properly and looked into the cost of repairing houses.
    • Personal bankruptcies are booming precisely because it's so easy to get in debt.
    • His early works owe a debt to van Gogh and Breitner, the Dutch Impressionist.
    • In the film, Reeves plays a luckless, down-at-heel gambler heavily in debt to the bookies.
    • Although the man did owe small sums of money, there is no evidence to suggest that he was heavily in debt.
    • I have little choice but to find a better job in the same sector because student fees and loans have left me massively in debt.
    • He wanted to know why the trust was so severely in debt, despite receiving record funding from the government.
    • More interesting is the debt Sinatra owed D' Amato, who served as the young singer's role model.
    • After the divorce was granted, Rene discovered there would be no money as her husband was heavily in debt.
    • The script is strong, owing a great debt to Frank Miller's graphic novel, Man Without Fear.
    • By his late twenties, Disraeli's sartorial and social extravagance had left him deep in debt.
    • He says that every year or two a movie comes along that owes Stevenson an obvious debt.
    • I grew up in the years when to be in debt was shameful.
  • 2

    (money owing)
    deuda feminine
    foreign debt deuda externa feminine
    • a debt of honor una deuda de honor
    • to run up debts endeudarse
    • to repay a debt pagar / saldar una deuda
    • I owe you a debt I can never repay siempre estaré en deuda contigo
    • Garda sources believe the gangs may have been desperate to raise money to pay off debts.
    • Companies which owe the council money will not be charged interest on their debts.
    • He left and the club was left with an enormous wage bill and debts it could not afford to pay.
    • Many creditors lost a lot of money and players went unpaid while debts were rescheduled.
    • Needing money to pay off a debt, he tries to rob a wealthy neighbour and is finally arrested and jailed.
    • Is the company's debt less than 40 percent of its capital?
    • You want a mortgage that calculates interest daily so every overpayment reduces your debt.
    • Interest is charged on the debt, but you do not make monthly repayments.
    • However, it is likely to mean people looking to take out a loan to consolidate their debt will have to pay more after today.
    • The plan of action is to use some of the money to clear all their debts and to use the rest to reduce their mortgage a little.
    • Samantha Leigh, mitigating, said he had taken the money to pay gambling debts.
    • However, the first use for surplus cash must be to reduce any outstanding debts.
    • Make sure you clear debts such as credit card balances, overdrafts and personal loans.
    • At the meeting, Ms Blears had refused to write off the debt the PCT owes to the Government.
    • Cash flow was very positive and had enabled the company to reduce its debt to a more manageable level.
    • They can potentially tap into your bank account or run up debts without you knowing a thing about it.
    • The country spends a third of its budget on servicing its debt to western banks.
    • * Total U.S. household credit card debt is more than $600 billion.
    • The bills and the debts pile up when you're not working but she somehow made it through.
    • If you are earning money and have big debts it may not be worth over committing yourself in savings.