Translation of disburse in Spanish:

disburse

desembolsar, v.

Pronunciation /dɪsˈbərs//dɪsˈbəːs/

transitive verb

formal

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    desembolsar
    • Many a time mutual trust and goodwill have been lost due to dishonesty among some agents, organisations, individuals or even politicians entrusted with responsibilities to disburse such funds.
    • The sub-district office disburses funds, which came from the taxation of stores and companies located in that district, to the committees.
    • The funds are disbursed through banks to the schools' accounts.
    • The second option is to act on behalf of a bank in processing an application and disburse the funds, both for a fee.
    • The Governor has confirmed that the fund was disbursed without his approval as the chief commissioner of the company.
    • The federal government said it was studying whether to disburse relief funds to the state.
    • However, it is still unclear when the administration intended to disburse the funds to the victims and who would be defined as a poor resident.
    • It disburses funds only after work on a project run by a new local organization is complete or as bills arrive.
    • Asked if he knew whether the funds were disbursed legally, he said he did not know, but asserted that the disbursement of the funds could be accounted for.
    • He could establish or dissolve public institutions and he had the right to disburse public funds.
    • A huge amount of additional funds were also disbursed by the government to the bank to repay depositors amid massive runs.
    • He and other suspects in the same case had claimed the funds were disbursed to provide food aid packages for the needy.
    • These individuals are able to disburse their funds quite easily.
    • Not only will the treasury unit have authority to disburse funds to ministries and government institutions, but it will also be responsible for finding resources to finance the state budget.
    • However, the panel of judges said that he was not responsible for the violation because the funds were disbursed by the bank's board of directors.
    • Six months after its launch the fund has no administrative structures and has disbursed no money.
    • Almost $1.5 million will have been paid out when the funds are completely disbursed.
    • If you have an interest in preserving fiction - you might, for example, give loud and serious thought to how your local Arts Council disburses its funds.
    • We hope that the government will disburse the money before that time,’ he said.
    • The expectation of the donors was that charities receiving the funds would disburse the money to needy victims just as quickly.