Translation of front-end in Spanish:


inicial, adj.

Pronunciation /frəntˈɛnd//ˈfrʌntɛnd/


  • 1

    (in purchases)
    (charge/fee) inicial
    • While an increasing number of lenders include association fees in the front-end ratio, it pays to remember that these fees are likely to increase over time.
    • ‘This has been a large front-end expenditure for us before we even see a dime of revenues from the settlement,’ he says.
    • These corrections also generate front-end savings.
    • It provides for a front-end justification as well as a focus and integration for the continuous improvement, re-engineering and transformation process.
    • Even without the high front-end payments, many policyholders faced unknown and potentially high copayments.
    • Financial Engineering Network charges a front-end fee of €4,950 to establish the fund from start to finish.
    • Tertiary students deserve front-end assistance - a universal living allowance should be put in place and made available to all fulltime tertiary students.
    • As with any high-end software product, you'll end up with a lemon if you don't come up with new customers to pay those hefty front-end fees.
    • I hope that the Minister's doubts can be resolved in favour of boosting private savings by front-end tax incentives.
    • All of the government, environmental, and recycling stakeholders agree we need a front-end financing system, where the recycling fee is built into the purchase price.
    • This is because, firstly, the front-end fees are amortized over a longer period.
    • He was running 5% of front-end sales of items such as shampoo and toothpaste.
    • Learn to look at the back-end price of obtaining usable data and/or delivering a quality message rather than the front-end, per call price.
    • The fund lost 8.4 percent a year, on average, for the three years through March, adjusted for its 5.5 percent front-end sales load, or sales charge.
    • There are front-end changes which are real but gentle.
    • But those returns don't take into account taxes or front-end sales charges.
    • I believe we should do that by providing a front-end incentive, which would be a tax rebate on the first $2,000 saved by a person each year.
    • Although shrinkage affects most of retail, drugstores are seen as particularly vulnerable because of the large proportion of higher-margin front-end merchandise they carry.
    • Investors who do not have the funds to reach a breakpoint before the deadline indicated by a letter of intent will have to pay regular front-end fees.
  • 2

    (device/program) frontal
    (device/program) (invariable adjective) front-end
    • The user-friendly screen has been developed, using Visual Basic as the front-end tool and the robust Oracle for the back end for storing details.
    • Because this approach does not require a front-end switch, it's easier to scale through a single set of trunk interfaces.
    • Common business service projects where multiple front-end systems need to access multiple back-end systems are very common.
    • Sane software comes in two parts: the back-end driver software and the front-end user interfaces.
    • The front-end tool he chose was Wylib, which he had coded.