In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
transitive verboverdrew, overdrawn
1FinanceI'm overdrawn — estoy sobregirado
- customers who overdraw their accounts — los clientes que giran al descubierto / que sobregiran su cuenta
- Today you're even more stressed because you're overdrawn and have to make a deposit by noon or your bank will bounce your mortgage payment.
- At its most extreme, the practice leaves victims in the nightmarish situation of having their bank accounts overdrawn by many thousands of pounds without their knowledge.
- A friend overdraws her checking account because she thought there was more money in it.
- I would have to help my father out with that couple thousand dollars when he was overdrawn at the bank.
- It so happens that there are no sums at present in hand, but on the contrary the sum of £890 is overdrawn at the bank.
- We are now overdrawn on our bank account and it has put us in financially difficulty, not to mention all the stress and worry it has caused.
- For customers who are overdrawn, each withdrawal is charged at €0.23 with no minimum fee applied.
- If the account is overdrawn, the bank's claim against A is reduced, or A obtains a debt claim against the bank.
- Check with your provider if you know you will be overdrawn - it could save you money.
- I look at it about once a month, when I get a statement, just to see if I'm overdrawn.
- It also gives a warning if you overdraw your account.
- When something bad happens - your boss chews you out or you discover your bank account is overdrawn again - you may need to take time to step back from the situation.
- If you overdraw your account, deposit money as soon as possible to avoid additional overdrafts and fees.
- But the New York University student's holiday mood soured a few days later when he received a notice from Pittsburgh's PNC Bank that he had overdrawn the funds in his checking account.
- You are in danger of overdrawing your checking account.
- She also knew that she did not have the bank's authority to issue cheques when her account was overdrawn.
- To avoid paying surcharge interest and irregular account charges, never allow your account to be overdrawn without making arrangements with your branch in advance.
- Getting too little sleep creates a ‘sleep debt,’ which is much like being overdrawn at a bank.
- I have no money after barely managing to scrape the rent together last Friday, and my bank account is woefully overdrawn.
- The average account customer is overdrawn for 80 days in every year, so it affects a lot of people.
- If the account is overdrawn, the bank becomes the creditor and the customer the debtor.
- Think of it like a bank account which has been overdrawn.
- The department's bank account was overdrawn by R40m, which is a gross violation of Treasury regulations.
- He said as many as 4,000 people manipulated the system to overdraw their bank accounts by at least $1,000.
- They also tend to snowball so that people can end up being charged more than £100 by the time they realise their account is overdrawn - and that's on top of the interest.
- We are now overdrawn in our bank account because we are living on such a tight budget and rely on the tax credits.
- His personal bank account was £21,000 overdrawn and over the agreed limit.
- Once again, one must be careful not to overdraw the argument.
- Its emphasis on the self-regulating and potentially liberating character of traditional law is often overdrawn.
- Are those sorts of games significant, or do you think that they're overdrawn by media commentators?
- The ‘negative’ characters in the film are somewhat overdrawn.
- The extent of this schizophrenia should not be overdrawn, but the potential existed for conflicting positions to reify.
- It would be a mistake, however, to overdraw the distinctions I have made here, for to do so would only conceal the blurriness of this birth control clinic world.
- Critics have argued that the work's thesis regarding the advent of the totally administered society is overdrawn.
- This contrast seems overdrawn in both directions.
- Historical fiction runs the risk of degenerating into joining the dots of known facts with overdrawn, sentimentalised characters.
- I had been contacted by Mr. Mailander with some of these suspicions a few days previously, and had responded then that I thought some of them were overdrawn.
- The contrast between institution and occupation is easy to overdraw, of course.
- The characters are overdrawn to the point where they're just not real, and they really go nowhere.
- The coincidental use of the same comparison is as amusing as it is overdrawn.
- While the battle prose is excellent, the language describing noncombat scenes is sometimes tortured and overdrawn.
intransitive verboverdrew, overdrawn
1girar al descubiertosobregirarse
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