In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(paper)recibo masculineto make out a receipt — hacer un recibo
- could I have a receipt please? — ¿me podría dar un recibo, por favor?
- He just gives you a small receipt printed out by computer.
- Save your receipts and each evening write down your expenses for the day.
- Get in the habit of regularly shredding statements, receipts, credit card applications, and other material with personal identification information.
- Watch out for errors on your accounts by keeping good records: hang on to all your receipts and ATM slips and check every statement carefully.
- Sometimes I think I'm broke and then I'll find a €50 note nestling between a taxi receipt and an ATM statement.
- Then there's his gripe about having to pay a €125 deposit for his broadband service and not receiving a receipt to acknowledge that he's coughed up.
- These records are equivalent to the till receipts you are given when shopping in the physical world.
- Check your receipts against your statements carefully.
- Therefore, if you paid cash, a receipt may be the only proof you have.
- Having a set place to put your monthly bank statements, receipts, and bills can make the difference between chaos and order.
- Shredding your statements and receipts is also a good way to protect yourself from ‘bin raiders’, who piece together personal financial information from your rubbish.
- Still another computer scans the debit card information, tells the cashier's computer that the transaction is complete, and prints a receipt.
- You will receive a receipt and acknowledgement by return.
- To his surprise, the agent wrote him a receipt for the cash and stamped it.
- Customers then place their order, print off a receipt and return home.
- Shred or rip up all financial documents (including all receipts, statements, bills and junk mail) before disposal.
- A single mother from Stratton is warning people to check their receipts and bank statements after she was charged twice for the same items.
- All collectors will carry appropriate identification and official receipts will be provided.
- Check your statements against your receipts and contact your bank or credit card company immediately if you spot anything unfamiliar.
- In some parts of the country, criminal gangs will pay homeless people to rummage though dustbins for receipts and bank statements.
- Then something like a receipt or a statement came out of the machine and she took ages reading it before reinserting her card and doing the same again.
2(act)recibo masculinerecepción feminineplease acknowledge receipt of goods — por favor acuse recibo de la mercancía
- we are in receipt of your letter of April 16 — obra en nuestro poder su carta del 16 de abril
- we telephoned immediately on receipt of their letter — llamamos en cuanto recibimos su carta
- Upon receipt of your instructions we will write to the debtor demanding payment of the outstanding sums.
- Elderly people in receipt of a mobility allowance are being seriously disadvantaged when they reach the age of 65 years, it has emerged this week.
- As a councillor, I have been in receipt of hundreds of letters from the local community expressing their concerns at the condition of our roads.
- I acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 29th May 2003 and comment as follows.
- After receipt of the equalization payment she will not have a need for support.
- We acknowledge receipt of your letter of 7th February and reply as follows.
- Those in receipt of social welfare are eligible.
- The number of people of employable age in receipt of incapacity benefit for longer than six months has quadrupled - from half a million in 1981 to two million in 2002.
- The result is that the total number in receipt of the benefit has risen.
- More than 50,000 low-income households are in receipt of such financial support, funded by the Department of Social and Family Affairs.
- He has not yet even had the courtesy to acknowledge receipt of my letter.
- The closing date for receipt of applications is Tuesday, August 5 at 5pm.
- Talk of a large population of children growing up in welfare dependent homes can be misleading if it ignores the fact that most families in receipt of a benefit do not remain on that benefit for extended periods.
- Closing date for receipt of completed applications is Friday, November at 12 noon.
- The fact that the employee is dismissed while in receipt of his contractual sick pay does not make the termination automatically unfair.
- My decision with respect to costs shall be reserved pending receipt of written submissions from the parties.
- Employers must retain records in respect of each employee in receipt of taxable benefits.
- The closing date for receipt of entries will be Friday December 6, 2002.
- Grants to improve heating and insulation of property are available to pensioners in receipt of pension credit or attendance allowance and anyone receiving a disability living allowance.
- At present there are about 271 members contributing to the scheme, with approximately 1,100 in receipt of a pension.
3receipts pluralFinanceingresos masculineentradas feminine
1(invoice/bill) poner el sello de 'pagado' en
- It is a receipted bill (dated 21 August 1817) from Bennets Hotel in Inverness.
- Only correctly receipted invoices will be acceptable in support of a claim for grant assistance.
- Confirmation letters will be sent on receipt of booking and receipted invoices will be sent on receipt of payment, which must be made before the event.
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