Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

deuda in English:

1. debt debt


Our debt is more than we can pay.
I've heard about it. Your parents disappeared, running out on their debt didn't they?
Your debt will continue raising until you pay it.
What's your debt?
I carried iron, but didn't find anything heavier than debt.
Don't tell me it was really a demand for money from debt collectors?
A lot of sport clubs are still burdened by a monumental amount of debt. The worst thing about it, is that some of them are clubs that play a heavy role in leagues; clubs like Barcelona and Chelsea, and others more, are on the list that goes on and on.
When my old man kicked the bucket last month, he left me only enough money to pay my debt with.
An accident only takes a second, but an accident could get you into debt for life. I think I'll just walk.
The debt of the United Kingdom is much higher than that of the euro area as a whole.
If you don't pay by the end of the week, we will have no choice but to call in a debt collection agency.
As a student of history, I also know civilization's debt to Islam. It was Islam – at places like Al-Azhar University – that carried the light of learning through so many centuries, paving the way for Europe's Renaissance and Enlightenment.
dług, Der.: debtor (n)
In times of financial crisis a lot of entrepreneurs have problems with paying off their debts.

English word "deuda"(debt) occurs in sets:

English for Accounting - Business English
Things: General words 2
Banking (basic)