Traducción de collateral en español:


garantía, n.

Pronunciación /kəˈlædərəl/ /kəˈlætrəl/ /kəˈlat(ə)r(ə)l/

Ver definición en español de garantía


  • 1

    (money) garantía femenino
    (money) fianza femenino
    (property) garantía real femenino
    • Because most of its hard assets, such as airplanes, already are pledged as loan collateral, the company has said that it will not seek additional investors at this time.
    • CMAs are also required to maintain inventories of each class and grade of grain at least equal to the quantity pledged as loan collateral.
    • By the stroke of a government pen and without having invested one single cent, the Larrakia now have a major asset to use as collateral for a bank loan.
    • When the mortgage came due this year, the lender asked the worker-landlords to pledge personal assets as collateral against a new five-year loan.
    • It may accept corporate debt, private bank loans and mortgage securities as collateral for the Fed's direct lending to banks - a way of pushing bankers to lend more generously to business.
    • Without title deeds farmers have had no collateral to secure bank loans, no capital to use to put crops in and cope with inflation at 505 per cent.
    • Those who do not want to sell the land to the government are free to do what they want with it, such as using the land as collateral for bank loans.
    • The freight cars will be pledged as special collateral for the bond issue, Deputy Transport and Communications Minister Nikola Yankov said.
    • After the village gained experience with the grant-making process, community trust funds were established to provide credit to people who had no collateral to get bank loans.
    • Bonds that pledge no collateral are called debentures.
    • When you sell the property, be sure to have the buyer pledge the property as collateral by signing a Deed of Trust.
    • He had pledged his shares as collateral for some $100 million in personal loans from three commercial banks.
    • Their first concern will be to minimize their risk against loan default by requiring collateral or restrictive covenants.
    • Skyrocketing oil prices made Mexican reserves vastly more valuable than before and provided collateral for international loans worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
    • Though the Reserve Bank of India guidelines say that educational loans up to Rs 4 lakh require no collateral, all banks assess the applicant's repayment capacity.
    • Legally defensible property rights are essential to the process of capital creation, in that property can be used as collateral on loans to grow a small business.
    • The airline couldn't secure an outside lender because almost all its assets are being used as collateral for existing loans.
    • Everything checks out and the bank agrees to accept the car as collateral for the loan.
    • Not only do property rights help people borrow more easily, because property can be pledged as formal collateral; they also create information needed by markets.
    • Unlike middle-class homeowners, poor people usually don't have assets to put up as collateral for loans.


  • 1 formal

    (side by side)
    (kingdoms/territories) colindante
    • Why do you distinguish between what I might call questions going to the primary purpose of the Commission and these ones that go to what you would regard as a sort of collateral or secondary purpose?
    • Then comes an assessment of collateral effects and unintended consequences.
    • To ensure the proper result with little or no unintended collateral effects, we need greater precision with speed.
    • The second feature is that this collateral challenge was made in the course of a prosecution.
    • Additionally, there is a collateral benefit to listing your site in a directory.
    • Mrs Foden has opened a further line of collateral attack by bringing two sets of proceedings against the Lord Chancellor's Department.
    • Trials often descend into desperate searches for collateral information, such as the colour of paint, whether a bicycle was in a yard or whether a school was open that year.
    • Our findings suggested that patient/informant agreement was not related to whether collateral information was permitted to be revealed to patients.
    • You'll not only be strengthening the CPA profession, you'll reap the following collateral gains as well.
    • One reason we agreed to defer prosecution was to minimize the collateral consequences of an indictment, which would have been borne by innocent employees and investors.
    • Employment discrimination is one of many collateral consequences that individuals with felony convictions face, including many people with non-violent drug offenses.
    • Technology has legitimized precision warfare and criminalized collateral death and destruction resulting from the use of lethal force.
    • There are collateral risks, albeit of a different character, whether the Inquiry is held in Londonderry or on the mainland.
    • I don't even think we have fully assessed all of the collateral consequences that are going to have to be dealt with.
    • These collateral consequences are also heavily race- and class-biased.
    • A cultural system that relies on short-term victories of one side over another does not effectively take into account the future of collateral effects and long deferred consequences.
    • They returned fire and called in air support, which destroyed the building, killing one militant and resulting in ‘up to nine collateral deaths’.
    • The applicant has instituted in relation to this matter a great deal of expensive, prolonged, collateral litigation in none of which has he been successful.
    • That section states that the collateral benefits must not be taken into account in assessing the award of damages in court and as a result, victims of personal injuries may receive compensation from two sources for the same loss.
    • In this sense modern warfare is indeed un-Islamic because it produces inevitably collateral damages including loss of innocent life and long-term degradation to the environment.
    • The use of contrast enhanced CT is much more specific and can demonstrate collateral veins.
    • The dorsal artery of the index finger may similarly, though more rarely, supply one or both of the collateral arteries of the adjacent sides of the thumb and index finger.
    • The MCL (medial collateral ligament) controls the knee's movement from side to side.
    • The usual finding is an area of obliteration in the portal vein surrounded by a large number of collateral vessels.
    • The patella and its supporting structures, bilateral joint lines and collateral ligaments are palpated for tenderness, crepitus and localized swelling.
    • No other significant sex differences in intraarticular or collateral injuries were observed.
    • The ulnar collateral ligament connects the humerus and ulna - two of the bones that come together in the elbow.
    • The bursa is located distal to the joint line in close proximity and posterior to the medial collateral ligament.
    • The accuracy of the method of diagnostic imaging of the soft tissue structures around the elbow, particularly the ulnar collateral ligament, continues to raise considerable debate.
    • On physical examination, the patient with medial collateral ligament injury has point tenderness at the medial joint line.
    • Lateral collateral ligament injuries result from a medial-to-lateral force on the knee, while medial collateral ligament injuries result from a force in the opposite direction.
    • Patients with associated PCL injuries were excluded, but those with concomitant meniscal and collateral ligament injuries were allowed to participate.
    • The repeated valgus stress involved in such overload can cause attenuation or rupture of the ulnar collateral ligament and result in functional medial elbow pain and instability.
    • Beyond this point the radiant exposure is too high to allow the heat generated to dissipate into the bulk on a compatible timescale, and the result is collateral perivascular damage.
    • Kuroda and Sakamaki reported on 13 patients with ulnar collateral ligament tears and no associated abnormalities.
    • Manual drainage opens nonfunctioning lymphatic and venous connections and directs lymph through collateral vessels to adjacent normal lymphatics.
    • When such techniques are adhered to, the risk of trauma to the radial artery and subsequent thrombosis is reduced even when collateral circulation in the hand is reduced.
  • 2

    (information/evidence) incidental
    (information/evidence) circunstancial
  • 3

    (relative/descent) colateral
    • Support is legally prescribed and required along descent, ascent, and collateral lines.
    • As for that of Herve de Lanrivain, I had only to apply to his collateral descendant for its subsequent details.
    • A major consequence of this was the drastic reduction of the casato's collateral lines (and, in the long run, the demographic decline of the aristocracy).
    • The line from him to his eldest son and then to his eldest son represents the main line of kinship, while other lines represent collateral lines.
    • The coffeepot returned to the United States in the twentieth century and came to the society as a gift of collateral Robinson descendants in 1972.
    • Fulton may have been a collateral descendant of the steamboat inventor, but he never bothered to check the genealogical connection.
    • Similarly, James Logan, his descendants, and their collateral families are still being explored.
    • Direct or collateral relatives up to fourth line, including relatives by adoption, will be allowed to become live organ donors.
    • It is an Extended Family Tree - showing all the collateral branches of a family, i.e. all the descendants.