Translation of convertible in Spanish:

convertible

convertible, adj.

Pronunciation /kənˈvərdəb(ə)l/ /kənˈvəːtɪb(ə)l/

Definition of convertible in Spanish

adjective

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    Finance
    convertible
    convertible debentures obligaciones convertibles
    • However, as the convertible bond and the stock can move independently, the arbitrageur can lose on both the bond and the stock, which means the position carries risk.
    • Unlike with regular bonds, however, you can exchange your convertible bond for stock in the company at a certain price.
    • This chart shows the performance of a convertible bond as the stock price rises.
    • Investors favor convertible bonds when stocks are falling because they combine the protection offered by a bond and the potential to profit if the underlying shares rally.
    • Furthermore, some of the violations documented in this case can also be the result of nonsynchronous trading between the convertible bond and the underlying stock.
    • It buys the convertible bonds of a company and shorts the underlying stock.
    • Convertible preferreds work in the same way as convertible bonds.
    • The Tokyo Stock Exchange will relax its rules on issuing convertible bonds to prevent the hollowing out of the domestic market, a press report said yesterday.
    • ‘I would never have thought of convertible bonds on my own,’ he says.
    • His results, however, are specific model dependent and constitute a test of the particular model employed rather than a test of the pricing behaviour of convertible bonds.
    • Thus, the number of convertible bond prices that can be examined is limited to the availability of nonconvertible corporate bonds in the same cell the convertible bond belongs in.
    • The approach, which makes an assumption about the functional form of the yield premium, drastically increases the number of convertible bonds examined.
    • Sometimes, there are very attractive companies that don't have straight high-yield bonds but they do have convertible bonds.
    • This allows us to get a first yield spread estimate and, thus, a first price estimate of the equivalent nonconvertible bond for a greater number of convertible bonds.
    • The evidence provided in this paper suggests an underpricing of convertible bonds to the extent that negative conversion option prices are often implied.
    • The market for convertible bonds in particular has picked up steam as companies rush to raise funds while global interest rates remain low.
    • Attracted by the opportunity for arbitrage with the stock market, hedge funds have also been big buyers of convertible bonds.
    • The remainder is invested into common and preferred stock, and cash and convertible bonds, which can be transformed into equity at an investor's discretion.
    • Those enterprises that have managed to maintain good investment-grade credit ratings may be able to raise capital by selling convertible bonds.
    • It has been supported financially by 75-per-cent stakeholder High Fashion International through the issue of convertible notes.
  • 2

    (adaptable)
    (appliance/chair) convertible
    • There was a queen-size bed, convertible sofa, and pull-down bunk.
    • Should there be foldout or convertible sofa beds planned for any other rooms?
    • Again the convertible mechanism varied from one sofa bed to another.
    • This would usually be a level-term policy with a convertible option which allows you the choice of renewing the life policy in the future, based on your health when you bought the initial term insurance.
    • Police say the weapons were seized as it is suspected that they breach the 1982 Firearms Act, which prohibits the selling of readily convertible blank firing weapons.
    • Broadband internet access will be available for each student and all apartments will be readily convertible to a multitude of domestic layouts.
    • Some of the larger German stadia include areas of convertible seating, introduced mainly because of the demands of Uefa and Fifa.
    • And not only eminently convertible Victorian primaries are in trouble.
    • They provided loans which were convertible to equity on certain conditions.
    • The three storey accommodation is easily convertible to a capacious yet intimate restaurant.
    • Police are working to stop the flow of convertible guns into Britain, but growing sales on uncontrolled internet sites are worrying.
    • Undoubtedly, his most ingenious wartime design was a convertible shipping crate for a Bofors 90 mm antiaircraft gun.
    • One of my purchases was a convertible padded bra.
    • Serena's domination, of course, is directly convertible into dollars.
    • After reassessing the project, the government decided to cancel the original design for a convertible roof.
    • No payments will be paid for 3 years, and at that time it will be convertible into equity if he chooses (which he probably will).
    • Finally, it is possible to buy convertible terms, which allow consumers to switch into other life contracts without further medical investigation.
    • But they can postpone the dilution if they add another condition, or contingency, to the standard convertible terms.
    • Travis strolled down the main avenue leading to the Capital high rise watching the convertible cars fly overhead to avoid the street traffic.
    • Some of the convertible cars speeding beneath us rode topless.
    • They approached a convertible car recently left abandoned on the street, and both climbed in.
    • A £38,000 BMW M3 convertible car, which had been stolen in a commercial burglary in Leeds, was recovered in East Bowling.
    • Sometimes I think a retractable roof over the backyard would be a good idea: one that I could slide out when needed like a convertible car.
    • As I approach 40 I think it is high time I got myself the convertible car I've been dreaming of for 20 years.
    • Of course you get jealous of those people with nice convertible cars.
    • This lets workers do the convertible roof assembly, allowing convertibles to go down the same line as the sedans.
    • Despite our country's uncertain climate - or maybe because of it - sales of convertible cars in Ireland have increased dramatically in recent years.
    • This includes return flights from Dublin via Newark, 14 nights accommodation, six-day convertible car hire, taxes and insurance.
    • Volvo safety engineers have perfected a head protection inflatable curtain for convertible cars which will appear in the next generation of the company's convertibles.
    • Of interest to convertible die-hards will be the configuration of the roof which is in the process of being finalised.
    • A mother and daughter in a silver convertible BMW with its roof down, were chased and targeted by the violent rider of a Vespa-type moped.
    • After that, following the industry trend, a steel roof coupé / convertible model will be unveiled at the Frankfurt show in September.
    • What's more, a coupe and a convertible version of the G6 are coming.
    • The convertible segment represents 300,000 U.S. sales annually.
    • There is projected growth in the convertible market in Europe.
    • You enjoy the soundtrack a lot more in the convertible version, and I could often be found in tunnels, gearing down, top down, and enjoying the soundtrack of this engine.
    • A few days ago, the singer was driving in her convertible Mini Cooper with Sean in the back, facing forward - not a good idea says the State of California.
    • There were many efforts to create convertible versions of the old Mini of years gone by, but all involved aftermarket conversions, some of which were pretty rough around the edges.

noun

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    Motor Vehicles
    descapotable masculine
    convertible masculine Latin America
    • This lets workers do the convertible roof assembly, allowing convertibles to go down the same line as the sedans.
    • The boot is of a reasonable size and compared to other convertibles, the roof does not intrude.
    • One of the boxes was so big we had to open the roof of the Chrysler convertible in order to get it onto the back seat.
    • Most soft-top convertibles seem like a good idea at the time.
    • The Germans offer station wagons, coupes and convertibles, even hatchbacks, in several series.
    • Or, will the new convertible simply eat into sedan sales?
    • But at the same time, the platform is so solid it's hard to believe the car is a convertible.
    • Who wouldn't like to drive a convertible for a week during early March in Michigan?
    • When these show up in configurations such as convertibles and station wagons, the rest might as well pack up their slide rules or get on the bus.
    • It was surmised that it was all due to the limited demand that time for coupes and also due to the high price of both models - the coupe and the convertible.
    • It's also said to have better bending rigidity than either a coupe or a convertible.
    • Any pulling power seemed to be confined to the engine, as far as I was concerned, and I found the overall look of the car rather staid; without the personality of, say, the Saab convertible.
    • Late last year, a two-door coupe made its way to the market, and this year 2006, a two-door convertible will be rolling off the highways.
    • Another convertible that caught the eye came from the U.S.
    • The suspension settings have also been adapted from the coupe to suit the convertible's ride characteristics.
    • Then he drove his convertible into a tree, killing himself and another.
    • As a quick test, imagine you're in a convertible shooting down some west coast highway (as in California, not Wales), one hand on an illusory steering wheel.
    • Jesse moved past her and got into his convertible, pulling the roof up overhead.
    • Traditional wood is still available (in two finishes) which works equally well with brown trim as used on the convertible I drove in the afternoon.
    • It will probably rain later, but for now, Tristan Campbell has lowered the convertible's roof, letting the heat and light envelop him.
  • 2US

    (sofa bed)
    sofá-cama masculine