Translation of debt-free in Spanish:


libre de deudas, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈdetˈfriː/


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    libre de deudas
    • Building up cash over the next 12 months allows you to be debt-free next New Year's Eve.
    • The Hills' goal is to become totally debt-free.
    • He projects the auto group will be debt-free in the next five to seven years.
    • Even a fairly healthy, debt-free business has plenty of difficulties to navigate.
    • Our government has just announced that they are debt-free.
    • The Ivy League school offers something few college students would pass up - a debt-free graduation.
    • Sure you could destroy your credit card and live debt-free, but freedom from debt is no replacement for cool stuff.
    • It is wise to live as debt-free as possible.
    • The difference is that when I graduated, my parents and I were debt-free.
    • The company is solidly profitable and virtually debt-free.
    • But debt-free status is not without potential threat.
    • If all goes well, I can be debt-free by next year.
    • He has a debt-free balance sheet and $2 billion in cash.
    • They are a profitable, debt-free business with one of the best-known sports brands globally.
    • The couple are using debt-free living and the pursuit of education as their keys to financial freedom.
    • Craig said a debt-free province is good, but now the focus needs to shift onto the municipalities and what they need to do to get out of debt.
    • In any event you should try to be totally debt-free when you reach retirement age.
    • Furthermore, I am satisfied to be leaving the company debt-free at the end of my tenure, which is saying something in this environment.
    • Experts argue that choosing a debt-free approach to entrepreneurship may have a negative influence on a company's value at sale time.
    • Would you be able to live a debt-free existence?