Translation of outlay in Spanish:


desembolso, n.

Pronunciation /ˈaʊtleɪ/

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    desembolso masculine
    outlay on sth gastoen algo
    inversiónen algo
    • Christmas cards account for only a small amount of our outlay.
    • All others were excluded because their outlays contained significant amounts of transfer payments.
    • Data on travel money outlays are more readily available than travel time expenditures, as well as being much more reliable.
    • Besides the outlay in money, vineyard investments take time to yield a return.
    • In other words, current taxes and current outlays have to balance.
    • As is known, keeping appropriate information secret per se involves a certain amount of outlays.
    • Yet some administrators have urged a reduction in the current outlay for salary and benefits.
    • And so the next thing was to get an idea about what treatments cost and what you'd get for an outlay of money.
    • A small outlay will save you money but equally you will often get what you pay for, and a bad horse costs as much to feed as a good one.
    • In particular, hiring expertise for specific projects can reduce large salary outlays.
    • And each time you go for a flat, as well as the financial outlay of getting a survey done, you have the emotional investment.
    • In fact, the acquisition and maintenance of social rank could well require the outlay of large sums of money.
    • More than half of the annual budget outlays are transfer payments.
    • With a corresponding drop in benefits and pensions, outlays will decrease.
    • The option of providing tax relief for receipted outlays on childcare is also being examined by a cabinet subcommittee.
    • But the costs of the conflict could go far beyond the hefty financial outlays.
    • I offer two pieces of evidence that show profitability as a key driver of investment outlays.
    • Even the large capital outlays in the area will scarcely amount to the cost of a few regional bypasses.
    • That would involve the outlay of a great deal of money for only one match a season, but the days have gone when people put up with what they get.
    • In my case, in order to minimise my monthly outlay, I chose to repay the loan amount after 30 years.

transitive verb outlaid, outlaid

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