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I had always wanted a convertible car. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The choice of coupé or convertible depends on your taste. The Sun (2006)The best convertible sports car in the world today? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Is there a drawback to the new convertible? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Thus issues of a convertible bond may amount to a deferred stock issue. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)This may involve convertible bonds being offered to all shareholders. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Not to mention the three luxury family holidays a year and a couple of sporty convertible cars. The Sun (2008)But almost all our comments also apply to convertible preferred issues. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)Can a comfy convertible sports car match the handling of a coupé? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Barclays dropped heavy hints last week that it may issue convertible bonds to boost its capital ratios. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Why do they think we drive more convertible cars per head than virtually anybody else on the planet? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sterling is a fully convertible currency. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He jogged and sailed in threadbare business suits and he drove an ancient convertible whose roof was held together with sticky tape. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Also coming in spring is a new A3 convertible. The Sun (2014)When you buy a convertible, the bond and the option are bundled up together. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)It said that the proceeds from the five-year convertible bond would be used to pursue acquisition opportunities. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It has had to abandon plans to raise 2 billion in hybrid instruments known as mandatory convertible notes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)China is only inching forward in the process of turning the renminbi into a global, convertible currency. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And had a convertible roof? Times, Sunday Times (2012)They build with convertible currency. Times, Sunday Times (2009)To stop the banks burning up their precious cash, the payment will probably come in some kind of preference or convertible share. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The factories will produce about 230,000 cars this year and should get a further boost when the new convertible goes on sale next year. The Sun (2008)Q Has the wet weather had any impact on secondhand convertible prices? Times, Sunday Times (2012)SUMMER is on the way so now's the time to pick up a used convertible or coupé bargain. The Sun (2011)In coupé or convertible form, with or without supercharged engines, they combine cruiser and bruiser to brilliant effect. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You can think of the bond value as a lower bound, or "floor," to the price of the convertible. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)
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Translations for 'convertible'
British English: convertible /kənˈvɜːtəbl/ ADJECTIVE
Convertible money can be easily exchanged for other forms of money.
...the introduction of a convertible currency.
- American English: convertible
- Arabic: قَابِل لِلتَحْوِيل
- Brazilian Portuguese: conversível
- Chinese: 可兑换的
- Croatian: konvertibilan
- Czech: konvertibilní
- Danish: konvertibel
- Dutch: converteerbaar
- European Spanish: convertible
- Finnish: muunnettava
- French: convertible
- German: verwandelbar
- Greek: μετατρεπόμενος
- Italian: convertibile
- Japanese: 変えられる
- Korean: 바꿀 수 있는
- Norwegian: konvertibel
- Polish: zamienny
- European Portuguese: conversível
- Romanian: convertibil
- Russian: конвертируемый
- Spanish: convertible
- Swedish: som kan omvandlas
- Thai: สามารถเปลี่ยนแปลงได้
- Turkish: değiştirilebilir
- Ukrainian: конвертований
- Vietnamese: có thể đổi được
British English: convertible /kənˈvɜːtəbl/ NOUN
A convertible is a car with a soft roof that can be folded down or removed.
Her car is a yellow convertible.
- American English: convertible
- Arabic: سَيَّارَة مَكْشُوفَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: carro conversível
- Chinese: 敞篷轿车
- Croatian: kabriolet
- Czech: kabriolet
- Danish: cabriolet
- Dutch: convertible
- European Spanish: descapotable
- Finnish: avoauto
- French: cabriolet
- German: Kabriolett
- Greek: κονβέρτιμπλ
- Italian: decappottabile
- Japanese: コンバーティブル
- Korean: 오픈카
- Norwegian: kabriolet
- Polish: kabriolet
- European Portuguese: carro descapotável
- Romanian: mașină decapotabilă
- Russian: автомобиль с откидным верхом
- Spanish: descapotable
- Swedish: konvertibel
- Thai: รถเปิดประทุน
- Turkish: üstü açılır araba
- Ukrainian: кабріолет
- Vietnamese: ô tô mui trần
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