English translation of 'cobrar'
1. to collect
2. (preço) to charge
3. (pênalti) to take
cobrar o prometido to remind sb of what they promised
cobrar uma falta (football) to take a free kick
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'cobrar' in Other Languages
British English: charge /tʃɑːdʒ/ VERB
ask to pay If you charge someone an amount of money, you ask them to pay that amount for something.
The hospitals charge the patients for every aspirin.
Some banks charge if you access your account to determine your balance.
- American English: charge price
- Arabic: يَطْلُبُ ثَمَناً
- Brazilian Portuguese: cobrar
- Chinese: 收费
- Croatian: naplatiti
- Czech: naúčtovat
- Danish: debitere
- Dutch: in rekening brengen
- European Spanish: cobrar
- Finnish: veloittaa
- French: facturer
- German: berechnen Preis
- Greek: χρεώνω
- Italian: addebitare
- Japanese: 請求する price
- Korean: ...에게 (대금을) 부과하다
- Norwegian: forlange
- Polish: pobrać opłatę
- European Portuguese: cobrar
- Romanian: a taxa
- Russian: выставить счет
- Spanish: cobrar
- Swedish: debitera
- Thai: เรียกเก็บเงิน
- Turkish: fiyat biçmek
- Ukrainian: виставляти рахунок
- Vietnamese: tính giá
Translation of cobrar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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