English translation of 'faturar'
1. to invoice
2. (dinheiro) to make
3. (informal: gol) to score, notch up
(informal: ganhar dinheiro)
faturar (alto) to rake it in
faturar algo a alguém to invoice sb for sth
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'faturar' in Other Languages
British English: invoice /ˈɪnvɔɪs/ VERB
If you invoice someone, you send them an invoice.
The agency invoiced the client.
- American English: invoice
- Arabic: يُرْسِلُ فَاتُورَةٌ تِـجَارِيَّةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: faturar
- Chinese: 出票
- Croatian: fakturirati
- Czech: fakturovat
- Danish: fakturere
- Dutch: factureren
- European Spanish: facturar
- Finnish: laskuttaa
- French: facturer
- German: in Rechnung stellen
- Greek: τιμολογώ
- Italian: fatturare
- Japanese: インボイスを送る
- Korean: 송장을 보내다
- Norwegian: fakturere
- Polish: zafakturować
- European Portuguese: faturar
- Romanian: a factura
- Russian: выписывать счет-фактуру
- Spanish: facturar
- Swedish: fakturera
- Thai: ออกใบแจ้งราคาสินค้า
- Turkish: faturalamak
- Ukrainian: виписувати рахунок
- Vietnamese: lập hóa đơn
British English: bill VERB
If you bill someone for goods or services you have provided them with, you give or send them a bill stating how much money they owe you for these goods or services.
Are you going to bill me for this?
Translation of faturar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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