« to get into debt » traduction en espagnol

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« to get into debt » en espagnol

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to get … into debt {v}
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to get into debt {verbe}

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to get into debt (aussi: to go into debt, to insist)
to get into debt
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enjaranarse {v.pr.} [ElSal.]
to get into debt
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enditarse {v.pr.} [Guat.]
to get into debt
to get into debt
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encalillarse {v} [Chili] [fam.]
to get into debt

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EnglishThis is not the case on a European level, because fortunately we are not allowed to get into debt.
Esto no es así a escala europea, porque afortunadamente no se nos permite contraer deudas.
EnglishIt always seems to me to come as a complete surprise to politicians how countries get in debt.
Siempre me da la impresión de que a los políticos les pilla totalmente por sorpresa la forma en que los países se endeudan.
EnglishEurobonds are a way for the EU to get into debt along with the Member States, which I do not want.
Por su parte, los eurobonos son una forma de que la UE se endeude, junto con los Estados miembros, lo que tampoco quiero.
EnglishWhen governments get into debt by taking the wrong decisions, we must tell them they have taken the wrong decisions.
Cuando los gobiernos contraen deudas por haber tomado decisiones equivocadas, tenemos que decirles que han tomado las decisiones equivocadas.