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"Desglosado" is a form of "desglosar", a transitive verb which is often translated as "to break down". "Desarrollado" is an adjective which is often translated as "developed". Learn more about the difference between "desglosado" and "desarrollado" below.
desglosar(
dehs
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gloh
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sahr
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to list)
a. to break down
Aceptaron el presupuesto sin desglosar los costos y los gastos, y ahora las cuentas no cuadran.They approved the budget without breaking down the costs and the expenses, and now the figures don't add up.
b. to make a breakdown
¿Cómo desgloso una factura?How can I make a breakdown of an invoice?
c. to itemize
¿Puedes desglosarme el informe por categorías?Could you itemize the report by categories?
d. to itemise (United Kingdom)
Creo que me han estafado; la próxima vez pediré que desglosen el precio de cada servicio.I think I got swindled. Next time I'll ask them to itemise the price of each service.
2. (to separate)
a. to detach
Tienes que desglosar el impreso rosa, que es la copia para el cliente.You have to detach the pink form, which is the customer copy.
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desarrollado(
deh
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sah
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rroh
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yah
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doh
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (advanced)
a. developed
El acceso al agua corriente y limpia no supone un gran problema en los países desarrollados.Access to clean running water does not present as great a problem to developed countries.
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