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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to issue invoices)
a. to invoice
Ustedes me han facturado llamadas al extranjero que yo no he efectuado.You have invoiced me for calls abroad that I haven't made.
b. to bill
El hospital facturará todos los gastos médicos al paciente.The hospital will bill all medical costs to the patient.
2. (to receive as income)
a. to turn over
En los meses de verano facturamos el doble.In the summer months, we turn over twice the amount.
b. to have a turnover of
La compañía facturó más de €5,000,000 el año pasado.The company had a turn over of more than €5,000,000 last year.
3. (to hand over)
a. to check in (at airport)
No tiene que facturar el equipaje de mano si no supera los diez kilos.You don't need to check in your hand luggage if it does not exceed ten kilos.
b. to register (in station)
El equipaje especial debe ser facturado un día antes del viaje.Any special luggage must be registered one day in advance before the journey.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
4. (to hand over luggage)
a. to check in (at airport)
Tiene que facturar como mínimo 60 minutos antes de la salida.You must check in no later than 60 minutes before departure.
b. to register (in station)
Al facturar en el mostrador, le pedirán un documento de identidad.When you register at the counter, you'll be asked to show an ID card.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (equipaje; en aeropuerto)
a. to check in
2. (en estación)
a. to register
3. (vender)
a. to turn over
facturaron 4.000 millones en 2003they had a turnover of 4,000 million in 2003
4. (cobrar)
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
facturarle a alguien algoto invoice o bill somebody for something
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transitive verb
1 (Com) [+géneros] to invoice (for); bill (for)
este artículo ya lo facturaron el mes pasado
[+persona] to invoice; bill
los del garaje se han olvidado de facturarme el amortiguador
2 [+volumen de ventas] to turn over; have a turnover of
la compañía facturó 500 millones en 1997 the company turned over o had a turnover of 500 million in 1997
3 [+equipaje] (en aeropuerto) to check in
hay que facturar el equipaje dos horas antes de embarcar
(en puerto, estación) to register
intransitive verb
to check in
tenemos que facturar en el mostrador 13
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