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    Hello,

    I'm working on a financial translation (English is the target language), and I'm having trouble with the Spanish word "inmovilizado" (it's a heading for a chart), also "inmovilizado inmaterial", and "inmovilizado material". Anyone have any ideas?? Thanks!

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    Hi Walkabout,

    how about "freeze" and "unfreeze". This is the term used in MS Excel.

    Hope it helps

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    Hi!

    I know I am a bit late, but I just found out about this forum today. As for your questions: inmovilizados inmateriales = intangible assets
    inmovilizado material = tangible assets

    Mambe next time this will come in handy...

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    Default Later than plam! ;-)

    plam is absolutely right! Just one thing: for the header "inmovilizado" you would have used "fixed assets" which englobe both entries above mentioned.

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