(n.) = balance ; remainder ; short sell ; credit ; account balance. Nota: Generalmente de una cuenta bancaria. Ex: So far as possible the international traders exchanged books, but sometimes the balance was unequal and accounts were settled in money. Ex: The article 'Bargains or bummers? remainders' suggests that despite problems attaching to buying remainders, judicious purchasing of this stock can add valuable books to a library's collection at a very reasonable cost. Ex: The article is entitled 'Publishing abroad: fair trade or short sell for non English speaking authors?'. Ex: Orders placed with a vendor as well as any credit or debit notes for the vendor are displayed by entering the number '9'. Ex: If your account balance is less than $1000, you will generally not be charged administration fees in excess of interest earned on your account. ---- * con saldo = prepaid [pre-paid]. * saldo acreedor = credit balance. * saldo a favor = credit balance. * saldo de cuenta bancaria = bank balance. * saldo del libro de cuentas = account book balance. * saldo deudor = debit balance. * saldo, el = bottom line, the. * saldo en contra = debit balance. * saldo negativo = debit ; debit balance. * saldo pendiente = outstanding balance. * saldo positivo = credit ; credit balance. ---- * dar por saldado = close + the book on. * no saldado = uncollected. * saldar las diferencias = iron out + differences. * saldar una cuenta = settle + an account. * saldar una deuda = pay off + a debt. * sin saldar = uncollected.