Akkolla

To charge: A debt, interest etc.

Source: Italian

Akkwist

Purchase, acquisition.

Source: Sicilian

 

Ammenda

Multa żgħira mwaħħla mill-qorti bħala twiddiba.

English: Penalty charged by court to serve as a caution

Ammortament

Redemption of mortgage.

Ref: JA

Awment

Żjieda fuq ammont eżistenti (ġeneralment finanzjarja).

English: Increase (generally related to financial matters such as wages, prices etc)

Sors: Taljan

 

Awżar

In installments, or on credit.

Xtara bl-awżar, he paid in installments.

Ref: JA

 

Baqagħlu jagħti

English: Expression: He still owes

Baxx (valur)

Cheap; of low value

Bejgħ

Sale, trade, vending

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: B-J-Għ

Bejgħ bi rkant

Sale by auction.

Bejgħ bid-dejn

Sale on credit.

Bejgħ bil-biċċa

Sale by the piece and not as a whole.

Bejgħ bil-qabd

Cash sale

Bejgħ bin-nifs

Sale where payment is in instalments.

Bejgħ bl-appalt

Sale by tender.

Bejgħ bl-imnut

Sale by singles (such as single cigarettes instead of whole packet)

Bejgħ bl-ingrossa

Sale by wholesale.

Bejgħa

A one time sale. A business transaction.

Benakkwist

A. Community of acquests (legal). B. A bargain.

Benefizzju

Sum of money left for a particular purpose such as dowry or charity.

Sors: Taljan

Bil-għali

Expensive; overpriced.