EN pro forma
volume_up
{noun}

pro forma
volume_up
pro-forma {f} (tipo de factura)
You have a praesidium which is not there pro forma, because it is a praesidium which counts.
Ustedes tienen un presidium que no es aquí pro forma, porque es un presidium que cuenta.
A pro forma parliamentary vote was taken, but that was all.
Todo se redujo a una votación parlamentaria pro forma.
The pro forma invoice will be faxed.
La factura pro forma será enviada por fax.
pro forma
volume_up
proforma {f} (tipo de factura)
estados financieros proforma

Synonyms (English) for "pro forma":

pro forma
pro

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Context sentences for "pro forma" in Spanish

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EnglishStudies were assessed for eligibility using a standard pro forma.
Se evaluó la elegibilidad de los estudios con un formulario estándar.
EnglishIn view of this escalation, are we condemned to pro forma protests before settling for realism?
Ante esta escalada,¿estamos condenados a protestar para cumplir, y adaptarnos, finalmente, por razones de realismo?
EnglishIn view of this escalation, are we condemned to pro forma protests before settling for realism?
Ante esta escalada, ¿estamos condenados a protestar para cumplir, y adaptarnos, finalmente, por razones de realismo?
EnglishWhen you were first elected, this Parliament was a consultative assembly, designed to give a pro forma cover to decisions taken by bureaucrats and diplomats.
Cuando usted fue elegido diputado por primera vez, este Parlamento era una asamblea consultiva, concebida para dar una cobertura formal a decisiones adoptadas por burócratas y diplomáticos.
EnglishAdequate guarantees to consumers can be provided through comprehensive information, and declarations to competent authorities and pro-forma registration can be accepted for healthcare professions.
En cualquier caso, el control formal de las cualificaciones por parte de los Estados miembros no es compatible con una verdadera facilitación de la prestación de servicios transfronteriza.