It refers to the Statute of Limitations for collection of debt. States enact their own SOL's pertaining to the type of debt. Open accounts/contracts such as credit cards usually have a different SOL than written contracts such as personal loans. Depending on the context it is used in , it can also mean sh*t out of luck
'Hace sol' means "The weather is Sunny". 'Sol' means 'sun' in spanish, and 'hace' means 'it is'.
El sol in spanish means; the sun.
"Cuando hace sol" means "When it's sunny."
Sol means "the sun" as in "Coast of the sun"
Del Sol means "The Sun" so really... NO.
Sol in spanish means sun
It means that in Latin (which is a language) Sol means sun (the bright thing in the sky in summer).
it means of the sun... sol = sun del = de + el (of the) hope that helped, a little beginners spanish lesson.
Sol - leks means the angry one
Hace sol means sunny or it is sunny.
SOL means 'Sh** out of Luck'. Yes, the above answer is wrong.
Sous-sol means underground or basement in English.