book

listen to the pronunciation of book
İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} ayırtmak

Bir yatak odası ayırtmak istiyorum. - I'd like to book a bedroom.

Otelde bir oda ayırtmak zorundayım. - I have to book a hotel room.

kitap

Bazıları yalnızca zaman geçsin diye kitap okurlar. - Some read books just to pass time.

O bir kitap okuyor mu? Evet, o okuyor. - Is she reading a book? Yes, she is.

{f} rezervasyon yapmak
{f} tutmak

Onları temiz tutmak şartıyla sana elimdeki kitapları ödünç vereceğim. - I will lend you the books, which I have at my disposal, on condition that you keep them clean.

{i} liste

Kitaplarının tam listesini istiyorum. - I want a complete list of your books.

Bu, yasaklanmış kitaplar listesinde. - This is on the list of banned books.

yer tutmak
{f} yer ayırmak
{i} libretto
{i} opera metni
{f} rezerve et
{i} defter

Adres defterimi odamda bıraktım. - I left my address book in my room.

Tom küçük siyah defterine Mary'nin telefon numarasını yazdı. - Tom wrote Mary's phone number in his little black book.

yer ayırtmak

Üç yer ayırtmak istiyorum. - I'd like to book three seats.

{f} (polis) (sanığı/cezaya çarptırılan birini) kayda geçirmek
karakolda suçlu olarak kaydetmek
(Ticaret) muhasebe defteri

Bu benim muhasebe defterim. - This is my account book.

{f} İng. (yer) ayırtmak; rezervasyon yaptırmak
kaydettirmek
book ceza kes/ayır
sanığı kayda geçirmek
peylemek
paket

Kitap kulübüne kayıt yaptırmak, tanıtım paketinden sonra üç kitap daha satın almanızı şart koşar - Enrolling in the book club obligates you to buy three more books after the introductory package.

(Kanun) muvazene defteri
bap
{f} ayırmak
fasıl
(Ticaret) muhasebe kayıtları
rezerve etmek
rezervasyon yaptırmak
betik
kayıt

Kitap kulübüne kayıt yaptırmak, tanıtım paketinden sonra üç kitap daha satın almanızı şart koşar - Enrolling in the book club obligates you to buy three more books after the introductory package.

kayıt defteri
(yer) ayırtmak
ayırtm

Üç yer ayırtmak istiyorum. - I'd like to book three seats.

Otelde bir oda ayırtmak zorundayım. - I have to book a hotel room.

(in ile) varışını/geldiğini bildirmek
deftere geçirmek
(up ile) ayırmak
deste

Bu raflar birçok kitabı destekleyemez. - These shelves cannot support so many books.

hun
alısün rehberi
{f} deftere işlemek
{i} senaryo
{f} kaydetmek
angaje etmek ismini kaydetmek
{i} kitap; cilt
telefon rehberi
kitapın
kitapta
booking
rezervasyon

Online alışveriş ve rezervasyonun büyümesi tüketiciler için hayatı oldukça iyileştirdi. - The growth of online shopping and booking has greatly improved life for the consumers.

O gezileri rezervasyona gelince çok titizdir. - He's very fastidious when it comes to booking trips.

book design
kitap tasarımı
book entry
(Ticaret) hesaben saklama
book fold
(Bilgisayar) katlı kitap
book fold
(Bilgisayar) kitap katlaması
book holder
kitap sehpası
book id
(Bilgisayar) kitap no
book lists
kitap listeleri
book loss
(Ticaret) defter zararı
book lung
(Biyoloji) kitap akciğeri
book mark
(Kitap) kitap işareti
book muslin
mermerşahi
book sale
(Bilgisayar) kitap satışı
book shelf
kitap rafı
book size
kitap ebadı
book store
kitapçı

Otelde bir kitapçı var mıdır? - Is there a book store in the hotel?

Ben bu kitabı istasyonun önündeki kitapçıda aldım. - I bought this book at the book store in front of the station.

book style
(Bilgisayar) kitap stili
book value
(Ticaret) net defter değeri
book bag
çanta
book binding
mücellitlik
book credit
açık kredi
book debts
defterlerin arz ettiği alacaklar
book entries
defter kayıtları
book fair
kitap fuarı
book in
geldiğini bildirmek
book inventory
muhasebe içi envanter
book of account
muhasebe defteri
book of authorized signature
imza sirküleri
book of final entry
son giriş kayıtları defteri
book of maps
atlas
book of original entry
ilk giriş kayıtları defteri
book review
kitap eleştirisi
book seller
kitapçı
book surplus
defter fazlalığı
book up
rezerve etmek
book up
tutmak
book up
ayırmak
book value
defter değeri
book value
maliyet
book value
muhasebe değeri
book week
kitap haftası
book a table
rezerve etmek
book binder
kitap bağlayıcı
book case
kitap halinde
book catalogue
kitap kataloğu
book craft
kitap zanaat
book crossing
kitap geçiş
book debt
deftere geçirilen borç
book holder
kitap tutucu
book keeping
Muhasebe, defter tutma
book launch
kitap başlatmak
book louse
kitap biti
book lover
kitap lover
book monger
kitap satıcı
book of genesis
doğusu kitap
book of reference
referans kitabı
book of revelation
vahiy kitabı
book plate
kitap plaka
book profit
defterlerin arz ettiği kâr, muhasebe kârı
book reviewer
kitap eleştirmen
book s.o. into a hotel
biri için otelde rezervasyon yapmak
book s.t. to s.o.´s account
ıng. bir şeyi birinin hesabına yazmak
book store
kitapçı, kitap satan dükkân yada mağaza
book token
kitap töken
book worm
Bkz: bookworm
book wrapper
kitap wrapper
bookish
kitapsever
booking
yer ayırtma
booking
kaydetme
bookish
okumayı seven kimse
booked
temsil için anlaşmış
booked
kayıtlı
booked
{s} rezerve edilmiş
booked
kitapların devrilmemesi için iki yana konan destek
booked
{s} ayırtılmış
booked
{s} ayrılmış

Bu akşam için ayrılmış Boston'a bir geri uçuşum var. - I've got a flight back to Boston booked for this evening.

Bütün koltuklar ayrılmış. - All the seats are booked.

booked
bütün yerleri satılmış
booked
{f} ayırt

Biz oyun için koltukları ayırttık. - We booked seats for the play.

Handa benim için bir oda ayırttı. - He booked a room for me at the inn.

booked
bookend kitap desteği
booked
booked lanmış
booking
bilet gişesi
booking
(birinin hesabına) yazma
booking
bilet alma
booking
(Askeri) zabıt tutma
booking
book ceza kes/ayır
booking
(Sinema) kiralama
booking
i., İng
booking
{f} ayırt
booking
temsil veya konser için anlaşma
booking
(Kanun) kayıt yapma
booking
ayırtarak
booking
ayırt etme
booking
{i} rezarvasyon
booking
(Ticaret) deftere geçirme
booking
(Askeri) ZABIT TUTMA, SUÇ KAYIT İŞLEMİ: Bir askeri inzibat merkezi kayıt kısmında, tutuklanan bir şahıs için yapılan tam işlem ve kayıt işleri
booking
deftere kaydetme
booking
yazma (bir kimsenin hesabına)
booking
rezervasyon yapma
booking
(Askeri) suç kayıt işlemi
bookish
edebi
bookish
kitaplara ait veya bağlı
bookish
bookishnesskitap düşkünlüğü
bookish
okumaya ve kitaplara düşkün
bookish
kitaplarla ilgili
bookish
kitabi
bookish
okumaya düşkün
bookish
hayat tecrübesinden fazla kitaplara bağlı olan
books
defter/kitap
bookish
kitaba bağlı kalmış
book keeping
(Ticaret) defter tutma
book review
kitap incelemesi
bookable
(yer/vb.) ayırtılabilir
booked
defterde kayıtlı
booked
yeri ayrılmış
bookish
kitabî
book a table
Yemek için masa ayırtmak, masa rezevasyonu yapmak
book of
Kitabın
book up
kitap
bookable
(yer, vb.) ayirtilabilir
books
kitaplar

Benim kitaplarım Rumence, onunkiler ise İngilizce. - My books are in Romanian; hers are in English.

Yarın kitapları kütüphaneye götüreceğim. - Tomorrow, I'll take the books to the library.

the book
kitap

Kitap için beş dolar ödedim. - I paid five dollars for the book.

Yarın kitapları kütüphaneye götüreceğim. - Tomorrow, I'll take the books to the library.

book in
İng., bak. check in
book review
kitap eleştirisi. book s.o. into a hotel biri için otelde rezervasyon yapmak
book value
muhasebe maliyeti
bookable
ayırtılabilir
books
book ceza kes/ayır
İngilizce - İngilizce
The script of a musical
four of a kind
A colloquial reference to a book award, a recognition for receiving the highest grade in a class (traditionally an actual book, but recently more likely a letter or certificate acknowledging the achievement)
To penalise (someone) for an offence

The police booked him for driving too fast.

A long document stored (as data) that is or will become a book; an e-book
A collection of sheets of paper bound together to hinge at one edge, containing printed or written material, pictures, etc. If initially blank, commonly referred to as a notebook

She opened the book to page 37 and began to read aloud.

To receive the highest grade in a class

The top three students had a bet on which one was going to book their intellectual property class.

A long work fit for publication, typically prose, such as a novel or textbook, and typically published as such a bound collection of sheets

I have three copies of his first book.

To write down

They booked that message from the hill.

A major division of a long work

Many readers find the first book of A Tale of Two Cities to be confusing.

A convenient collection, in a form resembling a book, of small paper items for individual use

a book of raffle tickets.

To reserve (something) for future use

I can book tickets for the concert next week.

Records of the accounts of a business
To travel very fast

He was really booking, until he passed the speed trap.

A record of betting (from the use of a notebook to record what each person has bet)

I'm running a book on who is going to win the race.

To leave

He was here earlier, but he booked.

{i} printed work which is bound together; publication; notebook; bundle, set of things (such as: stamps, matches, tickets and more) bound together
A book is a number of pieces of paper, usually with words printed on them, which are fastened together and fixed inside a cover of stronger paper or cardboard. Books contain information, stories, or poetry, for example. His eighth book came out earlier this year and was an instant best-seller the author of a book on politics. reference books
{f} record, inscribe; indicate; order in advance; reserve
Pieces of uncured gum rubber or rubber-coated fabric placed between cloth pages or canvas sheets to prevent cohesion
{v} to enter in a book, note down, register
{n} a volume in which we read or write
Preliminary indications of interest rate on the part of potential buyers of an IPO Also, the record of activity in the syndicate account
To reserve a particular room, space or service for a particular time with payment agreed upon
To mark out for; to destine or assign for; as, he is booked for the valedictory
to cook the books: see cook to take a leaf from someone's book: see leaf. Written (or printed) message of considerable length, meant for circulation and recorded on any of various materials that are durable and light enough to be easily portable. The papyrus roll of ancient Egypt is more nearly the direct ancestor of the modern book than is the clay tablet; examples of both date to 3000 BC. Somewhat later, the Chinese independently created an extensive scholarship based on books, many made of wood or bamboo strips bound with cords. Lampblack ink was introduced in China AD 400 and printing from wooden blocks in the 6th century. The Greeks adopted the papyrus roll and passed it on to the Romans. The parchment or vellum codex superseded the papyrus roll by AD 400. Medieval parchment or vellum leaves were prepared from the skins of animals. By the 15th century, paper manuscripts were common. Printing spread rapidly in the late 15th century. Subsequent technical achievements, such as the development of offset printing, improved many aspects of book culture. In the late 1990s, downloadable electronic books became available over the Internet. Book of Changes book club Book of Common Prayer Book of Kells Book of the Dead comic book Domesday Book Godey's Lady's Book International Standard Book Number Mormon Book of Revelation Book of Book of Brightness Book of Splendour Book of the Law Mendele the Book Peddler Four Books
When a referee books a football player who has seriously broken the rules of the game, he or she officially writes down the player's name. League referee Keith Cooper booked him in the first half for a tussle with the goalie
Any work which is printed and bound, distinguished from a magazine, tract, etc Pictures may be used on the cover or inside Usually has a unique ISBN reference number
RETURN - A place to return books borrowed from the library Book return slots are located in the Circulation Desks in the Libraries Outside book returns for returning books when the library is not open are in the following locations: a drive up book return at the end of the driveway between the RBD Library and Spidle Hall; a walkup book return to the left facing the Mell Street entrance of RBD Library; and an outside return box to the left of the entrance to the Library of Architecture, Design, and Construction in Dudley Commons
When used as a noun, the compiled actives trades of a firm at a given time; when used as a verb, the act of closing a deal that will become part of a firm's "book "
arrange for and reserve (something for someone else) in advance; "reserve me a seat on a flight"; "The agent booked tickets to the show for the whole family"; "please hold a table at Maxim's"
register in a hotel booker
the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina
An item in the library that is not a journal, pamphlet, piece of computer software, video etc is usually referred to as a book
To enter, write, or register in a book or list
Six tricks taken by one side, in the game of whist; in certain other games, two or more corresponding cards, forming a set
engage for a performance; "Her agent had booked her for several concerts in Tokyo"
CAMS term; refers to the taxability and depreciation of equipment DPAs will only use the Stanford CAMS book
A book of something such as stamps, matches, or tickets is a small number of them fastened together between thin cardboard covers. Can I have a book of first class stamps please?
In a very long written work such as the Bible, a book is one of the sections into which it is divided. see also booking, cheque book, phone book
physical objects consisting of a number of pages bound together; "he used a large book as a doorstop" a number of sheets ticket or stamps etc
A process done by police at the time of arrest which involves fingerprinting, photographing, and writing down personal data
means a printed work, bound between covers
from “b’hook” or “claw of fate” - a lure once used by ancient libraries to tempt people to enter them, where the head librarian would then be free to sacrifice them to their favourite god Many modern libraries however have not thought any further beyond the luring and so people are able to escape from them, and very often with the book that the library sought to tempt them with This gives an alternative possible reason for the Hooke Library being so called - it is a reminder of the origin of book
If you bring someone to book, you punish them for an offence or make them explain their behaviour officially. Police should be asked to investigate so that the guilty can be brought to book soon
To accept wagers on the outcome of a sport or similarly uncertain event (Race and Sports Book)
A composition, written or printed; a treatise
or Book of Business - That business which has been written in a given category You might refer to a program’s book of business or an agent’s book of business
a major division of a long written composition; "the book of Isaiah"
A collection of sheets of paper, or similar material, blank, written, or printed, bound together; commonly, many folded and bound sheets containing continuous printing or writing
the sacred writings of the Christian religions; "he went to carry the Word to the heathen"
Book is one whole concept, e g a complete course or story Reading rights are given per book
A collection of leaves of paper, parchment, vellum, or other material (whether written, printed, or blank), affixed in in some manner to one another, with or without a case or cover Also, a literary work or one of its volumes
a number of sheets ticket or stamps etc
A group of of bids and asks and their associated sizes A book is normally ordered by decreasing price for bids and increasing prices for asks The highest bid is usually called the current bid The lowest ask is usually called the current ask When the bid price is equal to or exceeding the ask price, i e Spread transactions take place immediately
physical objects consisting of a number of pages bound together; "he used a large book as a doorstop"
To enter the name of (any one) in a book for the purpose of securing a passage, conveyance, or seat; as, to be booked for Southampton; to book a seat in a theater
Originally each book of the Bible was a single scroll or a distinct set of scrolls - all of the scrolls were translated and copied into a single volume for the first time by Jerome during the third century after Christ In modern Bibles, the books are indicated with large titles, and quite often with scholarly introductions There are 72 books in most modern Bibles, because of recent archaeological discoveries; the King James Bible and older versions of the Revised Standard version have 66 books
The summary of currency positions held by a dealer, desk, or room A total of the assets and liabilities If the average maturity of the book is less than that of the assets, the bank is said to be running a short and open book Passing the Book refers normally to transferring the trading of the Banks positions to another office at the close of the day, e g from London to New York
a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone; "Al Smith used to say, `Let's look at the record'"; "his name is in all the recordbooks"
a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together); "I am reading a good book on economics"
a record in which commercial accounts are recorded; "they got a subpoena to examine our books"
" A volume or collection of sheets in which accounts are kept; a register of debts and credits, receipts and expenditures, etc
A major division of a published work, larger than a chapter, commonly an academic publication or the Bible
bound together on one edge; "he bought a book of stamps"
a number of sheets (ticket or stamps etc ) bound together on one edge; "he bought a book of stamps"
In my book means `in my opinion' or `according to my beliefs'. The greatest manager there has ever been, or ever will be in my book, is retiring. = to my mind
record a charge in a police register; "The policeman booked her when she tried to solicit a man"
A general classification to describe papers used to print books; its standard size is 25x38 inches A printed work which contains more than 64 pages
A bound publication of 49 or more pages that is not a magazine or periodical
Book of Common Prayer
The book containing the liturgy of the Church of England; compiled by Thomas Cranmer in 1549 following the Act of Uniformity
Book of Mormon
A sacred text of the Latter-Day Saint movement, published in 1830 by Joseph Smith, Jr
Book of the Dead
The ancient Egyptian funerary text
book award
In law school, an award or recognition for receiving the highest grade in a class (traditionally an actual book, but recently more likely a letter or certificate acknowledging the achievement)
book awards
plural form of book award
book burning
The destruction, removal, or recalling of books, motion pictures, electronic games, the taking of television programs off the air, or the shutting down of Web sites as a form of censorship, especially motivated by religious or political objections to the material
book club
A group of people who meet to discuss the books they have been reading
book club
A commercial organization offering subscribers a selection of books from a catalogue
book clubs
plural form of book club
book entries
plural form of book entry
book entry
A bond or similar security for which no certificate is issued, but ownership is recorded on computer
book keeping
Maintaining the accounts, by written record in the books, or by electronic data entries
book lung
A lamellate respiratory organ found in arachnids
book of condolence
a book, containing blank leaves, in which people may sign their name and write a short message as a symbol of sympathy; often in response to a high profile death or series of deaths
book signing
An event where an author signs copies of her/his books for fans
book signings
plural form of book signing
book up
To reserve or book all of something, for example by purchasing all the tickets
book value
The price for which an item or service should be bought or sold, usually as related in a printed collection of prices for similar items or services
book value
The value of an asset as reflected on an entity's accounting books, without accounting for appreciation or depreciation
book-burning
The practice of destroying books by fire because of moral, religious or political objections to the material they contain
book-learned
Versed in books; having knowledge derived from books

Whate'er these book-learned blockheads say, Solon's the veriest fool in all the play — Dryden.

book-learning
Knowledge acquired from reading books, as opposed to knowledge gained through experience or feeling; theoretical or academic knowledge as opposed to practical or common-sensical knowledge

Harry's education has included book learning and practical learning, but he's been absorbing the lessons of the heart as well—kindness, courage, loyalty, and the virtue that Dumbledore places above all others: love.

book-signing
Attributive form of book signing

book-signing tour.

book out
Leave or cause to leave a hotel
bookable
Warranting of a booking (a yellow card)

The player was sent off for two bookable offences.

bookable
Able to be booked or reserved

All the seats for the show are bookable.

booking
The process of photographing, fingerprinting and recording identifying data of a suspect following arrest
booking
The issuing of a caution which is, in theory at least, written down in a book, and results in a yellow card or (after two bookings) a red card
booking
The act or process of writing something down in (a) book(s), e.g. in accounting
bookish
Given to reading; fond of study; better acquainted with books than with people; learned from books

From a child I was fond of reading, and all the little money that came into my hands was ever laid out in books. This bookish inclination at length determined my father to make me a printer, though he had already one son (James) of that profession.

bookish
Characterized by a method of expression generally found in books

Obviously, neither Corneille nor the characters who laugh at excessively bookish speech avoid literary convention.

books
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of book
books
plural form of book
books
Accounting records
books
A company's accounting records, such as ledgers and journals
books
{i} set of reports
bookish
{a} much given to reading, studious
Bookish
wonkish
book store
A bookstore or bookshop is a retailer that primarily sells books. The bookstores may be either part of a chain, or one of the local independent
booker
Someone who engages a person or company for performances, (synonym) booking agent
A book
bible
A book
monograph
Booker
Booker Prize 2002- Man Booker Prize Washington Booker Taliaferro
Bookish
booky
Bookish
literary
book in
When you book into a hotel or when you book in, you officially state that you have arrived to stay there, usually by signing your name in a register. He was happy to book into the Royal Pavilion Hotel Today Mahoney booked himself into one of the best hotels in Sydney = check in, check into check out, check out of
book keeper
financial manager, one who maintains financial records
book keeping
person who keeps a systematic record of business transactions
book review
a critical review of a book (usually a recently published book)
book review
survey of a book, literary criticism
book token
a gift voucher that can be exchanged for books costing up to am amount given on the voucher
book token
voucher to purchase a book with
book token
a card that you can exchange for books
book up
book all available places or tickets
book value
A company's assets, minus any liabilities and intangible assets Book value is literally the value of a company that can be found in the accounting ledger and is often represented as a per-share value by taking the company's shareholder equity and dividing by the current number of shares outstanding
book value
the value at which an asset is carried on a balance sheet; equals cost minus accumulated depreciation
book value
the net worth of a company including intangible assets minus the redemption value of any outstanding preferred stock
book value
The difference between a company's assets and its liabilities, usually expressed in per-share terms Book value is what would be left over for shareholders if the company were sold and its debt retired It takes into account all money invested in the company since its founding, as well as retained earnings It is calculated by subtracting total liabilities from total assets and dividing the result by the number of shares outstanding Examining the price-to-book ratio (P/B) of an industrial company with a lot of hard assets is a good way of telling if it's undervalued or overvalued See "Price/Book Value " BACK TO TOP
book value
Book value of a stock is determined from a company's balance sheet by adding all current and fixed assets and then deducting all debts, other liabilities and the liquidation price of any preferred issues The sum arrived at is divided by the number of common shares outstanding and the result is book value per common share
book value
An accounting term The book value of a stock is determined by adding up all of a company's assets and then deducting all of its debt and liabilities, including the liquidation price of any preferred issues This sum is then divided by the number of common shares outstanding and the result is book value per common share Book value of a company's assets or of a security may have little relationship to the market value
book value
worth according to a standard price list
book value
Total assets minus intangible assets and liabilities, such as debt A company's book value might be more or less than its market value
book value
A company's book value is total assets minus intangible assets and liabilities such as debt Book value might be more or less than the market value of the company
book value
An accounting term The book value of a stock is determined from a company's records, by adding all assets then deducting all debts and other liabilities, plus the liquidation price of any preferred issues The sum arrived at is divided by the number of common shares outstanding and the result is book value per common share Book value of the assets of a company or a security may have little relationship to fair market value
book value
This is an accounting measure that gives the net worth of an asset according to its carrying value on the company's balance sheet
book value
Refers to the value of assets as shown in the official accounting records of the company (G)
book value
An accounting term Book value of a stock is determined from a company's records, by adding all assets then deducting all debts and other liabilities, plus the liquidation price of any preferred issues The sum arrived at is divided by the number of common shares outstanding and the result is book value per common share Book value of the assets of a company or a security may have little relationship to market value
book value
A company's total assets minus intangible assets and liabilities, such as debt
book value
The cash value of a business which, after all debts are paid, belongs to the owners of a company shareholders liquidated This is calculated by looking at the balance sheet and subtracting the company's liabilities and value of preferred shares from its assets, and then dividing what is left by the total number of common shares outstanding
book value
Net value of a company's securities, calculated by using the followingformula: Total assets minus intangible assets (goodwill, patents, etc ) minus currentliabilities minus any long-term liabilities and equity issues that have a prior claim (subtracting them here has the effect of treating them as paid) equals total net assets available for payment of the issue under consideration
book value
the value of a company as calculated by the balance sheet This is seldom the same as the market value because the book value is what is estimated on paper the company is worth, counting all its assets and taking away all its liabilities, whereas the market value is whatever a buyer is prepared to pay, and that might reflect all sorts of other calculations (such as potential)
book value
A company's book value is: Total Assets minus intangible assets and liabilities such as debt A company's book value might be more or less than the market value of the company OR The net amount shown in the accounts for an asset, liability, or owners' equity item
book value
A company's total assets minus intangible assets and liabilities, such as debt A company's book value might be higher or lower than its market value Book is an accounting measurement
book value
The net amount at which an asset or asset group appears on the books of account, as distinguished from its market value or some intrinsic value Represents the amount appearing in an asset account less any applicable accumulated depreciation or other valuation account
book value
A company's common stock equity as it appears on a balance sheet, equal to total assets minus liabilities, preferred stock, and intangible assets such as goodwill The value of an asset as it appears on a balance sheet, equal to cost minus accumulated depreciation Book value often differs substantially from market price, especially in knowledge industries such as high-tech
book value
Common shareholder's equity on a per share basis It is calculated by subtracting liabilities from assets and dividing the result by the number of outstanding shares of stock The book value is not necessarily the same as the market value
book value
The cash value of a business which, after all debts are paid, belongs to the owners of a company - or the shareholders - if the company is liquidated This is calculated by looking at the balance sheet and subtracting the company's liabilities and value of preferred shares from its assets, and then dividing what is left by the total number of common shares outstanding
book value
Balance sheet measure of a company’s net worth Generally calculated from total assets minus total liabilities, including any preferred shares, and often expressed as a per-share value when divided by the company’s number of outstanding common shares Although used as a measure of a company’s fundamental net worth, it may prove deceptive A company’s assets as expressed on its "books" often includes arbitrary adjustment for depreciation and does not take into account their fair market value if they were to be sold
book value
- The unadjusted historical cost of assets minus liabilities found from a business' balance sheet This is an appraisal minefield Some CPA's use book value as a quick and dirty approach when valuing a business When assets include real estate and a lot of equipment, the result may be considerably skewed from Fair Market Value Adjustments for accounts receivable and inventory may be warranted, too Doing this creates adjusted book value which is a more accurate reflection of a going concern
book value
The value of an asset, a liability, or a stockholders' equity account For a fixed asset, it is typically the cost of the asset minus accumulated depreciation As companies continue to use fixed assets to generate revenue, the book values lessen, and sometimes ultimately reach zero See also depreciation
book value
In business, the book value of an asset is the value it is given in the account books of the company that owns it. The insured value of the airplane was greater than its book value. The monetary amount by which an asset is valued in business records, a figure not necessarily identical to the amount the asset could bring on the open market
bookable
If something such as a theatre seat or plane ticket is bookable, it can be booked in advance. Tours leave from Palma and are bookable at some hotels or any travel agency
bookable
subject to being reserved or booked; "all seats bookable in advance
bookable
{s} reservable, can be ordered in advance
bookable
In sports such as football, a bookable offence is an action for which a player can be officially warned by the referee. Both men were dismissed for a second bookable offence
booked
{s} reserved, ordered in advance; recorded, inscribed
booked
Acceptance of a contract for advertising time/space
booked
The number of seats or spaces reserved
booked
On the way; destined
booked
Hotel rooms, airline tickets or other travel services held for a specific client
booked
past of book
booked
Registered
booked
A term referring to a player's name being written down by a referee for either a yellow or red card infraction
booked
reserved in advance
booked
Orders that are not traded immediately up entry are booked Booked orders are also known as outstanding orders
booker
The individual responsible for angles, finishes, hiring and firing in a promotion
booker
Bookers are agency based and liase directly with the 2nd AD to cast and supply the production's background needs They are the ones who will call you to offer you work
booker
The agent who sold the move and registers it with the carrier
booker
{i} one who orders in advance, one who is registered
booker
A person who gets the jobs for models; the same as an agent
booker
n the individual responsible for angles, finishes, hiring and firing in a promotion
booker
(noun) The person who is in charge of creating storylines, deciding which wrestlers to push, writing TV shows, etc The booker is basically in charge of putting together a product that the fans will find entertaining His position is one of great power and extreme importance In the case of large promotions like the WWF and WCW, there are usually several bookers The booker can be anybody from the promoter himself to an active wrestler on the roster (e g at one time, Kevin Nash in WCW) In the past, members of the WWF booking committee have included Vince McMahon, Jim Ross, Jim Cornette, Bruce Pritchard and Vince Russo
booker
The person or persons who write the storylines that are used for the wrestling shows
booker
The individual responsible for angles, finishes to matches, hiring and firing in a promotion
booker
a person who hires and/or pays comedians to work in nightclubs
booker
Person who comes with angles, picks the winners of matches, comes up with ideas for gimmics, and hires & fires wrestlers
booker
The company which you have chosen to be in charge of your move
booker
in a book; a bookkeeper
booker
One who records transactions, such as reservations
booker
One who makes a reservation
booker
One who enters accounts or names, etc
booker
someone who engages a person or company for performances
booking
An arrangement with a steamship company for the acceptance and carriage of freight
booking
Initial contact between a carrier and a customer for the purpose of setting aside space for an intended trip or shipment
booking
An arrangement with a vessel company for the acceptance and carriage of freight
booking
Term used to refer to a completed sale by a destination, convention center, facility, hotel or supplier (i e convention, meeting, trade show or group business booking)
booking
A reservation for a service, such as accommodation in an hotel
booking
{i} reserving in advance; recording, inscription
booking
The process of photographing, fingerprinting, and recording identifying data of a suspect This process follows the arrest
booking
Items that have been taken out by another borrower, may be booked A hold is then placed on this item and on return, it is reserved for the person requesting it
booking
Act of recording arrangements for the movement of goods by vessel See Also: Bill of Lading
booking
Notification to media owners of space to be reserved
booking
The technique of folding the top and bottom of a wallpaper strip to the center, paste side to paste side This allows the material to "relax" for several minutes so that it can assume its final dimension from the water and/or the paste For booking time, refer to manufacturer's instructions
booking
employment for performers or performing groups that lasts for a limited period of time; "the play had bookings throughout the summer"
booking
A firm commitment to a performer to do a specific job
booking
Folding the ends of a sheet of wallpaper, pasted side to pasted side, toward the middle of the sheet This activates the paste, lets the material relax, and makes the material easier to handle Relaxing period varies with different types of wallpaper
booking
the act of reserving (a place or passage) or engaging the services of (a person or group); "wondered who had made the booking
booking
When applying paste onto wallcoverings, the procedure of folding pasted surfaces together for easier handling
booking
A booking is the arrangement that you make when you book something such as a hotel room, a table at a restaurant, a theatre seat, or a place on public transport. I suggest you tell him there was a mistake over his late booking. = reservation
booking
The offering by a shipper of cargo for transport and the acceptance of the offering by the carrier or his agent
booking
present participle of book
booking
The process of photographing, fingerprinting and recording identifying data of a suspect This process follows the arrest
booking
means notification to a Performer and acceptance by the Performer of an engagement on a definite date or dates
booking
The act of requesting space and equipment aboard a vessel for cargo which is to be transported
booking
The process of capturing inked finger images on paper, for subsequent processing by an AFIS
booking
- A scheduling of the talent and staff that will work on a shoot or photo session
booking
This is an assignment
booking
the act of reserving (a place or passage) or engaging the services of (a person or group); "wondered who had made the booking"
booking
The client may reserve the rights for a particular program or service
booking
The issuing of a caution which is, in theory at least, written down in a book. In practice this may be indicated by showing a yellow card or red card
booking
Advanced arrangements made for a specific shipment, similar to a reservation
booking
The engagement of a performer for a particular performance
booking
A term used to describe how wallpaper is folded after it is either pasted or pulled through a water tray Generally the top of the wallpaper is LOOSELY folded (not creased) shorter on the top and longer on the bottom end and allowed to book (relax) per manufacturers recommendation (generally 5 to 10 minutes )
booking
in import / export, is an arrangement with a shipping company to load and carry a shipment BOOK VALUE is an accounting term, which usually refers to a business' historical cost of assets less liabilities The book value of a stock is determined from a company's records by adding all assets (generally excluding such intangibles as goodwill), then deducting all debts and other liabilities, plus the liquidation price of any preferred stock issued The sum arrived at is divided by the number of common shares outstanding and the result is the book value per common share Book value of the assets of a company may have little or no significant relationship to market value
booking
An actual job Not to be confused with an audition or callback A booking is the actual hiring of a particular performer for work
bookish
{s} literary; fond of reading
bookish
characterized by diligent study and fondness for reading; "a bookish farmer who always had a book in his pocket"; "a quiet studious child
bookish
characterized by diligent study and fondness for reading; "a bookish farmer who always had a book in his pocket"; "a quiet studious child"
bookish
Characterized by a method of expression generally found in books; formal; labored; pedantic; as, a bookish way of talking; bookish sentences
bookish
disapproval Someone who is bookish spends a lot of time reading serious books. = studious. someone who is bookish is more interested in reading and studying than in sports or other activities
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