face value

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(deyim) dış görünüş
nominal değer
yazılı değer

Seninle son derece açık yüreklilikle konuşacağım bu yüzden söyleyeceğim her şeyi üzerinde yazılı değerden almanı istiyorum. - I'm going to speak to you with utmost candor so I want you to take everything I'm about to say at face value.

itibari kıymet
ön değer
dış görünüşe göre değer
görünür değer
üzerinde yazılı değer

Seninle son derece açık yüreklilikle konuşacağım bu yüzden söyleyeceğim her şeyi üzerinde yazılı değerden almanı istiyorum. - I'm going to speak to you with utmost candor so I want you to take everything I'm about to say at face value.

tic. nominal değer, itibari değer
at face value
(deyim) Olduğu gibi, aynen, göründüğü gibi, duyulduğu gibi, harfiyyen
at face value
(deyim) What öne can actually hear, read, or see; literally

1. John is so honest that you can take his words at face value. 2. This store's advertisements are honest; take them at face value.

at face value
Görünüşte, görünüşe bakılırsa, görünüşe bakıldığında
take something at face value
(deyim) Ciddiye almak

You shouldn’t always take his remarks at face value. Söylediklerini her zaman ciddiye almamalısın.

at face value
(deyim) gorundugu gibi
take smth. at it's face value
dış görünüşe göre değerlendirmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
No more or less than what is stated; a literal or direct meaning or interpretation

Please take this comment at face value and don't try to read anything into it.

The amount or value listed on a bill, note, stamp, etc.; the stated value or amount
(deyim) The seeming worth or truth of something: She took his stories at face value and did not know he was joking
(deyim) The worth or price printed on a stamp, bond, note, piece of paper money, etc.: The savings bond had a face value of $25
The value of abond that appears on the faceof the bond, unless the value isotherwise specified by theissuing company Face value is ordinarily the amount theissuing company promises topay at maturity Face value isnot an indication of marketvalue Sometimes referred to aspar value
The price at maturity of a bond It is not normally an indication of current market value
Value that appears on the face of a bond and indicates the value of the bond at maturity Usually, corporate bonds are issued in face values of $1,000, municipal bonds at $5,000, and federal bonds at $10,000 Face value is not an indication of Market Value
The value of an item as set out in the instrument creating it or representing it
The stated nominal value of a security, so called because it is usually the value printed on the face of the legal certificate
The value of a bond that appears on the face of the bond, unless the value is otherwise specified by the issuing company Face value is ordinarily the amount the issuing company promises to pay at maturity Face value is not an indication of market value Sometimes referred to as par value
The nominal value which appears on the face of a document recording an entitlement, generally an amount of money that has to be repaid on the maturity of a debt instrument
the value of a security that is set by the company issuing it; unrelated to market value
The face value of things such as coins, paper money, investment documents, or tickets is the amount of money that they are worth, and that is written on them. Tickets were selling at twice their face value
The value of the note at creation: Sales price minus the down payment, if in first position
The maturity value of a security Also known as par value, principal value, or redemption value
Actual cash discount value (for consumer) of a coupon when redeemed at a retail outlet Factory Pack A special pack produced at the factory which requires some change from normal production procedure and occasionally can require different shelf space in the retail store Fair Trade A principle according to which retailers agree to sell an item at no less than the price agreed upon between the manufacturer and other retailers in the areal Until suspended, such practices were often enforced by a state law (fair-trade law) Feature A retail item being given special sales attention, especially cooperative advertising of a price reduction An important characteristic of a product or service To give a retail item special sales promotion
The par value of a security, as distinct from its market value
The amount stated on the face of the policy which will be paid on the death of the person insured or in some cases when the policy matures Does not include dividends or any reduction if there is an outstanding loan Also known as: Face Amount or Sum Insured
The value of a bond or debenture that appears on the face of the certificate Face value is the amount the issuer promises to pay at maturity Face value is no indication of market value For example, a low grade bond may have a face value of $1000 but can trade at a market price of $130
The value of a bond that appears on the bond, unless the value is otherwise specified by the issuing company Face value is usually the amount the issuing company promises to pay at the maturity date Usually also equals par value
Maturity value of a bond as stated on the certificate; also known as "par value" or "maturity value "
If you take something at face value, you accept it and believe it without thinking about it very much, even though it might untrue. Public statements from the various groups involved should not necessarily be taken at face value
The nominal value of a security
See: Par value
Just like it sounds: The value a bond has printed on its face, usually $1,000 Also known as par value, it represents the amount of principal owed at maturity The bond's actual market value may be higher or lower When a bond's market price fluctuates, it has an impact on its yield If the price drops below the bond's face value, its yield goes up If the price rises above face value, the yield goes down See "When Yield Goes Up, Price Goes Down " BACK TO TOP
the value that is stated on a coin For example: the face value of a Dime is Ten Cents; the collector value of the same coins may be substantially higher
The displayed value on a bond also called principal or par value
Underlying principal amount of a security The value of a bond that appears on the face of the certificate It is almost always the maturity value of the bond It is not an indication of current market value
value printed on something; apparent worth or significance
The principle value of the security
the apparent worth as opposed to the real worth
The principal amount (i e , monetary value) of a bond, note, or mortgage as stated on the certificate and redeemable at maturity A corporate bond, for example, may have a $1,000 face value, and although that price can fluctuate between the date of issue and the date of maturity, the bond will be redeemed at face value when it matures, unless the issuer defaults The face value is also the dollar amount on which interest payments are calculated, so an 8% bond with a face value of $1,000 will pay bondholders $80 a year Face value is also known as par value Fluctuation The changes, either up or down, in the prices and yields (where applicable) of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other investments Growth and income fund A type of mutual fund that seeks long-term growth of capital, current income, and growth of income These funds tend to concentrate on stocks of large, dividend-paying companies with good prospects for future earnings growth
The amount of money printed on the face of the certificate of a security; the original dollar amount of indebtedness incurred
Alternative spelling of face value
accept something at its face value
{f} accept something as is
face value