accumulation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} birikinti
{i} birikim

Bir bulut gökyüzünde su buharının bir birikimidir. - A cloud is an accumulation of water vapour in the sky.

{i} toplanma
(Ticaret) sermaye birikimi
(Tıp) akümülasyon
biriktirme
toplama
yığılma
yığma
{i} yığın
biriktirilip sermayeye eklenen faiz
biriktirilmiş veya toplanmış şeyler
(Tıp) Biriken
(Tekstil) 1. biriktirme (toplama) 2. teksif etme 3. yığmak (biriktirmek, depolamak, kümelemek, toplamak, depo etmek)
(Tıp) Üstüste verilen ilaçların birikmesi
birik
birikme
accumulation of capital
sermaye birikimi
accumulation of energy
enerji birikimi
accumulation of heat
ısı birikimi
accumulation point
yığılma noktası
accumulation of liquid
sıvı birikimi
accumulation reserve
birikimi rezerv
accumulation curve
biriktirme eğrisi
accumulation factor
(Ticaret) bileşik faiz faktörü
accumulation of capital
(Ticaret) kapital birikimi
accumulation of dust
(Tekstil) toz toplama
accumulation of fibres
(Tekstil) 1. elyaf kümesi 2. elyaf birikmesi
accumulation of fly
(Tekstil) uçan elyafın birikmesi
accumulation of sand
kum yığılması
accumulation of sand
kum birikmesi
accumulation outlet
biriktirici boşaltım
accumulation outlet
biriktirici tahliye
accumulation point
(Matematik) yığılma kümesi
accumulation ratio
(Tıp) birikim oranı
primitive accumulation
(Felsefe) ilk birikim
capital accumulation
sermaye birikimi
capital accumulation regime
(Finans) Sermaye birikimi rejimi
excess oil accumulation
aşırı yağlanma
flexible accumulation
Esnek birikim: David Harvey'in Fordism'den Post-Fordism'e geçişte etkisinin olduğunu savunduğu kuram
flexible accumulation
(Ekonomi) Esnek birikim: Kapitalist dünyayı 1970’lerden beri yakından inceleyen araştırmacıların çoğu kapitalist üretim örgütlenmesini, tüketim ve birikimde önemli bazı şeylerin oluştuğunu belirtmektedir. Genellikle “post-fordizm”, “esnek uzmanlaşma” ve “esnek birikim” terimleriyle ifade edilen bu değişikliklerin doğası ile ilgili tartışmalar “esneklik” düşüncesine yakınlaşma eğilimindedir
earthquake accumulation
(Sigorta) deprem kümülü
electricity accumulation
elektrik birikmesi
projected accumulation
(Sigorta,Ticaret) muhtemel birikim
projected accumulation benefit
(Ticaret) muhtemel birikim
zone of accumulation
birikme kuşağı
zone of accumulation
birikim zonu
İngilizce - İngilizce
The action of experienced investors buying an asset from inexperienced investors when the price of the asset is low
The continuous growth of capital by retention of interest or savings
The concurrence of several titles to the same proof
The act of accumulating, the state of being accumulated, or that which is accumulated; as, an accumulation of earth, of sand, of evils, of wealth, of honors
An accumulation of something is a large number of things which have been collected together or acquired over a period of time. an accumulation of experience and knowledge
{n} an heaping up, heap, increase
The value of all of an individual's units of participation in annuities or other funds until income payments begin
The acquisition of fixed assets, stocks of non-durable goods, land, mineral deposits and other non-reproducible tangible assets, financial assets, patents, copyrights and other tangible assets during a period of account less the incurrence of liabilities This is gross accumulation Net accumulation is gross accumulation during a period reduced by the consumption of fixed capital
the addition of snow and ice to a glacier Acid Rain rain that contains a high concentration of pollutants, notably sulphur and nitrogen Administrative Region a defined area in which governmental, commercial and other organisations carry out administrative functions
Buying shares over a period of time For an individual investor, this just means buying additional shares of a stock you already own For an institution, however, it may mean making a series of purchases rather than one large purchase that could drive up the market price
An audience-counting method, where each person exposed to a specific vehicle is counted once within a certain time period
A group of coins, sometimes not of any certain type or date Also can be a "hoard"
an increase by natural growth or addition
Quantities of coins, tokens and other numismatic material which has not been sorted, classified, attributed nor organized in any meaningful way, unlike a true coin collection
a disorganized pile of coins just waiting for a numismatist's touch to turn it into a coin collection
Repeated doses of a chemical may result in its concentration in an organism, organ or tissue increasing progressively and the toxic effects may become more marked with successive doses Factors involved in accumulation include selective binding of the chemical to tissue molecules, concentration of fat soluble chemicals in body fat, absent or slow metabolism, and slow excretion Accumulation is a mass balance effect where input exceeds output
A period where the investors' share of principal payments, on securitized loan investments, is paid into a principal funding account designed to accumulate amounts so that the certificates can be paid in full on the expected final payments date
All processes, which include snowfall, condensation, avalanching, snow transport by wind, and freezing of liquid water, that add snow or ice to a glacier, floating ice, or snow cover The term also includes the amount of snow or other solid precipitation added to a glacier or snowfield by these processes (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
An addition to a trader's original market position The first of three distinct phases in a major trend in which investors are buying
An aggregation, or a build-up of exposure in the same area Often used to describe the summing together of policies, which could all be affected by a catastrophe peril (such as earthquake or windstorm) The unknown accumulation of reinsurance exposures was one of the factors, which caused severe losses to reinsurers and Lloyd's Syndicates with events such as the Piper Alpha loss
The first phase of a Bull Market The period when far-sighted investors began to buy shares from discouraged or distressed sellers Financial reports are usually at their worst and the public is completely disgusted with the stock market Volume is only moderate, but beginning to increase on the rallies
A miscellaneous grouping of coins, often as a monetary hoard Opposite of a coin collection A second use is as a grouping of a particular date, type, or series (Example: an accumulation-of Bust Halves )
several things grouped together or considered as a whole
(finance) profits that are not paid out as dividends but are added to the capital base of the corporation
When the volumes traded in a share start to pick up while the share price moves sideways or upwards, this is known as an accumulation phase It indicates that the share is becoming stronger – after a period of accumulation, the supply of shares will be exceeded by the demand and this may lead to a sharp upwards move in the share price
In the context of corporate finance, refers to profits that are added to the capital base of the company rather than paid out as dividends See: Accumulated profits tax In the context of investments, refers to the purchase by an institutional broker of a large number of shares over a period of time in order to avoid pushing the price of that share up In the context of mutual funds, refers to the regular investing of a fixed amount while reinvesting dividends and capital gains
This is another way of saying: professional buying A stock is under accumulation when volume expands on days when price moves up
Income earned by accumulating funds, such as stock dividends, interest from bonds, etc , is automatically added back to fund assets and reinvested rather than being distributed among investors This automatic reinvestment results in compounded earnings
The skill of accumulating and retaining other skills, demonstrated by taking Topic Block exams
This is another way of saying: professional buying A stock is under accumulation when volume expands on days when prices move up
the act of accumulating
Repeating a sequence with the addition of one movement each time (e g 1, 12, 123, etc)
The development of a bank of homogeneous products with similar production or demand requirements p 356
Accumulation is the collecting together of things over a period of time. the accumulation of capital and the distribution of income
{i} gathering; collection; agglomeration, pile
buildup
accumulation point
A point such that in each of its punctured neighborhoods there is a point of a given set or sequence
accumulation points
plural form of accumulation point
accumulation of capital
(Finans) The accumulation of capital refers simply to the gathering or amassment of objects of value; the increase in wealth; or the creation of wealth. Capital can be generally defined as assets invested for profit. In economics, accounting and Marxian economics, capital accumulation is often equated with investment, especially in real capital goods. The concentration and centralisation of capital are two of the results of such accumulation (see below)
accumulation of liquid
collection of fluid, amount of liquid that has accumulated over a period of time
capital accumulation
(Finans) The accumulation of capital refers simply to the gathering or amassment of objects of value; the increase in wealth; or the creation of wealth. Capital can be generally defined as assets invested for profit. In economics, accounting and Marxian economics, capital accumulation is often equated with investment, especially in real capital goods. The concentration and centralisation of capital are two of the results of such accumulation (see below)
flexible accumulation
(Ekonomi) The use of innovative industrial technologies, adaptable inter-firm relations, variable organizational structures, and flexible consumption patterns, as a response to competition for newly industrializing and less developed countries, and to the saturation and fragmentation of markets within more economically developed countries. Flexible accumulation is usually the stage after Fordism
accumulations
Percentage additions to policy benefits when the contract is continuously renewed (LI)
accumulations
plural of accumulation
accumulations
A former practice which allowed an English Trust to accumulate income throughout its perpetuity period Some common law jurisdictions still allow this practice
accumulations
Percentage additions to policy benefits when the contract is continuously renewed
annual investment accumulation table
table that displays future value of a long term savings plan
accumulation