depository

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الإنجليزية - التركية
emanetçi
depo
ambar
(Mukavele) depo; banka kasası; güvenilen kimse
{i} depo, ardiye
depository institutions
emanetçi kurumlar
depository library
emanetçi kütüphane
depository institution capital
(Ticaret) mevduat kurumu sermayesi
american depository receipt
amerikan emanetçi makbuz
american depository receipt
(Ekonomi) Amerikan mevduat alındısı
depositories
Yatırım içinde
global depository receipt
Global Saklama Makbuzu
limited depository account
(Askeri) limitli depo hesabı
limited depository bank
(Askeri) MAHDUT YETKİLİ HAZİNE BANKASI: Bir yabancı devlet, teritori veya ABD dış topraklarında (possessions) bulunan hazine bankası
special records depository
(Askeri) ÖZEL ARŞİV MAHZENİ: Yürürlükte olmayan belirli tip kağıtların bir merkezde toplanması, işleme tabi tutulması ve idaresi için kurulan tesis
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A place where something is deposited, as for storage, safekeeping, or preservation; a repository
A trustee; a depositary
a place where anything is kept in safety
{n} a place where things are lodged
{n} a person who has a thing in trust
A library, which receives the publications of a government Healey Library is not a depository library However, there are hundreds of depository libraries throughout the country, including Massachusetts The Boston Public Library in Copley Square is a depository of the U S Government and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
A place where anything is deposited for sale or keeping; as, warehouse is a depository for goods; a clerk's office is a depository for records
a library which receives the publications of a government Tennessee Technological University is a partial depository for publications of the U S Government
A place where something is deposited, such as a safe deposit vault See Securities Depository
a central securities repository where physical securities are kept in a vault and owners are tracked via a "book entry" system without the delivery of securities
A library which receives the publications of a government or official body UIUC is a depository for publications of the U S Government, the State of Illinois, the United Nations
Academic law libraries may apply for government depository status, which allows them to receive and house primary government documents free of charge
A central location for keeping securities on deposit
A depository is a place where objects can be stored safely. depositories a place where something can be safely kept
A library which receives the publications of a government The University of Wyoming is a depository for publications of the U S Government, and the State of Wyoming
One with whom something is deposited; a depositary
a facility where things can be deposited for storage or safekeeping
A central securities repository where physical securities are kept in a vault and owners are tracked via book entry system without the delivery of those securities when transactions occur
The element in the heading of each Survey Report used by the agents to identify the foreign repository in which manuscripts were examined for that report
A centralized clearinghouse and repository for securities A location where securities are actually stored and where the electronic day-to-day movements of those securities is facilitated The Deository Trust Company, located in New York, is the largest and most important depository in the U S
A library which receives the publications of a government The University of New Mexico is a depository for publications of the U S Government, the State of New Mexico The WGU community can access this government information via the WGU CLR home page
The Library signs an agreement to store, maintain, and make available to the public materials sent to it by government bodies The W E B Du Bois Library is an 85% depository for U S Government Documents and a 100% depository for Massachusetts state documents
Library agrees to be repository for materials to which public access is granted NYU is depository for U S federal documents and U N documents SEE ALSO Regional depository
{i} place where something is stored or placed in trust; one to whom something is given in trust
A place where records are kept and made available for use Also called repository See also ARCHIVES (3), RECORDS CENTER
The Trust Engine component that stores authentication material Each depository only stores a piece of a users' authentication material Each stored piece is random data and contains no useful authentication information on its own
A place where something is deposited, as for storage, safekeeping or preservation; a repository
A library which receives the publications of a government Farmingdale State is a depository for publications of the U S Government, and the State of New York
A library which receives the publications of a government The University of Michigan is a partial depository for publications of the U S Government, the State of Michigan, the United Nations, and the Government of Canada
a bank which holds funds or securities deposited to others
A clearing agency registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission which provides immobilization, safekeeping and book-entry settlement services to its participants The four registered depositories are The Depository Trust Company (New York), the Mid-west Securities Trust Company (Chicago), the Pacific Securities Depository Trust Company (San Francisco), and the Philadelphia Depository Trust Company Compare: CLEARING CORPORATION See: REGISTERED CLEARING AGENCY
depository financial institution
a financial institution that accepts deposits and channels the money into lending activities; "he cashed a check at the bank"; "that bank holds the mortgage on my home
american depository receipt
(Ekonomi) An American Depositary Receipt or American Depository Receipt represents ownership in the shares of a foreign company trading on US financial markets. The stock of many non-US companies trades on US exchanges through the use of ADRs. ADRs enable US investors to buy shares in foreign companies without undertaking cross-border transactions. ADRs carry prices in US dollars, pay dividends in US dollars, and can be traded like the shares of US-based companies
global depository receipt
(Ekonomi) A Global Depository Receipt or Global Depositary Receipt (GDR) is a certificate issued by a depository bank, which purchases shares of foreign companies and deposits it on the account. GDRs represent ownership of an underlying number of shares
depositories
plural of depository
night depository
a special hole in the outside wall of a bank into which a customer can put money or documents safely when the bank is closed British Equivalent: night safe
depository
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