surplus

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الإنجليزية - التركية
fazla

Ordu fazlası mağazasında bir sırt çantası aldım. - I bought a backpack at the army surplus store.

Bizim yiyecek fazlalığımız var. - We have a surplus of food.

(Ticaret) artı
aşırı
gereğinden fazla miktar
{i} artakalan miktar; üretim fazlası: The U.S. has a surplus of wheat this year. Bu sene A.B.D.'nde fazla buğday üretildi
şirketin bütün masraflar ve tediyatından sonra elinde kalan para
{s} fazla olan
bolluk
(Bilgisayar) bakiye
artan
üretim fazlası
sermaye fazlası
surplus stock
ihtiyaç fazlası stok
surplus value
(Ticaret) fazla değer
surplus variable
eksilten yapay değişken
surplus income
gelir fazlası
surplus water
artık su
surplus weight
fazla ağırlık
surplus beets
fazla pancar
surplus labor
(Ekonomi) Artı değer; Marx'ın ekonomi politik eleştrisinin temel terimlerinden biridir. Temel olarak ihtiyaçtan fazlasının üretilmesi anlamına gelir
surplus labour time
fazla emek zamanı
surplus of capital
sermaye fazlası
surplus print
fazla baskı
surplus value
(Ekonomi) Artı değer
surplus analysis
(Ticaret) ihtiyat analizi
surplus cash
(Ticaret) nakit fazlası
surplus cash
(Ticaret) para fazlası
surplus charges
fiyat farkı
surplus deliveries
(Ticaret) teslimat fazlası
surplus dividend
(Ticaret) olağanüstü temettü
surplus in taxes
(Ticaret) vergilerdeki artışlar
surplus in the cash
(Ticaret) kasa fazlası
surplus installation
(Askeri) ihtiyaç fazlası tesis
surplus installation
(Askeri) GENEL FAZLA TESİS: Kara Ordusu ihtiyaçlarını karşılama bakımından artık kendisine lüzum olmadığı belirtilmiş tesis
surplus labor
artık emek
surplus labor
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) artı(k) emek [marx]
surplus labor
(Ticaret) işgücü fazlası
surplus material
artık malzeme
surplus material
fazla malzeme
surplus military supplies
levazım fazlası
surplus of alkali
(Tekstil) alkali fazlalığı
surplus power
artık güç
surplus production model
(Denizbilim) artan üretim modeli
surplus property
(Askeri) ihtiyaç fazlası mal
surplus property
(Askeri) GENEL FAZLA MAL: Milli Savunma Bakanlığı dahil, bütün hükümet makamlarının ihtiyaçları ve görevlerinin ifası bakımlarından lüzumlu olmadığı, Genel Hizmetler, İdaresi (General Services Administration) tarafından kararlaştırılmış fazla mal
surplus ratio
(Kanun) artık oran
surplus receipts
(Ticaret) varidat fazlalığı
surplus refugees
(Askeri) ek mülteciler
surplus stock
(Askeri) GENEL FAZLA STOK: Milli Savunma Bakanlığı ve diğer hükümet makamlarının ihtiyacından fazla olan ikmal maddeleri
surplus supply
(Ticaret) arz fazlalığı
surplus value
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) artı(k) değer [marx]
surplus variable
eksilten yapay de¤isken
surplus water
fazla su
surplus weight
fazla kilo
surplus weight
fazla kilolar
export surplus
(Ticaret) ihraç fazlası
fund surplus
(Ticaret) borçlardan artan fon bakiyesi
gross surplus
(Ticaret) brüt kar
book surplus
defter fazlalığı
budget surplus
bütçe fazlası
budgetary surplus
bütçe fazlası
capital surplus
sermaye üstesi
demand surplus
talep fazlası
earned surplus
dağıtılmayan kâr
earned surplus
birikmiş kâr
export surplus
ihracat fazlası
manpower surplus
işgücü fazlası
appreciation surplus
takdir fazlası
consolidated surplus
şerefiye
consumer surplus
(Ekonomi) Tüketim fazlası
export surplus
ihracat fazlası, ihraç fazlası
free surplus
serbest yedekler
immigration surplus
Göçmen sayısındaki fazlalık
inflationary surplus
enflasyonist fazlası
primary surplus
(Finans) Faiz dışı fazla
producer surplus
Üretim fazlası
trade surplus
dış ticaret dengesi fazlalığı
acquired surplus
(Ticaret) elde edilen kar
agricultural surplus
(Politika, Siyaset) tarımsal ürün fazlası
annual surplus
(Ticaret) yıllık fazla
appraisal surplus
(Ticaret) yeniden değerleme bakiyesi
appraisal surplus
(Ticaret) değer takdiri karı
appropriation surplus
(Ticaret) özel yedek akçe
available surplus
(Ticaret) dağıtılmamış kar
buyer's surplus
(Ticaret) alıcı fazlası
consumer's surplus
(Ticaret) tüketici fazlası
consumers' surplus
(Ticaret) tüketici randı
contributed surplus
(Ticaret) işletmede bırakılan karlar
defense surplus sales office
(Askeri) GENEL FAZLA SAVUNMA MALZEMESİ SATIŞ BÜROSU: Kara, Deniz, Hava Kuvvetleri ve deniz piyade sınıfı faaliyet merkezlerine ait genel fazla durumundaki menkul ordu mallarını satmak üzere M. S. B. lığınca görevlendirilmiş bir teşkil
external surplus
(Ticaret) dış fazla
import surplus
ithalat fazlası
income surplus
(Ticaret) gelir fazlası
merchandise trade surplus
(Ticaret) dış ticaret fazlası
mixed surplus
(Ticaret) karma yedekler
payment surplus
(Ticaret) ödemeler fazlası
producer surplus
(Ticaret) üretici rantı
producer surplus
(Ticaret) üretici fazlası
quota surplus reinsurance
(Sigorta) kotpar reasüransı
removal of surplus property
(Askeri) GENEL FAZLA MALLARIN GÖNDERİLMESİ: Mal son işlem dairelerinden (disposal agencies) son işlem talimatının (disposal instructions) alınması üzerine, genel fazla malların, ordu tesislerinden müteahhitlere veya mal son işlem dairelerinin depolarına sevkedilmesi
repression surplus
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bastırma artı değeri
reserved surplus
(Ticaret) özel yedek akçe
reserved surplus
(Ticaret) dağıtılmamış karlar
reserved surplus
(Ticaret) ayrılmış kar
structural surplus
(Ticaret) yapısal fazla
surplus value
artıkdeğer
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
assets left after liabilities and debts, including capital stock have been deducted
That which remains when use or need is satisfied, or when a limit is reached; excess; overplus
Being or constituting a surplus; more than sufficient; as, surplus revenues; surplus population; surplus words
The remainder of a fund appropriated for a particular purpose
Specifically, an amount in the public treasury at any time greater than is required for the ordinary purposes of the government
{n} an overplus, a remainder
Revenues exceed expenses
a surplus is an excess of quantity supplied over quantity demanded When there is a surplus, sellers cannot sell the quantities they desire to supply
Surplus is used to describe something that is extra or that is more than is needed. Few people have large sums of surplus cash The houses are being sold because they are surplus to requirements
A generic term referring to anything dealing with equity It is a term that is often misunderstood and misused Basically it is the same as the undesignated fund balance It is primarily used for emergencies The rule of thumb is to make sure that surplus contains at least eight percent of the total budget or the amount equal to one months operating expenses or one-twelfth The optimum is ten percent Surplus revenues generally build up as result of unexpected balances and the excess of receipts from sources other than taxation
The amount by which revenues, as from taxes, exceed outlays for government programs
more than is needed, desired, or required; "trying to lose excess weight"; "found some extra change lying on the dresser"; "yet another book on heraldry might be thought redundant"; "skills made redundant by technological advance"; "sleeping in the spare room"; "supernumerary ornamentation"; "it was supererogatory of her to gloat"; "delete superfluous (or unnecessary) words"; "extra ribs as well as other supernumerary internal parts"; "surplus cheese distributed to the needy"
{s} more than is needed, extra, excess, superfluous
The amount by which revenues exceed expenditures
The amount by which an insurerís assets exceed its liabilities
If there is a surplus of something, there is more than is needed. Germany suffers from a surplus of teachers
a quantity much larger than is needed
The amount by which an insurance company's assets exceed its liabilities and capital
The amount by which an insurer's assets exceed its liabilities
If a country has a trade surplus, it exports more than it imports. Japan's annual trade surplus is in the region of 100 billion dollars
if a pension plan's assets exceed the plan's liabilities, the difference is called a surplus
The dollar amount remaining after company operation expenses Surplus typically grows from underwriting gain and investment income Surplus is diminished if payout on claims (insured losses) exceeds premiums collected A favorable surplus ratio, excess assets over liabilities, guarantees available funds for solvency and the ability to pay claims It allows an insurer to grow and offer more products, as well as helps maintain a favorable rating within the insurance industry
The amount by which the government's budget receipts exceed its outlays for a given fiscal year
A condition that occurs when the supply of a good or service exceeds its demand Surpluses occur when the price for a good or service is higher than its equilibrium price
the magnitude of the gain from trade, the difference between what an individual would have been willing to pay for a good and what she has to pay
may designate an accumulation of receipts over expenses during a specific period The term is usually avoided because of its ambiguity
If a government has a budget surplus, it has spent less than it received in taxes. Norway's budget surplus has fallen from 5.9% in 1986 to an expected 0.1% this year
A stock company's surplus is the amount by which its admitted assets exceed its liabilities and capital stock In both stock and mutual companies, the term surplus to policyholders means the excess of admitted assets over liabilities
A fiscal condition which may occur at the end of a fiscal year, whereby expenditures are less than the actual intake of revenues during the same period The surplus funds become available for appropriation for the following year
{i} amount in excess of what is needed; excess of assets over liabilities (Accounting)
Excess also called overage The extent to which assets exceed liabilities Profits remaining after subtracting for operating expenses, taxes, interest and insurance
Votes that a candidate receives in excess of the quota They are distributed to other candidates according to the further preferences indicated on the ballot papers by those voters
Contributed surplus is a balance sheet figure which originates from sources other than earnings, such as the initial sale of stock above par value Earned surplus, or retained earnings, is the amount of accumulated earnings retained in the business after the payment of all expenses and dividends
A term used when the quantity of a good supplied exceeds the quantity demanded at the existing price
The amount by which assets exceed liabilities (G)
The excess of assets over liabilities Statutory surplus is an insurer’s or reinsurer’s capital as determined under statutory accounting rules Surplus determines an insurer’s or reinsurer’s capacity to write business
The amount that remains when an insurer subtracts its liabilities and capital from its assets
Occurs when there are more assets in the pension fund than liabilities
The amount by which receipts exceed expenditures in a given fiscal period
superplus
surplus value
The part of the new value made by production that is taken by enterprises as generic gross profit
surplus labour
Surplus labour is a concept used by Karl Marx in his critique of political economy. It means labour performed in excess of the labour necessary to produce the means of livelihood of the worker ("necessary labour"). According to Marxian economics, surplus labour is usually "unpaid labour". Marxian economics regards surplus labour as the ultimate source of capitalist profits
surplus value
(Ekonomi) (Economics - in Marxist theory) the excess of value produced by the labour of workers over the wages they are paid
surplus expenses
expenses that are not fully recognized for tax purposes
surplus value
The difference between the value of the product produced by labor and the actual price of labor as paid out in wages in Marxian analysis of capitalism
surplus value
extra worth, extra value
supply surplus
more supplies than are demanded by the public (Economics)
agricultural surplus
an agricultural production that exceeds the needs of the society for which it is being produced, and may be exported or stored for future times
capital surplus
A balance sheet item under shareholders' equity. Increases by the value above an original par value per share that newly issued shares are sold for
trade surplus
A positive balance of trade
consumer surplus
Consumer surplus or Consumer's surplus (or in the plural Consumers' surplus) is the difference between the price consumers are willing to pay (or reservation price) and the actual price. If someone is willing to pay more than the actual price, their benefit in a transaction is how much they saved when they didn't pay that price. For example, a person is willing to pay a tremendous amount for water since he needs it to survive, however since there are competing suppliers of water he is able to purchase it for less than he is willing to pay. The difference between the two prices is the consumer surplus
accumulated surplus
(Economics) surplus profits of a company that remain in its control and are reinvested
budget surplus
Income is greater than expenses
budget surplus
The amount by which a government's, company's, or individual's income exceeds its spending over a particular period of time opposite of budget deficit
budget surplus
The excess of central government's tax receipts over its spending
budget surplus
When tax revenues are greater than government spending during a particular time period, usually a year
budget surplus
A situation in which the government takes in more money than it spends, thus draining money out of the economy
budget surplus
An excess of government revenues over government expenditures in a given time period
budget surplus
When Revenues exceed expenditures
budget surplus
the amount by which revenue exceeds spending (chapter 15)
budget surplus
A government budget is in surplus when current receipts exceed expenditure
budget surplus
The difference between the government's spending and the government's revenues when the first is larger than the second In sticky-price short-run models, a budget surplus lowers aggregate demand: the government's purchases of goods and services inject more spending power into the economy than the government's net taxes are withdrawing from the economy In flexible-price models budget surplus raises national saving and investment: the government's retirement of its debt injects purchasing power into financial markets that is then borrowed by businesses and used to finance investment in new plant and equipment
budgetary surplus
excess amount of money in a budget
consumer surplus
A measure of the benefits to consumers from the consumption of a good or service Defined as the area below the demand curve up to the total quantity consumed, minus total expenditures on the good or service
consumer surplus
area above the price line and below the demand curve from the point of origin to the allocation of interest
consumer surplus
net economic value from consumption or use of a good or service It is the difference between the maximum that a person is willing to pay for the good or service rather than do without it, and what he/she actually spends The adjective, "consumer" is misleading because this category of value also applies to non-consumptive uses (e g , observing salmon runs) and to non-use benefits (e g , protecting marine mammals from exploitation)
consumer surplus
(Hackett, 1998, chapter 3) When a buyer's willingness to pay value exceeds the price the buyer had to pay, that difference is known as consumer surplus
consumer surplus
The difference between the maximum amount the consumer is willing to pay and what the consumer is required to pay
consumer surplus
the difference between the value a consumer places on all units consumed and the payments needed to be made to actually purchase that commodity It is represented by the by the area under the demand curve and above the price line
consumer surplus
The net benefit realized by consumers when they are able to buy a good at the prevailing market price It is equivalent to the difference between the maximum amount consumers would be willing to pay and the amount they actually do pay for the units of the good purchased Graphically it is the triangle above the market price and below the demand curve
consumer surplus
The difference between the value of a good and its price
consumer surplus
-the difference between the price actually paid for a good, and the maximum amount that an individual is willing to pay for it Thus, if a person is willing to pay up to $3 for something, but the market price is $1, then the consumer surplus for that item is $2 This measure approximates, and is bounded by, the more technically precise measures of economic benefit: compensating variation or equivalent variation
consumer surplus
The difference between the maximum price a consumer is willing to pay (i e the value he/she attaches to a good) and the price he/she actually has to pay
consumer surplus
The value of a commodity, good, or opportunity above the cost to the consumer; measured using willingness to pay, as specified in Federal guidelines for water resources planning
consumer surplus
the difference between what a person would be willing to pay and what he actually has to pay to buy a certain amount of a good
consumer surplus
Savings to existing consumers arising from the difference between what they are willing to pay for an output and what they will be charged with the project Consumer surplus can arise when expanded supply is associated with a fall in price It can also arise when the output price is regulated by government and set below the demand price
consumer surplus
The amount above the actual market price of a commodity that a purchaser would pay to avoid doing without the commodity
consumer surplus
The value you get that is in excel of what you pay to get it
consumer surplus
the difference between what a person is willing to pay for an additional unit of a good – the marginal benefit – and the market price of the good For the market as a whole, it is the sum of all the individual consumer surpluses, or the area below the market demand curve and above the market price (chapter 5)
consumer's surplus
In economics, the difference between the total amount consumers would be willing to pay to consume the quantity of goods transacted on the market and the amount they actually have to pay for those goods. The former is generally interpreted as the monetary value of consumer satisfaction. The concept was developed in 1844 by the French civil engineer Arsène-Jules-Étienne-Juvénal Dupuit (1804-1866) and popularized by Alfred Marshall. Though economists adopted a nonquantifiable approach to consumer satisfaction in the 20th century, the concept is used extensively in the fields of welfare economics and taxation
consumer`s surplus
difference between the benefit a customer derives from a product and the price paid for it
consumers surplus
The excess that a purchaser would be willing to pay for a commodity over that he does pay, rather than go without the commodity; called also consumer's rent
demand surplus
excessive demand for something
export surplus
excess beyond the quantity that may be exported
inflationary surplus
capital gain resulting from a rise in the price index
military surplus
extra military supplies
paid-in surplus
= Surplus paid in by stockholders, as contrasted with surplus earned through the operations of a business
paid-in surplus
Surplus paid in by stockholders, as contrasted with surplus earned through the operations of a business (G)
paid-in surplus
The amount received by a corporation for its stock in excess of the par or stated value
paid-in surplus
Surplus paid in by stockholders, as contrasted with surplus earned through the operations of a business
producer`s surplus
difference between the cost of a product and the price received for it
producers surplus
Any profit above the normal rate of interest and wages accruing to a producer on account of some monopoly (temporary or permanent) of the means or materials of production; called also Producer's rent
surpluses
plural of surplus
trade surplus
difference between the value of goods imported and exported
trade surplus
If a country has a trade surplus, it exports more than it imports. The country's trade surplus widened to 16.5 billion dollars. the amount by which the value of the goods that a country sells to other countries is more than the value of the goods it buys from them
surplus
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