turnover

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الإنجليزية - التركية
ciro

Çağrı merkezinin yüksek bir cirosu var. - The call center has a high turnover.

Bir ciro istiyorum, lütfen. - I'd like a turnover, please.

{i} iş hacmi
{i} devir
döndürmek
(Ticaret) çevrilme
(Ticaret) dönme
görülen iş
yapılan iş
(Denizbilim) dönüşüm
sermaye devri
yeni alınan işçi sayısı
meyveli turta
toplam satış
iş miktarı
meyvalı turta
devrilme
sermaye tedavülü, devir
sermaye ve bununla kazanılan meblâğ
(Spor) Top kaybı
{i} fire
{i} satış işlemleri
dönmek alabora olmak
{i} devir hızı (para vb.)
devrilmek
{i} devirme
düşünüp taşınmak
{i} tic. sermaye devri
{i} tic. iş hacmi
devir, devir hızı
(isim) devirme, devir, devrilme, satış işlemleri, fire, eksilme, devir hızı (para vb.), iş hacmi, meyveli turta
(Askeri) DEVİR VE TESLİM: Mal ile ilgili sorumlulukların bir subaydan diğerine geçişi
çevirmek teslim etmek
{i} eksilme
serma
devretmek
(Askeri) devir oranı
(Ticaret) devir hızı (para)
devir sürati
(Tıp) turnover
(Ticaret) azalma
turnover rent
(Ticaret) ciro kirası
turnover tax
(Ticaret) satış vergisi
turnover time
(Denizbilim) devrilme zamanı
turnover tax
muamele vergisi
turnover expectancy
ciro beklentisi
turnover tax advance return
ciro vergisi peşin geri
turnover commission
(Ticaret) simsariye
turnover tax
işlem vergisi
turnover tax
(Avrupa Birliği) (iş hacmi), ciro vergisi
turnover variance
(Ticaret) satış farkı
turnover variance
(Ticaret) satış tutarı sapması
employee turnover rates
(Ticaret) personel devir hızı
equity turnover
(Ticaret) sermayenin dönüşüm oranı
inventory turnover ratio
(Ticaret) envanter dönüşüm hızı
labour turnover
işçi devri
account turnover
hesap ciro
accounts receivable turnover
hesapları ciro alacak
annual turnover
(Finans) Yıllık ciro, yıllık gelir
asset turnover
varlık devir hızı
asset turnover ratio
Yatırım geri ödeme oranı
external turnover
dış ciro
job turnover
iş ciro
personnel turnover
İşe girip çıkan eleman sayısı; personel devir oranı
receivable turnover ratio
alacak devir hızı oranı
share turnover
hisse devir
worker turnover ratio
işgücü dönüşüm oranı oranı
annual turnover
(Denizbilim) yıllık devir
autumn turnover
(Denizbilim) sonbahar karışımı
buyer turnover
(Ticaret) müşteri devir oranı
inventory turnover
(Ticaret) stokların devri
inventory turnover
envanter stok yenileme oranı
inventory turnover
(Ticaret) stok dönme çabukluğu
inventory turnover
(Ticaret) malların dönüşümü
labor turnover
(Ticaret) işçi giriş çıkış devri
labor turnover
(Ticaret) işgücü devri
labor turnover
(Ticaret) işçi devir oranı
labour turnover
işgücü devri
merchandise turnover
(Ticaret) emtia cirosu
rate of inventory turnover
(Ticaret) stokların dönüşüm oranı
rate of inventory turnover
(Ticaret) stokların dönme çabukluğu
rate of inventory turnover
(Ticaret) stokların dönme hızı
sock turnover rate
(Ticaret) stok dönüşüm hızı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The number of times a stock is replaced after being used or sold, a worker is replaced after leaving, or a property changes hands

High staff-turnover can lead to low morale amongst employees.

The amount of money taken as sales transacted in a calendar year

The company had an annual turnover of $500,000.

The act of overturning something
A pastry consisting of pastry or pie crust around sweet, often fruit filling

They only served me one apple turnover for breakfast.

A loss of possession of the ball without scoring

The Nimrods committed another dismaying turnover en route to another humiliating loss.

For mutual funds, a measure of trading activity during the previous year, expressed as a percentage of the average total assets of the fund A turnover rate of 25% means that the value of trades represented one-fourth of the assets of the fund For finance, the number of times a given asset, such as inventory, is replaced during the accounting period, usually a year For corporate finance, the ratio of annual sales to net worth, representing the extent to which a company can grow without outside capital For markets, the volume of shares traded as a percent of total shares listed during a specified period, usually a day or a year For Great Britain, total revenue Percentage of the total number of shares outstanding of an issue that trades during any given period
the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers
made by folding a piece of pastry over a filling
The rate of water flow through a filter A high turnover rate is recommended for reef tanks
the involuntary loss of possession of the ball during a play, either by a fumble or by throwing an interception
Players are going for "turnover" when they play as many tiles as possible in order to draw as many new tiles as possible By playing for turnover (usually using 5 or 6 tiles in one play), a player maximizes his/her chances for drawing the better tiles (In order from first to fifth they are: blank, S, E, X, Z) If you have played 60 tiles in a game, you had a 60% chance of drawing the good tiles That's a 50% better chance than your opponent had
The term used to describe the flight of a disc that curves to the right when thrown flat or at hyzer A less overstable or understable disc will generally be easier to turn over
An apprentice, in any trade, who is handed over from one master to another to complete his time
(Audience) tune-in and tune-out The departure of part of an audience (households or persons) during the course of a program or schedule, and the arrival of new audience not tuned in earlier
The percent of the securities portfolio that has been sold or replaced by the fund over the course of a year, expressed as a percentage of average daily NAV
A semicircular pie or tart made by turning one half of a circular crust over the other, inclosing the fruit or other materials
The amount of business transacted in a specified time period
Mutual Funds: A measure of trading activity during the previous year, expressed as a percentage of the average total assets of the fund A turnover ratio of 25% means that the value of trades represented one-fourth of the assets of the fund Finance: The number of times a given asset, such as inventory, is replaced during the accounting period, usually a year Corporate: The ratio of annual sales to net worth, representing the extent to which a company can growth without outside capital Markets: The volume of shares traded as a percent of total shares listed during a specified period, usually a day or a year Great Britain: total revenue
Money earned by your business before deducting any business expenses It includes receipts in cash or in kind for goods sold or work done, commission, fees receivable, tips, insurance proceeds for loss of stock and profits, and so on It does not include Business Start-Up Allowance (or Enterprise Allowance) Also, do not include amounts received from the sale of capital items, that is assets which are of lasting use to the business, such as business premises, plant, machinery and vehicles Turnover should be included in your accounts when it is earned, even if you do not receive the money until later
the number of times a swimmer's arms turn over (cycle) in a given distance or time during a race
The turnover of a company is the value of the goods or services sold during a particular period of time. The company had a turnover of £3.8 million
The total value (unit of trading multiplied by number of contracts) of all contract lots traded on an exchange, for a specified period of time
The ratio of a weekly rating to a four-week reach This ratio serves as an indication of the relative degree to which the audience of a program changes The higher the ratio is the greater the turnover in the audience will be
The rate at which fat is used up during a frying operation Rapid turnover is desirable so that an amount of fresh fat equivalent to the original fat load will have been added to maintain the fat level and replace the absorbed fat in a relatively short time
The currency value of the stock traded or the total currency value of trade in a market for a period of time, usually one day Turnover is used in contradistinction to volume of shares
The total money value of securities traded, as calculated by multiplying price by the number of securities traded
Also called turnover rate - The period of time (ussually in hours) required to circu- late a volume of water equal to the volume of water contained in the pool or spa Pool capacity in gallons, divided by pump flow rate in gallons per minute (gpm), divided by 60 minutes in 1 hours, will give hours for 1 turnover
the volume measured in dollars; "the store's dollar volume continues to rise"
As applies to the portfolios of individuals and institutional investors such as mutual funds, the volume of shares traded relative to the total number of shares owned during a given period, usually a year
the act of upsetting something; "he was badly bruised by the upset of his sled at a high speed"
The act or result of turning over; an upset; as, a bad turnover in a carriage
The volume of shares traded as a percentage of total shares listed on an exchange during a period, usually a day or a year The same ratio is applied to individual securities and the portfolio of individual or institutional investors
A turnover is caused by losing control of the puck to the opposing team
The turnover of people in an organization or place is the rate at which people leave and are replaced. Short-term contracts increase staff turnover
a The number of new legislators elected by voters to replace those who have left or been defeated in a given period of time b The ratio of this number to the total number of legislators
The total amount of income received by a business during a specified period (usually a year)
The rate of audience change for a specific program during a specific amount of time
Admitting of being turned over; made to be turned over; as, a turnover collar, etc
In accounting terms, the number of times an asset is replaced during a set period In trading, the volume of shares traded on the exchange on a given day In employment matters, turnover refers to the total number of employees divided by the number of employees replaced during a certain period In the U K , the term refers to a company's annual sales volume BACK TO TOP
{i} act of turning over; number of people coming in and leaving (e.g. employees and customers); gross revenues, total business done; rate of selling or producing; change, reversal; kind of pastry with a sweet filling (apples, cherries etc.)
For mutual funds, a measure of trading activity during the previous year, expressed as a percentage of the average total assets of the fund For example, a turnover rate of 50% means that the value of trades represented one-half of the assets of the fund Actively managed mutual funds typically have higher turnover rates that passively managed funds (sometimes referred to as index funds)
(Ticaret) inventory turnover
empanada
turnover of capital
circulation of wealth
turnover on capital
relation of the conversion of assets into cash
turnover rate
Based on the corpus, it is the number of times at which the fund buys and sells securities each year
turnover rate
The rate at which the fund buys and sells securities each year For example, if a fund's assets total $100 million and the fund bought and sold $100 million of securities that year, its portfolio turnover rate would be 100%
turnover rate
The fraction of the total amount of mass (e g , carbon) in a given pool or reservoir that is released from or that enters the pool in a given length of time The turnover rate of carbon is often expressed as GtC/year (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
turnover rate
The number and frequency of mailings allowed to a certain list in a year
turnover rate
the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers
turnover rate
This rate, measured in a percent, indicates the percent of the portfolio that is changed each year A higher turnover rate is often associated with higher investment expenses because you'll owe short-term capital gains on any distributed profits Funds with high turnover rates are usually aggressively managed, which means they carry a higher risk Conservative funds have lower turnover rates, and consequently lower risk, because the manager is investing for the long term
turnover rate
TuRnOver is the relationship between the float and the average monthly volume of a stock The higher the turnover rate, the more volatile the stock and the greater potential for wider swings in price (both ways)
turnover rate
Number of times within a year that a list is or can be rented
turnover rate
The period of time (in hours) required to circulate- through the pump & filter, a volume of water equal to the spa or pool capacity
turnover rate
The time required to circulate a volume of a given pool or spa
turnover rate
Measures trading activity during a particular period Portfolios with high turnover rates incur higher transaction costs and are more likely to distribute capital gains, which are taxable to nonretirement accounts
turnover rate
In pension plans, the rate at which participating employees' services are terminated, as a ratio of total participants For actuarial assumptions under a pension plan, turnover rate should be analyzed by age, sex, and length of service
turnover rate
A measurement of trading activity during the past year Mutual funds with lower turnover rates will leave their shareholders with lower tax bills at the end of the year See Mutual Fund Costs: Turnover and Cash Reserves
turnover rate
Turnover (or churn) rate is the rate at which employees enter and leave a company The more loyal employees are to a firm, the lower the turnover rate A 100 percent turnover rate from year to year means that as many people left the company as were hired
turnover rate
A measure of the trading activity in a mutual fund
turnover rate
The volume of shares traded in a year as a percentage of total shares listed on an exchange, outstanding for an individual issue or held in an institutional portfolio
turnover tax
tax imposed on the business turnover of a factory
apple turnover
a pastry dessert filled with pieces of sweetened apples, so named because the pastry is folded (turned) over to enclose the filling
Share Turnover
(Finans) A measure of stock liquidity calculated by dividing the total number of shares traded over a period by the average number of shares outstanding for the period. The higher the share turnover, the more liquid the share of the company
inventory turnover
The Inventory Turnover is an equation that equals the cost of goods sold divided by the average inventory. Average inventory equals beginning inventory plus ending inventory divided by 2
annual turnover
yearly rotation, yearly change
apple turnover
turnover with an apple filling
asset turnover
Sales divided by Assets A ratio that measures how asset-intensive a business is and the efficiency of total assets employed
asset turnover
(Gross cash farm income/Farm business assets)Measures the gross farm income generated per dollar of farm business assets
asset turnover
equals your company's total sales divided by its total assets This ratio measures the overall efficiency with which your company employs its assets to produce sales The higher the measure, the more efficient the business model
asset turnover
RATIO is a general measure of a firm's ability to generate sales in relation to total assets It should be used only to compare firms within specific industry groups and in conjunction with other operating ratios to determine the effective employment of assets
asset turnover
A ratio determined by dividing total assets by net sales Tells how efficient a company is in generating sales from its assets The higher the number, the more efficient the company
asset turnover
a ratio used to evaluate the profitability of a firm; net sales in a given period are divided by total assets
asset turnover
the ratio of a company's net sales to its average assets
asset turnover
The ratio of net sales to total assets [Harvey] total gross income divided by total assets [OTS]
asset turnover
A measure of the net sales generated by the assets of a firm Calculated by dividing net sales by total assets excluding investments
asset turnover
The ratio of net sales to total assets
asset turnover
Net sales divided by total assets
asset turnover
Sales divided by total assets Important for comparison over time and to other companies of the same industry This is a standard business ratio
asset turnover
Total revenues for the trailing twelve months divided by the average total assets The average total assets is defined as the total assets for the 5 most recent quarters divided by 5
assets turnover ratio
(Economics) ratio between the turnover of sales and the scope of a company's operational assets
debt turnover ratio
obligations of business in relation to its sales serving as a measure of financial stability (Accounting)
employee turnover
the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers
inventory turnover
period of time in which the inventory of a business is completely used up and restocked
inventory turnover
(Ticaret) An inventory investment and activity measure that compares inventory usage (as defined by the annual cost of goods sold) divided by the inventory investment (as defined as the average inventory level at standard cost). Higher values indicate a more efficient use of inventory; absolute targets can only be set based on relevant industry figures, as the turnover for grocery chains is vastly different than for capital goods manufacturers
inventory turnover ratio
(Accounting) index of the inventory held by a company in contrast with the sales (used to assess the effectivity of holding inventory)
labor turnover
- changes in the employment of an establishment during a reference period resulting from accessions and separations
labor turnover
The relationship between employee hirings and separations
labor turnover
The continuing flows of people into and out of the labor force, employment and unemployment, and various jobs (p 406)
labor turnover
– changes in the employment of an establishment during a reference period resulting from accessions and separations
net working capital turnover
(Accounting) index of a company's debt compared to the current assets (used to assess efficiency)
normal turnover
average level of change in a business, regular level of circulation
receivable turnover ratio
index of the scope of credit that a business gives compared its sales as an assessment of its collection efficiency (Accounting)
standard turnover
legal turnover, accepted turnover within a department
turnovers
plural of turnover
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Tıp) turnover
turnover

    الواصلة

    turn·o·ver

    التركية النطق

    tırnōvır

    النطق

    /ˈtərnˌōvər/ /ˈtɜrnˌoʊvɜr/

    فيديوهات

    ... and reduce turnover we should too ...

    كلمة اليوم

    nuptial
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