warehouse

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الإنجليزية - التركية
toptan satış yeri
antrepo
ardiye
(Ticaret) ambar
depo

Deponun kapısını kilitlemeyi unutan kimdi? - Who was it that forgot to lock the door of the warehouse?

Düşman savaş gemileri limandaki depolarımızı bombaladı. - The enemy warships bombed our warehouses in the harbour.

(Ticaret) mağazalamak
depoya koymak
-i depolamak
ambara koymak
gereç ambarı
(Ticaret) depoya yerleştirmek
büyük mağaza
ware housemaneşya deposu sahibi veya işçisi
ambar,v.depoya koy: n.depo
{f} depolamak
{f} -i depolamak, -i ambarlamak, -i depoya/ambara koymak
eşya depo
{f} ambarda saklamak
(Ticaret) depo ardiye ambar
(Ticaret) umumi mağaza
ambarlamak
warehouse receipt
(Ticaret) varan
warehouse warrant
(Ticaret) varant
warehouse cost
ardiye bedeli
warehouse keeper
depo memuru
warehouse account
(Ticaret) ambar hesabı
warehouse accounting
depo muhasebesi
warehouse bond
(Ticaret) ambar pusulası
warehouse books
(Ticaret) depo defteri
warehouse books
(Ticaret) kayıtları
warehouse charge
(Ticaret) ambarlama ücreti
warehouse charges
(Ticaret) antrepo masrafları
warehouse chart
(Askeri) ambar planı
warehouse employees
depo çalışanları
warehouse expenses
(Ticaret) mağaza masrafları
warehouse refusal
(Askeri) ambar istek ret ihbarı
warehouse rent
(Ticaret) ardiye kirası
warehouse risk
(Ticaret) depo rizikosu
warehouse salaries
(Ticaret) mağaza memur ücretleri
warehouse tax
(Ticaret) antrepo vergisi
warehousing
(Ticaret) ardiye ücreti
warehousing
(Ticaret) depo etme
bonded warehouse
gümrük ambarı
bonded warehouse
gümrük antreposu
dock warehouse
rıhtım antreposu
warehousing
{f} depoya koy
warehousing
{i} büyük mağazacılık
bandit warehouse
haydut barınağı
cold storage warehouse
soğuk hava deposu depo
cold warehouse
soğuk depo
data warehouse
(Bilgisayar) veri ambarı
finished goods warehouse
mamul ambarı
pharmaceutical warehouse
Ecza deposu
retail warehouse
perakende satış yapan büyük mağaza
bonded warehouse
antrepo
customs warehouse
gümrük antreposu
customs warehouse
(Ticaret) gümrük ardiyesi
customs warehouse
(Kanun) gümrük ant reposu
flammable storage warehouse
(Askeri) yanıcı maddeler deposu
flammable storage warehouse
(Askeri) YANICI MADDELER DEPOSU: Yanıcı ikmal maddelerini muhafaza için yapılan depo. Bu gibi binalar başka binalardan uzak yerlerde tesis edilir
information warehouse framework
bilgi ambarı çerçevesi
parts warehouse
(Ticaret) yedek parça deposu
to warehouse
ambarlamak
uptown warehouse
(Ticaret) şehirden uzak antrepo
warehousing
büyük magazacilik
warehousing
depoculuk
wholesale warehouse
(Ticaret) toptancı deposu
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To confine people to institutions for long-term periods
To store, as in a warehouse
A place for storing large amounts of products (wares). In logistics, a place where products go to from the manufacturer before going to the retailer
{i} storehouse, depot; storehouse for goods; wholesale store, large retail store
{v} to deposit or secure in a store
{n} a storehouse for merchandise
A large building used for receiving and storing goods, materials or merchandise
The Library Warehouse is used to house less frequently used material and the Macmillan Brown archives Request items from the Warehouse by filling in a "Warehouse request" card at any library
a storehouse for goods and merchandise store in a warehouse
Premises designed and built or converted for the purpose of bulk storage of raw materials or finished or partly finished goods, pending either onward transit or division into smaller batches and subsequent distribution
A storehouse for wares, or goods
a large building in which goods are stored by producers or wholesalers
To place in the warehouse of the government or customhouse stores, to be kept until duties are paid
{f} store in a large storehouse
A place for the reception, delivery, consolidation, distribution, and storage of freight
A building used to store merchandise and other materials or equipment
Premises designed and built for the purpose of bulk storage of raw materials or finished or partly finished goods, pending either onward transit or division into smaller batches and subsequent distribution Willing seller-willing buyer An assumption sometimes made for valuation purposes that the owner of the property concerned is willing to dispose of his interest therein and that there is at least one genuine purchaser in the market for that interest, whether or not such is actually the case at the date of valuation Written-down value At a given time, the result of making one or more annual of periodic deductions for depreciation against capital cost or worth
Capability to receive, store and issue
To deposit or secure in a warehouse
(storage): a building or structure for storage such as aircraft hangers, garages, warehouses, storage buildings, and freight depots
Building in which goods are stored
A building used to receive and store goods and merchandise In terms of classifying such property, warehouses are normally located in an area zoned for either commercial or industrial property
A warehouse is a large building where raw materials or manufactured goods are stored until they are exported to other countries or distributed to shops to be sold. a large building for storing large quantities of goods (ware ( -WARE) + house)
Vendor's place of business
store in a warehouse
A storage location for goods
A place for the reception and storage of goods
A place for receiving, storing and manipulating goods and merchandise
A building specially designed for receipt, storage and handling of goods Synonyms: Shed, Store
a storehouse for goods and merchandise
any building where goods are stored
whs
warehouse club
the club itself
warehouse club
a large retail store holding a wide selection of goods for sale at discounted prices to members of the club
warehouse club
A warehouse club is a large shop which sells goods at reduced prices to people who pay each year to become members of the organization that runs the shop
warehouse management system
(Ticaret) (WMS) An integrated set of system functions designed to manage the locating, putaway, movement, picking and cycle count/inventory verification activities of a warehouse or distribution center. It normally receives purchase, sales and interplant order data from a base ERP system that serve as the authorization to initiate activities. Warehouse locations are described in terms of their weight and volume capacities to enable proper direction when moving or stocking material. Inventory and order status data, collected in real time often through the use of data collection devices, is normally uploaded to the base ERP system on a batch basis
warehouse store
'warehouse .club a type of store that sells things in large amounts, so that you can buy them at a lower price than at normal stores
warehouse zone
(Ticaret) A physically or logically segregated area within a warehouse defined by the type of material it contains (bulk or rack storage, hazardous material, etc.) or the division of equipment and personnel used to putaway, move and pick
data warehouse
A collection of data, from a variety of sources, organized to provide useful guidance to an organization's decision makers
warehousing
Present participle of warehouse
A warehouse
godown
bonded warehouse
A privately owned warehouse which is licensed by the Customs Authorities in which goods subject to the control of Customs may be stored without the payment of duties The owners of the warehouse must normally give a bond to Customs for the duty on the goods held in the store, hence the common name, BOND See also FREE STORE
bonded warehouse
The U S Customs Service authorizes bonded warehouses for storage or manufacture of goods on which payment of duties is deferred until the goods enter the Customs Territory The goods are not subject to duties if reshipped to foreign points » Back to top of screen
bonded warehouse
A warehouse authorized by Customs authorities for the storage of goods on which payment of duties is deferred until the goods are removed
bonded warehouse
an official place for storing goods that have been brought into a country before tax has been paid on them
bonded warehouse
warehouse in which goods are held until customs duties are paid
bonded warehouse
A warehouse authorized by Customs authorities for storage of goods on which payment of duties is deferred until the goods are removed
bonded warehouse
a warehouse authorized for storage of good on which payment of duty is deferred until the goods are removed from the warehouse
bonded warehouse
A warehouse in which goods subject to excise taxes or customs duties are temporarily stored without the taxes or duties being assessed A bond or security is given for the payment of all taxes and duties that may eventually become due Operations in the warehouse may include assembly, manipulation or storage but usually not manufacturing
bonded warehouse
is a warehouse authorized by customs officials for the storage of goods on which payment of duty is deferred until the goods are removed
bonded warehouse
A building authorised by the customs authorities for the storage of goods on which payment of duties is deferred until the goods are removed
bonded warehouse
Warehouse owned by persons approved by the Treasury Department, an under bond or guarantee for the strict observance of the revenue laws; utilized for storing goods until duties are paid or goods are otherwise properly released
bonded warehouse
a warehouse authorized by Customs in which you can store goods dutyfree until the goods are removed
bonded warehouse
Place owned by persons approved of by the Secretary of the Treasury, and who have given guarantees or bonds for the strict observance of revenue laws Such warehouses are used for the storage and custody of import merchandise, subject to duty, until the duties are paid or the goods reshipped without entry
bonded warehouse
A privately owned warehouse which is licenced by the Customs Authorities in which goods subject to the control of Customs may be stored without the payment of duties The owners of the warehouse must normally give a bond to Customs for the duty on the goods held in the store, hence the common name, BOND The Muecke Group of Companies operate bonded stores in South Australia - email: [email protected] com au See also FREE STORE
bonded warehouse
A facility at a port of entry where shippers can store goods until they clear customs
bonded warehouse
A buliding authorized by Customs authorities for storage of goods on which payment of duties is deferred unitl the goods are removed There are different types of bonded warehouses, depending on the use desired by the owner or lessee
bonded warehouse
A building authorized by customs authorities for the storage of goods without payment of duties until removal
bonded warehouse
A warehouse owned by persons approved by the Treasury Department and under bond for the observance of the revenue laws; used for storing goods until duties are paid or goods are released
bonded warehouse
- A warehouse that meets with local Customs specifications, and allows shipments to be stored pending clearance by Customs
bonded warehouse
A facility authorized by customs authorities for the storage of goods on which payment of duties is deferred until goods are removed
bonded warehouse
– A warehouse that meets with local Customs specifications, and allows shipments to be stored pending clearance by Customs
bonded warehouse
Warehouse owned by persons approved by the Treasury Department (in the U S ), and under bond (=guarantee) for the strict observance of the revenue laws Utilized for storing goods until duties are paid or goods are otherwise properly released
bonded warehouse
A Bonded Warehouse is a secure store where maturing whisky is stored It is cool and earth-floored to provide an even temperature and humidity During its period in bond, a cask will lose about 2% of alcohol per year - the so-called "angel's share" With each warehouse holding many hundreds of casks and each cask holding up to 500 litres of whisky, it can be seen how much of an investment is tied up in one of these warehouses No excise duty has yet been levied on this whisky Once the whisky is removed from the warehouse, duty becomes payable
data warehouse
Software system, such as Vitalnet, making large complex databases readily available for querying and analysis
data warehouse
Integrates separate databases within a health care system for the interchange of data and reports to allow the management information system (MIS) system to handle data from several sources as if from one source (See Clinical Data Repository)
data warehouse
An integrated, subject oriented collection of data which captures data at incremental moments of time and retains them for a long period of time Data warehouses are usually designed to enhance decision support functions Architected data warehouses contain a single atomic level and multiple secondary levels of data to support particular decision support functions
data warehouse
(noun, database) A collection of integrated subject-oriented Databases designed to support the DSS function, where each unit of data is relevant to some moment in time The data warehouse contains atomic data and lightly summarized data
data warehouse
A data collection -- prepackaged or summarized according to specific business rules and designed to support management decision making Data warehouses contain a wide variety of data that present a coherent picture of business information
data warehouse
A single system (or database) that accepts information from multiple systems for the purpose of reporting A data warehouse is not currently planned for the e*mpac Project
data warehouse
Software and hardware to support a massive relational database management system (RDBMS) with multiple indices that allow users of a DSS/EIS to quickly perform longitudinal studies of extensive amounts of Medicaid or other stored public assistance data Common RDBMS technologies include Oracle 8, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise, and Sybase Adaptive Server IQ
data warehouse
–A large database designed to streamline analysis (rather than to streamline transaction processing) It consists of cleansed (ideally) data and metadata (data about the data)
data warehouse
A specific database (or set of databases) containing data from many sources that are linked by a common subject (e g , a plan member) 7
data warehouse
A collection of integrated subject-oriented databases designed to support the decision support systems function, where each unit of data is relevant to some moment in time
data warehouse
A collection of databases, data tables, and mechanisms to access the data on a single subject Source : Human Genome Project Information
data warehouse
This vast database stores information like a data repository but goes a step further, allowing users to access data to perform research-oriented analyses
data warehouse
A collection of software and data organized to collect, cleanse, transform and store data from a variety of sources, and analyze and present information to support decision-making, tactical and strategic business processes
data warehouse
Data mining and data warehousing go hand in hand Before you can effectively mine information, you have to put it all in one place - at least temporarily Data warehousing involves integrating information from different systems, functions, and locations across an enterprise into a central database to allow more accurate analysis of customer needs, buying patterns, and profitability and improved decision making and marketing
data warehouse
An implementation of an informational database used to store sharable data sourced from an operational database-of-record It is typically a subject database that allows users to tap into a company's vast store of operational data to track and respond to business trends and facilitate forecasting and planning efforts
data warehouse
Multiple databases used to store sharable read?only data that is updated from an operational database-of-record Allows users to tap an organization's data store to track and respond to business trends and facilitate forecasting and planning efforts
data warehouse
A database containing copious amounts of information, organized to aid decision-making in an organization Data warehouses receive batch updates, and are configured for fast online queries to produce succinct summaries of data
data warehouse
According to William Inmon, widely considered the father of the modern data warehouse, a Data Warehouse is a "Subject-Oriented, Integrated, Time-Variant, Nonvolatile collection of data in support of decision making" Data Warehouses tend to have these distinguishing features: (1) Use a subject oriented dimensional data model; (2) Contain publishable data from potentially multiple sources and; (3) Contain integrated reporting tools
data warehouse
A separate database dedicated to decision support Data is transferred from transaction processing systems and integrated It is accessed to provide management information through report writers, query tools, data access and retrieval tools, OLAP servers and enterprise information systems It is a software architecture, not a product
data warehouse
A data warehouse brings together data from multiple transactional systems and enables users to access and analyze the information at various levels throughout an enterprise
data warehouse
A collection of databases, data tables, and mechanisms to access the data on a single subject
data warehouse
A database, frequently very large, that can access all of a company's information While the warehouse can be distributed over several computers and may contain several databases and information from numerous sources in a variety of formats, it should be accessible through a server Thus, access to the warehouse is transparent to the user, who can use simple commands to retrieve and analyze all the information The data warehouse also contains data about how the warehouse is organized, where the information can be found, and any connections between data Frequently used for decision support within an organization, the data warehouse also allows the organization to organize its data, coordinate updates, and see relationships between information gathered from different parts of the organization
data warehouse
Subject-oriented, integrated, time-variant, non-volatile store of data collected from other systems that becomes the foundation for decision support and data analysis
data warehouse
An integration of multiple, large databases and other information sources into a single repository or access point that is suitable for direct querying, analysis, or processing
warehoused
past of warehouse
warehoused
{s} stored in a warehouse
warehouses
third-person singular of warehouse
warehouses
plural of warehouse
warehousing
The short-term borrowing of funds by a mortgage banker using permanent mortgage loans as collateral This form of interim financing is used until the mortgages are sold to a permanent investor
warehousing
includes storage of goods as well as "value-added" services such as pick/pack, kitting, relabelling and break-bulk
warehousing
depositing in a warehouse
warehousing
Holding a mortgage until the market for its resale improves; a fee may be charged to a borrower to offset a lender's mortgage costs Warehousing occurs during tight money markets when discount rates charged by lenders exceed their profit margin, forcing them to hold mortgages until rates drop
warehousing
The storage of both incoming materials for production and finished goods for physical distribution to customers
warehousing
Using existing loans as security for another loan Warehousing involves mortgage portfolios
warehousing
present participle of , warehouse
warehousing
The packaging together of many mortgages for the purpose of selling them in the secondary market usually by a mortgage banker who has originated the loans
warehousing
the act of placing goods in a warehouse
warehousing
Those activities of holding and handling goods in a warehouse (store)
warehousing
The borrowing of funds by a mortgage banker on a short-term basis using permanent mortgage loans as collateral This form of interim financing provides capital for the mortgage banker to use to fund additional loans until the mortgages can be sold to a permanent investor
warehousing
storing goods in warehouses; in finance, using other people to buy shares prior to a takeover bid
warehousing
The borrowing of funds by a mortgage banker on a short-term basis at a commercial bank using permanent mortgage loans as collateral This form of interim financing is used until the mortgages are sold to a permanent investor
warehousing
The act of placing goods in a warehouse, or in a customhouse store
warehousing
the performance of those physical and administrative functions incidental to and required in the conduct of the storage activity, i e receipt, sorting, identification, inspection, preservation, putting away, safekeeping, retrieval for issue and preparation for shipment of materiel
warehousing
The interim holding period from the time of the closing of a loan to its subsequent marketing to capital market investors
warehousing
Mortgage bankers and other financial institutions make loans that are then periodically sold on the secondary market After the loan is made - but before it is sold - the loan is said to be in the lender’s warehouse
warehousing
A term used in financing to describe the process which loan correspondents employ, assembling into one package a number of mortgage loans which the correspondent has originated and selling them in the secondary mortgage market
warehousing
The storage (holding) of goods
warehousing
Short-term borrowing of funds by mortgage bankers using permanent mortgage loans as collateral The money borrowed is used to make additional mortgage loans This interim financing is used until the mortgages are sold to a permanent investor
warehousing
The process by which a mortgage banker or mortgage broker assembles mortgages that he or she has made and prepares the mortgages to be sold in the secondary mortgage market By selling these mortgages the originator now has additional capital that can be used to make more mortgages which in turn may be sold in the secondary mortgage market
warehousing
Mortgage bankers and other financial institutions make loans that are then periodically sold on the secondary market After the loan is made but before it is sold - the loan is said to be in the lenders warehouse
warehousing
Warehousing is the act or process of storing large quantities of goods so that they can be sold or used at a later date. All donations go towards the cost of warehousing. the business or practice of storing large quantities of goods, especially in warehouses
warehousing
The process of assembling mortgages for sale to the secondary mortgage market
warehousing
Warehousing is the assembly of mortgage loans into "pools " Securities that represent shares in these pools are then sold to investors Examples of warehousing "agencies" include Fannie Mae/Federal National Mortgage Association and Ginnie Mae/Government National Mortgage Association
warehousing
The interim holding period from the time of the closing of a issue to its subsequent marketing to capital market investors
warehouse
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