capital

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} büyük harf

Adınızı büyük harflerle yazın. - Write your name in capital letters.

Sadece soyadınızı büyük harflerle yazın. - Write only your family name in capitals.

{i} başkent

Pekin, Çin'in başkentidir. - Beijing is the capital of China.

Kinşasa, Kongo Demokratik Cumhuriyeti'nin başkentidir. - Kinshasa is the capital city of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

{i} kapital

Kapitalistler onları asacağımız ipi bize satacaklar. - The Capitalists will sell us the rope with which we will hang them.

Tom girişimci bir kapitalist. - Tom is a venture capitalist.

sermaye

Yeni bir işe başlamak için sermayeye ihtiyacı vardı. - He needed capital to start a new business.

Sermayeni iyi şekilde kullanmalısın. - You must employ your capital well.

{i} kazanç
{i} kâr

Sermayesi için karlı bir yatırım arıyordu. - He looked for a profitable investment for his capital.

Çoğu Fransız, idam cezasına karşıdır. - Most French people are against capital punishment.

idamlık

O idamlık bir suç mu? - Is that a capital crime?

{s} mükemmel
(Mimarlık) başlık
(Ticaret) mali sermaye
en önemli kent
(harf) büyük
başmal
anamal
ölüm cezası verilebilir
para

Kapitalizme inandığın için paraya tapıyorsun. - You worship money because you believe in capitalism.

Bay Morita sermaye olarak borç para kullanarak bir işe başladı. - Mr. Morita started a business by using borrowed money as capital.

payitaht
ölümle cezalandırılabilir
sütun başlığı
make capital of kendi çıkarına kullanmak
{s} büyük (harf)
belli başlı
{s} mühim
{i} sütun başı
{s} ana

Sermaye, toprak ve iş gücü üretiminin üç ana faktörüdür. - Capital, land and labor are the three key factors of production.

{s} sermayeye ait
{s} önemli

Madrid İspanyanın başkenti ve onun en önemli şehri. - Madrid is the capital of Spain and its most important city.

{s} ölüm

Birçok ülke ölüm cezasını kaldırdı. - Many countries have abolished capital punishment.

Ölüm cezasını kaldıracağım. - I will abolish capital punishment.

(Avrupa Birliği) sermaye, fon, anapara
{s} kusursuz
{s} sermaye ile ilgili
{s} ciddi
{s} baş

İtalya'nın başkenti Roma'dır. - The capital of Italy is Rome.

Pekin, Çin'in başkentidir. - Beijing is the capital of China.

(İnşaat) büyük harf, anapara, başkent
(Askeri) ANA MAL; ANA PARA; BAŞŞEHİR/BAŞKENT
{s} büyük

Cümleler büyük harfle başlar. - Sentences begin with a capital letter.

Adını büyük harflerle yaz. - Write your name in capitals.

{s} cezası ölüm olan
{s} önde gelen
{i} çıkar
istismar etmek
(Ticaret) fon
birinci derecede
sermayeli
başşehir
(Hukuk) ana para
circulating capital
döner sermaye
capital flight
(Bilim, İlim) Sermaye kaçışı
capital letters
büyük harfler
capital asset
(Ticaret) sabit sermaye
capital city
payitaht
capital cost
(Ticaret) yatırım maliyeti
capital flows
(Ticaret) sermaye akımları
capital gain
(Ticaret) değer artışı
capital goods
(Ticaret) ana mal
capital goods
(Ticaret) sabit varlıklar
capital market
sermaye piyasaları
capital ship
(Askeri) ana muharebe gemisi
capital stock
(Ticaret) ana sermaye
capital stock
sermaye birikimi
capital stock
(Ticaret) başlangıç sermayesi
capital tax
varlık vergisi
capital account
sermaye hesabı
capital accumulation
sermaye birikimi
capital assets
sabit varlıklar
capital assets
sermaye kıymetleri
capital budget
yatırım bütçesi
capital city
asitane
capital city
paytaht
capital city
başşehir
capital city
başkent

Hollanda'nın başkenti Amsterdam'dır. - The capital city of the Netherlands is Amsterdam.

Kinşasa, Kongo Demokratik Cumhuriyeti'nin başkentidir. - Kinshasa is the capital city of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

capital consumption
sermaye tüketimi
capital decrease
sermaye azaltımı
capital dividend
sermaye temettüü
capital expenditure
sermaye harcaması
capital expenditures
yatırım gideri
capital expenditures
sermaye harcamaları
capital flow
sermaye akışı
capital fund
sermaye fonu
capital gain
sermaye geliri
capital goods
yatırım malları
capital increase
sermaye artırımı
capital investment
sermaye yatırımı
capital investment
anamal yatırımı
capital letter
büyük harf

Cümleye büyük harfle başlamalısın. - You must begin a sentence with a capital letter.

Lütfen büyük harfleri unutma. - Please do not forget capital letters.

capital levy
sermaye vergisi
capital levy
varlık vergisi
capital market
sermaye piyasası
capital of
in başkenti
capital outlay
yatırım harcamaları
capital punishment
ölüm cezası
capital punishment
idam cezası
capital recovery
anaparanın geri kazanımı
capital resources
öz kaynaklar
capital ship
büyük gemi
capital stock
öz sermaye
capital stock
hisse senedi sermayesi
capital stock
sermaye
capital surplus
sermaye üstesi
capital tax
sermaye vergisi
capital town
başkent
capital-intensive
sermaye yoğun
Capital growth
(Ekonomi) Sermaye artışı, sermaye büyümesi, menkul değerler piyasasındaki artış
capital accumulation regime
(Finans) Sermaye birikimi rejimi
capital adequacy ratio
(Ekonomi) Sermaye yeterlilik oranı
capital allowances
sermaye ödenekleri
capital city of finland
Finlandiya'nin başkenti
capital cost
sermaye
capital costs
sermaye maliyeti
capital depreciation
sermaye amortisman
capital flow
Para akışı
capital gain
(Ekonomi) hisse üzerinden para kazanma
capital gain tax
(Ekonomi) Sermaye kazancı vergisi
capital grant
proje yardımı
capital import
sermaye ithali
capital income
sermaye gelir
capital liability
uzun vadeli borç, sabit borç
capital maintenance
Sermayenin korunması
capital market board
sermaye piyasası kurulu
capital markets
sermaye piyasaları
capital mobility
paranın ülkelerarası seyahat imkanı
capital of a country
Bir ülkenin sermaye
capital of syria
Suriye'nin başkenti
capital position statement
sermaye durumu cetveli
capital scarce
Sermaye sıkıntısı
capital value
sermaye değeri
capital-abundant
Sermaye zengini, sermayesi bol
capital-intensive
sermaye-yoğun
capital expenditure
sermaye masrafı
capital goods
üretim malları
capital stock
(Ticaret) sermaye stoku
The capital
sermayesi olan
capital of
Sermayenin
capital expenditure
sermaye artırımı
capital goods
yatırım
capital goods
sermaye malları
capital letter
majüskül
capital of
-in başkenti
capital stock
esas sermaye hisse senedi
capitals
büyük harf

Sadece soyadınızı büyük harflerle yazın. - Write only your family name in capitals.

Adını büyük harflerle yaz. - Write your name in capitals.

capitals
Büyük harfler

Alfabeyi büyük harflerle yazın. - Write the alphabet in capitals.

Sadece soyadınızı büyük harflerle yazın. - Write only your family name in capitals.

İngilizce - İngilizce
Knowledge; awareness; proficiency

Interpreters need a good amount of cultural capital in order to function efficiently in the profession.

excellent

That is a capital idea!.

uppercase

One begins a sentence with a capital letter.

The uppermost part of a column
A city designated as a legislative seat by the government or some other authority, often the city in which the government is located; otherwise the most important city within a country or a subdivision of it

The Welsh government claims that Cardiff is Europe’s youngest capital.

The most important city in the field specified

Hollywood is the film capital, New York the theater capital, Las Vegas the gambling capital.

Money and wealth. The means to acquire goods and services, especially in a non-barter system
of prime importance
Already-produced durable goods available for use as a factor of production, such as steam shovels (equipment) and office buildings (structures)

He does not have enough capital to start a business.

involving punishment by death

Not all felonies are capital crimes.

An uppercase letter
{n} principal sum, stock, large letter, upper part of a pillar or column, chief city
{a} principal, fine, deserving death, large
The total amount of money or other resources owned or used to acquire future income or benefits
(1) Money used to create income, either as an investment in a business or an income property (2) The money or property comprising the wealth owned or used by a person or business enterprise (3) The accumulated wealth of a person or business (4) The net worth of a business represented by the amount by which its assets exceed liabilities
An imaginary line dividing a bastion, ravelin, or other work, into two equal parts
Money invested in a business by its owners
That portion of the produce of industry, which may be directly employed either to support human beings or to assist in production
It consists generally of three parts, abacus, bell (or vase), and necking
The head or uppermost member of a column, pilaster, etc
Having reference to, or involving, the forfeiture of the head or life; affecting life; punishable with death; as, capital trials; capital punishment
The head or crowning feature of a column or pillar Structurally, capitals broaden the area of a column so that it can more easily bear the weight of the arch or entablature it supports
(1)Money used to create income, either as an investment in a business or an income property (2) The money or property comprising the wealth owned or used by a person or business enterprise (3) The accumulated wealth as a person or business (4) The net worth of a business represented by the amount by which its assets exceed liabilities
The money or wealth needed to produce goods and services See also human capital and physical capital
disapproval If you say that someone is making capital out of a situation, you disapprove of the way they are gaining an advantage for themselves through other people's efforts or bad luck. He rebuked the President for trying to make political capital out of the hostage situation. In architecture, the crowning member of a column, pier, pilaster, or other vertical form, providing a structural support and transition for the horizontal member (entablature) or arch above. In Classical styles, the capital is the architectural member that most readily identifies the order. Simple stone capitals have been found in the earliest known pyramids of ancient Egypt ( 2890-2686 BC), at Saqqarah. In economics, the stock of resources that are used to produce other goods now and in the future. In classical economics the three factors of production are capital, labour, and land. Capital embodies the man-made resources, which include the buildings, plant, equipment, and inventories created by all three factors. In this sense, capital goods may be contrasted with consumer goods. The creation of capital goods means that consumption is forgone, resulting in saving. The flow of saving becomes a flow of investment. Expenditures on education and training are often referred to as investment in human capital (see Gary S. Becker). Financial capital is the term given to the stocks and bonds issued in order to finance the acquisition of capital goods. Capital District of Santafé de Bogotá Australian Capital Territory capital gains tax capital levy capital punishment capital goods opera of the capital
Funding for investment in capital assets or to operate a business Also refers to the value of an investment in a business, or in assets such as property or shares
Capital is the part of an amount of money borrowed or invested which does not include interest. With a conventional repayment mortgage, the repayments consist of both capital and interest
the upper part of a column that supports the entablature
1 Wealth in the form of cash or property that can be used to earn income 2 The net worth of a business, which is the amount by which its assets are greater than its liabilities 3 What you own free and clear
of primary important; "our capital concern was to avoid defeat"
{i} city where national or regional government is located; property, assets, wealth; top of a column
Money, property, or stock employed in trade, manufactures, etc
Money which is used to supply “working” capital or to purchase capital goods, which are to be used to generate the income of the company Capital can also include the reserves of undistributed profit retained by the company Share capital refers to the money raised as a result of the sale of company shares Working capital is used to buy stock and finance debtors
Of or pertaining to the head
one of the large alphabetic characters used as the first letter in writing or printing proper names and sometimes for emphasis; "printers once kept the type for capitals and for small letters in separate cases; capitals were kept in the upper half of the type case and so became known as upper-case letters"
Anything which can be used to increase one's power or influence
1) The net worth of a business defined by the amount by which its assets exceed its liabilities 2) Money used to create income 3) The money or other assets comprising the wealth at the disposal of a person or business enterprise 4) The accumulated wealth of a business or individual
The amount of money invested in the business by stockholders, or accumulated in profits Also referred to as Equity, or Net Worth
Broadly, all the money and other property of a corporation or other enterprise used in transacting its business Capitalization Long-term debt, preferred stock and net worth The loan capital of a community development loan fund; includes that which has been borrowed from and is repayable to third parties as well as that which is earned or owned by the loan fund (i e "permanent capital") Capital Markets Those financial markets, including institutions and individuals, that exchange securities, especially long-term debt instruments Cash Flow Financing Short-term loan providing additional cash to cover cash shortfalls in anticipation of revenue, such as the payment(s) of receivables
a seat of government
*** Assets less liabilities, representing the ownership interest in a business; *** a stock of accumulated goods, especially at a specified time and in contrast to income received during a specified time period; *** accumulated goods devoted to the produc
The wealth, as in money or property, available to be invested in a business
The amount representing the owners’ equity in the assets of the company
The seat of government; the chief city or town in a country; a metropolis
punishable by death; "a capital offense"
first-rate; "a capital fellow"; "a capital idea"
a seat of government wealth in the form of money or property owned by a person or business and human resources of economic value assets available for use in the production of further assets uppercase; "capital A"; "great A"; "many medieval manuscripts are in majuscule script"
Capitals or capital letters are written or printed letters in the form which is used at the beginning of sentences or names. `T', `B', and `F' are capitals. The name and address are written in capitals
Physical capital is the stock of products set aside to support future production and consumption In the national income and product accounts, private capital consists of business inventories, producers' durable equipment, and residential and nonresidential structures Financial capital is funds raised by governments, individuals, or businesses by incurring liabilities such as bonds, mortgages, or stock certificates Human capital is the education, training, work experience, and other attributes that enhance the ability of the labor force to produce goods and services Bank capital is the sum advanced and put at risk by the owners of a bank; it represents the first "cushion" in the event of loss, thereby decreasing the willingness of the owners to take risks in lending See investment [Back to top]
the sum invested or lent, as distinguished from the income or interest
Money used to create income, either as investment in a business or income-producing property
account that represents real ownership and is the difference between the value of the assets and the liabilities Includes owner's original investment, subsequent investments and profit derived from the business less losses incurred and withdrawals from the owner
See Capital letter, under Capital, a
A capital offence is one that is so serious that the person who commits it can be punished by death. Espionage is a capital offence in this country. Americans wrongly convicted of capital crimes. see also working capital
Cash or goods used to generate income The net worth of a business, i e the amount by which its assets exceed its liabilities
See Capital stock, under Capital, a
One of the basic resources used in a technological system Capital (money) is the accumulated finances and goods devoted to the production of other goods
A business's cash or property, or an investor's pile of cash
the upper part of a column that supports the entablature one of the large alphabetic characters used as the first letter in writing or printing proper names and sometimes for emphasis; "printers once kept the type for capitals and for small letters in separate cases; capitals were kept in the upper half of the type case and so became known as upper-case letters"
Broadly, all the money and other property of a corporation or other enterprise used in transacting its business
Chief, in a political sense, as being the seat of the general government of a state or nation; as, Washington and Paris are capital cities
See these terms, and Column
wealth in the form of money or property owned by a person or business and human resources of economic value
Capital is a large sum of money which you use to start a business, or which you invest in order to make more money. Companies are having difficulty in raising capital A large amount of capital is invested in all these branches
First in importance; chief; principal
The capital of a country is the city or town where its government or parliament meets. Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal
a book written by Karl Marx (1867) describing his economic theories
Of first rate quality; excellent; as, a capital speech or song
assets available for use in the production of further assets
If a place is the capital of a particular industry or activity, it is the place that is most famous for it, because it happens in that place more than anywhere else. Colmar has long been considered the capital of the wine trade. New York, the fashion capital of the world
capital account
An asset account used to track the value of capital assets owned by an entity. The purchase price of a capital asset is deducted from equity accounts such as cash on hand, checking or other cash accounts and added to a capital asset account such as equipment, real property or other long-term assets
capital account
An account that records all transactions between domestic and foreign residents that involve a change of ownership of an asset. It is the net result of public and private international investment flowing in and out of a country
capital accounts
plural form of capital account
capital asset
An asset that is recorded on a balance sheet as capital - that is, property that creates more property, such as a factory that creates shoes, or a forest that yields a quantity of wood
capital asset
An asset in the sense of accounting, but also including financial assets such as stocks or bonds
capital budgeting
The budgeting process in which a company plans its capital expenditure (the spending on assets of long-term value)
capital cities
plural form of capital city
capital city
A city that is a seat of government
capital crime
A crime that is punishable by death
capital crimes
plural form of capital crime
capital equipment
Any single asset which has an acquisition cost of $5,000 or more and a useful life of more than one year, whether purchased outright, acquired through a capital lease or through donation. It also includes certain constructed or fabricated items and certain component parts (See UW Shared Financial System Accounts and Definitions.) It does not include real property (land), software or library holdings
capital equipment
Any equipment used by an organization to produce other commodities
capital expenditure
Funds spent by a company to acquire or upgrade a long-term asset
capital gain
An amount by which the value or the proceeds of the sale of a capital asset by its owner exceed its cost to the owner
capital gain
An increase in the value of a capital asset
capital gains
plural form of capital gain
capital letter
Letters A, B, C, ... (as opposed to a, b, c, ...)
capital letters
plural form of capital letter
capital loss
A amount by which the proceeds of the sale of a capital asset by its owner are less than its cost to the owner
capital loss
A decrease in the value of a capital asset
capital market
The market for long-term securities, including the stock market and the bond market
capital market line
A line representing the relationship between expected return and standard deviation
capital markets
plural form of capital market
capital messuage
A house together with its yard, outbuildings, and land
capital of the world
used to emphasize a location's ties with a particular noun

Las Vegas is the wedding capital of the world.

capital offense
A crime for which the maximum penalty is capital punishment
capital offense
A crime for which the maximum penalty is life in prison without parole
capital punishment
punishment by death
capital punishments
plural form of capital punishment
capital ship
the most important type of warship in a nation's fleet
capital ships
plural form of capital ship
capital stock
The total amount of common and preferred stock (shares) that a company can issue
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
capital-intensive
Needing a relatively large expenditure on capital, especially when compared to that spent on labour

Petroleum is the most productive and capital-intensive industry while apparel is the least productive and least capital intensive.

capital structure
distribution of equity and foreign capital of a company
capital flight
(Bilim, İlim) 1. The movement of money from one investment to another in search of greater stability or increased returns.2. The movement of money from investments in one country to another in order to avoid country-specific risk (such as high inflation or political turmoil) or in search of higher returns
Capital Asset Pricing Model
(Finans) In finance, the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) is used to determine a theoretically appropriate required rate of return of an asset, if that asset is to be added to an already well-diversified portfolio, given that asset's non-diversifiable risk. The model takes into account the asset's sensitivity to non-diversifiable risk (also known as systematic risk or market risk), often represented by the quantity beta (β) in the financial industry, as well as the expected return of the market and the expected return of a theoretical risk-free asset
Capital growth
(Ekonomi) An increase in the market price of an asset. also called capital appreciation
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)
capital adequacy ratio
(Ekonomi) Capital adequacy ratio (CAR), also called Capital to Risk (Weighted) Assets Ratio (CRAR), is a ratio of a bank's capital to its risk. National regulators track a bank's CAR to ensure that it can absorb a reasonable amount of loss
capital cost
The opportunity cost of the funds employed as the result of an investment decision; the rate of return that a business could earn if it chose another investment with equivalent risk. (synonym) cost of capital
capital good
(Ekonomi) In economics, capital goods, in contrast to consumer goods, are goods used in the production of (physical) capital. Capital goods refer to real products that are utilized in the production of other products but are not incorporated into the other products themselves. They are often called fixed human-made means of production. Capital goods include factories, machinery, tools, and various buildings. They are different from raw materials which are used up in the production of goods. Many goods could be categorized as capital goods or as consumer goods according to usage; for example cars and personal computers, these - and most capital goods - are also durable goods
capital mobility
(Ekonomi) the ability of money to cross national borders
capitally
{a} in a capittal manner, finely
Capital Letters
upper-case letters that denote first words in sentences, proper nouns, etc
capital city
{i} city that is the seat of government of a state or nation
capital expenditure
the cost of long-term improvements
capital expenditure
The cost of a capital asset or a property improvement made to add value to or extend the useful life of an existing capital asset
capital expenditure
The construction or purchase of a fixed asset (land, building, machinery, etc ) costing $2,000 or more and having an expected life of two years or more Capital expenditures are depreciated over Guideline Lives specified by the IRS
capital expenditure
an improvement (as distinguished from a repair) that will have a life of more than one year Capital expenditures are generally depreciated over their useful life, as distinguished from repairs, which are subtracted from income of the current year
capital expenditure
A payment to buy, build, improve or fix an asset (property that you own) which will last for more than one year Capital expenditures generally can't be deducted in the year paid Instead, they must usually be added to your investment (adjusted basis) in the asset, then be written off (depreciated) over a longer period Examples of capital expenditures include the costs to build a new building, add a new roof, build a new den, pay a broker for finding a tenant, and so forth
capital expenditure
Money spent for the purchase or expansion of plant or equipment
capital expenditure
An expenditure intended to benefit the future activities of a business, usually by adding to the assets of a business, or by improving an existing asset
capital expenditure
additional costs of plant assets that provides material benefits extending beyond the current period; also called balance sheet expenditure (p 461)
capital expenditure
The cost of an improvement made to extend the useful life of a property or to add to its value
capital expenditure
Expenditure on items with a lifetime of more than one year e g buildings Personnel expenditure is classed as "non-capital"
capital expenditure
spending on capital equipment
capital expenditure
An expenditure that is recorded as an asset because it is expected to benefit more that the current period
capital expenditure
The cost of making improvements on property
capital expenditure
any cost required for the acquisition, construction, reconstruction or improvement of assets subject to depreciation by the company
capital expenditure
Money spent to acquire or upgrade physical assets such as buildings and machinery also called capital spending or capital expense
capital expenditure
Money spent to improve a property and enhance its value over an extended period of time (as opposed to a repair) May be added to the adjusted cost base of the property improved or depreciated over the useful life of the improvement
capital expenditure
An expenditure of funds that extends the useful life of a capital asset or adds to its value
capital expenditure
An expenditure for the acquisition, replacement, modernization, or expansion of facilities or equipment which under generally accepted accounting principles is not properly chargeable as an expense of operation and maintenance
capital expenditure
Amount used during a particular period to acquire or improve long-term assets such as property, plant or equipment
capital expenditure
The cost of an improvement made either to lengthen the useful life of a property or to add value to it It's a fancy term for the money you pony up for improvements See also capital improvement
capital expenditure
An expenditure made for assets with useful lives of more than one year Usually capital expenditures may not be deducted in the year they are paid, even if they are paid in connection with a trade or business In other words, they are capitalized and generally may be depreciated or amortized
capital expenditure
Cost of improving a property for the purpose of increasing its useful life and value
capital expenditure
The cost of making improvements on a property
capital expenditure
The cost of an asset, including the cost to put it in place Capital expenditure for equipment, for example, means the net invoice price of the equipment, including the cost of any modifications, attachments, accessories, or auxiliary apparatus necessary to make it usable for the purpose for which it was acquired Ancillary charges, such as taxes, duty, protective in-transit insurance, freight, and installation may be included in the capital expenditure cost in accordance with the recipient organization's regular accounting practices
capital expenditure
Expenditure on the acquisition of fixed assets or expenditure that adds to the life or value of an existing fixed asset
capital expenditure
Funds spent for the acquisition of a long-term asset
capital expenditure
An expenditure for the acquisition, replacement, modernization, or expansion of facilities or equipment which, under generally accepted accounting principles, is not properly chargeable as an expense of operation and maintenance
capital goods
Raw materials used to produce finished products
capital goods
Fixed assets used in the production of the goods for sale These items include machinery and equipment
capital goods
Produced factors of production, such as tools, buildings, transportation facilities, partially finished goods, and both cash and consumers goods which make it possible for the owner to engage in more time-consuming and more productive processes of wealth production than would be possible if he did not possess such forms of saving In short, stored up labor, natural resources and time in the form of economic goods whose possession reduces the time necessary to attain some goal of human endeavor AC 84-89; HA 259-61, 490-93490-93; PF 111, 120
capital goods
Capital goods are manufactured products that are used to produce other goods
capital goods
machinery
capital goods
are the goods used in the manufacture of finished products, such as textile machinery, which is used to produce cloth for sale
capital goods
Products destined to be employed in the production of other goods or services
capital goods
machines and buildings used to produce goods
capital goods
Goods used by firms to produce other goods, e g , office buildings, machinery, equipment
capital goods
Unlike goods intended to be consumed, capital goods are used to produce other goods Machinery in a factory would be an example of capital goods
capital goods
The means of production, such as factory buildings, equipment, etc , used to produce wealth Also goods used in the production of other goods
capital goods
Plant machinery and other equipment for industrial use
capital goods
Buildings, tools, machinery, and other equipment or items used to produce goods and services <top>
capital goods
the machines and buildings firms invest in, with funds from the capital market
capital goods
Those goods used by the customer to produce its own products; items that require expenditures as investments rather than expenses or variable costs
capital goods
goods produced and used to make other goods and services
capital goods
Goods used by firms to produce other goods, for example office buildings, machinery, equipment
capital goods
Capital goods are used to make other products. Compare consumer goods. Goods, such as machinery, used in the production of commodities; producer goods. goods such as machines or buildings that are made for the purpose of producing other goods consumer goods
capital letter
one of the large alphabetic characters used as the first letter in writing or printing proper names and sometimes for emphasis; "printers once kept the type for capitals and for small letters in separate cases; capitals were kept in the upper half of the type case and so became known as upper-case letters"
capital letter
upper-case letter used to begin a sentence or proper name (A, B, C, etc.)
capital letter
Capital letters are the same as capitals. A letter written or printed in a size larger than and often in a form differing from its corresponding lowercase letter; an uppercase letter
capital letter
{i} majuscule
capital letters
upper-case letters used to begin a sentence or proper name (A, B, C, etc.)
capital market
The market for trading long-term debt instruments (those that mature in more than one year)
capital market
The market in which corporate equity and longer-term debt securities (those maturing in more than one year) are issued and traded
capital market
The market where long-term securities are traded
capital market
A market that enables suppliers and demanders of long-term funds to make transactions (Chapter 1)
capital market
the various institutions concerned with raising funds and sharing and insuring risks, including banks, insurance markets, bond markets, and the stock market
capital market
A market where debt or equity securities are traded
capital market
Long-term borrowed funds and equity capital are negotiated on the capital market Via this market private businesses and public authorities accrue a large part of the capital needed to finance their investments and other expenditure These parties seeking capital acquire long-term money by taking out long-term loans and non-bonded loans with the banks and through the issue of bonds, shares, debentures, convertibles and option loans In essence the capital market is fed by savings from private households with the banks, but also from the funds of the insurance companies, who can lend their money for longer periods at reduced rates of interest, as well as from foreign investors A distinction is drawn between the organized capital market of the banks and exchanges, on which shares and fixed-interest securities are traded, and the unorganized, 'grey' capital market Here capital transactions are processed without the involvement of banks and exchanges
capital market
The financial market for buying and selling long-term investments (those with maturities of greater than one year), such as mortgages, Treasury bonds, and certificates of deposit
capital market
the banks and financial institutions from which companies and governments can raise long term finance
capital market
The market for buying and selling long-term loanable funds such as bonds and mortgages The market for short-term funds is typically referred to as the money market
capital market
system where financial business deals are performed between investors and savers
capital market
a market of debt and equity instruments that mature in more than 1 year
capital market
The universe of publicly traded securities, including stocks, Treasury and agency bonds, mortgage-related securities, corporate and municipal fixed-income securities and money-market instruments worldwide
capital market
The market for equity securities (stocks) and debt obligations with maturities in excess of one year
capital market
A market, for example in a stock exchange, through which funds are obtained for investment A potential bidder will often need to obtain financial backing in a capital market before making a major bid in a privatisation
capital market
The market in which corporate equity and longer-term debt securities (those maturing in more than one year) are issued and traded [FRBC][FRBM][FRBSF] (see also debt, securities)
capital market
The financial market for buying and selling long-term investments such as mortgages, Treasury bonds, and certificates of deposit
capital market
where money for investment is raised and where the shares and bonds that are issued to raise it are then bought and sold
capital market
Capital market is the broad term for the market where investment products such as stocks and bonds are bought and sold It includes all the people and organizations which support the process
capital market
the various institutions concerned with raising funds and sharing and insuring risks; it includes banks, insurance markets, bond markets, and the stock market
capital market
The market for long-term investment funds, involving primarily investment bankers, savings banks, insurance companies, pension funds, and trust companies
capital market
The financial market for long-term debt and equity financial claims
capital punishment
Capital punishment is punishment which involves the legal killing of a person who has committed a serious crime such as murder. Most democracies have abolished capital punishment. The penalty of death for the commission of a crime. punishment which involves killing someone who has committed a crime death penalty. or death penalty Execution of an offender sentenced to death after conviction by a court of law of a criminal offense. Capital punishment for murder, treason, arson, and rape was widely employed in ancient Greece, and the Romans also used it for a wide range of offenses. It also has been sanctioned at one time or another by most of the world's major religions. In 1794 the U.S. state of Pennsylvania became the first jurisdiction to restrict the death penalty to first-degree murder, and in 1846 Michigan abolished capital punishment for all murders and other common crimes. In 1863 Venezuela became the first country to abolish capital punishment for all crimes. Portugal was the first European country to abolish the death penalty (1867). By the mid-1960s some 25 countries had abolished the death penalty for murder. During the last third of the 20th century, the number of abolitionist countries increased more than threefold. Despite the movement toward abolition, many countries have retained capital punishment, and some have extended its scope. In the U.S., three-fourths of the states and the federal government retain the death penalty, and death sentences are regularly carried out in China, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and Iran. Supporters of the death penalty claim that life imprisonment is not an effective deterrent to criminal behaviour. Opponents maintain that the death penalty has never been an effective deterrent, that errors sometimes lead to the execution of innocent persons, and that capital punishment is imposed inequitably, mostly on the poor and on racial minorities
capital punishment
death sentence
capital stock
the general term referring to a corporation's stock used in obtaining its capital (owner financing) (p 566)
capital stock
Stock authorized by a firm's charter and having par value, stated value, or no par value The number and value of issued shares are usually shown, together with the number of shares authorized, in the capital accounts section of the balance sheet See: Common stock
capital stock
All shares, common and preferred, authorized and issued by a company
capital stock
The economy's, or sometimes a firm's, total accumulated stock of buildings, roads, other infrastructure, machines, and inventories The greater the capital stock, the more productive is the average worker A substantial chunk of long-run economic growth is due to increases in the capital stock
capital stock
Ownership shares of a CORPORATION authorized by its ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION The money value assigned to a corporation's issued shares The BALANCE SHEET account with the aggregate amount of the PAR VALUE or STATED VALUE of all stock issued by a corporation
capital stock
Ownership shares of a company consisting of all common and preferred stock
capital stock
The account maintained on the company books to show the issued value of the stock of a corporation The corporation may have different classes of stock with differing rights (such as voting and nonvoting) Each class of stock is shown in a separate account
capital stock
Shares of stock that represent ownership of a portion of the corporation
capital stock
Amount of money or property contributed by stockholders to be used as the financial foundation for the corporation It includes all classes of common and preferred stock
capital stock
The portion of a corporation's owners' equity contributed by investors (owners) in exchange for shares of stock
capital stock
The specified amount of stock a company can issue/sell (the capital stock's initial value is its Par Value)
capital stock
All shares representing ownership of a business, including preferred and common (See: Common stock, Preferred stock)
capital stock
Stock authorized by a firm's charter and having par value, stated value, or no par value The number and the value of issued shares are usually shown, together with the number of shares authorized, in the capital accounts section of the balance sheet See: Common stock
capital stock
the ownership interest represented by the shares of the company
capital stock
Property, plant and equipment used in the production, processing and distribution of energy resources
capital stock
Another phrase for common shares often used when you have only one class of shares outstanding
capital stock
The ownership shares of a corporation authorized by its articles of incorporation, including preferred and common stock
capital stock
The amount of money or property contributed by stockholders to be used as the financial foundation for a corporation, including common and preferred stock
capital stock
All ownership shares of a company, both common and preferred
capital stock
All shares representing ownership of a business, including preferred and common
capital stock
All the outstanding shares of a corporation’s stock, including preferred and common shares The total amount of a corporation’s common and preferred stock is authorized by its charter or certificate of incorporation
capital stock
(Capital-actions, capital social d'une entreprise) The number of shares authorized for issuance by a company's charter, including both common shares and preferred shares
capital stock
the book value of the outstanding shares of a corporation
capital stock
True representation of the shareholder's collective interest after creditors are paid
capital stock
the maximum number of shares authorized under the terms of a corporation's articles of incorporation
capital stock
Shares of ownership in a corporation
capital stock
All shares representing ownership of a business, including common and preferred
capital stock
total stated value of a company's shares
capitally
In a capital manner
capitally
in a capital way; excellently
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