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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} çıkar sağlamak
(Bilgisayar) büyük harfle

İngilizce bir cümledeki ilk sözcüğün büyük harfle başlaması gerekir. - The first word of an English sentence should be capitalized.

Almanca'da bütün isimler büyük harfle yazılır. - All German nouns are written with the first letter capitalized.

sermaye sağlamak
faydalanmak
sermayeye çevirmek
(Bilgisayar) büyük harfe çevir
yararlan
(on ile) -den yararlanmak
{f} büyük harflerle yazmak
{f} -i sermayeye çevirmek
büyük harf ile yazmak
para ver/paraya çevir
{f} -e sermaye sağlamak
{f} sermayeleştirmek
capitalize on kendi menfaatine çevirmek
{f} yararlanmak
{f} -i büyük harfle yazmak
{f} sermaye olarak kullanmak
{f} katılımcı olmak
capitalize on
(Dilbilim) istismar etmek
capitalize on
-den faydalanmak
capitalize on
kendi menfaatine çevirmek
capitalize on
çıkar sağlamak
capitalize on
(Dilbilim) istifade etmek
capitalize on
yararlan
capitalize on
(Fiili Deyim ) -den yararlanmak
capitalize on
-i kendi menfaatine çevirmek, -den faydalanmak
capitalization
faiz vb
capitalization
paraya çevirme/malvarlık
capitalization
(Ticaret) sermaye değeri
capitalize on
yararlanmak
capitalization
büyük harfe çevirme
capitalization
sermayelendirme
capitalization
anamala çevirme
capitalise
f., İng., bak. capitalize
capitalization
kapitalizasyon
capitalization
işletme sermayesi
capitalization
{i} sermayeye katma
capitalization
gelirleri sermayeye katma
capitalization
sermaye miktarı
capitalization
büyük harf kullanma
capitalization
majüskül harf kullanma tarzı
to capitalize
büyük harfle yazmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
To convert into capital, ie to get cash or similar immediately fungible resources for some less fungible property or source of future income

If we obtain a loan using the business as collateral, the effect will be to capitalize our next ten years of income, giving us cash today that we can use to buy out our competitor.

To profit or to obtain an advantage

The home team took several shots on goal but was unable to capitalize until late in the game.

In writing or editing, to write in capital letters, in upper case, either the entire word or text, or just the initial letter(s) thereof

In English, proper nouns should always be capitalized.

To contribute or acquire capital (money or other resources) for

Some states require proof that a new venture is properly capitalized before the state will issue a certificate of incorporation.

To treat as capital, not as an expense
To seize, as an opportunity; to obtain a benefit

The home team appeared to have the advantage throughout the game, and finally capitalized on their opponents' weakness with just two minutes remaining, scoring several points in quick succession.

When money is spent, accountants either record it as an expense in that period capitalize the expenditure and recognize it as an expense at a later date When money is spent for advertising, for example, an expense is recognized immediately On the other hand, if money is spent to buy a machine that will be used for the next 10 years, the income statement sees no impact now Instead, the cost of the machine is capitalized - increasing the PP&E balance on the balance sheet Over the next 10 years the expense is recognized through an annual Depreciation expense on the income statement
To compute, appraise, or assess the capital value of a patent right, an annuity, etc
To print in capital letters, or with an initial capital
convert (a company's reserve funds) into capital
The act of classifying an expenditure as an asset, which allows the asset to be allocated (depreciated) over multiple time periods where benefit is derived
Add an expense to an asset account because its benefits exceed one year
compute the present value of a business or an income
consider expenditures as capital assets rather than expenses
In accounting and taxation, to treat as capital, not as an expense. (This has implications for when deductions may be taken, at least under US law.)
To record an outlay as an asset (as opposed to an Expense), which is subject to depreciation or amortization
To treat certain expenditures as capital expenditures for Federal income tax computations
In writing or editing, to write in capital letters (a.k.a. upper case) either the entire word or text, or just the initial letter(s) thereof
convert (a company's reserve funds) into capital consider expenditures as capital assets rather than expenses compute the present value of a business or an income write in capital letters draw advantages from; "he is capitalizing on her mistake"; "she took advantage of his absence to meet her lover"
Level at which you would establish a record for an item that meets the definition of a capital asset
{f} turn into capital; finance, provide with capital; write in capital letters (also capitalise)
When expenses that are not deductible are added to your investment (adjusted basis) in the property, they are capitalized
supply with capital, as of a business by using a combination of capital used by investors and debt capital provided by lenders
To set up an expenditure as an asset or to increase the recorded value of an asset so that the expenditure can be charged off as depreciation expense during future accounting periods It is the opposite of "expensing" an expenditure (Source: FHA Handbook 4370 4 REV-1, Appendix 2)
To treat the cost of additions and improvements to property as a capital improvement
draw advantages from; "he is capitalizing on her mistake"; "she took advantage of his absence to meet her lover"
1 to estimate the present lump sum value of an income stream 2 to set up the cost of an asset on financial records
to gain by turning something to an advantage; to profit from
To add an amount to the tax basis of a property
Term meaning that a cost item is recorded as an asset on the balance sheet instead of on the income statement Some companies use this device to manipulate earnings and make the company look more profitable than it really is
write in capital letters
A verb with two different meanings in accounting The first is to debit an expenditure to an asset account, rather than directly to expense The second is to determine the value of an investment by dividing the annual return by the investor's required rate of return (See Refer to page 352)
To set capital aside to fund a risk
To classify a cost as a long-term investment, rather than charging it to current operations
To convert into capital, or to use as capital
In Finance: to find the present value of a stream of cash flows In Accounting: to reflect costs of the balance sheet rather than charge them off through the income statement, as to capitalize major repairs to a fixed asset
The recording of an expenditure as an asset rather than an expense, which is then written-off over a period of years Examples are capitalized leases and interest
In business, if you capitalize something that belongs to you, you sell it in order to make money. Our intention is to capitalize the company by any means we can The company will be capitalized at £2 million. + capitalization capi·tali·za·tion a massive capitalization programme
In finance, to convert into capital, ie to get cash or similar immediately fungible resources for some less fungible property or source of future income
capi·tal·ize capitalizes capitalizing capitalized in BRIT, also use capitalise1. If you capitalize on a situation, you use it to gain some advantage for yourself. The rebels seem to be trying to capitalize on the public's discontent with the government
In business, to have, contribute or acquire capital (money or other resources) for a business
capitalize on
{f} put to practical use; take advantage of; benefit from
capitalise
(followed by on) To seize, as an opportunity; to obtain a benefit

The home team appeared to have the advantage throughout the game, and finally capitalised on their opponents' weakness with just two minutes remaining, scoring several points in quick succession.

capitalise
to make use of capital letters (a.k.a. upper case)

In English, proper nouns should always be capitalised.

capitalise
to have, contribute or acquire capital (money or other resources) for a business

Some states require proof that a new venture is properly capitalised before the state will issue a certificate of incorporation.

capitalise
: To profit or to obtain an advantage

The home team took several shots on goal but was unable to capitalise until late in the game.

capitalise
to convert into capital, ie to get cash or similar immediately fungible resources for some less fungible property or source of future income

If we obtain a loan using the business as collateral, the effect will be to capitalise our next ten years of income, giving us cash today that we can use to buy out our competitor.

capitalise
convert (a company's reserve funds) into capital
capitalise
to treat as capital, not as an expense. (This has implications for when deductions may be taken, at least under US law.)
capitalise
{f} turn into capital; finance, provide with capital; write in capital letters (also capitalize)
capitalise
compute the present value of a business or an income
capitalise
write in capital letters
capitalise
To profit or to obtain an advantage
capitalise
To seize, as an opportunity; to obtain a benefit
capitalise
supply with capital, as of a business by using a combination of capital used by investors and debt capital provided by lenders
capitalise
draw advantages from; "he is capitalizing on her mistake"; "she took advantage of his absence to meet her lover"
capitalise
consider expenditures as capital assets rather than expenses
capitalised
past of capitalise
capitalised
{s} capitalized, printed in capital letters; large (of a letter or letters); converted into capital (net worth)
capitalises
third-person singular of capitalise
capitalising
present participle of capitalise
capitalization
The process of adding unpaid interest to the principal balance of an education loan, thereby increasing the total amount to be repaid eventually The alternative to capitalization is to pay the interest monthly or quarterly, as it accrues
capitalization
The practice of adding unpaid interest charges to the principal balance of an educational loan, thereby increasing the size of the loan Interest is then charged on the new balance, including both the unpaid principal and the accrued interest Capitalizing the interest increases the monthly payment and the amount of money you will eventually have to repay If you can afford to pay the interest as it accrues, you are better off not capitalizing it Capitalization is sometimes called compounding
capitalization
A term used to describe a company's total value Capitalization is calculated by multiplying a stock's share price by its number of outstanding shares A small-cap company generally has a value of less than $500 million Mid-cap companies are valued between $500 million and $5 billion and large cap's have values over $5 billion
capitalization
writing in capital letters
capitalization
The practice of adding interest to the principal or loan amount, instead of paying the interest while in school Through capitalization, a student can put off payments on an unsubsidized loan until after their class hours drop below half time status, but the amount owed after college will as the interest is accrued on the capitalized interest each month Capitalization costs you money in the long run
capitalization
The practice of adding unpaid interest charges to the principal, increasing the size of the loan principal
capitalization
Adding unpaid, accumulated interest to the outstanding principal balance of the loan After adding interest to the outstanding principal balance of the loan, future interest will accrue based on the new principal balance, thus creating a situation where you are paying interest on interest
capitalization
an estimation of the value of a business
capitalization
the addition of unpaid accrued interest onto the principal balance of a loan that increases the total debt outstanding
capitalization
An appraising term used in determining value by considering net operating income and a percentage of reasonable return on investment
capitalization
The process of adding unpaid interest to the principal balance of an educational loan, thereby increasing the total amount to be repaid
capitalization
Total amount of the various securities issued by a corporation Capitalization may include bonds, debentures, preferred and common stock, and surplus Bonds and debentures are usually carried on the books of the issuing company in terms of their par or face value Preferred and common shares may be carried in terms of par or stated value Stated value may be an arbitrary figure decided upon by the director or may represent the amount received by the company from the sale of the securities at the time of issuance
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Capitalization refers to the size of the companies within a chosen index Therefore, large capitalization represents the larger companies in the country or around the world Typically, as capitalization decreases, volatility or risk, usually increases However, at the same time, the potential rate of return for small capitalization stocks are typically higher than larger capitalization stocks
capitalization
Total value of a company’s capital investment, including the amount raised from sale of common stock, preferred stock, bonds and retained earnings Also refers to a company’s "market capitalization," or shares outstanding multiplied by the current share price
capitalization
A method used to estimate value of a property based on the rate of return on investment
capitalization
{i} act or process or capitalizing (also capitalisation)
capitalization
The market value of a company, calculated by multiplying the number of shares outstanding by the price per share Capitalization is often called "cap" for short in the names of specific investments (e g , ABC Small Cap Growth Fund)
capitalization
The process of adding unpaid interest to the principal loan amount, thereby increasing the balance that future interest accrues on and the total amount to be repaid
capitalization
When a lender accrues interest before the borrower goes into repayment, then adds that amount to the principal Sometimes also called “compounding ” Capitalizing increases the total to be repaid and the size of the minimum monthly payment Students can avoid capitalizing interest by paying the accrued interest Lenders may capitalize no more often than quarterly; the more frequently interest is capitalized, the greater it becomes
capitalization
Unpaid interest is added to the principal balance of your loan As a result, you will pay more interest over the life of the loan Your monthly payment amount may be higher or your repayment period could be longer
capitalization
Accrued interest that is added to the principal balance of a loan In other words, the interest will be added to the principal amount of your loan, and additional interest will be based upon the higher amount This will increase the amount you have to repay If you choose to pay the interest as it accumulates, you'll repay less in the long run
capitalization
The process of adding any accrued and unpaid interest back to the original principal amount borrowed, thereby increasing the principal balance owed Capitalization policies vary by loan program, and by lender
capitalization
In appraising it is a method of determining the value of property by interpreting the property's net income with a percentage which represents a reasonable return on invested capital
capitalization
A method of determining value of real property by considering net operating income divided by a predetermined annual rate of return See "Capitalization Rate"
capitalization
the sale of capital stock the act of capitalizing on an opportunity an estimation of the value of a business writing in capital letters
capitalization
the sale of capital stock
capitalization
Addition of unpaid interest to the principal balance of a loan which increases total outstanding principal
capitalization
the act of capitalizing on an opportunity
capitalization
The act or process of capitalizing
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Adding accumulated interest to the loan principal rather than having the borrower make interest payments Capitalizing interest increases the principal amount of the loan and the total cost of the loan
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The state of being capitalized
capitalization
The total amount of the various securities issued by a corporation Capitalization may include bonds, debentures, preferred and common stock, long term debt and surplus Bonds and debentures are usually carried on the books of the issuing company in terms of their par or face value Preferred and common shares may be carried in terms of par or stated value Stated value may be an arbitrary figure decided upon by the board of directors or may represent the amount received by the company from the sale of the securities at the time of issuance
capitalized
The interest will be added to the principal amount of your loan and additional interest will be based upon the higher amount
capitalized
past of capitalize
capitalized
{s} capitalised, printed in capital letters; large (of a letter or letters); converted into capital (net worth)
capitalized
Recorded in asset accounts and then depreciated or amortized, as is appropriate for expenditures for items with useful lives greater than one year
capitalized
usually jargon for the condition of the capital assets held by a bank If a bank is well capitalized, then the ratio of its capital to the money it has lent out is high This would mean that it has plenty of "cushion" if a lot of those loans go bad because the economy slows or goes into recession Sometimes "capitalized" is used to refer to the practice in accountancy of recording something as a capital item rather than a current item - putting it on the balance sheet rather than the profit and loss account/income statement
capitalized
Level at which you would establish a record for an item that meets the definition of a capital asset
capitalized
Expended or treated as an item of a capital nature A capitalized amount is not deductible as a current expense and must be included in the basis of property
capitalized
Recorded in asset accounts and then depreciated or amortized, as is appropriate for expenditures for items with useful lives longer than one year
capitalized
Recognized an expenditure and/or gift as an asset rather than an expense, usually at its present value
capitalizes
third-person singular of capitalize
capitalizing
present participle of capitalize
capitalize