commerce

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ticaret

Komşu ülkelerle ticareti desteklemeliyiz. - We must promote commerce with neighboring countries.

Elektronik ticaret hızla yayılmaya başladı. - Electronic commerce began to spread rapidly.

{i}

Ticaretin ruhu dürüst iş yapmaktır. - The soul of commerce is upright dealing.

Birçok küçük işletme sahipleri bir ticaret odasına aittir. - Many small business owners belong to a chamber of commerce.

{i} alım satım
chamber of commerce ticaret odası
aksata
tecim
(Tekstil) ticaret, alışveriş
{i} cinsel ilişki
toplumsal ilişkiler
domestic commerce iç ticaret
foreign commerce dış ticaret
alışveriş etmek
ilişkide bulunmak
{i} ilişki
commerce to realize (an asset)
değerlendirmek
commerce department
ticaret departmanı
commerce network
ticaret ağı
commerce control list
(Ticaret) ticari kontrol listesi
commerce control list
(Ticaret) ticari sicil listesi
commerce in literature
edebiyatta ticaret
commerce registration copy
(Ticaret) sicil kayıt sureti
commerce space
ticaret alanı
commerce space
alışveriş alanı
Minister of Commerce
Ticaret Bakanı
Ministry of Commerce
Ticaret Bakanlığı
article of commerce
ticaret anlaşması
chamber of commerce
Ticaret Odası
chamber of commerce and industry
ticaret ve sanayi odası
department of commerce
ticaret bölümü
foreign commerce
dış ticaret
import commerce
ithalat ticareti
b2b e-commerce
firmadan firmaya e-ticaret
b2c e-commerce
firmadan müşteriye e-ticaret
chambers of commerce
ticaret odaları
e-commerce
E-ticaret, elektronik ortamda ticaret
the Ministry of Commerce
Ticaret Bakanlığı
u-commerce
u-ticaret
Joint Electronic Commerce Program Office
(Askeri) Müşterek Elektronik Ticaret Programı Dairesi
domestic commerce
(Ticaret) yurt içi ticaret
electronic commerce
eletronik ticaret
inland commerce
(Ticaret) iç ticaret
inland commerce
(Ticaret) ülke içi ticaret
passive commerce
(Ticaret) pasif ticaret
presumption of commerce
(Kanun) ticaret karinesi
special commerce
(Ticaret) özel ticaret
the world of commerce
ticaret dünyası
treaty of commerce
(Ticaret) ticaret anlaşması
us department of commerce
abd ticaret bakanlığı
using fraud in commerce
(Kanun) ticarete hile karıştırma
İngilizce - İngilizce
The exchange or buying and selling of commodities; especially the exchange of merchandise, on a large scale, between different places or communities; extended trade or traffic
Sexual intercourse
Social intercourse; the dealings of one person or class in society with another; familiarity

Fifteen years of thought, observation, and commerce with the world had made him wiser.

To carry on trade; to traffic

Beware you commerce not with bankrupts. -B. Jonson.

A round game at cards, in which the cards are subject to exchange, barter, or trade
To hold intercourse; to commune

Musicians ... taught the people in angelic harmonies to commerce with heaven. -Prof. Wilson.

{n} trade, traffic, connexion, a game
{v} to hold a correspondence
social exchange, especially of opinions, attitudes, etc
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General term referring to the business side of the marine industry
The buying and selling of goods
the exchange of merchandise, on a large scale, between different places or communities; extended trade or traffic
To carry on trade; to traffic. [Obs.]
The exchange or buying and selling of commodities; esp
means trade, traffic, transportation, or other commerce: (1) Between a place in a State and any place outside of such State, including any foreign country, or between points within the same State but through any place outside thereof, or within any territory, possession, or the District of Columbia; or (2) Which affects the commerce described in this part
Trade between states or nations
transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services) social exchange, especially of opinions, attitudes, etc
The exchange or buying and selling of commodities; esp. the exchange of merchandise, on a large scale, between different places or communities; extended trade or traffic
Commerce is the activities and procedures involved in buying and selling things. They have made their fortunes from industry and commerce. see also chamber of commerce. the buying and selling of goods and services = trade (commercium, from com- ( COM-) + merx ). chamber of commerce commerce clause e commerce electronic commerce interstate commerce Interstate Commerce Commission
Business
the United States federal department that promotes and administers domestic and foreign trade (including management of the census and the patent office); created in 1913
Includes business administration and commercial programmes, accountancy, secretarial programmes, business machine operation and electronic data processing, financial management, public administration, institutional administration
the buying and selling of commodities between states and nations
The traffic in goods, usually thought of as trade between states or nations
The exchange or buying and selling of commodities on a large scale involving transportation from place to place
the buying and selling of goods, provision of services
transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
Any kind or type of exchange of goods, productions, or property, or the rights to property offered for a consideration to the general public at large
{i} trade, buying and selling
Buying and selling of goods and services This implies financial transactions which further implies a profit motive
to trade, an exchange of goods or merchandise
The buying and selling of goods; business
The buying and selling of goods; trade
Sites developed primarily to sell goods and products online Also includes sites that incorporate a particularly innovative use of e-commerce but have another focus
commerce raider
A naval vessel, tasked with disrupting enemy merchant shipping
commerce raiders
plural form of commerce raider
Commerce Secretary
{i} cabinet member responsible for national and international trade and commerce in the United States
commerce clause
In the Constitution of the United States (Article I, section 8), the clause that authorizes Congress "To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with Indian Tribes. " It is the legal foundation of much of the U.S. government's regulatory authority. See also interstate commerce
commerce destroyer
Not being intended to fight, they may be improvised from fast passenger steamers
commerce destroyer
A very fast, unarmored, lightly armed vessel designed to capture or destroy merchant vessels of an enemy
chamber of commerce
an association of businesses to promote their interests in a community

The US Chamber of Commerce represents Big Business nationally, but state and local chambers of commerce are for smaller businesses locally.

e-commerce
Commercial activity conducted via the Internet
m-commerce
The use of mobile technology in commerce
chamber of commerce
An association of businessmen whose purpose is to promote commercial and industrial interests in the community
chamber of commerce
An organisation of a group of local businesses who get together to help each other with things like training and marketing
chamber of commerce
an association of businessmen to protect and promote business interests
commercing
{a} holding intercouse, dealing
U-commerce
(Ticaret) U-commerce is a dynamic convergence of the physical and the digital, the interface of brick-and-mortar commerce with Web-based wireless and other next-generation technologies in ways that will create new levels of convenience and value for buyers and sellers
e-commerce
Commerce that is transacted electronically, as over the Internet
Department of Commerce
U.S. federal agency that oversees economic and business development and international trade
E commerce
buying and selling of goods through the Internet, electronic trace
Interstate Commerce Commission
the ICC the US government organization that deals with the way the US states buy, sell, and exchange goods with each other. (1887-1995) First regulatory agency established in the U.S. and a prototype for independent government regulatory bodies. An agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation, it was responsible for the economic regulation of interstate surface transportation, including railroads, trucking companies, and buslines. It certified carriers, regulated rates, oversaw mergers, and approved railroad construction. The ICC was dissolved in 1995
Ministry of Commerce and Industry
government office responsible for developing industry and planning and implementing foreign and domestic trade policy
Secretary of Commerce
{i} Commerce Secretary, cabinet member responsible for national and international trade and commerce in the United States
article of commerce
an article that is offered for sale
chamber of commerce
A chamber of commerce is an organization of businessmen that promotes local commercial interests. An association of businesspersons and merchants for the promotion of commercial interests in the community. chambers of commerce a group of business people in a particular town or area, working together to improve trade. or commercial association Any of various voluntary organizations of business firms, public officials, professional people, and public-spirited citizens whose primary interest is in publicizing, promoting, and developing commercial and industrial opportunities in their local area, and usually also community schools, streets, housing, and public works. The International Chamber of Commerce (founded 1920) acts as the voice of the business community in the international field and runs a court of arbitration for settling commercial disputes. National chambers of commerce exist in most industrialized, free-enterprise countries. The first to use the name was founded in Paris in 1601; the first U.S. chamber of commerce was that of the state of New York, founded in 1768
chamber of commerce
An organization of business people designed to advance the interests of its members There are three levels: national, state and local
chamber of commerce
organization that organizes businesses in town
chamber of commerce
group of business owners which promotes commercial interests
commercing
present participle of commerce
department of commerce
A Cabinet level department which has the responsibility for administering the International Trade Laws It is also charged with the duty to both regulate and assist U S exporters Agencies within the Commerce Department include the International Trade Administration, and the Bureau of Industry and Security
department of commerce
the United States federal department that promotes and administers domestic and foreign trade (including management of the census and the patent office); created in 1913
department of commerce
The department of state government that oversees the real estate industry in Minnesota
department of commerce and labor
a former executive department of the United States government; created in 1903 and split into two departments in 1913
domestic commerce
buying and selling within a country
e-commerce
Acronym for electronic commerce The conducting of business transactions over the Internet
e-commerce
A fusion of the two words electronic and commerce and which means to conduct business on the Internet Back to Top
e-commerce
Commerce can be defined as the exchange of goods or services Electronic Commerce, or E-commerce as it is commonly known, is the exchange of goods or services using an electronic medium, more specifically the Internet
e-commerce
[Electronic Commerce] The buying and selling of goods and services on the Internet
e-commerce
Business that takes place between companies using services such as the Internet, Electronic data Interchange or Electronic File transfer Two companies, one the supplier and the other the customer can transmit inquiries, orders, invoices, payments etc directly through their computer systems
e-commerce
The end-to-end digital exchange of all information needed to conduct business Examples include EDI transactions, electronic mail, archives, audit trails, and all forms of records, including graphical images Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Electronic Funds Transfer, (EFT) and Continuous Acquisition and Life-cycle Support (CALS)
e-commerce
Refers to conducting business on the Internet, including selling and purchasing products online
e-commerce
The use of technology to conduct financial transactions online -- such as the buying and selling of products and services -- usually via the Internet The financial-transactions side of e-business
e-commerce
The processing of economic transactions, such as buying and selling, through electronic communication E-commerce often refers to transactions occurring on the Internet, such as credit card purchases at Web sites
e-commerce
Buying and selling of goods and services on the Internet, especially the World Wide Web
e-commerce
(Ticaret) A general term for conducting business and consumer marketing, product information, ordering and payment functions over the Internet instead of using traditional methods. Product delivery still requires physical capabilities unless the product or service can be fulfilled using strictly electronic means (as in the download of software code)
e-commerce
Electronic commerce: the conducting of business communication and transactions over networks and through computers Specifically, ecommerce is the buying and selling of goods and services, and the transfer of funds, through digital communications
e-commerce
Business which takes place between companies using services such as the Internet, Electronic Data Interchange, or Electronic File Transfer Two companiesthe supplier and the customercan transmit inquiries, orders, invoices, or payments directly through their computer systems
e-commerce
The act of conducting business on-line, e-commerce may include buying and selling products with digital cash and via electronic data interchange
e-commerce
Electronic Commerce Buying and selling products and services on-line via the Internet
e-commerce
The processing of buying and selling via the Internet
e-commerce
Electronic Commerce Refers to the general exchange of goods and services via the Internet
e-commerce
electronic commerce, also e-business, a term for all kinds of business that are established electronically especially over the Internet This includes both electronic sale (internet shops) and B2B transactions, i e business between two companies For e-commerce standards and/or standardization bodies see ebXML, EDI, or RosettaNet
e-commerce
(EC) The conducting of business communication and transactions over networks and through computers As most restrictively defined, electronic commerce is the buying and selling of goods and services, and the transfer of funds, through digital communications However EC also includes all inter-company and intra-company functions (such as marketing, finance, manufacturing, selling, and negotiation) that enable commerce and use electronic mail, EDI, file transfer, fax, video conferencing, workflow, or interaction with a remote computer Electronic commerce also includes buying and selling over the World-Wide Web and the Internet, electronic funds transfer, smart cards, digital cash (e g Mondex), and all other ways of doing business over digital networks (This definition is from Dictionary com)
e-commerce
Existing laws about the sale and supply of goods and services, consumer protection, credit card fraud and so forth apply in E-Commerce In addition, there are special laws about electronic signatures and the interception of communications The global nature of the Internet poses difficult legal problems
e-commerce
E-commerce is the same as e-business. the anticipated explosion of e-commerce. electronic commerce the activity of buying and selling goods and services and doing other business activities using a computer and the Internet. in full electronic commerce business-to-consumer and business-to-business commerce conducted by way of the Internet or other electronic networks. E-commerce originated in a standard for the exchange of documents during the 1948-49 Berlin blockade and airlift. Various industries elaborated upon the system until the first general standard was published in 1975. The electronic data interchange (EDI) standard is unambiguous, independent of any particular machine, and flexible enough to handle most simple electronic transactions. In addition to standard forms for business-to-business transactions, e-commerce encompasses much wider activity for example, the deployment of secure private networks (intranets) for sharing information within a company, as well as selective extensions of a company's intranet to collaborating business networks (extranets). A new form of cooperation known as a virtual company, actually a network of firms, each performing some of the processes needed to manufacture a product or deliver a service, has flourished
e-commerce
Conducting business on-line This includes, for example, buying and selling products with digital cash and via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
e-commerce
E-commerce (or electronic commerce) is any business transaction whose price or essential terms were negotiated over an online system such as an Internet, Extranet, Electronic Data Interchange network, or electronic mail system It does not include transactions negotiated via facsimile machine or switched telephone network, or payments made online for transactions whose terms were negotiated offline
e-commerce
A term that refers to the growing retail, service and business to business industries on the World Wide Web E-commerce websites facilitate the buying and selling of goods and services over the Internet email - Electronic Mail Email is by far the most popular activity on the Internet Email technology makes it possible to send and receive electronic "letters" almost instantaneously over the Internet encryption - The process of scrambling transmitted data over the Internet Usually refers to the scrambling of an e-commerce transaction in which credit card information privacy is assured
e-commerce
Electronic commerce The process of buying and selling over the Weboften based on software products such as Microsoft Commerce Server
e-commerce
Electronic Commerce Selling and purchasing of products through an electronic service, such as the Internet
e-commerce
Electronic commerce Conducting commercial transactions electronically, particularly over the Internet
electronic commerce
e-commerce, commercial trade carried out via the Internet or other on-line computer service (Computers)
electronic data interchange for administration, commerce, transport
(Ticaret) (EDIFACT) United Nations-sponsored syntax rules for EDI message exchange
foreign commerce
trade with other countries
internal commerce
merchandising and trade within a country
interstate commerce
In the U.S., any commercial transaction or traffic that crosses state boundaries or that involves more than one state. Government regulation of interstate commerce is founded on the commerce clause of the Constitution (Article I, section 8), which authorizes Congress "To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with Indian Tribes." The Interstate Commerce Commission, established in 1887, was originally intended to regulate the railroad industry; its jurisdiction was later expanded to include trucks, ships, freight forwarders, and other interstate carriers. The Sherman Act (1890), followed by the Clayton Act (1914), made illegal any act that tended to interfere with free competition between and among industries, businesses, and any interstate commercial venture. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) was established by the Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914, which gave the FTC powers judicial, legislative, and executive to administer the Sherman and Clayton acts. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was created to protect the right of the public to the airwaves through licensing and oversight of the practices of broadcasters in radio and television. In the 20th century, court decisions tended to interpret interstate commerce broadly, thus allowing Congress to regulate a wide variety of activities by which interstate commerce could be affected, even if they took place within the borders of a single state. One such decision was Heart of Atlanta Motel v. U.S. (1964), in which the Supreme Court upheld the prohibition of discrimination in public accommodations contained in the 1964 Civil Rights Act on the ground that the discriminatory practices of a business operating in only one state could affect interstate commerce
interstate commerce commission
a former independent federal agency that supervised and set rates for carriers that transported goods and people between states; was terminated in 1995; "the ICC was established in 1887 as the first federal agency
m-commerce
mobile commerce the buying or selling of goods and services using a radio connection to the Internet, for example using a laptop or mobile phone e-commerce
secretary of commerce
the person who holds the secretaryship of the Department of Commerce; "the first Commerce Secretary was William C
secretary of commerce
the position of the head of the Department of Commerce; "the position of Commerce Secretary was created in 1913"
secretary of commerce
the position of the head of the Department of Commerce; "the position of Commerce Secretary was created in 1913" the person who holds the secretaryship of the Department of Commerce; "the first Commerce Secretary was William C
secretary of commerce
Redfield who was appointed by Wilson
secretary of commerce and labor
head of a former executive department created in 1903 and divided into two departments in 1913
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