consumption

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tüketim

Alkol tüketimi her yıl artıyor. - Alcohol consumption is increasing every year.

Küçük arabalar, düşük yakıt tüketimi nedeniyle çok ekonomiktir. - Small cars are very economical because of their low fuel consumption.

{i} tüberküloz
{i} harcama
(Tıp) konsumpsiyon
yoğaltma
verem
verem/tüketim
(Tıp) Göğüs hastalığı, verem, tüberküloz
{i} bitirme
sarf
(Arılık) stok tüketimi
yoğaltım
istihlak
consumption economies
(Ticaret) tüketim ekonomileri
consumption effect
(Ticaret) tüketim etkisi
consumption indicator
(Otomotiv) tüketim göstergesi
consumption pattern
(Ticaret) tüketim eğilimi
consumption per hour
(Otomotiv) bir saatteki yakıt tüketimi
consumption possibility line
(Ticaret) tüketim olanakları doğrusu
consumption product
(Politika, Siyaset) tüketim malı
consumption schedule
(Ticaret) tüketim fonksiyonu
consumption slave
tüketim esiri
consumption 
(Ticaret) tüketim 
consumption coagulopathy
tüketim koagülopatisi
consumption goods
tüketim malları
consumption loan
tüketim kredisi
consumption of energy
enerji tüketimi
consumption society
tüketim toplumu
consumption tax
tüketim vergisi
consumption average
Tüketim ortalaması
consumption basket
tüketim sepeti
consumption era
tüketim çağı
consumption of
tüketim
consumption issue
(Askeri) TÜKETİM MADDESİ DAĞITIMI: Sarfedilebilen ikmal maddeleri, (expendable supplies) nevinden kullanılmakla sarf edilen ve tüketilen bir maddenin dağıtımı
consumption issue
tüketim maddesi dağıtımı
consumption rate
(Askeri) TÜKETİM ORANI, SARFİYAT ORANI: Belirli bir süre içinde tüketilen veya sarf edilen bir maddenin uygun esaslara göre miktar olarak ifade edilen ortalaması. Sarfiyat oranlarında kullanılan tipik esaslar silah başına günde atım, fert başına günde libre ve 1000 kişi için aylık miktarlardır
consumption rate
(Askeri) sarfiyat oranı
consumption rate
(Askeri) tüketim oranı
consumption tax
(Kanun) istihlak vergisi
coal consumption per kwh
kwh başına kömür tüketimi
cost of consumption
tüketim maliyeti
conspicuous consumption
Gösterişçi tüketim
cost of consumption
tüketim,maliyeti
collective consumption
ortak tüketim
collective consumption
toplu tüketim
conspicuous consumption
(Ticaret) gösteriş amaçlı tüketim
fertilizer consumption
(Tarım) gübre tüketimi
specific consumption
özgül harcama
capital consumption
sermaye tüketimi
current consumption
akım tüketimi
domestic consumption
yurtiçi tüketim
essential consumption goods
zaruri tüketim maddeleri
feed consumption
yem tüketimi
fuel consumption
yakıt sarfiyatı
fuel consumption
yakıt tüketimi
gasoline consumption
benzin tüketimi
gasoline consumption
benzin sarfiyatı
heat consumption
ısı tüketimi
low consumption
ekonomik
low consumption
az tüketen
per capita consumption
kişi başına tüketim
petrol consumption
benzin tüketimi
power consumption
enerji tüketimi
electricity consumption
elektrik harcama
global consumption preferences
küresel tüketim tercihleri
intertemporal consumption
(Ekonomi) Dönemlerarası tüketim
mass consumption
toplu tüketim
mass consumption
Kitlesel tüketim
public sector consumption
Kamu sektörü tüketimi
pulmonary consumption
pulmoner tüketimi
vicarious consumption
Başkasının tüketim davranışına katılıyor olmak amacıyla yapılan tüketim
vicarious consumption
Gösterimlik tüketim, öyle desinler diye tüketim, bir grubun mensubu olarak görünmek amacıyla yapılan tüketim
white direct consumption sugar
rafine şeker
Unit Type Code Consumption Factors File
(Askeri) Birim Tür Kodu Sarfiyat Faktörleri Dosyaı
consumptions
harcamalar
daily fuel consumption
günlük yakıt harcaması
daily water consumption
günlük su sarfiyatı
forage consumption
(Tarım) yem tüketimi
human consumption
(Politika, Siyaset) beşeri tüketim
inbound tourism consumption
(Turizm) gelen turistlerin tüketimi
induced consumption
(Ticaret) uyarılmış tüketim
installed fuel consumption
(Havacılık) tesis yakıt tüketimi
installed fuel consumption
(Havacılık) uçakta motor yakıt tüketimi
municipal consumption tax
(Ticaret) belediye tüketim vergisi
nonexclusive consumption
(Ticaret) kaçınılamaz tüketim
peacetime material consumption and losses
(Askeri) BARIŞ ZAMANI MALZEME TÜKETİMİ VE KAYIPLARI: Onarımı ekonomik olmayan, normal tahsis ve tedarik sürelerinde tüketilmiş, kaybedilmiş ve tamamen eskimiş madde veya malzemeler
petrol consumption indicator
(Otomotiv) benzin tüketimi göstergesi
private consumption tax
(Avrupa Birliği) Özel Tüketim Vergisi
replacement and consumption requirements
(Askeri) BÜTÜNLEME VE TÜKETİM İHTİYAÇLARI: Bir teşkilin, ikmal maddelerini, devamlı olarak kadrolara uygun cins ve miktarlarda bulundurmak ve tüketilen ikmal m3ddelerini karşılamak için gerekli ikmal maddeleri ihtiyacı
specific fuel consumption
(İnşaat) özgül yakıt tüketimi
specific propellant consumption
(Askeri) ÖZGÜL YAKIT SARFİYATI: Özgül itici kuvvetin (specific impulse) karşıtı; yani, eşit; bir rokette bir librelik çekiş meydana getirmek için lüzumlu yakıt akımı. Ağırlık akış oranı çekişe bölünür
İngilizce - İngilizce
The wasting-away of the human body through disease
The amount consumed

gross national consumption.

Pulmonary tuberculosis
The act of consuming something

The fire's consumption of the forest caused ecological changes.

gradual destruction, as by burning, eating, etc., or by using up, wearing out, etc
{n} the act of consuming, a disease
The consumption of food or drink is the act of eating or drinking something, or the amount that is eaten or drunk. Most of the wine was unfit for human consumption The average daily consumption of fruit and vegetables is around 200 grams
A progressive wasting away of the body; esp
Consumption is the act of buying and using things. Recycling the waste from our increased consumption is better than burning it. see also conspicuous consumption. In economics, the final using up of goods and services. The term excludes the use of intermediate products in the production of other goods (e.g., the purchase of buildings and machinery by a business). Economists use statistical information on income and purchases to trace trends in consumption, seeking to map consumer demand for goods and services. In classical economics, consumers are assumed to be rational and to allocate expenditures in such a way as to maximize total satisfaction from all purchases. Incomes and prices are seen as consumption's two major determinants. Critics of the model point out that there are many exceptions to rational consumer behaviour for example, the phenomenon of conspicuous consumption, in which the high price of a product increases its prestige and adds to demand
A calculated demand for petroleum products, obtained by adding domestic production and imports of crude petroleum and natural gas liquids and imports of petroleum products to the primary stocks at the beginning of the period,and then subtracting the exports and the primary stocks at the end of the period
Tuberculosis
Purchase of goods or services for any purpose
amount used
(See human or animal consumption)
The amount of fuel used for gross generation, providing standby service, start-up and/or flame stabilization
cough with tightness of throat and chest
spending on food, clothes, CDs, games, holidays, etc - things that get consumed (which means used up) See consumer demand Different from capital spending
that form of wasting, attendant upon pulmonary phthisis and associated with cough, spitting of blood, hectic fever, etc
purchases of final goods and services by individuals (chapter 6)
The state or process of being consumed, wasted, or diminished; waste; diminution; loss; decay
Consumption (ken-sùmp´shen) noun 1 The act or process of consuming by use, waste, etc; decay; destruction 2 The state or process of being consumed, wasted, or diminished; waste; diminution; loss; decay 3 (Medical) A progressive wasting away of the body; esp, that form of wasting, attendant upon pulmonary phthisis and associated with cough, spitting of blood, hectic fever, etc; pulmonary phthisis; -- called also pulmonary consumption
tuberculosis, pulmonary
Spending to acquire consumer goods and services, or using up those goods and services to satisfy wants
The measured amount of energy used during a given period
The electrical energy consumed by a 1,000 watt (1 kilowatt) heater in an hour is one kilowatt-hour (kWh) A kilowatt-hour is also known as a unit of electricity and as such is the basis of retail sales of electricity
pulmonary phthisis; called also pulmonary consumption
decay; destruction
The act or process of consuming by use, waste, etc
the act of consuming something the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating) (economics) the utilization of economic goods to satisfy needs or in manufacturing; "the consumption of energy has increased steadily
The amount of any resource (material, water or energy) used in a given time
The wasting-away of the human body through disease, later specifically applied to pulmonary tuberculosis
{i} using up, consuming; intake, process of taking food or other substances into the body via the mouth; tuberculosis (infectious disease)
The fraction of withdrawn water that is lost in transmission or that is evaporated, absorbed, chemically transformed, or otherwise made unavailable for other purposes as a result of human use
To some thinkers, such as Adorno, it is a homogeneous relation between the public and the mass product within an inescapable structure Yet according to Certeau it is a form of production, or perhaps in FrithÕs term, it is the value given by an individual within a public/society to a product It involves the everyday practices as one defines what each one does and each one responds differently to the same imposed structure or product
involving the lungs with progressive wasting of the body
Measures the physical use of steel by end users Steel consumption estimates, unlike steel demand figures, account for changes in inventories
(economics) the utilization of economic goods to satisfy needs or in manufacturing; "the consumption of energy has increased steadily"
The process of using natural resources, materials, or finished products to satisfy human wants of needs
the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating)
The largest component of GDP when it is measured by adding up expenditures
The consumption of fuel or natural resources is the amount of them that is used or the act of using them. The laws have led to a reduction in fuel consumption in the US. a tax on the consumption of non-renewable energy resources
Spending by people on final goods and services for current use (p 555)
decrease in economic value
water that is actually consumed, transpired, or incorporated into new products as it is used Top
{i} consuming
Consumption Behavior
Consumption Behavior or Buying Behavior is how an audience reacts to product marketing. It is people’s buying attitudes and intentions. If a group of people is exposed to some form of advertising of a product or a service they will then response to the advertised message with certain definable behaviors
consumption tax
A consumption tax is a tax on the purchase of a good or service. The term "consumption tax" refers to a system whose tax base is consumption (as opposed to income or labour). While this can be structured like a sales tax, realistic proposals for a consumption tax recognize that regressivity is a problem with pure sales taxes. Using exemptions, graduated rates, deductions or rebates, a consumption tax can be made progressive, while allowing savings to accumulate tax-free
consumption basket
index of the using up of goods and services
consumption data
data on usage, data on intake
consumption function
function expressing financial capacity to consume
consumption loan
loan as incentive for increasing consumption
consumption tax
Taxes levied on the consumption of goods and services Indirect taxes on consumption include excise duties, wholesale or retail sales taxes, value-added taxes, or other taxes on intermediate transactions Consumption taxes form a wedge between the price paid by the purchaser and the price received by the supplier For any good or service, the demand price is the market price plus consumption taxes and less consumption subsidies
consumption tax
An indirect tax imposed on transfer of goods and services at each stage of their supply The difference between output tax (tax collected for revenue earned from the transfer) and the input tax (tax paid on expense paid on the transfer) will be the tax liability to the government This tax is, in concept, value added tax (VAT)
consumption tax
Levy such as an excise tax, a sales tax, or a tariff paid directly or indirectly by the consumer. Consumption taxes fall more heavily on lower-income than on upper-income groups because people with less money consume a larger proportion of their income than those with more money. See also progressive tax, regressive tax
conspicuous consumption
A public display of acquisition of possessions with the intention of gaining social prestige; excessive consumerism in order to flaunt one's purchasing power

As a society becomes richer, those whose incomes do not grow spend more on conspicuous consumption in an attempt to keep up.

conspicuous consumption
over-consumption, over-use, excess intake
conspicuous consumption
Conspicuous consumption means spending your money in such a way that other people can see how wealthy you are. It was an age of conspicuous consumption -- those who had money liked to display it. The acquisition and display of expensive items to attract attention to one's wealth or to suggest that one is wealthy. the act of buying a lot of things, especially expensive things that are not necessary, in order to impress other people and show them how rich you are
conspicuous consumption
buying expensive services and products in order to flaunt your wealth
over-consumption
An excessive level of consumption
specific fuel consumption
The ratio of the mass of fuel used to the output power of an engine (used especially of aircraft engines)
virtual consumption
The artificial memories created by experiential advertising

When we see someone eat a hamburger in a commercial, we store that experience as having happened in reality when, in reality, it was a case of virtual consumption.

intertemporal consumption
(Ekonomi) Economic theories of intertemporal consumption seek to explain people's preferences in relation to consumption and saving over the course of their life. The earliest work on the subject was by Irving Fisher and Roy Harrod who described 'hump saving', hypothesizing that savings would be highest in the middle years of a person's life as they saved for retirement
special consumption tax
Special Consumption Tax is a tax on prescribed goods like petroleum products, tobacco products and alcoholic beverages
current consumption
amount of electrical energy that is generally used
domestic consumption
rate of a country's use of resources and goods
energy consumption
The use of energy as a source of heat or power or as an input in the manufacturing process
energy consumption
The amount of energy consumed in the form in which it is acquired by the user The term excludes electrical generation and distribution losses
energy consumption
value registered and metered by the utility company, to charge customers for energy usage Electrical energy consumption is in kilowatt-hours
for external consumption
not to be eaten, intended for external use
forecast consumption
(Ticaret) The netting of actual demand from customer or interplant orders against the forecast for a given time period. Systems for producing items to stock often use the higher of the forecast quantity or actual demand quantity when creating suggested schedules
fuel consumption
process of using up fuel
home consumption
products regularly bought and used within a country
oil consumption
use of oil
private consumption
purchasing of products by the private sector
public consumption
public use
consumption