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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von a pr im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

PR
{k} public relations
apr
nisan

Bu nisanda seni görmeye can atıyorum. - I'm looking forward to seeing you this April.

Texas'la anlaşma 12 Nisan 1844'te imzalandı. - The treaty with Texas was signed April twelfth, 1844.

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halkla
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(Annual Percentage Rate) Yıllık yüzde oranı: borçlananın 12 aylık dönem üzerinden hesaplanan ödeyeceği oran
APR
(isim)san
APR
(Askeri) esas bölge ulaştırma planının tahsisi (assign primary zone routing)
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(Askeri) personel tahliyesi; Phoenix Raven; esas bölge; üretim ihtiyacı; program incelemesi (personnel recovery; Phoenix Raven; primary zone; production requirement; program review)
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von a pr im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

APR
Asia-Pacific region
PR
personal representative
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Paraná, a state of Brazil
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proportional representation
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permanent residence
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personal recognizance (bond)
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police report
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personal record (in sports)
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Port Republic, New Jersey
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Annual Percentage Rate: the rate at which someone who borrows money is charged, calculated over a period of twelve months

The interest rate on my credit card is currently 25.5% APR.

APR
(Banking) percentage rate of yearly interest on credit and loans (according to the law the lender must indicate the rate)
Apr
Apr. is a written abbreviation for April. annual percentage rate. April. annual percentage rate the rate of interest that you must pay when you borrow money. the written abbreviation of April
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PR is an abbreviation for proportional representation. Puerto Rico (in Internet addresses). The symbol for the element praseodymium
PR
PR is an abbreviation for public relations. It will be good PR. a PR firm
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{i} financial sheet listing salaries; list of workers who receive wages and salaries
PR
{i} actions of promoting goodwill and distributing information for a company or organization
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Annual Percentage Rate A way of expressing the cost of credit on a loan Under federal law, all consumer loans must disclose the Annual Percentage Rate
apr
Annual Percentage Rate The effective rate taking into account compounding and other fees The nominal rate of interest for a specified period (usually one year)
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(Annual Percentage Rate) The effective rate of interest for a loan per year This rate is normally higher than the Mortgage Note interest rate as it calculates some closings costs like discounts and pre-paid interest into the "cost of borrowing"
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See: Annual Percentage Rate
apr
Annual Percentage Rate A way of expressing the cost of credit on a loan
apr
This is the amount of interest you will be expected to pay, should you borrow on your credit card The APR is a figure designed to give consumers some idea of the cost of borrowing on the credit card Other factors such as the date from which the interest is charged and the number of days you have to pay the interest also affect the cost of borrowing
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This is a term used to specify the rate of interest applied to loans that you will, or may have already taken out The rate of interest differs depending on the bank or company issuing the loan The annual percentage rate is quantified, as a certain percentage of the loan taken out that will need to be paid back per year This is normally shown as 11 9% (Apr)
apr
Annual Percentage Rate - The APR is a measure of the cost of credit, expressed as a yearly rate This reflects the annual cost of the loan over the repayment period The Annual Percentage Rate includes specific costs of financing, both those paid at the time of closing and those paid over the term of the loan The APR is not the rate that the balance is charged as you make your payments, however, it is the rate that the mortgage is costing you yearly once the points and other charges are taken into account
apr
(Annual Percentage Rate) A percentage calculation that reflects the total cost of a loan (interest plus all fees) on an annual basis
apr
Annual Percentage Rate is the rate of interest computed for a one-year period
apr
‘Annualized Percentage Rate’ as defined by the Federal Government is the ‘effective’ cost of borrowing money which takes into account certain costs of borrowing such as prepaid interest, points, escrow fees, and private mortgage insurance
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1 Annual Percentage Rate This is the compounded rate used to give a standard comparison of the amount of interest you are likely to pay on loans or outstanding credit card balances 2 A statutory method of calculating the Annual Percentage Rate of charge to repay the total charge for credit over the period of the loan 3 Allows customers to compare like with like when comparing costs between different lenders
apr
The cost of your credit expressed as a yearly rate Pertaining to mortgages, it takes into account interest, points, loan origination fees and any mortgage insurance required by the lender
apr
Acronym for Annual Percentage Rate
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This is an indicator used to compare interest rates It takes into account the costs involved in setting up the mortgage, any discount periods, how often interest is calculated and calculates what the average rate of interest will be over the life of the loan All lenders that comply with the consumer credit act must ensure that the the borrower is informed of the APR
apr
The yearly interest percentage of a mortgage as expressed by the actual rate of interest paid given the term, rate, amount and cost of arrangement
apr
Annual percentage rate
apr
(see annual percentage rate)
apr
Like all organisations which lend money, credit card issuers have to tell you the annual percentage rate or APR they charge when you use a card to borrow money The APR is a figure which helps to give you an idea of the cost of credit The APR takes into account both interest rates and any other charges as a yearly card charge or a charge for borrowing cash APRs are a guide to the cost of borrowing The cost for individual customers depends on how you decide to pay back the money
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A measurement used to compare different loans offered by competing lenders, which takes into account both the interest rate and closing fees Unlike an interest rate, an APR gives you a bigger picture when shopping for the best deal on a loan An APR lets you see the total cost of a mortgage, including closing fees and lender points over the life of a loan - not just the interest due Even though lenders are required by law to show a loan's APR, they don't all use the same fees in their calculation, skewing the comparison So always check to make sure that the APRs you are comparing include similar fees
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The Annual Percentage Rate, which must be reported by lenders under Truth in Lending regulations It is a comprehensive measure of credit cost to the borrower that takes account of the interest rate, points, and flat dollar charges It is also adjusted for the time value of money, so that dollars paid by the borrower upfront carry a heavier weight than dollars paid ten years down the road However, the APR is calculated on the assumption that the loan runs to term, and is therefore potentially deceptive for borrowers with short time horizons
apr
the month following March and preceding May
apr
Annualized Percentage Rate as defined by the Federal Government is the effective cost of borrowing money which takes into account certain costs of borrowing such as prepaid interest, points, escrow fees, and private mortgage insurance
apr
APR is a measurement of the full cost of a loan including interest and loan fees expressed as a yearly percentage rate Also known as an Annual Percentage Rate
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19 95 US
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Abbreviation for Petticoat Rest Refers to location of the firing rest See also: SR
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Public Relations: a necessary evil Patrollers are viewed as ambassadors of the ski area by the ski area management and the customers Consequently, in addition to their safety duties, they need to be generally helpful -- for example, talking to customers on chair lifts, giving directions, etc
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a coin produced for collectors from highly polished planchets and dies, often struck twice to accent the design
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physicking
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Planning & Regulatory Committee
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tying
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wove
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Presentation proof A proof meeting the right to print impression or standard used for the edition that is intended as a gift to a group or individual
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bit
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climbing
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abbrev Public Relations
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disappearing
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Definition: The name given to Google's link popularity measuring system PR is determined by measuring both the quantity and quality of incoming links to a web site and is a major factor in the Google ranking algorithm Also Known As: Page Rank Elsewhere on the Web: The Anatomy of a Search Engine Original research article by Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page outlining their plans for Google and it's unique page rank technology
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Provider (Core) Router
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Progesterone receptor A receptor inside the cell which binds progesterone Tumours with plenty of PR are less aggressive and more responsive to hormone therapy than those without
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proved, probated
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Payroll
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Problem Report; Procurement Request
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Press Release
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pseudorange
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prantsuse
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a soft yellowish-white trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; can be recovered from bastnasite or monazite by an ion-exchange process
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convert text files for printing
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a self-governing commonwealth associated with the United States occupying the island of Puerto Rico
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(1) Proportional Representation (2) public relations
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Short for "Problem Report" An entry in a GNATS database
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Progress Report An information flyer distributed to fans planning to attend a convention
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a promotion intended to create goodwill for a person or institution
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Public Relations
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Pitching Runs
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Positive Response Exercise; also protective ratio
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Program Revenue
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