consolidate

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} sağlamlaştırmak
{f} pekiştirmek
{f} takviye etmek
{f} birleştirmek
sağlamlaşmak
(Ticaret) emniyete almak
katılaştırmak
güçlendirmek
güçlenmek
(Kanun) içtima ettirmek
pekişmek
birleşmek
birleştir
sağlamlaştir
birleştir,sağlamlaştır
{f} vadesini uzatmak
(Askeri) BERKİTMEK, SAĞLAMLAŞTIRMAK
{f} tic. konsolide etmek
{f} toplamak
consolidation
{i} sağlamlaştırma
consolidate forces
(Askeri) Kuvvetlerin birliklerini destekler hale
consolidation
takviye
consolidation
takviye etmek
consolidation
sağlamlaştırmak
consolidated
vadesi uzatılmış
consolidated
(Ticaret) konsolide
consolidated
birleşmiş
consolidated
birleştirilmiş
consolidation
(Ticaret) kesinlik
consolidation
toplulaştırma
consolidation
bütünleşme
consolidation
güçlendirme
consolidation
(Ticaret) tahkim
consolidation
(Turizm) programlı seferler
consolidation
(Ticaret) kuvvetlendirme
consolidation
(Çevre) oturma
consolidation
ittihat
consolidation
(Osmanlıca) tertip
consolidation
pekiştirme
consolidation
(Politika, Siyaset) destekleme
consolidation
(Ticaret) destek
consolidation
(Çevre) sıkışma
consolidation
(Turizm) charter seferleri
consolidation
yoğunlaştırma
consolidated
konsolide edilmiş
consolidation
birleştirme
consolidation
birleşme
consolidation
ünite
consolidation
birleşim
consolidator
grupaj acentası
consolidated
birleştir(mek)
consolidation
(Ekonomi) Geoteknikte ince daneli zeminlerin (şilt,kıl) sabit yükleme altında zamanla çökmesi, oturma yapması
consolidation
borçları birleştirme
consolidation
(Ekonomi) Kısa vadeli borçların uzun vadeli hale getirilmesidir
consolidation
pekişme
consolidation
konsolidasyon
consolidation
sertleşme, sağlamlaşma
consolidation
PEKİŞTİRME: Çıkarma kuvveti tarafından askeri hükümet kontrol kıyısının tesisi ile başlayıp, kontrol işgal kuvvetleri tarafından tesisine kadar geçen devre
consolidation
(Ekonomi) Uluslararası borçlanma işlemlerinde, borçlu bankanın veya doğrudan doğruya borçlu olan devletin alacaklı olan kurum ya da devletle anlaşarak, borcun vadesinin daha ileri bir tarihe alınması işlemine verilen addır. Bu işlemdeki daha uzun vade, daha uzun faiz götürüsü anlamına gelir. Halk arasında "Borcumu ne inkar ederim, ne de öderim" olarak tanımlanır. Konsolidasyon kararı alan bir devlet, o an için bu borçların faizini dahi ödeyemeyecek durumdadır. İleriki yıllarda kendini düzeltip borçlarını kapatsa dahi, konsolidasyon işlemi, o ülkenin uluslararası kredi notunu ve prestijini düşürür
consolidation
(Ekonomi) Aynı holdinge mensup olmak gibi aralarında bazı bağlar bulunan firmaların muhasebe tablolarının, borç ve alacak işlemlerinin birbirlerine mahsub edilmek suretiyle birleştirilerek ortak bir mali tablo ortaya çıkarma işlemidir
consolidated
{s} dayanıklı
consolidated
{s} sağlam
consolidated
(Askeri) BİRLEŞTİRİLMİŞ: Müşterek veya ilgili bir görevi ifa edecek unsurların birleştirilmesi veya karıştırılması
consolidated
{s} takviyeli
consolidated
birleştir
consolidated
{f} birleştir: adj.birleşmiş
consolidated
{f} birleştir: adj.konsolid
consolidation
(Askeri) PEKİŞTİRME: Çıkarma kuvveti tarafından askeri hükümet kontrol kıyısının tesisi ile başlayıp, kontrol işgal kuvvetleri tarafından tesisine kadar geçen devre
consolidation
{i} konsolide etme
consolidation
birleştirme/güçlendirme
consolidation
sertleşme
Englisch - Englisch
To combine into a single unit; to group together or join

He consolidated his luggage into a single large bag.

To make stronger or more solid
to combine into one body or system
{v} to harden, become one body, join
To unite into one system or whole; combine
make firm or secure; strengthen; "consolidate one's gains"; "consolidate one's hold on first place" make or form into a solid or hardened mass; "consolidate fibers into boards" form into a solid mass or whole; "The mud had consolidated overnight" unite into one; "The companies consolidated" bring together into a single whole or system; "The town and county schools are being consolidated
unite into one; "The companies consolidated"
To unite, as various particulars, into one mass or body; to bring together in close union; to combine; as, to consolidate the armies of the republic
{f} unify, merge; strengthen; solidify
make firm or secure; strengthen; "consolidate one's gains"; "consolidate one's hold on first place"
form into a solid mass or whole; "The mud had consolidated overnight"
Formed into a solid mass; made firm; consolidated
Form multiple debt payments into a single payment
bring together
"The process of combining smaller worksheet files into a single summary worksheet, making it easier to manage large amounts of data "
To reduce the number of blots a player has, frequently as a precursor to offering a double
If you consolidate something that you have, for example power or success, you strengthen it so that it becomes more effective or secure. Brydon's team-mate Martin Williamson consolidated his lead in the National League when he won the latest round
To grow firm and hard; to unite and become solid; as, moist clay consolidates by drying
The process of gathering data from dependent entities and aggregating the data up to parent entities After you enter or load data into dependent child entities, you perform a consolidation to aggregate the data through the organization As data consolidates, intercompany processing, conversion methods, equity adjustments, and minority ownerships perform calculations on the data For example, if the dimension Year consists of the members Qtr1, Qtr2, Qtr3, and Qtr4, its consolidation is Year The terms aggregate and roll-up also describe the consolidation process
To group and stuff several shipments together in one container
To make solid; to unite or press together into a compact mass; to harden or make dense and firm
make or form into a solid or hardened mass; "consolidate fibers into boards"
bring together into a single whole or system; "The town and county schools are being consolidated"
bring together into a single whole or system; "The town and county schools are being consolidated
To unite by means of applications, as the parts of a broken bone, or the lips of a wound
To consolidate a number of small groups or firms means to make them into one large organization. Judge Charles Schwartz is giving the state 60 days to disband and consolidate Louisiana's four higher education boards
As a financial term, used to refer to complex aggregations involving intra-company eliminations (to avoid double counting) and frequently currency translations as well
consolidated
Simple past tense and past participle of consolidate
consolidated
Including financial data of the parent and all subsidiary companies
consolidation
A solidification into a firm dense mass. It is usually applied to induration (swelling or hardening of normally soft tissue) of a normally aerated lung
consolidation
The act or process of consolidating, making firm, or uniting; the state of being consolidated; solidification; combination
consolidation
The combination of many small shipments into one container
consolidation
{n} the making of two bodies one
consolidated
Made solid, hard, or compact; united; joined; solidified
consolidated
merged, joined
consolidated
past of consolidate
consolidated
A rock that is firm and rigid in nature due to the natural interlocking and/or cementation of its mineral grain components The reverse is unconsolidated
consolidated
Pertains to a rock framework provided with a degree of cohesiveness or rigidity by cementation or other binding means
consolidated
Having a small surface in proportion to bulk, as in the cactus
consolidated
{s} united, joined; merged, combined; made firm, strengthened
consolidated
1 a sediment that has a mineral cement or matrix that holds its grains together - rocks 2 a ground-based photographic lunar atlas of extraordinary quality
consolidated
forming a solid mass
consolidated
Tightly packed Composed of particles that are not easily separated
consolidated
joined together into a whole; "United Industries"; "the amalgamated colleges constituted a university"; "a consolidated school"
consolidated
The Consolidated financial results of the company (e g Revenue) are the overall combined results across all business segments (adjusting for inter-company and certain other items)
consolidates
third-person singular of consolidate
consolidating
present participle of consolidate
consolidation
combining into a solid mass
consolidation
The combination of many small shipments into one container; so as to lower overall freight rates
consolidation
Consolidation was the term used during the 1956 revolution for the period between October 28 and dawn on November 4, when armed combat had ceased and life had returned to normal, after the political demands of the rebels (and the Hungarian nation) had been met The Kádár government that gained power after November 4 applied the same term to the period up to about 1963 This period, marked by terror and reprisals against those who had taken part in the revolution, allowed the Kádár government to cement its initially tenuous hold on power, with the military help of the Soviet Union
consolidation
combining into a solid mass something that has consolidated into a compact mass; "he dropped the consolidation into the acid bath
consolidation
collection of multiple shipments in a centralized location (ELC) for further movement as a single shipment
consolidation
The combination of education loans into one new loan The repayment period of the new loan can be up to 30 years depending on the new loan amount
consolidation
Refinancing multiple education loans into one new loan with a new repayment term, monthly payments, and interest rate
consolidation
A type of merger that occurs when previously separate providers combine to form a new organization with all the original companies being dissolved
consolidation
combining multiple education loans into a new loan with a new payment schedule and interest rate
consolidation
the act of combining into an integral whole; "a consolidation of two corporations"; "after their consolidation the two bills were passed unanimously"; "the defendants asked for a consolidation of the actions against them"
consolidation
(of government debt) This is a means of presenting government accounts in which, where a liability of a government-sector agency and institution is held as an asset somewhere else in the government sector Debt data shown in Economic Outlook are consolidated to the largest possible extent, given data limitations
consolidation
Consolidation is similar to refinancing, but there is no loan fee It simplifies loan repayment by combining several types of federal education loans into one new loan (In the case of Direct Loan consolidation, the interest rate may be lower than one or more of the underlying loans )
consolidation
Also called a leveraged rollup, this is an investment strategy in which an LBO firm acquires a series of companies in the same or complementary fields, with the goal of becoming a dominant regional or nationwide player in that industry In some cases, a holding companywill be created, into which the various acquisitions will be folded In other cases, an initial acquisitions may serve as the platform through which the other acquisitions will be made
consolidation
something that has consolidated into a compact mass; "he dropped the consolidation into the acid bath"
consolidation
To organic cohesion of different circled in a flower; adnation
consolidation
The gradual, slow compression of a cohesive soil due to weight acting on it, which occurs as water is driven out of the voids in the soil Consolidation only occurs in clays or other soils of low permeability
consolidation
Refinancing multiple loans into one new loan with a new repayment term and interest rate
consolidation
A period where the market trades in a broad sideways pattern within a trend Consolidations usually follow a strong market gain or fall and occur as buyers and sellers begin digesting the recent price move A consolidation will end with the market resuming its trend If the consolidation ends with the market heading in the opposite direction to that before the consolidation it is has formed a top or bottom instead
consolidation
A means of combining several loans, or types of loans, in order to make the monthly payments easier to handle
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– Combining two or more loans into one new loan that has a longer repayment term and a single monthly payment that is smaller than the sum of previous monthly payments By consolidating eligible federal student loans and extending the repayment term (up to 30 years, depending on the total loan amount), repayment can be easier Note that while this may ease the borrower’s cash flow, consolidation can add significantly to the amount of overall interest that is paid over time
consolidation
A treatment used to strengthen deteriorated materials to ensure their structural integrity Traditional skills and materials are preferred The intervention should be reversible REPOINTING is an example of a reversible consolidation treatment An example of a non-reversible consolidation process would be the strengthening of a timber by inserting metal rods in a bed of epoxy
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The process in a market where prices accumulate at a certain level before reversing or continuing Consolidation indicates exhaustion of a market move, but it does not indicate a change in the trend of the market It is a period of uncertainty It may be characterized by either volatility or the absence of trading But it is a short term phenomenon
consolidation
{i} unification; strengthening; solidification
consolidation
Refinancing one or more education loans into a new loan with a new repayment term and interest rate
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The combination of several actions into one
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When you consolidate loans you combine them If for instance, you have an Unsubsidized Stafford Student Loan and a Subsidized Stafford Student Loan, you can combine the two loans and make one payment each month instead of two Consolidation of loans generally results in a lower monthly payment and a longer repayment term Click here for more information
consolidation
The process of combining your student loans through different lenders; into one payment, instead of multiple
consolidation
A loan program that allows a borrower to combine various educational loans into one new loan By extending the repayment period (up to 30 years depending on the loan amount) and allowing a single monthly payment, consolidation can make loan repayment easier for some borrowers
consolidation
A steam locomotive with a 2-8-0 wheel arrangement, 2 pony truck wheels up front, 8 driving wheels in the middle and no trailing truck wheels at the rear under the firebox (click here to a photo of a Reading class I-10sa Consolidation)
consolidation
(Ticaret) The combination of shipments from multiple points at an intermediate facility, reducing the number of individual shipments to end locations
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allowing the borrower to consolidate several types of federal student loans with various repayment schedules into one loan
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A Biller Service Provider that consolidates bills from other Bill Service Providers or Billers and delivers them for presentment to the Customer Service Provider
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An entity that provides consolidation services, joining multiple shipments into a single shipment fro tender to an air carrier An Air Freight Forwarder performs the function of a consolidator
consolidator
An agent who brings together a number of shipments for one destination to qualify for preferential rates
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A bill service provider (BSP) that consolidates bills from other BSPs or billers and delivers them for presentment to the customer service provider Also referred to as a Bill Consolidator
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Anyone who, or anything that consolidates
consolidator
An agent who brings together a number of shipments for one destination to qualify for preferential rates Container (Air Cargo) - Air cargo containers are designed in various sizes and irregular shapes to conform to the inside dimensions of a specific aircraft
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An enterprise that provides services to group shipments, orders, and/or goods to facilitate movement
consolidator
A firm or company which consolidates cargo
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{i} merger; one who consolidates; strengthener
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A person or firm performing a consolidation service for others
consolidators
plural of consolidator
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