off shore

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Englisch - Türkisch
sahilden biraz uzakta
açığında
(Askeri) açıkta
kıyıdan uzak
denize açılmış
karadan esen
den. açıkta
offshore
(Denizbilim) açıkta
offshore
(Ticaret) off-shore
offshore
yabancı
offshore
açıklarında
offshore
kıyıdan denize doğru
offshore
denizde

Denizde sondaj masrafları artıyor. - Offshore drilling costs are rising.

offshore
kıyıdan uzakta
offshore
kıyıdan uzak
offshore
açık deniz

Dong Enerji Britanya kıyılarında dünyanın en büyük açık deniz rüzgâr çiftliğini inşa edecek. - Dong Energy will build the world's largest offshore wind farm off the coast of Britain.

claw off shore
volta yaparak karadan kurtulmak
claw off shore
(fiil)lta yaparak karadan kurtulmak
offshore
{s} yabancı ülkeden
offshore
{s} dış
offshore
kıyıdan esen
Türkisch - Türkisch
Denizde platform üzerinde kurulan kuyu açma tesisatı
Englisch - Englisch
away from the shore
off shore wind
wind that comes from the direction of the sea
offshore
Moving away from the shore
offshore
Located in the sea away from the coast

an offshore oil rig.

offshore
Located in another country, especially one having beneficial tax laws
off-shore banking
{i} banking that is not under restrictions and supervision of a national authority
offshore
Describes oil exploration and production at sea
offshore
That geographic area that lies seaward of the coastline In general, the coastline is the line of ordinary low water along with that portion of the coast that is in direct contact with the open sea or the line marking the seaward limit of inland water If a State agency uses a different basis for classifying onshore and offshore areas, the State classification should be used (Cook Inlet in Alaska is classified as offshore )
offshore
is used to describe the technique of sinking wells in water Can be applied from so-called drilling platforms, which are anchored firmly in the sea bed and extend high above the surface of the sea with work platforms and living quarters, or from semi-submersible floating platforms that float in the water
offshore
This phrase does not just mean a country overseas, or a small island in the Caribbean or Pacific It means a jurisdiction that grants and guarantees privileges to companies, trusts and bank account holders who in return for those privileges, agree not to conduct active business affairs within that jurisdiction Operating an IBC and a bank account or setting up a trust or LLC do not typically constitute the conduct of active affairs within most jurisdictions So for example, a Nevisian IBC could not be used to run a hardware store in Charlestown, Nevis, but it could be used to set up and operate an income deferral trust for a group of doctors in the U S or a German business setting up a subsidiary in Central America Offshore jurisdictions usually conduct offshore business not in their own currency, but in U S dollars
offshore
Offshore investments or companies are located in a place, usually an island, which has fewer tax regulations than most other countries. The island offers a wide range of offshore banking facilities
offshore
An offshore wind blows from the land towards the sea
offshore
Offshore means situated or happening in the sea, near to the coast. Britain's offshore oil industry. offshore islands. Offshore is also an adverb. One day a larger ship anchored offshore When they hit the rocks, they were just 500 yards offshore
offshore
Not on land
offshore
From the shore; as, an offshore wind; an offshore signal
offshore
Situated off the shore but within waters under a country's control, as offshore fisheries
offshore
{s} far from shore; away from the shore
offshore
away from shore; away from land; "cruising three miles offshore
offshore
Term used for any investor, account or security not domiciled in the United States Some securities offerings are targeted only to offshore investors under special registration or exemptions
offshore
Conditions when the wind is blowing off the land
offshore
located in another country, especially one having benefical tax laws
offshore
Any organization with headquarters outside the U S
offshore
(1) In beach terminology, the comparatively flat zone of variable width, extending from the SHOREFACE to the edge of the CONTINENTAL SHELF It is continually submerged (2) The direction seaward from the shore (3) The zone beyond the nearshore zone where sediment motion induced by waves alone effectively ceases and where the influence of the sea bed on wave action is small in comparison with the effect of wind (4) The BREAKER ZONE directly seaward of the LOW TIDE line
offshore
Contracting work carried out at sea (e g drilling for oil)
offshore
to use foreign labour to substitute for local labour
offshore
operating outside your own country, but usually referring to a tax haven
offshore
at some distance from the shore; "offshore oil reserves"; "an offshore island"
offshore
The comparatively flat zone of variable width extending from the outer margin of the shore to the edge of the continental shelf
offshore
Utilizing an outsourcing service provider located in a country other than where the client is located
offshore
Comparatively flat zone of variable width that extends from the outer margin of the rather steeply sloping shoreface to the edge of the continental shelf
offshore
(of winds) coming from the land; "offshore winds"
offshore
away from the shore
offshore
away from shore; away from land; "cruising three miles offshore"
offshore
at some distance from the shore
offshore
The zone beyond the nearshore zone where sediment motion induced by waves alone effectively ceases and where the influence of the sea bed on wave action is small in comparison with the effect of wind
offshore
Production and operating or technical support facilities located in a foreign country, normally in a different continent
offshore
(of winds) coming from the land; "offshore winds" at some distance from the shore; "offshore oil reserves"; "an offshore island" away from shore; away from land; "cruising three miles offshore
offshore
Offshore is an international term meaning not only out of your country (jurisdiction) but out of the tax reach of your country of residence or citizenship; synonymous with foreign, transnational, global, international, transworld and multi-national, though foreign is used more in reference to the IRS Click here for more information about Offshore Mutual Funds
offshore
– Far from shore
offshore
Away from land, toward the water See inland
Türkisch - Englisch
(Ticaret) offshore
off shore

    Türkische aussprache

    ôf şôr

    Aussprache

    /ˈôf ˈsʜôr/ /ˈɔːf ˈʃɔːr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'of ] (adverb.) before 12th century. Middle English of, from Old English; more at OF.

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