profitable

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Englisch - Türkisch
kârlı

Sermayesi için karlı bir yatırım arıyordu. - He looked for a profitable investment for his capital.

Düzenleme son derece karlı olduğunu kanıtladı. - The arrangement proved highly profitable.

{s} kazançlı

Ödünç para verme bu ülkede kazançlı bir iştir. - Money lending is a profitable business in this country.

İnsanlara şirketinin kazançlı olduğunu düşündürmek için yapman gereken tek şey küçük bir hokkabazlık. - All you need is a little legerdemain in your accounting to make people think your company is profitable.

randımanlı
ekon
yararlı
{s} kârlı, kazançlı; ekon. rantabl
{s} faydalı
(Ticaret) verimli
profit
çıkar

Fadıl çıkar için Leyla'yı öldürdü. - Fadil murdered Layla for profit.

İşletme sahibi kârı maksimuma çıkarmak istiyor. - The business owner wants to maximize profit.

profit
yarar

O, Londra'da kalmaktan yararlandı ve İngilizcesini büyük ölçüde geliştirdi. - She profited from her stay in London and considerably improved her English.

Bu kitabı okuyarak yarar sağladım. - I profited from reading this book.

profit
fayda

Akıllı bir kişi hatalarından faydalanır. - A wise person profits by his mistakes.

profit
kâr

Tom'un kar payı vardı. - Tom had a share in the profits.

Kar payını talep etti. - He claimed his share of the profits.

profitable to
için karlı
profitable to
için kârlı
prove profitable
karlılığını ispatlamak
profit
{f} kâr etmek

O, kar etmek için bunu yaptı. - He has done this for profit.

profit
{i} getiri

Samimiyetiniz kâr getirir. - Your sincerity brings profit.

profit
{i} menfaat
less profitable
daha az karlı
profit
temettü
profit
(Politika, Siyaset) kar etme

O, kar etmek için bunu yaptı. - He has done this for profit.

Tom yeni bir restoran açtı ama o ilk on iki ayda kar etmedi - Tom opened a new restaurant, but it didn't turn a profit in the first twelve months.

profit
randıman
profit
(Gıda) kâr
profit
ası
profit
intifa etmek
profitability
(Ticaret) kazançlılık
seem profitable
karlı görünmek
profit
kazanç

Ekonomi zayıf olmasına rağmen, bazı şirketler hâlâ kazanç sağlıyor. - Although the economy is weak, some companies are still making a profit.

Helal yoldan kazanılmayan kazanç, kazanç değildir. - Acquired by sin - there's no profit within.

profit
kâr sağlamak
profit
kazanç getirmek
profitability
fayda
profitability
karlılık
profitability
kârlılık
profitability
verimlilik
profitably
kazançla
profitably
karlı olarak
beneficial, profitable; helpful
yararlı, karlı, faydalı
profit
i. 1. kâr, kazanç. 2. yarar, fayda. f. by/from -den yararlanmak/faydalanmak/istifade etmek
profitableness
karlılık
profit
(Mukavele) kar, kazanç; menfaat, yarar, fayda
profit
{f} by/from -den yararlanmak/faydalanmak/istifade etmek. profit and loss account kâr ve zarar hesabı
profit
artıkdeğer
profit
yararı olmak
profit
yararlanmak
profit
yararı dokunmak
profit
yaramak
profit
faydası olmak
profit
profit kazandır
profit
{f} kâr getirmek
profit
profit motive kâr güdüsü
profit
yarar/kar
profit
kar,v.kar et: n.kar
profit
istifade etmek
profit
kar sağlamak
profit
net profit netpaper profits mu
profitability
rantabilite
profitableness
kârlılık
profitableness
faydalı olma
profitably
kazançlı bir şekilde
Englisch - Englisch
producing a profit
{a} gainful, lucrative, advantageous
Yielding or bringing profit or gain; gainful; lucrative; useful; helpful; advantageous; beneficial; as, a profitable trade; profitable business; a profitable study or profession
promoting benefit or gain; "a profitable meeting to resolve difficulties"
yielding material gain or profit; "profitable speculation on the stock market"
A profitable organization or practice makes a profit. Drug manufacturing is the most profitable business in America It was profitable for them to produce large amounts of food. + profitably prof·it·ably The 28 French stores are trading profitably. + profitability prof·it·abil·ity Changes were made in operating methods in an effort to increase profitability
providing profit; "a profitable conversation"
productive of profit; "a profitable enterprise"; "a fruitful meeting"
promoting benefit or gain; "a profitable meeting to resolve difficulties" yielding material gain or profit; "profitable speculation on the stock market" providing profit; "a profitable conversation
Something that is profitable results in some benefit for you. collaboration which leads to a profitable exchange of personnel and ideas. + profitably prof·it·ably In fact he could scarcely have spent his time more profitably. producing a profit or a useful result   unprofitable
providing profit; "a profitable conversation
{s} lucrative, paying; rewarding, beneficial; producing income
{a} lucriferous
{a} lucrous
{a} lucrific
moneymaking
profitable asset
property that is worthwhile from an economic perspective
profitable business
business that yields a financial profit
profitable investment
monetary investment that yields a profit
profit
Total income or cash flow minus expenditures. The money or other benefit a non-governmental organization or individual receives in exchange for products and services sold at an advertised price
profit
In property law, a nonpossessory interest in land whereby a party is entitled to enter the land of another for the purpose of taking the soil or the substance of the soil (coal, oil, minerals, and in some jurisdictions timber and game)
profit
To benefit (sb), be of use to (sb)
profit
To benefit, gain
profit
To take advantage of, exploit, use
profit
Benefit, positive result obtained

Reading such an enlightening book on the subject was of much profit to his studies.

profitability
The capacity to make a profit
profit
{v} to benefit, improve, gain advantage
profit
{n} gain, advantage, benefits
profitableness
{n} gain, advantage, benefits
profitably
{a} beneficially, advantageously
Profit
cabbage
Profitableness
advantageousness
To be profitable
pay
non profitable
not yielding a profit, not worth the effort, not beneficial
profit
The amount earned from an investment or operation after expenses are deducted Gross profit, or gross income, refers to pre-tax net sales less cost of sales Net profit, also includes the deduction of interest, taxes, depreciation and other expenses not associated with the cost of sales
profit
A profit is an amount of money that you gain when you are paid more for something than it cost you to make, get, or do it. The bank made pre-tax profits of £3.5 million You can improve your chances of profit by sensible planning loss
profit
The difference between revenue from sales of the catch and the cost of fishing
profit
{i} earnings, financial gain; benefit, avail; financial income; advantage, privilege
profit
{i} gains
profit
Accession of good; valuable results; useful consequences; benefit; avail; gain; as, an office of profit, To be of service to; to be good to; to help on; to benefit; to advantage; to avail; to aid; as, truth profits all men
profit
When an operating unit has revenue greater than expenses, this difference is known as profit See Divisional income
profit
The positive difference between the buying and selling price of an investment An example is a company that sells a product for more than it cost them to make it
profit
The excess of income over all costs, including the interest cost of the wealth invested This means making money after one has paid all the expenses in a business
profit
(Ticaret) The amount earned from an investment or operation after expenses are deducted. Gross profit, or gross income, refers to pre-tax net sales less cost of sales. Net profit, also includes the deduction of interest, taxes, depreciation and other expenses not associated with the cost of sales
profit
To be of use or advantage; to do or bring good
profit
derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience
profit
The income remaining after all business expenses are paid
profit
the excess of revenues over expenses
profit
All the money a business earns in a year minus all the costs of running the business
profit
The money earned from conducting business after all costs and expenses have been paid
profit
The positive gain from an investment or business operation after subtracting for all expenses opposite of loss
profit
is the difference between what something is worth and what it cost If you produce something for sale your profit is the amount that your customer pays you less your cost of supplying it Another way of stating this is that profit is the difference between what you created and what you destroyed All workers aim to make a profit, because to do otherwise would be pointless or self harmful
profit
the advantageous quality of being beneficial make a profit; gain money or materially; "The company has not profited from the merger" derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience
profit
A classic “What do you mean by that?”, with the definition depending on who you're talking to: Sales personnel think it's Gross Sales; Production thinks it's Gross Profit; Finance thinks it's all the way down to the bottom line (Net Income)
profit
derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience"
profit
Acquisition beyond expenditure; excess of value received for producing, keeping, or selling, over cost; hence, pecuniary gain in any transaction or occupation; emolument; as, a profit on the sale of goods
profit
the money you've earned after you subtract a) any money you had to spend to make the product or perform the service B) any taxes that had to be paid on your earnings
profit
the advantageous quality of being beneficial
profit
The earnings a company realizes after all costs, expenses and taxes have been paid It is calculated by subtracting business, depreciation, interest and tax costs from revenues Profit is the supreme measure of value as far as the market is concerned Profit is also called earnings or net income See "What Is A Stock Anyway?" BACK TO TOP
profit
A benefit, advantage or gain, particularly a pecuniary gain of excess returns over expenditures, accruing to an owner through the use or exchange of their property, or their rights to property, other than an individual's personal labor, barter or trade
profit
Financial gain, or revenues minus expenses Profit is the overarching mission of private-sector companies Nonprofit or governmental organizations either operate at a loss or attempt to achieve a zero profit; for them the overarching mission is a charter for a service, or a goal to be achieved Therefore, there is a basic distinction in measures of strategic success between profit and nonprofit or governmental organizations
profit
amount left after all costs of a business are paid, as in: To grant you a loan, the bank will want a Profit and Loss statement
profit
occurs when an investment appreciates in value and is sold, or realised
profit
To gain advantage; to make improvement; to improve; to gain; to advance
profit
The term used to describe the amount of income received after deducting all the expenses paid out in earning that income May also be used to describe the amount you receive on the sale of an asset after deducting the cost of the asset and any expenses that you incurred in buying or selling that asset
profit
{f} earn income, make financial gains; be of service, be beneficial, be advantageous
profit
Revenue left over after the costs of the production process have been paid
profit
The money or other benefit an organisation or individual makes. Total income or cash flow minus expenditures and taxes
profit
If you profit from something, or it profits you, you gain some advantage or benefit from it. Jennifer wasn't yet totally convinced that she'd profit from a more relaxed lifestyle So far the French alliance had profited the rebels little Whom would it profit to terrify or to kill James Sinclair? Profit is also a noun. The artist found much to his profit in the Louvre. In business usage, the excess of total revenue over total cost during a specific period of time. In economics, profit is the excess over the returns to capital, land, and labour. Since these resources are measured by their opportunity costs, economic profit can be negative. There are various sources of profit: an innovator who introduces a new production technique can earn entrepreneurial profits; changes in consumer tastes may bring some firms windfall profits; or a firm may restrict output to prevent prices from falling to the level of costs (monopoly profit)
profit
the advantageous quality of being beneficial make a profit; gain money or materially; "The company has not profited from the merger"
profit
If you profit from something, you earn a profit from it. Footballers are accustomed to profiting handsomely from bonuses The dealers profited shamefully at the expense of my family
profit
the difference between the price received for a product and its cost (the price of the factors of production used to make it); excess of revenues over expenses; an entrepreneur's reward for using factors of production in economic activity
profit
make a profit; gain money or materially; "The company has not profited from the merger"
profit
The excess of revenue over the total cost of producing the product or products
profit
occurs when an investment appreciates in value and is sold, or realised Also known as a realised gain
profit
the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
profit
Profit is the income left over for the owners of a business after all the costs of production have been paid Profit is an incentive for entrepreneurs and a reward for taking a risk to start a business Businesses who make a profit have successfully satisfied the wants of consumers
profit
The payoff less the future value of the original cost to acquire the position
profit
To take advantage of exploit, use
profitability
The ability of a business to earn a reasonable return on the owners' investments
profitability
Company's ability to generate an adequate return on invested capital (See (p 575))
profitability
when a business or an activity makes a profit, or the amount of profit it makes
profitability
The relative profit performance of a business, enterprise or other operating unit Profitability comparisons often occur over time, across peer groups, relative to projections, and relative to norms or standards
profitability
the ability of a business to earn profits (to be profitable)
profitability
A company's ability to generate revenues in excess of the costs incurred in producing those revenues
profitability
The ratio of profits from a strategy divided by the capital employed in that strategy, it is important to define clearly the elements in the equation, e g whether the profits are calculated before or after tax and before or after interest payments This is often called the Return on capital employed, shortened to ROCE
profitability
The amount of profit, or the excess of revenue over expense during any given fiscal period Profit will be reflected on the balance sheet as an increase in a nonprofit's net assets, offset by an increase in some asset or mix of assets See also: Income Statement (IS) Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
profitability
the ability of a company to generate profits
profitability
{i} gainfulness
profitability
The quality or state of being profitable
profitability
the quality of affording gain or benefit or profit
profitability
{i} state of producing earnings; state of being financially rewarding; beneficialness, advantageousness
profitableness
{i} state of producing earnings; state of being financially rewarding; beneficialness, advantageousness
profitableness
{i} lucrativeness
profitableness
the quality of affording gain or benefit or profit
profitably
lucratively, in a worthwhile manner; beneficially, in a useful manner
profitably
In a profitable manner , in a way that achieves profit or gain
profitably
in a productive way; "they worked together productively for two years"
profitable
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