tangible assets

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} maddi aktifler
{i} menkul kıymetler
(Ticaret) maddi varlıklar
tangible asset
(Ticaret) maddi duran varlık
other tangible fix assets
(Ticaret) diğer maddi duran varlıklar
Englisch - Englisch
{i} real properties, material properties, physical assets owned by a firm or individual that can be seen or touched
physical assets (such as cash, accounts receivable, inventory, property, plant and equipment, etc ) Terminal Valuesee Residual Value Transaction Methodsee Merger and Acquisition Method back to top U
Assets that can be touched, such as equipment, machinery, natural resources, and land (See p 412)
An asset that has physical substance, such as land, buildings, computing equipment, or cash and often, accounts receivable, even though it could be argued that they do not have physical existence Contrast with intangible asset
Assets having a physical existence, e g cash, equipment, or real estate
Materialistic assets, e g motor vehicles
net tangible assets
The total assets of a company, less any intangible asset such as goodwill, patents, and trademarks, less all liabilities and the par value of preferred stock. Similar to Book Value and Net Asset Value
tangible asset
Any asset, such as buildings, land, equipment etc. that has physical form
tangible asset
An asset whose value depends on particular physical properties These include reproducible assets such as buildings or machinery and non-reproducible assets such as land, a mine, or a work of art Also called real assets Converse of: Intangible asset
tangible asset
Anything of substance; personal and real property (e g , cash, building, equipment, land)
tangible asset
An asset whose value depends on particular physical properties These i nclude reproducible assets such as buildings or machinery and non-reproducible assets such as land, a mine, or a work of art Also called real assets Related: Intangible asset
tangible asset
An asset which has physical substance (11-11)
tangible asset
In accounting, an asset that has physical form Contrast with intangible asset
tangible asset
An asset that physically exists, such as land, buildings, equipment, etc See also intangible asset
tangible asset
A tangible asset has a value and physically exists Land, machines, equipment, automobiles, and even currencies, are examples of tangible assets On some financial statements, however, a nonmaterial item may often be listed as a tangible asset, such as, a payment to be made on products or goods already delivered
tangible asset
An asset that has physical reality such as real estate, plant, equipment, inventory, or precious metals
tangible asset
{i} real property, physical asset, material property
tangible asset
Assets having a physical existence, such as cash, equipment, and real estate; accounts receivable are also usually considered tangible assets for accounting purposes opposite of intangible asset
tangible asset
An asset having physical, material substance, such as gold or machinery with an actual value
tangible fixed assets
{i} fixed assets that have physical form or substance and can be appraised at an actual or approximate value
tangible assets

    Silbentrennung

    tan·gi·ble as·sets

    Türkische aussprache

    täncıbıl äsets

    Aussprache

    /ˈtanʤəbəl ˈaˌsets/ /ˈtænʤəbəl ˈæˌsɛts/

    Etymologie

    [ 'tan-j&-b&l ] (adjective.) 1589. Late Latin tangibilis, from Latin tangere to touch.

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