venture

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} girişim

Eğer geri gelmezsem, girişim muhtemelen başarısız olur. - If I don't come back, the venture will probably be unsuccessful.

Tom girişimci bir kapitalist. - Tom is a venture capitalist.

{i} tehlikeli girişim
{i} cüret
{i} risk

Yönetim kurulu üyeleri çok riskli bir girişimi üstlenmeye isteksiz. - The directors were reluctant to undertake so risky a venture.

May I venture a suggestion? Bir teklifte bulunabilir miyim
yatırım
macera
müessesese
-e cüret etmek
kuruluş
riske etmek
{f} cüret etmek
tehlikeli iş
göze almak
tehlikeye atılmak
tehlikeye atmak
cesaret edip girişmek
venture ri
{i} riske atılan şey
tehlikeli işe atılmak
{f} riske atmak
{f} 1. -i tehlikeye atmak: venture
{i} teşebbüs
{i} tic. teşebbüs, girişim: joint venture ortak girişim
{f} cesaret etmek
{i} şans işi
yer
(Ticaret) riskli girişim
(Kanun) riskli teşebbüs
muayene
(Kanun) risk almak
(Ticaret) riskli iş
venture a beating
dayağı göze almak
venture an objection
itiraza cüret göstermek
venture to
gözü kesmek
venture upon
-e girişmek
venture capital
Risk Sermayesi
venture into
girişim içine
venture on a difficult task
zor bir görev üzerinde girişim
venture out of
temkinli çıkmak
venture tehlikeye atmak; tehlikeye atilmak; cüret etmek, göze almak
girişim, teşebbüs
venture tehlikeye atmak; tehlikeye atilmak; cüret etmek, göze almak
tehlikeli girişim, tehlikeli iş, macera
venture on
cesaret edip girişmek
venture on
girişmek
venture on
riske girmek
venture upon
cesaret edip girişmek
venture upon
girişmek
venture upon
riske girmek
venture upon/on
-e girişmek
foreign venture
(Ticaret) yabancı teşebbüs
joint venture
(Kanun,Ticaret) iş ortaklığı
joint venture
(Askeri,Ticaret) müşterek teşebbüs
joint venture contract
(Kanun) ortak girişim anlaşması
venture capital
(Ticaret) riziko sermayesi
venture capitalist
(Ticaret) risk sermayedarı
venturer
(Ticaret) ortak girişimci
venturer
(Ticaret) risk sermayedarı
carburettor lower venture
karbüratör alt boynuzu
draw a bow at a venture
boş atıp dolu tutmak
joint venture
(Mukavele) iki ya da daha çok ortaklı bir girişim
joint venture
{i} ortak girişim
joint venture
{i} ortaklık
I venture to suggest
Haddim olmayarak önermeliyim (söylemeliyim) ki

I venture to suggest that the natural gas pipe lines should be laid minimum 2.5mt down the ground.

May I venture a suggestion?
Bir teklifte bulunabilir mıyım?
nothing venture
hiçbir girişim
nothing venture nothing have
(Atasözü) Korkak bezirgan ne kar eder ne ziyan
to venture
girişim
May i venture a
Bir teklifte bulunabilir miyim?
at a venture
rasgele
cooperative venture
(Politika, Siyaset) kooperatif girişim
draw a bow at venture
(Fiili Deyim ) boş atıp dolu tutmak
drawing a bow at venture
boş atıp dolu tutmak
investor in a joint venture
(Ticaret) ortak yatırım ortağı
joint venture accounting
(Ticaret) ortak girişim muhasebesi
joint venture accounting
(Ticaret) adi ortaklık muhasebesi
joint venture companies
(Ticaret) ortak girişim şirketleri
joint venture company
ortak girişim firması
joint venture frame contracts
(Ticaret) ortak yatırım sözleşmeleri
joint venture interest
(Ticaret) ortak girişim faizi
not to venture to
gözü kesmemek
venturer
maceracı
Englisch - Englisch
To undertake a risky or daring journey
To risk or offer

Till then they had only exchanged glances of the most casual but now under the brim of her new hat she ventured a look at him and the face that met her gaze there in the twilight, wan and strangely drawn, seemed to her the saddest she had ever seen.

A risky or daring undertaking or journey

My heart was beating finely when we two set forth in the cold night upon this dangerous venture.

to dare to engage in; to attempt without any certainty of success. Used with at or on
{v} to send a venture, risk, expose, dare
{n} a thing at stake, hazard, hap, chance
A venture is a project or activity which is new, exciting, and difficult because it involves the risk of failure. his latest writing venture. a Russian-American joint venture
If you venture somewhere, you go somewhere that might be dangerous. People are afraid to venture out for fear of sniper attacks
To put or send on a venture or chance; as, to venture a horse to the West Indies
a commercial undertaking that risks a loss but promises a profit
If you venture a question or statement, you say it in an uncertain way because you are afraid it might be stupid or wrong. `So you're Leo's girlfriend?' he ventured He ventured that plants draw part of their nourishment from the air Stephen ventured a few more sentences in halting Welsh
The thing put to hazard; a stake; a risk; especially, something sent to sea in trade
To hazard one's self; to have the courage or presumption to do, undertake, or say something; to dare
If you venture into an activity, you do something that involves the risk of failure because it is new and different. He enjoyed little success when he ventured into business. a new business activity that involves taking risks business/commercial venture joint venture (=when two companies do something together) (adventure)
put at risk; "I will stake my good reputation for this"
proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers; "We ventured into the world of high-tech and bought a supercomputer"
A risky enterprise
An event that is not, or can not be, foreseen; an accident; chance; hap; contingency; luck
undertaking of a business that involves some speculation or risk
An undertaking that is dangerous, daring, or of uncertain outcome
put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation; "I am guessing that the price of real estate will rise again"; "I cannot pretend to say that you are wrong"
(s) - business undertaking entailing a degree of risk A business venture is an entrepreneurial activity in which capital is exposed to the risk of loss for the possibility of reaping a profit reward
To confide in; to rely on; to trust
An undertaking of chance or danger; the risking of something upon an event which can not be foreseen with certainty; a hazard; a risk; a speculation
an investment that is very risky but could yield great profits; "he knew the stock was a speculation when he bought it"
Something you do that could be a little bit risky or dangerous
To expose to hazard; to risk; to hazard; as, to venture one's person in a balloon
{f} take a risk in order to achieve a goal; dare to express something (even in the face of possible opposition); chance investing money in a risky but possibly lucrative business venture
put at risk; "I will stake my good reputation for this
Term embracing the three elements of any commercial voyage - hull, cargo and freight/passengers
{i} risky undertaking, enterprise whose results are not certain; business undertaking which promises to bring great profit but involves a good deal of risk; amount invested or wagered
If you venture to do something that requires courage or is risky, you do it. `Don't ask,' he said, whenever Ginny ventured to raise the subject. = dare
To make a venture; to run a hazard or risk; to take the chances
any venturesome undertaking especially one with an uncertain outcome
any venturesome undertaking especially one with an uncertain outcome a commercial undertaking that risks a loss but promises a profit proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers; "We ventured into the world of high-tech and bought a supercomputer"
venture capital
money invested in an innovative enterprise in which both the potential for profit and the risk of loss are considerable
venture capitalist
An investor who invests in a startup venture; higher returns are expected because of the higher risks
Venture Scout
a member of the Venture Scouts, part of the British Scout Association for boys and girls who are 16 to 20 years old
venture capital
Venture capital is capital that is invested in projects that have a high risk of failure, but that will bring large profits if they are successful. venture capitalist n. money lent to someone so that they can start a new business capitalist
venture capital
finance, usually equity, offered by specialist merchant banks wanting to take a stake in firms with high growth potential, but involving a high risk of loss
venture capital
Often referred to as 'seed money' This is money loaned to the company in its earliest stages of development Security for that money will carry a high price tag, at the company's expense, as the justification is that high risk on the part of the lender yields high rewards Representation on the board and significant equity ownership are within reason This procedure is generally a last resort to keep a new company operational
venture capital
An investment in a start-up business that is perceived to have excellent growth prospects but does not have access to capital markets
venture capital
1 Independently managed pools of money from private investors These funds are made available for startup firms and small businesses with exceptional growth potential Managerial expertise is also often provided 2 Outside the United States, venture capital is sometimes more broadly defined to include all private equity
venture capital
Venture Capital is the process by which investors fund early stage, more risk oriented business endeavors A venture capital funding arrangement will typically entail relinquishing some level of ownership and control of the business Offsetting the high risk the investor takes is the promise of high return on the investment
venture capital
Funds that are invested by a third party in a business venture, as either equity or a form of debt
venture capital
Financial capital provided to fund the creation or expansion of a business, especially a highly speculative business with a high potential payback
venture capital
wealth available for investment in new or speculative enterprises
venture capital
Venture Capital firms invest in private companies that need capital to develop and market their products In return for this investment, the venture capitalists exact a price - significant ownership of the company and seats on the board of directors For the most part, venture capitalists focus on companies in the technology, medical and retail sectors Venture capitalists raise money from institutional investors, state pension funds and high-net worth individuals, usually in the form of partnerships Investors should look at the venture capital firms track record and expertise when evaluating an IPO
venture capital
Money used to support new or unusual undertakings; equity, risk or speculative investment capital This funding is provided to new or existing firms which exhibit potential for above-average growth
venture capital
Money raised by companies to finance new, risky ventures
venture capital
An investment in a start-up business that is perceived to have excellent growth prospects but does not have access to capital markets Type of financing sought by early-stage companies seeking to grow rapidly
venture capital
Money provided by investors to privately held companies with perceived long-term growth potential Professionally managed venture capital firms generally are limited partnerships funded by private and public pension funds, endowment funds, foundations, corporations, wealthy individuals, foreign investors, and the venture capitalists themselves
venture capital
money used to support a new or unusual undertakings; equity, risk or speculative investment capital This funding is provided to new or existing businesses which exhibit potential for above-average growth
venture capital
A main source of financing used to fund startups that do not have access to capital markets It involves investing in high risk and high return projects that are usually innovative in nature and involving lot of uncertainties
venture capital
Money invested in a start-up company by an outsider in the hope of making big profits-generally when the company goes public
venture capital
A common term for funds that are invested by a third party in a business either as equity or as a form of secondary debt In the event of failure or business wind-up These funds rank behind all other secured creditors
venture capital
Investments in nonmarketable securities of new companies with high risk and the potential for high return
venture capital
Financing for new businesses Start-up companies that receive venture capital are perceived to have excellent growth prospects but don't have access to capital markets because they are private companies In return for venture capital, investors may receive a say in the company's management, as well as some combination of profits, preferred shares or royalties Sources of venture capital include wealthy individual investors, investment banks, and other financial institutions that pool investments in venture-capital funds or limited partnerships The risks and rewards of venture-capital investing can be extreme BACK TO TOP
venture capital
Capital supplied to particularly high-risk projects, such as start-ups or to companies denied conventional financing
venture capital
Important source of financing for startup companies or others embarking on new or turnaround ventures that entail some investment risk but offer the potential for above average future profits Venture is also referred to as risk capital
venture capital
risk capital, money invested in a new business or the stocks of a new business
venture capital
money used to support a new or unusual undertaking This funding is provided to new or existing businesses which exhibit potential for above-average growth
venture capital
Venture Economics uses the term to describe the universe of venture investing (see Private Equity) It does not include buyout investing, mezzanine investing, fund of fund investing or secondaries Angel investors or business angels would also not be included in the definition
venture capital
An important source of financing used to fund startup and emerging growth companies that usually do not have access to the capital markets VC typically entails significant investment risk but offers the potential for above-average future returns
venture capital
important source of financing for start-up companies or other embarking on new or turnaround ventures that entail some investment risk but offer the potential for above-average future profits; also called risk capital
venture capitalist
Venture Capitalists raise capital (commonly known as risk capital) for a business and provide advisory services during the term of their investment The capital raised may be in the form of debt or equity and may be from private or public sources They usually specialize in specific stages of investment and/or specific industries that they know well At nvst com, Venture Capitalists are classified as Investors and Advisors
venture capitalist
an investor or investment group that invests in new business ventures
venture capitalist
Entity investing in companies that have an element of risk but offer potentially above-average returns
venture capitalist
These are individuals or firm managers who fund startups for equity stake in the business These are professional investors with vast experience, good contacts and sound business skills, which they bring along with money They often look for highly profitable businesses that guarantee an immediate return on their investment
venture capitalist
Individual or firm who invests money in new enterprises
venture capitalist
A venture capitalist is someone who makes money by investing in high risk projects
venture capitalist
A professional investor who invests in new, untested businesses and new business models
venture capitalist
a speculator who makes money available for innovative projects (especially in high technology)
venture capitalist
Investors who will invest in a company start up for a share of the company
venture to say
dare to say
business venture
A business enterprise in which the expectation of gain is accompanied by the risk of loss or failure
joint venture
A cooperative partnership between two individuals or businesses in which profits and risks are shared
ventured
Simple past tense and past participle of venture
venturer
One who undertakes a business venture
venturer
One who ventures; a traveller or explorer
joint venture
An international business collaboration between foreign interests and private parties from the host country, in which two or more parties establish a new business enterprise to which each contributes and in which ownership and control are shared
joint venture
{i} collective enterprise, group endeavor, joint project, collaboration
venturer
{n} one who ventures, one who hazards
at a venture
coincidentally, by chance
combination venture
transfer of partial assets to a contractor as incentive for construction
joint venture
A business entity established for a specific task, operation, or goal
joint venture
A joint ownership of a firm by two or more persons or other firms A partnership between two or more companies mutually engaged in a particular venture such as a major project In this case, the venture exists for a specific purpose for a limited time
joint venture
A legal, cooperative business arrangement between two suppliers Controlled by two or more independent firms When firms wish to work together to bid for and carry out a contract
joint venture
An agreement between two or more parties who invest in a property or business
joint venture
A business venture that is owned by two or more other business ventures Often the several business owners are from different countries
joint venture
A partnership or cooperative agreement between two or more persons restricted to a single effort
joint venture
A venture in which two businesses join together to share risk or expertise on a specific project or group of projects
joint venture
An association of persons jointly undertaking some commercial enterprise Unlike a partnership, a joint venture does not entail a continuing relationship among the parties
joint venture
an association of two or more parties who combine their money, property, knowledge, skills, experience, time or other resources in a joint business enterprise, agreeing to share the profits and the losses and each having some degree of control over the enterprise
joint venture
a venture by a partnership or conglomerate designed to share risk or expertise; "a joint venture between the film companies to produce TV shows"
joint venture
A type of partial structural integration in which one or more separate organizations combine resources to achieve a stated objective The participating companies share ownership of the venture and responsibility for its operations, but usually maintain separate ownership and control over their operations outside of the joint venture
joint venture
A type of partnership arrangement between two otherwise independent businesses that agree to undertake a specific project together for a specified time period
joint venture
An agreement between two or more business's or individuals to undertake the same business strategy and plan of action
joint venture
cooperation between two or more companies on the one project to produce mutually agreeable results
joint venture
a business undertaking by two or more parties in which profits, losses and control are shared
joint venture
A mineral exploration program or mine operation funded by two or more parties
joint venture
A project which two or more persons undertake together, sharing the cost, the risk and the reward
joint venture
a venture by a partnership or conglomerate designed to share risk or expertise; "a joint venture between the film companies to produce TV shows
joint venture
a joint venture is where two or more persons (either individual people or companies) enter into an agreement to undertake a business venture for joint profit The joint venture can be simply an agreement between the parties as to who does what, invests what and gets what at the end, or it can be an entirely new company set up for the specific purpose of pursuing the joint business
joint venture
An agreement between two or more firms to undertake the same business strategy and plan of action
joint venture
An association of persons or companies collaborating in a business venture for more than a transitory time period
joint venture
In the SBA Mentor-Protégé Program, an agreement between a certified 8(a) firm and a mentor firm to perform a specific federal contract
joint venture
A project undertaken by two or more parties to achieve a mutual objective
joint venture
An agreement between two or more parties to invest in a specific single business or property Although not a continuing relationship, it is treated as a partnership for income tax purposes
joint venture
An agreement between two or more firms to undertake the same business strategy and plan of action See: Incorporated joint venture and Unicorporated joint venture
joint venture
The cooperation of two or more individuals or enterprises in a specific business enterprise, rather than in a continuing relationshipS as in a partnership
joint venture
A joint venture is a business or project in which two or more companies or individuals have invested, with the intention of working together. It will be sold to a joint venture created by Dow Jones and Westinghouse Broadcasting. A partnership or conglomerate, formed often to share risk or expertise: a joint venture between the film companies
random venture
one-time commercial transaction that does involve supplies
ventured
past of venture
venturer
{i} one who ventures, risk-taker, one who dares
venturer
One who ventures, or puts to hazard; an adventurer
venturer
a merchant who undertakes a trading venture (especially a venture that sends goods overseas)
venturer
a person who enjoys taking risks
venturer
A strumpet; a prostitute
ventures
plural of venture
venturing
present participle of venture
venture
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