debit

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İngilizce - Türkçe
deftere kaydedilen borç
(Ticaret) pasif
zimmetine geçirmek
açık
akım
zimmet
{f} zimmet kaydet
{i} borç tarafı
{f} birinin borcuna kaydetmek
{f} borç kaydetmek
debit balance zimmet bakıyesi
{i} borç
(Askeri) ZİMMET, BORÇ
zimmet kaydetmek
debit an account bir hesabı zimmetine kaydetmek
birinin zimmetine kaydetmek
debit a sum to a person bir meblağı
{i} borç hanesine yapılan kayıt
{f} borçlandırmak
{f} zimmetine kaydetmek
(Ticaret) borç zimmet
(Kanun) gider
debi
verim
debit account
(Ticaret) borçlu hesap
debit advice
(Ticaret) borç dekontu
debit card
(Ticaret) bankamatik kartı

Bankamatik kartımı evde unuttum. - I forgot my debit card at home.

debit items
(Ticaret) pasif kalemleri
debit items
(Ticaret) ödenenler kalemleri
debit memo
(Ticaret) borç dekontu
debit account
borç hesabı
debit account
zimmet hesabı
debit advice
borçlu dekontu
debit and credit
borç ve alacak
debit balance
borç bakıyesi
debit entry
borç girişi
debit entry
borç kaydı
debit interest
borç faizi
debit memo
borç dekontu, zimmet muhtırası
debit side
borç tarafı
debit again
(Ticaret) yeniden borçlandırma
debit an account
bir hesabı borcuna kaydetmek
debit balance
(Askeri) ZİMMET BAKİYESİ; BORÇ BAKİYESİ
debit balance
borç bakiyesi
debit memorandum
(Ticaret) borç muhtırası
debit note
borç dekontu
debit note only
(Sigorta) sadece borç notu
debit voucher
(Askeri) BORÇ BELGESİ; ZİMMET BELGESİ: Stok kayıt hesabında, teşkillere veya şahıslara verilen mallara ait sorumluluğu gösterir belge. Bknz. "credit voucher"
debit card
(Ticaret) debit kart
debit note
(Ticaret) zimmet dekontu
debits
(Politika, Siyaset) borçlar
charge to debit
zimmete geçirmek
debiting
borçlandırma
enter to sb's debit
birinin hesabına borç geçirmek
direct debit
Otomatik ödeme

I pay my electricity bill by direct debit.

direct debit
Otomatik ödeme talimatı
enter to sb's debit
hesabına borç geçirmek
accounts in debit
(Ticaret) borç hesapları
credit and debit
tic. alacak ve verecek
wipe off a debit balance
(Ticaret) borç bakiyesini temizlemek
Türkçe - Türkçe
Kızıl üzüm
İngilizce - İngilizce
To make an entry on the debit side of an account
To remove a sum of money from an account as a payment
A sum of money taken out of an account
of or relating to process of taking money from an account
In bookkeeping, an entry in the left hand column of an account to record a debt
of or relating to the debit card function of a debit card rather than its often available credit card function {as used by US Postal Service, Walmart, and other payees}
{n} debt, the debtor side of an account
{v} to charge with debt in an account
Any transaction which sends money out of the country (e g payments for the import of goods)
{i} liability, debt, obligation
an accounting entry acknowledging sums that are owing
In accounting, a debit to an asset (customer), or expense account, will increase the account balance In contrast, a debit to a revenue or liability (vendor) account will decrease the account balance
is a record of an indebtedness; specifically : an entry on the left-hand side of an account constituting an addition to an expense or asset account or a deduction from a revenue, net worth, or liability account
To debit (Dr ) an account means to enter an amount on the left, or debit, side of the account
An entry on the left side of an account
A charge to a customer's bankcard account A transaction, such as a check, automated teller machine (ATM) withdrawal, or point-of-sale (POS) debit purchase that debits a demand deposit account
side of an account; as, to debit the amount of goods sold
(1) An accounting entry that increases the balance of an asset or expense account or decreases the balance of a liability, income, or equity account (2) A charge against a customer’s balance or bank card account
an entry that increases asset and expense accounts or decreases liability, equity, and revenue accounts; recorded on the left side of a T-account (p 90)
An entry on the left side of a ledger account
This term relates to deposit accounts such as checking and savings A debit is money that is taken out of your account Debits include checks that you write, ATM withdrawals, point-of sale transactions, bill payments, and pre-authorized automatic payments such as mortgage or auto loan payments Bank service charges and fees that come out of your account are also called debits
An accounting term used to describe an entry which increases an expense or asset account, or decreases an income, liability or net worth account
side of an account; mostly used adjectively; as, the debit side of an account
A charge on an accounting statement or balance sheet (appearing on the left-hand column); the opposite of a credit Used in bookkeeping and in preparing the closing statement in a real estate transaction
Remove money from a bank account In this instance, transfer payment from the importer's account to the exporter's account
In the language of bookkeeping - left side of an account or an entry
An amount subtracted from a Chase deposit account which decreases the value of the account
A debt; an entry on the debtor Dr
An entry to an account which reduces resources available in an expense or fund account (appears as an expense or negative revenue)
an accounting entry acknowledging sums that are owing enter as debit
Entry on the left side of a DOUBLE-ENTRY BOOKKEEPING system that represents the addition of an ASSET or expense or the reduction to a LIABILITY or REVENUE (See CREDIT )
A debit is a record of the money taken from your bank account, for example when you write a cheque. The total of debits must balance the total of credits. see also direct debit
When your bank debits your account, money is taken from it and paid to someone else. We will always confirm the revised amount to you in writing before debiting your account
enter as debit
To charge with debt; the opposite of, and correlative to, credit; as, to debit a purchaser for the goods sold
Any entry on or to the left side of a balance sheet, T-account, or journal entry The Local School Accounts that normally carry a debit (left side) balance are your Cash (010) and Investment (030) accounts Increases to these accounts would be debits while decreases would be credits
An accounting entry which results in either an increase in assets or a decrease in liabilities or net worth opposite of credit
A charge to a customer's bankcard account
Another name for withdrawal of funds from your account
An entry made to the left side of an account or a reference to the left side of an account
To enter on the debtor Dr
{f} charge with a debt
an amount entered on the left-hand (debtor) side of an account; to make such an entry
Debit and credit are two of the most confusing terms in the financial world They mean one thing when your banker is discussing your account balance And they take almost the opposite meaning when used by your accountant In accounting, a debit increases the balance of an asset or expense account; a credit to the same account decreases the balance It would serve you better if all professionals used the terms "increase" or "decrease" in a given account Debit and credit are terms used in double-entry accounting
debit card
A card much like a credit card, but which takes money directly from the bank account, rather than borrowing money at a rate of interest, and uses a PIN instead of a signature
debit cards
plural form of debit card
debit card
A debit card is a plastic card which provides an alternative payment method to cash when making purchases. Physically the card is an ISO 7810 card like a credit card; however, its functionality is more similar to writing a check as the funds are withdrawn directly from either the cardholder's bank account (often referred to as a check card), or from the remaining balance on a gift card
debit balance
balance of a debt, negative sum in a bank account
debit card
A card that resembles a credit card but which debits a transaction account (checking account) with the transfers occuring contemporaneously with the customer's purchases A debit card may be machine readable, allowing for the activation of an automated teller machine or other automated payments equipment [FRBC] A card that resembles a credit card but which debits a transaction account (checking account) with the transfers occurring contemporaneously with the customer's purchases A debit card may be machine readable, allowing for the activation of an automated teller machine or other automated payments equipment [FRBM][FRBSF] (see also Automated Teller Machines, check, payment system)
debit card
Payment card whose funds are withdrawn directly from the cardholder's checking account at the time of sale (online debit) or after batch settlement (off-line debit)
debit card
a card linked to a bank or building society current account It is used to pay for goods and services by immediately debiting your account, much like writing a cheque No credit is extended to the cardholder Default - non-payment of an account according to the terms of the cardholder agreement If you are declared in default, your account may be subject to higher interest rate charges Deferred payment - delayed payment Direct debit - a pre-authorised arrangement to automatically have your credit card bill paid directly from your bank account every month
debit card
This card allows you to deduct the amount of your purchase directly from your checking account for payment to the merchant
debit card
Credit card whose funds are withdrawn directly from the cardholder's checking account
debit card
A convenient way to "pay as you go," this enhanced ATM card subtracts money from your account when you use it to make a purchase or get cash
debit card
a card (usually plastic) that enables the holder to withdraw money or to have the cost of purchases charged directly to the holder's bank account
debit card
A card that automatically deducts charges from you checking or other established account There is no credit involved with using a debit card When you use the debit card, funds are transferred from you established account to the account of the supplier
debit card
A form of charge card that draws funds from a bank account, also called an ATM card It is not a credit line It requires the customer to enter a personal identification number (PIN)
debit card
Payment card whose funds are withdrawn directly from the cardholder's checking account at the time of sale (online debit on a Debit Network) or after batch settlement (off-line debit on a Credit Card Network)
debit card
A magnetic stripe card (commonly an ATM card) used at POS for customer purchases It avoids providing credit by instantly withdrawing the purchase payment from the card owner's bank account See ATM Card Also called a check card
debit card
Debit cards look like credit cards or ATM (automated teller machine) cards, but operate like electronic cash or a personal cheque When a purchase is made with a debit card, the amount is automatically deducted from the associated account No credit is extended to the cardholder and hence no debt or interest charge is incurred
debit card
An ATM bankcard used to purchase goods and services and to obtain cash A debit card debits the cardholder's personal deposit account and requires a Personal Identification Number (PIN) for use Debit cards branded with a bankcard logo (e g Visa) can be accepted in Internet transactions without a PIN
debit card
A financial instrument used by consumers in place of cash Unlike a credit card, debit card purchases are deducted automatically from the cardholder's account, like a check Visa and MasterCard now offer debit cards through banks and other financial institutions
debit card
A debit card is a bank card that you can use to pay for things. When you use it the money is taken out of your bank account immediately. A bankcard used to make an electronic withdrawal from funds on deposit in a bank, as in purchasing goods or obtaining cash advances. a plastic card with your signature on that you can use to pay for things. The money is taken directly from your bank account cash card, cheque card, credit card
debit card
A payment card linked to a bank or building society account, used to pay for goods and services by debiting the holder's account, usually also combined with other facilities such as ATM and cheque guarantee functions
debit card
A plastic card that you can use like a credit card The difference is that a credit card lets you borrow money for a purchase, while a debit card makes payment immediately and electronically from your checking account or savings account ; also called "check card" or "cash card "
debit card
A banking card enhanced with ATM (automated teller machine) and POS (point-of-sale) features that can be used to purchase goods and services electronically The card replaces cash or checks Transactions are deducted from the cardholder's checking account For more information on LaSalle Bank products, click here
debit card
A card that resembles a credit card but which debits a transaction account (checking account) with the transfers occurring contemporaneously with the customer's purchases A debit card may be machine readable, allowing for the activation of an automated teller machine or other automated payments equipment
debit card
A bank card with direct access to a card holder's account, usually a checking or savings account The card acts like a check with the money withdrawn from the existing account balance The withdrawal of funds is immediate with online debit cards, delayed a day or two with off-line debit cards Debit cards that carry the logo of either MasterCard or VISA can be used at any location that displays that network's logo
debit card
An ATM bankcard, also called a check card, allows a merchant to deduct money directly directly from a customer's bank account Debit cards issued with a Visa or MasterCard logo are accepted by any merchant that also accepts Visa or MasterCard credit cards  
debit card
A plastic card used to initiate a debit transaction In general, these transactions are used primarily to purchase goods and services and to obtain cash, for which the cardholder's asset account is debited by the issuer
debit card
A plastic card that, when used in conjunction with a personal identification number (PIN), allows you to electronically access your bank accounts from automated banking machines or at retailers offering the Interac Direct Payment service
debit card
A bank-issued plastic card that provides direct access to a cardholder's checking or savings account Any withdrawal of funds is immediate with online debit cards and delayed a day or two with offline debit cards Debit cards that carry the logo of either MasterCard or VISA can be used at any location that displays that network's logo
debit card
(a) A card with value encoded on the magnetic stripe, which is re-encoded with a lower value at each use; (b) A magnetic stripe card used with a PIN number to authorize electronic debit of funds from an account
debit card
This plastic card looks like a credit card, but it is used to withdraw money from a savings or checking account When you use a debit card at Automatic Teller Machines or in stores to make purchases, money is immediately withdrawn from your account You cannot withdraw more money than you have in the account
debit interest
interest accrued on a debt
debit note
'debit re.ceipt a written record showing that a customer owes money to a company
debit note
notice of amount charged to an account
debit side
account of payments owed; usually the left side of a financial statement
direct debit
a single order to allow a commercial, or similar entity to charge directly to one's bank for a regular payment
direct debit
Direct debit is a payment method that allows an organisation to instruct their bank to collect varying amounts directly from customers' accounts
maestro debit card
Maestro is an international debit card service owned by MasterCard. The Maestro brand now covers all MasterCard's non-credit products
debited
{s} entered as a debit; charged with a debit
debited
Simple past and past participle of debit
debiting
{i} charging a debt
debiting
present participle of debit
debits
third-person singular of debit
debits
plural of , debit
direct debit
A means of authorizing recurring payments (e g , mortgage payments, insurance premiums) to be drawn on an account
direct debit
If you pay a bill by direct debit, you give permission for the company who is owed money to transfer the correct amount from your bank account into theirs, usually every month. Switch to paying your mortgage by direct debit. an instruction you give your bank to pay money directly out of your account regularly to a particular person or organization
direct debit
Regular payments that you authorise to be debited (withdrawn) directly from your bank account Also called periodic payments
direct debit
{i} direct transfer of funds from one bank to another; payment method where the payer permits the payee to take money from directly from his bank account
direct debit
a pre-authorized debit on the payer's account initiated by the payee Most loan providers would require you to set up a direct debit to make the monthly repayments on the loan
direct debit
authorization by the debtor to debit a financial institution account upon receipt of an entry issued by a creditor
direct debit
A customer may instruct his or her bank to authorize an organization (such as a publisher) to collect regular or occasional payments from that customer's bank account as long as the customer has been provided with advance notice of the collection amounts and dates Common in Europe; still uncommon in the U S
direct debit
An agreement third party to take money out of your account at certain intervals in return for a service - e g , you would pay for electricity by direct debit, where the amount will be deducted out of your account each month automatically by the electricity board This can apply to any service or purchase that will require an amount to be paid every month or at regular intervals
direct debit
A method of ACH collection used where the debtor gives authorization to debit his or her account upon the receipt of an entry issued by a creditor [ACH] (see also automated clearinghouse, debt)
direct debit
A process where a debt (payment) is taken directly from the bank account Loan repayments may be arranged to use direct debit from the association's account
direct debit
A method of collection used in the ACH for certain claims, generally those that are repeated over a period of time, under which the debtor gives his or her financial institution authorization to debit his or her account upon the receipt of an entry issued by a creditor
direct debit
Any amount authorised by a member to be automatically withdrawn from an account by a third party (e g an insurance premium)
direct debit
A procedure under which an organisation to whom a payment is due claims the amount directly from the bank account of its debtor
direct debit
A method of making automatic payments electronically from a current account Direct debits may be at fixed intervals - e g for a monthly credit card or quarterly fuel bill, and they may be fixed (e g a monthly membership fee), or variable, such as for a mobile phone bill Direct Debits can also be for irregular payments, such as buying shares
exceptional debit balance
debit balance that is out of the ordinary
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debit kart
(Ticaret) debit card
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