debt

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İngilizce - Türkçe
borç

Tom kulaklarına kadar borçlu. - Tom is up to his ears in debt.

O, kendi borçlarını ödemek zorunda kaldı. - He had to pay his own debts.

{i} borçlu olma
hesap
alacak
borçlanma
düyun
zimmet
debt binge
borç batağı
debt market
borç piyasası, bono piyasası, kredi piyasası
debt security
(Ticaret) borç senedi
debt amount
borç miktarı
debt crisis
(Ticaret) borç krizi
debt enforcer
(Kanun) icra memuru
debt instrument
(Ticaret) borçlanma aracı
debt log
(Kanun) borç kaydı
debt owed
alacak
debt raised
(Ticaret) borçlanma
debt raised
(Ticaret) ödünç alma
debt relief
(Ticaret) borç ertelemesi
debt relief
(Ticaret) borç erteleme
debt relief
(Ticaret) borç yardımı
debt relief
(Ticaret) borcun hafiflemesi
debt service
(Ticaret) borç yönetimi
debt stock
(Kanun) borç stoku
debt swap
(Ticaret) borç değişimi
debt waiver
(Ticaret) borç silme
debt waiver
(Kanun,Ticaret) borçtan vazgeçme
debt balance
borç bakiyesi
debt burden
borç yükü
debt conciliation
borçların ödenmesi
debt limit
borç limiti
debt obligation
borç yükümlülüğü
debt of honour
namus borcu
debt receivable
alacak
debt capital
borç sermayesi
debt ceiling
Borçlanma sınırı
debt collection office
icra dairesi
debt collector
borç toplayıcı
debt discount
borç iskontosu
debt equity ratio
borç özkaynak oranı
debt financing
borç finansmanı
debt indicators
borç göstergeleri
debt instrument
borç araç
debt management
Borç yönetimi, borç idaresi
debt on mortgage
ipotekli borç
debt on pawn
rehin karşılığı borç
debt payable
ödenecek borç
debt ratio
borç oranı
debt repayment
borç geri ödeme
debt rescheduling
borç ertelemesi
debt ridden
borç basmış
debt securities
Borçlanma Senetleri
debt servicing
borç servisi
debt-to-equity ratio
borç-to-öz sermaye oranını
debt claims
(Ticaret) borç hesaplan
debt colector
tahsildar
debt due
(Ticaret) ödeme süresi gelmiş borç
debt limit
(Ticaret) borç sınırı
debt liquidation schedule
(Askeri) BORÇ TASFİYE ÇİZELGESİ: Devlete olan borcu aylık taksitlerle tasfiye edilecek bir askeri şahıs için düzenlenmiş ödeme çizelgesi
debt of gratitude
minnet borcu
debt of gratitude
teşekkür borcu, gönül borcu
debt of honor
şeref borcu
debt of honor
kumar borcu
debt owed to one
alacak
debt payable
(Ticaret) vadesi dolmuş borç
Death is a debt to pay the cause is meaningless
(Atasözü) Ecel gelince başa, baş ağrısı bahane
deep in debt
(Fiili Deyim ) gırtlağa kadar borç içinde olmak
default on a debt
borcu vadesinde ödememek
default on a debt
borcunu aksatmak
burden with debt
(Ticaret) borç yüklemek
convertible debt
(Ticaret) dönüştürülebilir borç
current debt
cari borç
domestic debt
(Kanun) iç borçlanma
due debt
(Kanun) vadesi gelmiş borç
due debt
(Ticaret) ödemesi gelmiş borç
due debt
(Kanun,Ticaret) muaccel borç
extend debt maturity
(Ticaret) borcun vadesini uzatmak
government debt
(Ticaret) iç borç
government debt
(Ticaret) hükümet borcu
in debt
borçlu olmak
incur a debt
(Ticaret) borçlanmak
incur a debt
(Ticaret) borca girmek
junior debt
(Ticaret) teminatsız borç
junior debt
(Ticaret) teminatsız borçlar
long term debt
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli borç
national debt
(Ticaret) devlet borçları
out of debt
borçsuz
outstanding external debt
(Kanun,Ticaret) dış borç stoku
pledge of debt
(Kanun) alacak üzerinde rehin
present debt
(Kanun) mevcut borç
prior debt
(Ticaret) anapara ve faizi içeren borç
run into debt
borca batmak
sink into debt
borç batağına sürüklemek
small debt
takıntı
to be in debt
borçlu olmak
bad debt
şüpheli alacak
bad debt
tahsil edilemeyen alacak
balance of a debt
borç bakiyesi
be in sb's debt
bir kimseye borçlu olmak
be up to the eyes in debt
uçan kuşa borçlu olmak
bond debt
tahvil borcu
bonded debt
rehinli tahvil
carry forward to debt
borca kaydetmek
certificate of debt
borç senedi
consolidated debt
konsolide borç
contract a debt
borca girmek
debtless
borçsuz
external debt
dış borç
floating debt
dalgalı borç
foreign debt
dış borç
foreign debt burden
dış borç yükü
foreign debt payments
dış borç ödemeleri
funded debt
konsolide borç
get out of debt
borçtan kurtulmak
go in debt
boçlanmak
growing debt
artan borç
internal debt
iç borç
irrecoverable debt
tahsil edilemeyen borç
joint debt
müteselsil borç
joint debt
müşterek borç
judgement debt
ilamlı borç
national debt
devlet borcu
outstanding debt
ödenmemiş borç
productive debt
üretken borç
public debt
kamu borçları
public debt
kamu borcu
public debt
devlet borcu
remainder of a debt
borç bakiyesi
run into debt
borca girmek
run into debt
borçlanmak
unfunded debt
kısa vadeli devlet borcu
unified debt
konsolide borç
unsecured debt
teminatsız borç
be in heavy debt
ağır borç içinde olmak
be in heavy debt
çok borcu olmak
execution for debt
icra takibi
external debt ratios
dış borç oranları
saddled with debt
(deyim) Borç yükü altında
debts
düyun
İngilizce - İngilizce
The state or condition of owing something to another

I am in your debt.

Money that one person or entity owes or is required to pay to another, generally as a result of a loan or other financial transaction

Bolsheviki had repudiated the four-billion-dollar debt which the government of the Tsar had contracted with the bankers.

An action, state of mind, or object one has an obligation to perform for another, adopt toward another, or give to another

This long debt of confidence, due from me to him, whose bane and ruin I have been, shall at length be paid.

{n} what is another's just due, a fort of writ
Debt is the term used for any liability or obligation owed to another person or persons
an obligation to pay or do something
Money owed to a lender
A sum of money owed from one person or institution to another person or institution
an obligation owed to another
{i} obligation, something owed (as in money)
an amount owed to another decreasing term assurance life assurance where the amount of cover reduces each year Usually used alongside a repayment mortgage to cover the reducing amount outstanding under the mortgage deed the legal document detailing title to a property delinquency not a moody teenager but rather the failure to make mortgage payments deposit the amount of the purchase price of the property paid by the buyer in cash
an obligation to pay or do something money or goods or services owed by one person to another the state of owing something (especially money); "he is badly in debt
An amount owed to another See installment loan and revolving liability
A debt is a sum of money that you owe someone. Three years later, he is still paying off his debts reducing the country's $18 billion foreign debt. see also bad debt
Financial obligations in the form of bonds, loan notes, or mortgages, which indicate that the borrower promises to repay the lender all the amount originally invested and interest by a specified date
Money borrowed from lenders for a variety of corporate or personal purposes The borrower pays interest for the use of the money and is obligated to repay the principal amount on a set date
money or goods or services owed by one person to another
Securities such as bonds, notes, mortgages and other forms of paper that indicate the intent to repay an amount owed A cash payment of interest and/or principal is made at a later date in time This is in contrast to an equity investment where there is an exchange of shares of common stock, or ownership of the company
An amount owed to another Also referred to as liability
Money owing from one person to another
Debt is the state of owing money. Stress is a main reason for debt. If you are in debt or get into debt, you owe money. If you are out of debt or get out of debt, you succeed in paying all the money that you owe. He was already deeply in debt through gambling losses How can I accumulate enough cash to get out of debt?
An amount owed from one to another
Money owed to a creditor
The total accumulated amount if money the federal government has borrowed to make up shortfalls in revenue (currently in the trillions of dollars) There are three basic measures of the federal debt
a sum owed to one person by another
An amount owed to another
Any amount one person owes to another
An action at law to recover a certain specified sum of money alleged to be due
Amount owed to another
the state of owing something (especially money); "he is badly in debt"
money people owed to someone
Money owed to repay someone
An amount owed for funds borrowed The debt may be owed to an organization's own reserves, individuals, banks, or other institutions Generally, the debt is secured by a note, bond, mortgage, or other instrument that states repayment and interest provisions The note, in turn, may be secured by a lien against property or other assets
Securities such as bonds, notes, mortgages and other forms of paper that indicate the intent to repay an amount owed A company that takes on too much debt can wind up in dire financial straits See "Long-Term Debt " BACK TO TOP
That which is due from one person to another, whether money, goods, or services; that which one person is bound to pay to another, or to perform for his benefit; thing owed; obligation; liability
Total debt issued by the federal government is referred to as federal debt or gross debt Federal debt has two components: debt held by the public (federal debt held by nonfederal investors, including the Federal Reserve System) and debt held by government accounts (federal debt held by federal government trust funds, deposit insurance funds, and other federal accounts) Debt subject to limit is federal debt that is subject to a statutory limit on its issuance The current limit applies to almost all gross debt, except a small portion of the debt issued by the Department of the Treasury and the small amount of debt issued by other federal agencies (primarily the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Postal Service) [Back to top]
Any amount of money, goods, or services one person owes to another
A duty neglected or violated; a fault; a sin; a trespass
feelings You use debt in expressions such as I owe you a debt or I am in your debt when you are expressing gratitude for something that someone has done for you. He was so good to me that I can never repay the debt I owe him. Something owed. Anyone having borrowed money or goods from another owes a debt and is under obligation to return the goods or repay the money, usually with interest. For governments, the need to borrow in order to finance a deficit budget has led to the development of various forms of national debt. See also bankruptcy; debtor and creditor; usury
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debt bondage
A condition similar to slavery where human beings are unable to control their lives or their work due to unpaid debts
debt bondages
plural form of debt bondage
debt burden
The debt of a country, when large enough that servicing it has become difficult
debt instrument
A document evidencing a debt; the debt so evidenced
debt-burden
Attributive form of debt burden, noun
debt-laden
having a burden of debt
debt ceiling
The debt ceiling is simply a cap on how much money a government can owe
debt financing
(Ekonomi) Financing in which you get a loan from someone or somewhere and go into debt! You are obligated to repay the money at some predetermined interest rate
debt overhang
A fiscal situation of a government
debt arrangement
organizing of debts
debt burden
A debt burden is a large amount of money that one country or organization owes to another and which they find very difficult to repay. the massive debt burden of the Third World
debt capacity
extent of loans one can take at a reasonable interest rate
debt capital
foreign capital, funds that a business borrows from foreign sources
debt collection
collecting of a debt, collecting of money owed
debt collector
one whose profession involves collecting debts
debt collector
someone whose job is to get back the money that people owe
debt deferral
postponement of a debt
debt financing
funding for a business or foundation which is provided by outside sources
debt forgiveness
nullification of a debt
debt instrument
An asset requiring fixed dollar payments, such as a government or corporate bond
debt instrument
Future payment or series of payments, or a debt that one party owes to another party Also known as income streams or cash flow instruments
debt instrument
document attesting to a debt
debt instrument
A written agreement denoting that the issuer promises to reimburse a debt Examples are Treasury Bills, Notes and Bonds, Banker's Acceptances, Commercial Paper and Certificate of Deposits
debt instrument
1 A written agreement to repay a loan such as a bond or CD 2 A borrowed tuba
debt instrument
Unlike equity vehicles, where the investor owns part or all of the asset, debt instruments are "IOUs" of an individual, partnership, company, municipality, or national government (e g , trust deeds, notes, bank CDs, bonds) When you invest in or buy a debt instrument, you are lending your money In return, the borrower (e g , bank, corporation, government) agrees to pay you interest plus your principal at some future date
debt instrument
a written promise to repay a debt
debt limit
the maximum borrowing power of a governmental entity
debt limitation
limitation of legal responsibility for a debt
debt of honor
gambling debt
debt payoff
repaying of money borrowed
debt ratio
Ratio of your total monthly payments divided by your gross monthly income
debt ratio
Total debt divided by total assets
debt ratio
A borrower’s monthly payment obligations divided by gross monthly income
debt ratio
The relationship between a borrower's long-term debt payments and monthly income
debt ratio
Monthly debt and housing payments divided by gross monthly income Also known as Obligations-to-Income Ratio or Back-End Ratio
debt ratio
the ratio between gross monthly income and monthly long-term debt; used to determine financial qualification of a buyer
debt ratio
Lenders use a debt ratio (also called debt-income ratio) to approve loan applicants Debt ratio equals combined monthly debt payments divided by gross monthly income For example, combined monthly debt payments of $2,000 divided by gross monthly income of $4,000 equals a debt ratio of 50%
debt ratio
Debt capital divided by total capital
debt ratio
– The total amount of your monthly debt payments divided by your monthly pre-tax income This is used to determine if your income is sufficient to pay for all of your debt and still have money left for your other expenses
debt ratio
amount of financial leverage a business gains through a loan in contrast to the worth of its real assets in the evaluation of financial stability (Accounting)
debt ratio
One of several financial calculations performed by your lender to determine if you can afford a particular monthly payment The debt ratio (also known as the obligations ratio) is the sum of all of your monthly debt payments including your total monthly mortgage payment divided by your total monthly income Typically acceptable debt ratios for Conventional Loans are 36-38%, FHA Loans are 41-43%, and VA Loans are 41%
debt ratio
Debt ratio is a measure of the amount of debt outstanding in relation to the amount of capital contributed by shareholders Debt ratio is computed by dividing total liabilities by total assets
debt ratio
The debt ratio indicates how large a proportion of a company's capital is financed by loan capital It gives the company a measure of the company's dependence on the capital market and consequently, the degree of flexibility it will have in connection with future borrowing Also called gearing ratio
debt ratio
The relationship between a person's long term debt payments and their monthly income
debt ratio
Total liabilities divided by total assets Indicates the percentage of total assets financed with creditors' capital (See Refer to page 436)
debt ratio
A financial calculation that is performed to determine if a borrower can afford the obligation of a mortgage payment and existing debt combined This is calculated by the sum of all debt, including mortgage payment divided by total monthly gross income Acceptable debt ratios on a Conventional Loan would be 36-38%, B-D Loan up to 50%, FHA Loan 41-43% and VA Loan 41%
debt ratio
Measures the proportion of total assets financed by the firm's creditors (Chapter 2)
debt ratio
Also known as Debt-to-Income ratio A comparison of the total monthly payments of all of the borrower's debts (including the mortgage) with the gross monthly income of the borrower, used to assess borrower's ability to pay mortgage
debt ratio
>> The percentage of the customers' gross monthly income allocated to pay the monthly installments on their debt owing
debt ratio
A calculation lenders use to determine if a borrower qualifies for a loan The lender divides the borrower's monthly total debts (credit card payments, student loan payments, car payments, etc) and new house payment by the borrower's gross monthly income
debt ratio
Percentage of borrowers monthly income
debt ratio
the ratio of a company's total liabilities to its total assets; used to describe the risk associated with the company's debts (p 107)
debt ratio
A percentage relationship between a borrower(s)’ gross monthly income and total monthly outstanding obligations It is derived by adding the borrower(s)’ monthly housing payment plus continuing monthly debt payments and dividing by gross allowable monthly income
debt ratio
A borrower's monthly payment obligations divided by gross monthly income
debt relief
an arrangement in which very poor countries do not have to pay back all the money that has been lent to them by richer countries
debt relief
Debt relief may take the form of either refinancing, re-organisation, rescheduling or cancellation of all repayments A loan is refinanced when the creditor country makes a new loan to enable the debtor country to meet the debt service payments on an earlier loan A loan is rescheduled when the amortisation or interest payments or both on the outstanding portion are rearranged to make payment easier See also Paris Club and Retrospective Terms Adjustment
debt relief
Reducing the principal and/or interest payments on LDC loans
debt rescheduling
changing the dates on which debt payments are due
debt security
One of two types of securities, the other being equity securities Debt securities are the legal obligation owed by an issuer to an investor when an issuer borrows money from the investor The debt security outlines the terms of this obligation including: the amount the issuer borrowed, the interest rate and frequency of interest payments to be made to the investor, and the time at which the security will mature or may be called If a company goes bankrupt, debt security holders generally may make claims against the company's assets before equity STET holders
debt security
Securities, such as Treasury Bills and Commercial Paper, that represent money borrowed by the issuer This money must be repaid by the maturity date at a specified interest rate unless it was an original issue discount purchase
debt security
- Security representing money borrowed that must be repaid and having a fixed amount, a specific maturity or maturities, and usually a specific rate of interest or an original purchase discount Examples are bond or a note
debt security
Document which is evidence of an obligation or LIABILITY
debt security
A certificate of indebtedness issued by corporations or governments when they borrow money
debt security
A general term embracing all legal documents that represent a debt between two parties in a form that can be transferred from one holder to another See also bond and money market
debt security
Type of security acquired by loaning assets to the investee company (See p 381)
debt security
A security representing borrowed funds that must be repaid Also bond, liability
debt security
Evidence of debt, such as a bond, issued by a corporation, municipality or government
debt security
A security in which the issuing company generally agrees to repay the principal (typically, the original amount borrowed) and make interest payments according to an agreed schedule
debt security
Tradable evidence of borrowing that must be repaid, stating the amount, a specific rate of interest (or discount from the maturity price)
debt service
The sum of required principal and interest payments for a given period
debt service
The amount of money needed to meet the periodic payments of a loan, including principal and interest
debt service
Expenditures for principal, interest, discounts, and premiums related to payment of state debt
debt service
Expenditures made for principal and interest payments on long-term and short-term debt during the fiscal year
debt service
{i} (Finance) money paid on loans; interest and principal paid on a debt over a given period of time
debt service
– The total payments of principal and interest required in a given time period
debt service
Payment of scheduled interest obligations on outstanding debt [Back to top]
debt service
The amount needed for payment of principal and interest on an amortized loan
debt service
Expenditures for the retirement of principal and interest on long-term debt
debt service
The amount of money needed to meet the periodic payments of principal and interest when a debt is amortized
debt service
The repayment of interest and principal of an debt
debt service
Cash payments covering interest charges and principal due on outstanding loans Your debt service is the amount of money you have to pay each period (month/year) to make your loan payments
debt service
Payments of principal and interest due lenders
debt service
Interest payment plus repayments of principal to creditors, that is, retirement of debt
debt service
A series of payments comprised of principal and interest that are calculated to extinguish a debt over a specified period of time For level debt service these payments would be equal Specifically, the periodic payment of principal and interest earned on mortgage loans
debt service
a payment made by a borrower to a lender May include one or all of: (1) payment of interest, (2) repayment of principal loan (3) loan commitment fee
debt service
the sum of loan repayments, interest payments, commitment fees and other charges on foreign and domestic borrowings
debt service
The principal and interest charges payable on outstanding debt, the principal of maturing serial bonds and the required contributions to a sinking fund for term bonds
debt service
The amount of money paid to a lender for a loan, usually including both interest and repayment of the loan itself Default Not honoring a legal commitment is known as a default One common type of default is not paying back a loan Depreciation The amount of "wear and tear" on a piece of equipment or a building Usually, this amount is spread out equally over a fixed time span Buildings usually depreciate equally over 27 5 years; furnaces over 15 years; carpeting over 7; that is, each year the building is worth 1/27 5 less; the furnace 1/15 less and the carpeting 1/7 less The IRS lets you deduct these amounts each year from the co-op's earned income (Note: Land does not depreciate ) Development Budget A projection of how much it will cost to start up a cooperative Dissolution When a company decides or is forced to go out of business Dividend An amount paid to shareholders in a corporation out of the corporation's profit or surplus Back to Top
debt service
The amount of principal and interest payments made under a mortgage
debt service
Total payments due on loans (repayments plus interest)
debt service
The total amount of the load payment, including principal and interest
debt service
The amount of principal and interest your company is scheduled to pay in order to repay a debt financing
debt service
Expenditures for retirement of long-term debt, including principal and interest
debt service
– The combined principal and interest due on your loan each month
debt service
The total amount of credit card, auto, mortgage or other debt upon which you must pay Deed The written document conveying real property Once recorded at the Courthouse, the original piece of paper is not needed to convey title in the future Deed of Trust A voluntary lien to secure a debt deeding the property to Trustees who foreclose, sell the property at public auction, in the event of default on the Note the Deed of Trust secures In many states, this document is used in place of a mortgage to secure the payment of a note Default: Failure to make mortgage payments on a timely basis or to comply with other conditions of a mortgage instrument
debt settlement
repaying of money borrowed, resolving a debt
debt settlement agreement
agreement made regarding payment of debts
debt strapped
bound by debt, deep in debt
debt to worth ratio
financial leverage of a business' loans in relation to its equity serving as a measure of financial stability (Accounting)
debt turnover ratio
obligations of business in relation to its sales serving as a measure of financial stability (Accounting)
debt write-off
nullification of a debt
debt-equity ratio
financial leverage of a business' long term loans in relation to its equity serving as a measure of long term financial stability (Accounting)
debt-ridden
Debt-ridden countries, companies, or people owe extremely large amounts of money. the debt-ridden economies of Latin America. debt-ridden countries or organizations owe so much money they cannot pay the money back
deep in debt
in extreme financial debt, greatly indebted, owing a lot of money
deferral of debt repayment
postponing repayment of money that is owed
acquisition debt
Any debt (such as a mortgage) used to buy, build, or substantially improve a primary or secondary residence
bad debt
A debt which cannot be recovered from the debtor, either because the debtor doesn't have the money to pay or because the debtor cannot be found and/or forced to pay
bonded debt
: That part of the entire indebtedness of a corporation or state that is represented by bonds it has issued; a debt contracted under the obligation of a bond
carbon debt
the overuse, by an individual or state, of the carbon dioxide absorption capacity of the world's oceans, vegetation and soil
collateralized debt obligation
a type of asset-backed security and structured credit product constructed from a portfolio of fixed-income assets
collateralized debt obligations
plural form of collateralized debt obligation
debtless
Without debt

a debtless economy.

debtless
Not in debt; not owing any money
domestic debt
debt owed to creditors resident in the same country as the debtor
domestic-debt
Attributive form of domestic debt, noun
foreign debt
The amount of money that a country has to pay to another country
foreign-debt
Attributive form of foreign debt, noun
national debt
Any money owed by the government of a nation
nonfinancial debt
The debt held by governments, households, and companies not in the financial sector
oxygen debt
the amount of extra oxygen required to oxidize lactic acid in the muscles built up during vigorous exercise
pay one's debt to society
To serve time in prison or a similar correctional facility
sleep debt
The cumulative effect of not getting enough sleep
sleep-debt
Attributive form of sleep debt

sleep-debt ramifications.

toxic debt
Debt acquired through normal financial transactions which later proves to have little or no actual value
saddled with debt
(deyim) Burdened with debt

Our sister company is saddled with a great amount of debt and should be sold as soon as possible.

debtless
Free from debt
debts
plural of debt
debt

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    det

    Zıt anlamlılar

    asset, cash, credit, excess, profit

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    /ˈdet/ /ˈdɛt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'det ] (noun.) 13th century. From Old French dete (French: dette) Medieval Latin dēbita Latin dēbitum (“what is owed, a debt, a duty”), neuter of dēbitus, perfect passive participle of dēbeō (“I owe”), contraction of *dehibeō (“literally I have from”) de (“from”) + habeō (“I have”). The unpronounced "b" in the modern English spelling, is a Latinisation from the Latin etymon dēbitum.

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