depreciate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
değeri düş
(pul/vb.) değer kaybetmek
hor görmek
küçümsemek
{f} fiyatını kırmak, değerini düşürmek
{f} değerini düşürmek
{f} ucuzlatmak
{f} küçük düşürmek
{f} değeri düşmek
amortisman
depreciation
{i} küçültme
depreciation
{i} amortisman
depreciation
{i} değeri düşme
depreciation
(Gıda) yıpranma
depreciation
(Ticaret) değer kaybetme

Yenin değer kaybetmesi enflasyona neden olur mu? - Does depreciation of the yen give rise to inflation?

depreciation
sönüm
depreciation
(Ticaret) amortisman giderleri
depreciation
(Mekanik,Teknik,Ticaret) aşınma
depreciation
(Ticaret) amortismanlar
depreciation
(Mekanik) kıymetten düşme
depreciation
(Ticaret) değersizleşme
depreciable
amortismana tabi
depreciable
aşınabilir
depreciated
değer yitirmiş
depreciation
aşınma payı
depreciation
değer azalması
depreciation
yıpranma payı
depreciatory
küçük düşürücü
depreciatory
değerden düşürücü
depreciation
AMORTİSMAN: Malzeme ve teçhizatta; kullanma, doğal etkiler, nitelikte kifayetsizlik, demode olma neticesi, mevcudiyetine zarar gelmeden, meydana gelen değer azalması
to depreciate in value
değer kaybettirmek
depreciation
değerdüşürümü
depreciation
değerini düşürme
depreciation
(Askeri) AMORTİSMAN: Malzeme ve teçhizatta; kullanma, doğal etkiler, nitelikte kifayetsizlik, demode olma neticesi, mevcudiyetine zarar gelmeden, meydana gelen değer azalması
depreciation
değer kaybı/küçümseme
depreciatory
{s} küçültücü
depreciatory
küçümser
depreciatory
{s} küçümseyici
depreciatory
{s} değer düşürücü
to depreciate
amortize etmek
to depreciate
değer kaybetmek
to depreciate
kıymetten düşmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To belittle
To reduce in value over time
to lessen the worth of
{v} to lssen, cry down, undervalue
the currency is said to depreciate when exchange rates change so that a unit of its currency can buy fewer units of foreign currency
to decrease, as when a currency's price falls in comparison to the price of another currency
If something such as a currency depreciates or if something depreciates it, it loses some of its original value. Inflation is rising rapidly; the yuan is depreciating The demand for foreign currency depreciates the real value of local currencies During those five years, the pound depreciated by a quarter + depreciation depreciations de·pre·cia·tion miscellaneous costs, including machinery depreciation and wages
To allocate the purchase cost of an asset over its life
Decrease in value
lose in value; "The dollar depreciated again" lower the value of something; "The Fed depreciated the dollar once again
to lose value, or decline in price
belittle; "The teacher should not deprecate his student's efforts"
In the context of foreign exchange rates, a drop in the spot foreign exchange value of a floating currency; i e , a currency the value of which is determined by open market transactions See Devaluation In the context of accounting, a periodic charge (expense) that represents the allocation of the cost of a fixed asset to various time periods
lower the value of something; "The Fed depreciated the dollar once again"
To lessen in price or estimated value; to lower the worth of; to represent as of little value or claim to esteem; to undervalue
fall in value or price, as in: A new car will start to depreciate as soon as you drive it off the lot
di-'prE-shE-"At; verb 1) to lower in estimation or esteem 2) to lower the price or estimated value of more
To depreciate an asset is to spread its cost over the time you use it You charge depreciation expense for the asset each period The total depreciation taken for an asset is stored in the accumulated depreciation account
To fall in value; to become of less worth; to sink in estimation; as, a paper currency will depreciate, unless it is convertible into specie
{f} reduce the value or cost (of an item or a currency); be reduced in value or cost; disparage
lose in value; "The dollar depreciated again"
lower the value of something; "The Fed depreciated the dollar once again
depreciating
Present participle of depreciate
depreciating
That is declining in value
depreciating
That degrades the value of something; deprecating

Gregson and Lestrade seemed to be far from satisfied by this assurance, or by the depreciating allusion to the detective police.

depreciation
The falling of value; reduction of worth
depreciation
the state of being depreciated
depreciation
a lowering in value or an underrating in worth
depreciation
{n} a falling in value
depreciation
Depreciation is a term used in accounting, economics and finance with reference to the fact that assets with finite lives lose value over time. (There is also a separate use in international finance to refer to a reduction in the exchange rate of a currency - see Depreciation (currency)). In accounting, depreciation is a term used to describe any method of attributing the historical or purchase cost of an asset across its useful life, roughly corresponding to normal wear and tear. It is of most use when dealing with assets of a short, fixed service life, and which lose value over that life
Depreciation
devaluation
To depreciate
disprize
depreciable
{s} able to be lowered in value (of an item or a currency)
depreciated
reduced in value over time
depreciates
third-person singular of depreciate
depreciating
tending to decrease or cause a decrease in value; "a depreciating currency"; "depreciatory effects on prices
depreciatingly
in depreciating manner, disparagingly
depreciation
a decrease in price or value; "depreciation of the dollar against the yen"
depreciation
A loss of value in real property brought about by age, physical deterioration, functional or economic obsolescence The opposite of appreciation, which is an increase in the value of a home due to market conditions
depreciation
The decline in value of a limited-life tangible asset, such as a building, machine, vehicle, equipment, furniture, etc , due to age, and to the normal wear and tear of use In general, depreciation assigns to a fiscal period a portion of the original cost of the capital cost asset
depreciation
{i} devaluation, reduction in value (of an item or a currency)
depreciation
a decrease in price or value; "depreciation of the dollar against the yen" decrease in value of an asset due to obsolescence or use
depreciation
a reduction in the value or price of something. Accounting charge for the decline in value of an asset spread over its economic life. Depreciation includes deterioration from use, age, and exposure to the elements, as well as decline in value caused by obsolescence, loss of usefulness, and the availability of newer and more efficient means of serving the same purpose. It does not include sudden losses caused by fire, accident, or disaster. Depreciation is often used in assessing the value of property (e.g., buildings, machinery) or other assets of limited life (e.g., a leasehold or copyright) for tax purposes. See also depletion allowance; investment credit
depreciation
Decline in the value of a house due to wear and tear, obsolescence, adverse changes in the neighborhood, or any other reason
depreciation
Decrease in the value of equipment from wear and tear and the passage of time Depreciation on business equipment is generally deductible for tax purposes
depreciation
"the reduction in the value of an asset through wear and tear" (Dictionary of Economics); a budgetary allowance for the replacement of assets at the end of their working life
depreciation
A decrease in the value of any type of tangible property over a period of time resulting from use, wear and tear, or obsolescence (G)
depreciation
A decrease in the value of a currency in relation to the value of another [TOP]
depreciation
a communication that belittles somebody or something
depreciation
A tax deduction representing a reasonable allowance for exhaustion, wear and tear, and obsolescence, that is taken by the owner of the equipment and by which the cost of the equipment is allocated over time Depreciation decreases the company's balance sheet assets and is also recorded as an operating expense for each period Various methods of depreciation are used which alter the number of periods over which the cost is allocated and the amount expensed each period
depreciation
A decline in the value of a property; the opposite of appreciation
depreciation
A noncash charge that represents a reduction in the value of assets due to wear, age, or obsolescence Hard assets such as factories and machinery depreciate in value over time and must eventually be replaced Accountants write-off these depreciation costs over the estimated useful life of the asset Because of the reductive effects of depreciation on earnings, some financial analysts prefer to look at cash flow, which backs out depreciation costs from net income BACK TO TOP
depreciation
Spreading out the cost of a capital asset over its estimated useful life or a decrease in the usefulness, and therefore value, of real property improvements or other assets caused by deterioration or obsolescence
depreciation
a decrease in the original value of an item because of wear and tear, obsolescence, and deterioration
depreciation
a decrease in the value of a home
depreciation
Decrease in the value of property over a period of time due to use, wear, tear, and obsolescence
depreciation
In real estate and mortgage terms, the decline in the property value
depreciation
The loss in value of an asset due to its use and/or the passage of time The annual depreciation charge in accounts represents the amount of capital assets used up in the accounting period It is charged in the cost accounts to ensure that the cost of capital equipment is reflected in the unit costs of the services provided using the equipment There are various methods of calculating depreciation for the period, but the Treasury usually recommends the use of current cost asset valuation as the basis for the depreciation charge
depreciation
A decline in the value of a house due to changing market conditions, decline of a neighborhood or lack of upkeep on a home
depreciation
The allocation of the cost of an asset over a period of time for accounting and tax purposes A decline in the value of a property due to general wear and tear or obsolescence; opposite of appreciation
depreciation
(Ticaret) A charge against earnings that does not involve a cash payment for the writeoff of the cost of an asset less salvage value over its estimated useful life. A variety of depreciation methods have been developed to specify the rate and amount of the writeoff for each fiscal period
depreciation
The act of lessening, or seeking to lessen, price, value, or reputation
depreciation
decrease in value of an asset due to obsolescence or use
depreciation
A decline in the value of a property; the opposite of "appreciation"
depreciation
Depreciation is the decline in an object's value due to age, wear and tear, or obsolescence Back to Top
depreciation
A decrease in the value of any type of tangible property over a period of time resulting from use, wear and tear, or obsolescence
depreciation
An allowance for a decline in the value of a property due to general wear and tear or obsolescence Listed on the consolidated balance sheets
depreciation
(1) Decrease in value to real property improve-ments caused by deterioration or obsolescence (2) A loss in value as an accounting procedure to use as a deduction for income tax purposes
depreciation
A decline in the value of property; the opposite of "appreciation "
depreciation
A decline in the value of property; the opposite of appreciation
depreciatory
{s} of or pertaining to depreciation (reduction in the value of an item or a currency); critical, disparaging, belittling
depreciatory
Tending to depreciate; undervaluing; depreciative
depreciate