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İngilizce - Türkçe
türev

İntegral ve türev, kalkülüs'te iki ana işlemdir. - The two main operations in calculus are the integral and the derivative.

Borsada kumar oynarsan bir yatırımcısındır... Türev piyasada kumar oynarsan bir tüccar ... Kumarhanede kumar oynarsan bir kaybedensindir ... Ahlak ? - If you gamble on the stock market, you are an investor... If you gamble on the derivatives market, you are a trader... If you gamble at the casino, you are a loser... Morality?

(Denizbilim) çıkak
(Dilbilim) türemiş sözcük
türemiş
(Finans) yan ürün
(Finans) ara ürün
{i} türetilmiş şey
müştak
{i} türetme
iştikak etmiş
{s} ikincil
{s} türetilmiş

Bu, telif hakkı ile korunan bir materyalin çevirisiydi, bu yüzden telif hakkı sahiplerinin türetilmiş çalışmaları kontrol etme hakkı olduğu için onu iptal ettim. - This was a translation of copyrighted material, so I deleted it since copyright owners have the right to control derivative works.

(Ticaret) vadeli işlem
Derivative Product
(Bilim, İlim) Devlet borcunun etkin bir şekilde idare edilebilmesi ve risk yönetimi amacıyla yurt içi veya uluslararası sermaye piyasalarında kullanılan her türlü finansal araç, türev ürün
derivative products
(Ticaret) türev ürünler
derivative action
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) türevsel eylem
derivative action coefficient
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) türevsel eylem katsayısı
derivative free
türevsiz
derivative securities
yardımcı teminat
derivative instrument
türev enstrüman
derivative suit
türev takım elbise
derivative work
(Kanun) Özgün bir üründen türetilmiş ürün
derivative action coefficient
turevsel eylem katsayisi
derivative action time constant
turevsel eylem zaman degismezi
derivative control action
(Gıda,Teknik) türevsel denetim eylemi
derivative possession
(Kanun) fen zilyedlik
derivative possession
(Kanun) fert zilyedlik
derivative purchase
(Ticaret) türev alım
derivative sale
(Ticaret) türev satım
derivative visa
(Kanun) aile birleşimi vizesi
allyl derivative
alil türevi
cellulose derivative
selüloz türevi
contravariant derivative
kontravaryant türev
covariant derivative
kovaryant türev
first derivative
birinci türev
left hand derivative
soldan türev
logarithmic derivative
logaritmik türev
; a derivative of denis or dennis
Bir denis veya dennis türevini
cross-derivative
çapraz türev
derivatives
(Finans) türev ürünler
derivatives
(Finans) sermaye piyasası türev araçları
over-the-counter derivative
borsa dışında doğrudan iki kurum arasında alım satımı yapılan türev ürünler
second derivative
ikinci türev
secondary derivative
yeniden türetilmiş sözcük
time derivative
Zamana göre türev
derivatively
türemiş şekilde
derivatively
ikincil bir şekilde
directional derivative
yonlu turev
partial derivative
(Matematik) parçal türev
partial derivative
(Matematik) tikel türev
silicone derivative
(Tıp) silikon türevi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Referring to a work, such as a translation or adaptation, based on another work that may be subject to copyright restrictions
Lacking originality
A word that derives from another one
A chemical derived from another
The value of this function for a given value of its independent variable

The derivative of f(x) = x^2 at x = 3 is f'(3) = 2 * 3 = 6.

The derived function of a function

The derivative of f:f(x) = x^2 is f':f'(x) = 2x.

Something derived
Having a value that depends on an underlying asset of variable value
Imitative of the work of someone else
A financial instrument whose value depends on the valuation of an underlying asset; such as a warrant, an option etc
coming or acquired from some origin
A financial contract whose value is designed to track the return on stocks, bonds, currencies, or some other benchmark Generally, derivatives fall into two broad categories: forward-type contracts and option-type contracts They may be traded on exchanges or traded privately See also Contractual Derivatives , Security-Based Derivatives , and Synthetic Derivatives
{n} a word derived from another
{a} derived or deduced from another
A financial security whose value is based on, or "derived" from, a traditional security, asset, or market index
A financial instrument which derives its value from an underlying security or notional amount
resulting from or employing derivation; "a derivative process"; "a highly derivative prose style"
A financial security, such as options and futures, whose value is derived partly from the value of another, underlying security
A financial instrument, traded on or off an exchange, the price of which is directly dependent upon (that is, "derived from") the value of one or more underlying securities, equity indices, debt instruments, commodities, other derivative instruments, or any agreed upon pricing index or arrangement (for example, the movement over time of the Consumer Price Index or freight rates) Derivatives involve the trading of rights or obligations based on the underlying product, but do not directly transfer property They are used to hedge risk or to exchange a floating rate of return for fixed rate of return In short, derivatives are bets that banks can legally make The leverage is so great that interest rates moving in the wrong direction (against the bet) by even a ¼ point can wipe out a bank's total capital
{i} conjugate (Grammar); by-product, offshoot
A generic term often applied to a wide variety of financial instruments that derive their cash flows, and therefore their value, by reference to an underlying asset, reference rate, or index
disapproval If you say that something is derivative, you are criticizing it because it is not new or original but has been developed from something else. their dull, derivative debut album. not new or invented, but copied or taken from something else - used to show disapproval. In mathematics, a fundamental concept of differential calculus representing the instantaneous rate of change of a function. The first derivative of a function is a function whose values can be interpreted as slopes of tangent lines to the graph of the original function at a given point. The derivative of a derivative (known as the second derivative) describes the rate of change of the rate of change, and can be thought of physically as acceleration. The process of finding a derivative is called differentiation
A derived function; a function obtained from a given function by a certain algebraic process
A word formed from another word, by a prefix or suffix, an internal modification, or some other change; a word which takes its origin from a root
A derivative is a security whose value is "derived" from the performance or movement of another financial security, index or other investment For example, derivatives may be futures, options or mortgage-backed securities Derivatives may be used to short sell a security or to hedge against downside risk BACK TO TOP
a financial instrument whose value is based on another security
the result of mathematical differentiation; the instantaneous change of one quantity relative to another; df(x)/dx
A financial instrument that has a value determined by the price of something else
That which is derived; anything obtained or deduced from another
A financial contract whose value depends upon the value of an underlying instrument or asset (typically a commodity, bond, equity or currency, or a combination of these) Three classes of financial products fall under the heading of derivatives: derivative securities; exchange-traded derivatives; and over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives
means a financial instrument whose value is based on another security
A substance so related to another substance by modification or partial substitution as to be regarded as derived from it; thus, the amido compounds are derivatives of ammonia, and the hydrocarbons are derivatives of methane, benzene, etc
A security whose value is dependent on, or derived from, the value of some underlying asset
A chord, not fundamental, but obtained from another by inversion; or, vice versa, a ground tone or root implied in its harmonics in an actual chord
A financial instrument whose value is derived from, or based on, the value of another asset, instrument, or commodity Futures contracts, forward contracts and options are among the most common types of derivatives For example, corn futures are actually a derivative; their value is based on the value of cash corn in Chicago "Swaps" are also derivatives
A financial instrument, traded on or off an exchange, the price of which is directly dependent upon (i e "derived from") the value of one or more underlying securities, equity indices, debt instruments, commodities, other derivative instruments, or any agreed upon pricing index or arrangement (e g , the movement over time of the Consumer Price Index or freight rates) Derivatives involve the trading of rights or obligations based on the underlying product, but do not directly transfer property They are used to hedge risk or to exchange a floating rate of return for a fixed rate of return
An agent which is adapted to produce a derivation (in the medical sense)
{s} obtained from another source, derived, borrowed
A derivative is something which has been developed or obtained from something else. a poppy-seed derivative similar to heroin
Security whose value is derived, at least in part, from another security, which is referred to as the underlying security Options are a type of derivatives
financial instrument whose value derives from an underlying asset
(linguistics) a word that is derived from another word; "`electricity' is a derivative of `electric'"
A financial instrument that is based on some underlying asset For example, an option is a derivative instrument based on the right to buy or sell an underlying instrument
A financial instrument, traded on or off an exchange, the price of which is directly dependent upon the value of one or more of the underlying securities, commodities, other derivative instruments, or any agreed-upon pricing index or arrangement
A call or put option, future, or synthetic asset; such a contract is "derived" from a basic underlying security
A financial instrument, traded on or off the exchange, the price of which is directly dependent upon the value of one or more underlying securities, equity indices, debt instruments, or any agreed upon pricing index or arrangement
resulting from or employing derivation; "a derivative process"; "a highly derivative prose style
A financial instrument that derives its value from the performance of another asset, index or investment There are various types of derivatives, such as swaps, options, futures and forward contracts For more information, visit the Ontario Securities Commission Web site
A security whose value depends on an underlying asset, reference rate, or an index Trading a derivative instead of an underlying security can be used to increase possible return, or hedge risk
Investment that derives its value from another underlying security or index
A financial instrument, traded on or off an exchange, the price of which is directly dependent upon (i e , "derived from") the value of one or more underlying securities, equity indices, debt instruments, commodities, other derivative instruments, or any agreed upon pricing index or arrangement (e g , the movement over time of the Consumer Price Index or freight rates) Derivatives involve the trading of rights or obligations based on the underlying product, but do not directly transfer property They are used to hedge risk or to exchange a floating rate of return for fixed rate of return
Obtained by derivation; derived; not radical, original, or fundamental; originating, deduced, or formed from something else; secondary; as, a derivative conveyance; a derivative word
(linguistics) a word that is derived from another word; "`electricity' is a derivative of `electric'" resulting from or employing derivation; "a derivative process"; "a highly derivative prose style
A security, like an option or future, whose value is derived from another underlying security
derivative instrument
A security whose value is derived from one or more other, more fundamental, assets
derivative work
In copyright law, a work that is a variation of an original work sufficiently similar to contain protected elements of the original work, but sufficiently different to qualify for copyright protection independent of the original work
derivative works
plural form of derivative work
Derivative Product
(Bilim, İlim) New product that results from modifying an existing product, and which has different properties than those of the product it is derived from
derivative work
(Kanun) In copyright law, a derivative work is an artistic creation that includes major, basic copyrighted aspects of an original, previously created first work
derivative action
{i} derivative suit, legal suit filed by a shareholder in the name of a corporation
derivative instrument
a financial instrument whose value is based on another security
derivative suit
{i} derivative action, legal suit filed by a shareholder in the name of a corporation
derivative verb
verb created by adding a prefix or suffix to a word that already exists (Grammar)
Schwarzian derivative
A particular operator that, when applied to a function f. yields a function x\mapsto\frac{f'(x)}{f'(x)}-\frac32\left(\frac{f(x)}{f'(x)}\right)^2
Schwarzian derivative
Any image of that operator
event derivative
prediction market
partial derivative
a derivative with respect to one variable of a function of several variables
shareholders' derivative action
A lawsuit brought on behalf of a corporation by a shareholder in that corporation, against a third party usually an insider of the corporation, such as an executive officer or director
shareholders' derivative actions
plural form of shareholders' derivative action
time derivative
A time derivative is a derivative of a function with respect to time, usually interpreted as the rate of change of the value of the function. The variable denoting time is usually written as "t"
derivatives
Securities whose values are linked to, or derived from, other securities These include well-established instruments like futures and options, as well as newer, more complex vehicles, many related to mortgage-backed bonds Taken as a whole, derivatives encompass a broad array of securities that span a gamut in risk from safer than most bonds to highly speculative
derivatives
financial instruments such as options that are based on underlying securities
derivatives
Financial instruments that are derived from the value (either current or expected) of an underlying security or currency Examples include options and futures
derivatives
plural of derivative
derivatives
Trades that are constructed or derived from another security (stock, bond, currency, or commodity) Derivatives can be both exchange and non-exchange traded (known as Over the Counter or OTC) Examples of derivative instruments include Options, Interest Rate Swaps, Forward Rate Agreements, Caps, Floors and Swap options
derivatives
a type of financial instruments whose value is 'derived' from the price of some underlying asset (e g an interest level or stock market index) They are designed to help companies "hedge" (protect themselves against the risk of price changes) or as speculative investments from which great profits can be made The rapid growth in derivatives trading has played a major part in the growing volatility of the global financial system
derivatives
An asset whose value is derived from the price of another asset Examples include call options, put options, futures, and interest-rate "swaps "
derivatives
instruments, whose value depends on the price or value of their underlying instrument
derivatives
secondary map products derived from the primary magnetic anomaly and Bouguer gravity datasets Derivatives are intended to accentuate subtle features in the primary datasets which arise from faults and lithological boundaries (see transforms ) back
derivatives
In finance, contracts whose value is derived from another asset, which can include stocks, bonds, currencies, interest rates, commodities, and related indexes. Purchasers of derivatives are essentially wagering on the future performance of that asset. Derivatives include such widely accepted products as futures and options. Concern over the risky nature of derivatives grew after some well-publicized corporate losses in 1994 involving Procter & Gamble, Metallgesellschaft AG of Germany, and Orange County, Calif. Anxiety intensified after the collapse in 1995 of the London-based merchant bank Barings PLC (now part of the Dutch ING Group NV). Securities regulators from 16 countries then agreed on measures to improve control of derivatives
derivatives
Series of financial instruments linked to an underlying reference security The principal ones are: futures, options, warrants, options on futures and swaps
derivatives
Contracts or investments that are based on the performance or value of a security such as a stock or bond are derivative In other words, they are derived from a security but are not the security themselves
derivatives
securities that derive their value from another physical asset, also known as synthetics Examples of derivatives include futures and options
derivatives
Derivatives are often purchased as a form of investment insurance, and include futures and options, forward rate agreements, swaps, and warrants
derivatives
A financial security, such as an option or futures contract, whose value is derived in part from the value and characteristics of an underlying security
derivatives
Financial instruments whose value varies with the value of an underlying asset (such as a stock, BOND, commodity or currency) or index such as interest rates Financial instruments whose characteristics and value depend on the characterization of an underlying instrument or asset
derivatives
These are a class of securities, including futures and options, which derive their value from underlying physical securities
derivatives
A collective name for futures, options and warrants
derivatives
Instruments derived from securities or physical markets The most common types of derivatives that ordinary investors are likely to come across are futures , options , warrants and convertible bonds Beyond this, the range of derivatives possible is only limited by the imagination of investment banks In other words, new derivatives are being created all the time It is likely nowadays that any person who has funds invested will unwittingly perhaps be indirectly exposed to derivatives
derivatives
Financial instruments whose value is derived from underlying value of another security Derivatives include options and futures
derivatives
are financial instruments whose value is based on a commodity or security, e g , futures, options, swaps, and forwards
derivatives
are financial instruments which can be traded (e g options, warrants, rights, futures contracts, options on futures, etc ) on various markets They are called derivatives because they are "derived" from some real, underlying item of value (such as a company share or other real, tangible commodity) A derivative is a tradeable "contract", created by exchanges and dealers A warrant or option is the simplest form of derivative The most common useage relates to the trading of commodity futures and options on futures - where pre-defined contracts relating to a right to buy or sell and underlying commodity or security are traded as opposed to the actual commodity or security itself They are risky because they are time-fused and can expire worthless Yet, the rewards are enormous and they are used primarily as HEDGING instruments
derivatives
securities, usually in the form of a contract between two parties, whose price depends upon the price of an underlying asset such as a stock or currency
derivatives
A specialized security or contract that has no intrinsic overall value, but whose value is based on an underlying security or factor as an index A generic term that, in the energy field, may include options, futures, forwards, etc
derivatives
Financial instruments or arrangements that derive their value from some underlying stock, bond, commodity or other asset Futures, swaps, some forwards, options and warrants, and certain mortgage-backed securities are the most common derivative forms
derivatives
securities that derive their value from another physical asset, also known as synthetics Examples of derivates include futures and options
partial derivative
the derivative of a function of two or more variables with respect to a single variable while the other variables are considered to be constant
partial derivative
The derivative with respect to a single variable of a function of two or more variables, regarding other variables as constants. In differential calculus, the derivative of a function of several variables with respect to change in just one of its variables. Partial derivatives are useful in analyzing surfaces for maximum and minimum points and give rise to partial differential equations. As with ordinary derivatives, a first partial derivative represents a rate of change or a slope of a tangent line. For a three-dimensional surface, two first partial derivatives represent the slope in each of two perpendicular directions. Second, third, and higher partial derivatives give more information about how the function changes at any point
periwinkle plant derivative
an antineoplastic drug used to treat some forms of cancer
derivative