discount

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tenzilat
indirim

Tom yüzde 30 indirimle T-shirt satıyor. - Tom sells T-shirts at a 30 percent discount.

Tom yerel bir indirimli mağazada ihtiyacı olan birçok şeyi satın alabilir. - Tom is able to buy many things he needs at a local discount store.

{i} iskonto

Et genellikle sadece kapanış saatinden önce iskonto alır. - Meat often gets discounted just before closing time.

O daha büyük bir iskonto istedi. - She wanted a bigger discount.

{f} önemsememek
fiyatı düşürmek
kırmak senet
kırdırmak senet
kırdırtmak
kırmak
ıskonto
ıskonto etmek
(senet/bono) kırmak
kırdırmak
tamamen inanmamak
{f} dikkate alma
dikkate alma(mak)
hesaptan düşmek
{i} azaltma
aldırmamak
fiyat indirimi yapmak
kar oranı
kırmak sonucunu göz önünde tutarak hesaba katmak
{f} önceden düşünmek
iskonto etmek
{f} kırdırmak (senet)
{f} indirim yap

Burada bir çizik var. Bana indirim yapar mısınız? - There's a scratch here. Could you give me a discount?

Bana bir indirim yapar mısın? - Could you give me a discount?

{f} kırmak (senet)
aslını saymamak
tenzilat yapmak
{f} hesaplamak
fiyat indirimi
discou
{i} kısa kesme
{f} (bono/senet) kırmak
{f} indirim yapmak
(Turizm) ucuzluk
ikram etmek
(Ticaret) bono kırmak
iskonto yapmak
(Ticaret) senet kırmak
ikram
discount store
{i} ucuza mal satan dükkân
discount store
(isim) ucuza mal satan dükkân
discount house
daha ucuza mal satılan mağaza
discount limit
ıskonto limiti
discount bond
(Finans) Sadece vade tarihinde yapılmak üzere tek bir ödeme vadeden bono
discount card
İndirim kartı
discount clerk
iskonto servisindeki görevli
discount corporation
iskonto kurumu
discount factor
indirim faktörü
discount loan
indirimli kredi
discount loan
ıskontolu kredi
discount politics
iskonto politikası
discount securities
ıskontolu satılan değerli evrak
discount store
Ucuza mal satan dükkân veya mağaza
discount table
iskonto oranları çizelgesi
discount window
indirimli pencere
discount allowed
(Ticaret) yapılan iskonto
discount bank
(Kanun) ıskonto bankası
discount bank
senet kıran banka
discount bank
(Ticaret) iskonto bankası
discount banner
indirim büyük başlığı
discount banners
indirim büyük başlıkları
discount basis
(Ticaret) ıskonto tabanı
discount bill
iskonto edilen senet
discount bill
kırdırılan senet
discount broker
iskontocu
discount broker
tefeci
discount broker
(Ticaret) düşük komisyonlu aracı
discount charge
(Ticaret) iskonto masrafı
discount company
iskonto kurumu
discount earned
(Ticaret) kazanılmış iskonto
discount earned
(Ticaret) yararlanılmış iskonto
discount factor
(Ticaret) ıskonto faktörü
discount flyers
indirim el ilanları
discount house
(Ticaret) iskonto işlemleri yapan banka
discount house
iskonto kurumu
discount house
(Ticaret) indirimli satış mağazası
discount limit
(Ticaret) iskonto limiti
discount loans
(Ticaret) iskonto ve iştira senetleri
discount loss
(Ticaret) yararlanılmamış iskonto
discount lost
(Ticaret) yararlanılmamış iskonto
discount lost
(Ticaret) kaybedilen iskonto
discount mail
(Ticaret) indirimli satış merkezi
discount season
indirim sezonu
discount shop
iskonto kurumu
discount table
(Ticaret) iskonto oranlan çizelgesi
discount yield
(Ticaret) ıskonto getirişi
distributor discount
(Ticaret) ticaret iskontosu
discount rate
iskonto haddi
discounted
ıskontolu
discounting
(Ticaret) ıskonto etme
employee discount
(Ticaret) çalışan indirimi
more discount
(Ticaret) daha fazla indirim
pure discount bond
(Ticaret) ıskontolu tahvil
pure discount instrument
(Ticaret) ıskontolu borç araçları
receive discount
indirim almak
bank discount
banka ıskontosu
bank discount
banka iskontosu
bulk discount
toptan indirimi
cash discount
peşin ödeme indirimi
cash discount
peşin indirimi
discounting
senet kırma
draft discount
poliçe ıskontosu
private discount
özel ıskonto
purchase discount
ıskonto
purchase discount
indirim
trade discount
toptancı indirimi
at a discount
indirimli

Bunu indirimli fiyata satmıyor musun? - Aren't you selling this at a discount price?

at discount
indirimli
debt discount
borç iskontosu
deferred discount
geciktirilmiş iskonto
draft discount
poliçe iskontosu
early bird discount
erkenci indirim
exchange discount
kambiyo iskontosu
five finger discount
(deyim) Dükkân, mağaza gibi bir yerden mal aşırma
forward discount
Vadeli iskonto
hard discount
Yüksek indirim, büyük ucuzluk
hard discount store
Yüksek indirim, büyük ucuzluk
introductory discount
Tanıtım maksatlı iskonto
lower the discount
düşük indirim
official rate of discount
resmi iskonto oranı
private discount
özel iskonto
quantity discount
Miktara bağlı indirim
reinvestment discount
yeniden yatırım iskontosu
requisite discount
zarurî tenzilat

the requisite discount falls between 12% and 11%.

requisite discount
zaruri iskonto
acceptance discount
(Ticaret) kabul kredisi iskontosu
acceptance discount
(Ticaret) kambiyo iskontosu
are there any discount fares for multiple trips
birden çok yolculuk için indirimli tarifeler var mı
at a discount
ucuza
bank discount
banka ıskontosu, bir senedin banka tarafından kırılması
bank discount
bankanın senedi iskonto etmesi
bank discount
senedin bankaca kırılması
bill discount
senet iskontosu
bills for discount
(Ticaret) iskonto edilecek senetler
can you give me a cash discount
nakit indirimi verebilir misiniz
can you give me a cash discount
(isim)kit indirimi verebilir misiniz
cash discount
(Askeri) PEŞİN TEDİYE İSKONTOSU: Derhal veya belirli bir süre içinde yapılan tediye dikkate alınarak, malın fiyatından kabul edilen bir indirme. Bu indirme, genellikle, yüzde miktariyle ifade edilir
cumulative quantity discount
(Ticaret) müterakim miktar ıskontosu
cumulative quantity discount
(Ticaret) kümülatif miktar ıskontosu
cumulative quantity discount
(Ticaret) müterakim miktar indirimi
customer discount
müşteri indirimi
discounter
(Ticaret) senet kıran kimse
discounter
senet kıran kişi
do you have our discount card
İndirim kartınız var mı
give a discount
indirim yapmak
huge discount
büyük indirim
is a cash discount possible
(isim)kit indirimi olanağı var mı
is a cash discount possible
nakit indirimi olanağı var mı
is there a student discount
öğrenci indirimi var mı
large discount
büyük indirim
long term discount
(Sigorta) uzun vadeli indirim
lost discount
(Ticaret) yararlanılamamış iskonto
lost discount
(Ticaret) yararlanılmamış iskonto
lost discount
(Ticaret) kaybedilmiş iskonto
lost discount
(Ticaret) kaybedilmiş ıskonto
lost discount
(Ticaret) kaybolmuş iskonto
mate's discount
(Argo) arkadaş indirimi
merchandise discount on sales
(Ticaret) mal satış iskontosu
missed discount
(Ticaret) kaybedilen iskonto
original issue discount debt
(Ticaret) ilk ihraç ıskontolu borç
purchase discount
iskonto
sales discount
(Ticaret) satış indirimi
sales discount
(Ticaret) satış iskontosu
sell at a discount
indirimli satmak
sell at a discount
ucuza satmak
selling at discount
(Ticaret) ıskontolu satış
senior citizen discount
yaşlılar için indirim
shock discount
(Ticaret) şok indirim
special discount
(Ticaret) özel indirim
student discount
öğrenci indirimi
subject to discount
indirime konu olan
subject to discount
indirime tabi olan
tariff discount
(Sigorta) tarife indirimi
true discount
(Ticaret) gerçek iskonto
true discount
(Ticaret) hakiki iskonto
İngilizce - İngilizce
Of a store, specializing in goods at reduced prices

If you're looking for cheap clothes, there's a discount clothier around the corner.

To deduct from an account, debt, charge, and the like; to make an abatement of; as, merchants sometimes discount five or six per cent for prompt payment of bills
A reduction in price
To lend money upon, deducting the discount or allowance for interest; as, the banks discount notes and bills of exchange
To take into consideration beforehand; to anticipate and form conclusions concerning (an event)
To leave out of account; to take no notice of
To lend, or make a practice of lending, money, abating the discount; as, the discount for sixty or ninety days
The rate of interest charged in discounting
Of goods, available at reduced prices; discounted

This store specializes in discount wares.

A deduction made for interest, in advancing money upon, or purchasing, a bill or note not due; payment in advance of interest upon money
{n} a drawback, allowance, abatement
{v} to draw or pay back, to deduct, to lend the amount of, deducting the interest at the time
(1) The difference between a bond's current price and its par value (2) To apply news about a company in measuring its current stock price, for example, taking into account a change in management that has been anticipated for some time (3) The sale of securities, like bonds or closed-end mutual funds, at prices less than their face value (4) The relationship between two currencies For example, the British pound may sell at a discount to the German mark Diversification The spreading of risk by putting money in several different classes of investments, such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments, and real estate, or in several stocks of different industries Dividend A share of a company's earnings paid out quarterly to shareholders, usually in cash, but possibly in the form of new shares of stock
When the market price of a newly issued security is lower than the issue price If it is higher, the difference is called a premium
Difference between the price paid for a security and the security's face value
an amount or percentage deducted
(1) The amount a price would be reduced to purchase a commodity of lesser grade, (2) sometimes used to refer to the price differences between futures of different delivery months, as in the phrase "July at a discount to May," indicating that the price for the July future is lower than that of May
Reduction in product price or cost of a service A discount if the difference between the nominal face value of a loan and actual cash received by the borrower because interest is paid at the beginning of a loan based on the sum to be repaid at maturity
{i} price reduction
(1) The amount a price would be reduced to purchase a commodity of lesser grade; (2) sometimes used to refer to the price differences between futures of different delivery months, as in the phrase "July at a discount to May," indicating that the price for the July futures is lower than that of May
The amount by which the sales price of a note (or financial instrument) is below or less than its face value The purpose of a discount is to adjust the yield upward either in lieu of interest or in addition to interest Discount points are payable to the lender by the borrower or seller to increase the lender's effective yield One point is equal to 1% of the loan
Before 1864 private banks issued their own paper money Paper money far from home traded at a discount to local currency The discount on paper money issued by solvent banks equaled the cost of transporting the bill to the issuing bank and the value of the interest lost on the money while it was in transit The discount on New York City bills was half a percent in Columbus in 1863
If you discount an idea, fact, or theory, you consider that it is not true, not important, or not relevant. However, traders tended to discount the rumor = disregard. a reduction in the usual price of something 10% discount/discount of 25% etc
A counting off or deduction made from a gross sum on any account whatever; an allowance upon an account, debt, demand, price asked, and the like; something taken or deducted
In an ARM with an initial rate discount, the lender gives up a number of percentage points in interest to reduce the rate and lower the payments for part of the mortgage term (usually for one year or less) After the discount period, the ARM rate usually increases according to its index rate
An option is trading at a discount if it is trading for less than its intrinsic value A future is trading at a discount if it is trading at a price less than the cash price of its underlying index or commodity See also Intrinsic Value and Parity
bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
{f} disregard, ignore; reduce the price of, mark down; give a discount
In an ARM with an initial rate discount, the lender gives up a number of percentage points in interest to give you a lower rate and lower payments for part of the mortgage term (usually for one year or less) After the discount period, the ARM rate will probably go up depending on the index rate
a refund of some fraction of the amount paid
in loan originations, a discount refers to an amount withheld from loan proceeds by a lender Generally the purpose of a discount is to adjust the yield upward, either in lieu of interest or in addition to interest The rate or amount of discount depends on money market conditions, the credit of the borrower, and the rate or terms of the note One discount is equal to 1% of the loan amount
- The amount by which the sales price of a note (or financial instrument) is below or less than its face value The purpose of a discount is to adjust the yield upward either in lieu of interest or in addition to interest Discount points are payable to the lender by the borrower or seller to increase the lender's effective yield One point is equal to 1% of the loan
dis·count discounts discounting discounted Pronounced for meanings
and 2., and for meaning 3
The amount by which the purchase price of a security is less than the principal amount or par value
When the market price of a closed-end fund is less than its underlying net asset value (NAV), it is said to be trading at a discount That discount allows you to buy a dollar's worth of securities for less than a dollar So if a closed-end fund trading at a 10% discount owns a portfolio of stocks collectively worth $10 a share, you can buy that portfolio for $9 a share Unlike open-end funds, closed-ends trade like stocks on an exchange so a fund's price is determined by investor demand for its shares A lack of demand can cause the fund's market price to be less than its underlying portfolio value--the source of the discount See "Closed or Open End " BACK TO TOP
A discount is a reduction in the usual price of something. They are often available at a discount Full-time staff get a 20 per cent discount
~ The amount by which the purchase price of a security is less than the principal amount, or par value
the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
The amount by which the current value of a share is below its asset backing
interest on an annual basis deducted in advance on a loan
The amount charged by a financial institution when a note receivable is discounted, calculated as maturity value times discount rate times discount period
the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise give a reduction in price on; "I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes
An amount deducted from the regular price for those who purchase with cash instead of credit
The amount by which a preferred stock or bond may sell below its par value Also used as a verb to mean "takes into account" as the price of the stock has discounted the expected dividend cut
Difference between the face amount of a note or mortgage and the price at which the instrument is sold in the secondary market
(1) The amount a price would be reduced to purchase a commodity of lesser grade; (2) sometimes used to refer to the price difference between futures of different delivery months, as in the phrase "July is trading at a discount to May", indicating that the price of the July futures contract is lower than that of May; (3) applied to cash grain prices that are below the futures price See also Option Premium
give a reduction in price on; "I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes"
Is an ARMwith an initial discount, the lender gives up a number of percentage points of interest to give you a lower rate and lower payments for part of the mortgage term After the discount period, the ARM rate will probably go up depending on the index rate
If a shop or company discounts an amount or percentage from something that they are selling, they take the amount or percentage off the usual price. This has forced airlines to discount fares heavily in order to spur demand
discount department store
a discount store, a department store where prices are lower than at a full-service department store or traditional department store
discount department stores
plural form of discount department store
discount rate
The interest rate used to discount future cashflows of a financial instrument; the annual interest rate used to decrease the amounts of future cashflows to yield their present value
discount rate
An interest rate that a central bank charges depository institutions that borrow reserves from it
discount store
A type of department store which sell products at prices lower than those asked by other department stores
discount stores
plural form of discount store
discount store
a sales outlet offering goods at a discounted price
discount store
a retail store that focuses on having the lowest prices
discount store
A self-service retail store with low markups Example: Wal-Mart, K mart
discount store
A retail institution that sells standard merchandise at lower prices by accepting lower margins and selling at higher volume
discount store
A store that sells merchandise, especially consumer goods, at a discount from the manufacturer's suggested retail price. Also called discounter, discount house
discount store
{i} store or sales outlet that sells merchandise at discounted prices; store that sells products at low prices
discount-day
{n} the day on which a bank discounts notes or bills
discount bond
(Finans) A zero-coupon bond (also called a discount bond or deep discount bond) is a bond bought at a price lower than its face value, with the face value repaid at the time of maturity. It does not make periodic interest payments, or have so-called "coupons," hence the term zero-coupon bond. Investors earn return from the compounded interest all paid at maturity plus the difference between the discounted price of the bond and its par (or redemption) value. Examples of zero-coupon bonds include U.S. Treasury bills, U.S. savings bonds, long-term zero-coupon bonds, and any type of coupon bond that has been stripped of its coupons
discount store
A shop that sells goods at less than the normal retail price
discount business
the business of selling merchandise at a discount
discount chain
a chain of discount stores
discount house
a sales outlet offering goods at a discounted price
discount loan
loan whose interest rate is lower than the amount of the fund at the time it is granted
discount of bills
payment of bank bills before the stated date resulting in a reduction of the interest and commission
discount rate
the rate used to determine the present worth of a future value by discounting (see Discounting) Banks usually use the interest rate as a discount rate
discount rate
A certain interest rate that is used to bring a series of future cash flows to their present value in order to state them in current, or today's, dollars Use of a discount rate removes the time value of money from future cash flows
discount rate
A rate used to convert future costs or benefits to their present value
discount rate
The interest rate used by a company to discount the value of future cash flows to the present Also known as Cost of Funds
discount rate
The interest rate charged in loans by the Federal Reserve Bank
discount rate
interest on an annual basis deducted in advance on a loan the rate of interest set by the Federal Reserve that member banks are charged when they borrow money through the Federal Reserve System
discount rate
the rate of interest set by the Federal Reserve that member banks are charged when they borrow money through the Federal Reserve System
discount rate
The interest rate the Federal Reserve charges its member banks for loans This rate influences the rates these financial institutions then charge to their customers The Fed uses this rate as one method of influencing monetary policy The rate is also very important to the bond and stock markets as it provides a clue to interest rate trends and future Federal Reserve policy See federal-funds rate BACK TO TOP
discount rate
interest on an annual basis deducted in advance on a loan
discount rate
the interest rate which the Federal Reserve system charges member banks when they borrow directly from the Fed The Fed's Board of Governors sets the discount rate, in consultation with the boards of its 12 regional banks Changes in the discount rate are one of the tools available to the central bank for carrying out monetary policy
discount rate
The interest rate used in evaluating water (and other) projects to calculate the present value of future benefits and future costs or to convert benefits and costs to a common time basis
discount rate
(or discount factor) This accounts for the time value of money and arises naturally in financial models, such as a portfolio selection problem A discount rate of 7% means $1 earned a year from now has a present value of approximately $93 46 (1/1 07) If $1 is earned n years from now, and the discount rate is r, the present value is $1/(1+r)^n In continuous-time models, there are variations, such as defining the present value of K dollars at time t to be K(1-e-rt) In infinite horizon dynamic programming, the discount factor serves to make value iteration a contraction map In that case, the fixed point of the stationary equation
discount rate
~ The rate the Federal Reserve charges on loans to member banks
discount rate
The rate of interest charged to banks who buy money from the Federal Reserve System An increase in the rate not only discourages the banks from borrowing, but it also serves as a signal that interest rates are probably going to increase Also, a compound interest rate used to convert expected future income into a present value income
discount rate
The rate of interest banks must pay when they borrow funds from the Federal Reserve to meet their reserve requirement
discount rate
This is the interest rate charged by the U S Federal Reserve, the nation's central bank, for loans to member banks The Fed, as it is called, alters rates to increase or decrease the growth of the nation's economic output
discount rate
The interest rate the Federal Reserve Bank charges to member banks for loans Also, the interest rate used to calculate the present value of cash flows
discount rate
The interest rate charged by the Federal Reserve Board to member banks for loans
discount rate
Interest rate the Federal Reserve charges its member banks for short-term loans; often used as a benchmark for other institutions charging interest on loans, credit cards and other debts
discount rate
The rate the Federal Reserve charges on loans to member banks
discount rate
price paid by the holder of promissory notes in exchange for early payment of the note
discount rate
Interest rate at which an eligible depository institution may borrow funds, typically for a short period, directly from a Federal Reserve Bank The law requires that the board of directors of each Reserve Bank establish the discount rate every fourteen days subject to the approval of the Board of Governors
discount rate
(Hackett, 1998, chapters 5, 6, and 12) The rate at which the present value of a benefit to be received in the future shrinks as the time lag increases Discount rates are embodied in interest rates charged on borrowed money and other financial investments in financial markets (A common manifestation of how people value money today compared to money in the future is the failure of many people to set aside a small amount of money in the present, even though they know it will grow into a large amount of money for future uses such as retirement In effect, they discount those future benefits at a higher rate than the interest that they expect on their savings )
discount rate
The interest rate that the Federal Reserve charges a bank to borrow funds when a bank is temporarily short of funds Collateral is necessary to borrow, and such borrowing is quite limited because the Fed views it as a privilege to be used to meet short-term liquidity needs, and not a device to increase earnings
discount rate
The interest rate charged on loans by the Federal Reserve Bank
discount rate
(Cost of Capital) The discount rate, also called the cost of capital, is the interest rate at which a company can borrow money This rate is typically equal to, or some calculated rate above prime rate, or other standard financial metric The value can typically be determined by finance The discount rate is used within the ROI, NPV and IRR calculations as a means for getting future cash flows into present dollar value terms
discount rate
The rate used for adjusting the total present economic value of a resource, projected over time, that takes into account the declining value of money This rate is used by resource economists to help calculate relative economic values from conserving or liquidating "natural capital" (i e , natural resources)
discount rate
The interest rate used in the discounting process, that is, the process by which future cash payment of expenditure is converted to an equivalent present day value
discount rate
This is the interest rate charged by the U S Federal Reserve, the nation's central bank, for loans to member banks The Fed alters rates to increase or decrease the growth of the nation's economic output OR The interest rate charged by a financial institution for buying a note receivable
discount rate
the interest rate that a country's central bank charges to other banks. or bank rate Interest rate charged by a central bank for loans of reserve funds to commercial banks and other financial intermediaries. The discount rate is one important indicator of the condition of monetary policy in an economy. Because raising or lowering the discount rate alters the rates that commercial banks charge on loans, adjustment of the discount rate is used as a tool to combat recession and inflation
discount table
table indicating the current value of a debt that takes interest rates and dates of repayment into account
discount window
opportunity given to banks to borrow funds from the central bank following unexpected changes in their accounts
bond discount
A reduction from the face amount of a bond that occurs where bonds are sold on the market for cash at a price less than the face amount. Since bonds mature years after issue, they are discounted to reflect present value
discounter
One who discounts

I was a discounter of UFOs until I saw a flying saucer myself.

five finger discount
Alternative spelling of five-finger discount
five-finger discount
Theft or pilferage, typically of a small item; shoplifting
deep discount bond
(Finans) A zero-coupon bond (also called a discount bond or deep discount bond) is a bond bought at a price lower than its face value, with the face value repaid at the time of maturity. It does not make periodic interest payments, or have so-called "coupons," hence the term zero-coupon bond. Investors earn return from the compounded interest all paid at maturity plus the difference between the discounted price of the bond and its par (or redemption) value. Examples of zero-coupon bonds include U.S. Treasury bills, U.S. savings bonds, long-term zero-coupon bonds, and any type of coupon bond that has been stripped of its coupons
Israel Discount Bank
name of an Israeli bank
at a discount
discounted, on sale, reduced in price
bank discount
A sum equal to the interest at a given rate on the principal (face) of a bill or note from the time of discounting until it becomes due
bank discount
The interest on a loan computed in advance and deducted at the time the loan is made
cash discount
Cash discount is given as an incentive to pay an invoice by a given date
cash discount
Reduction in price that is given for prompt payment of a bill
cash discount
A discount offered to businesses if a bill is paid by a certain date
cash discount
a discount given to the buyer as an incentive to render immediate payment or payment within a specific time frame
cash discount
A form of discount in which customers paying cash, rather than buying on credit, pay lower prices
cash discount
A reduction in the amount that has to be paid on an account payable or receivable if payment is made within a specified time limit
cash discount
Reduction in cost of advertising space or time for cash payment, usually 2% of the net cost
cash discount
Discount offered on merchandise sold to encourage prompt payment; offered by sellers of merchandise and represent sales discounts to the seller when they are used and purchase discounts to the purchaser of the merchandise (See p 222)
cash discount
a reduction in price offered to a buyer in return for prompt settlement of account See Discount
cash discount
A reduction granted by a supplier from the invoice price in consideration of immediate payment or payment within a stipulated period
cash discount
A reduction in sales or purchase price, allowed by a vendor, for payment before the due date of the bill It is generally expressed as a percentage of the billed price For example, a cash discount of"2/10 net 30" indicates a 2 percent price reduction given for payment within the first 10 days of a 30 day billing period
cash discount
A reduction in the price of an item for sale allowed if payment is made within a stipulated period. an amount by which a seller reduces a price if the buyer pays immediately or before a particular date
cash discount
An incentive offered to purchasers of a firm's product for payment within a specified time period, such as ten days
cash discount
An additional discount granted by media to agencies for prompt payment
cash discount
An incentive offered by the seller to encourage the buyer to pay within a stipulated time For example, if the terms are 2/10/N 30, the buyer may deduct 2 percent from the amount of the invoice (if paid within 10 days) otherwise, the full amount is due in
cash discount
A percentage deduction from the purchase price; available to the credit customer who pays its account within a specified time (Chapter 14)
cash discount
A discount offered to a purchaser in a store for paying in cash, as the retailer will avoid paying any transaction charges and will get the funds instantly Larger multiple stores are unlikely to offer cash discounts, as their transaction charges are calculated from head office
cash discount
Price reduction or discount on bills paid early Terms of "2/10, Net 30," for example, means that a 2% discount is granted if the bill is paid within 10 days Otherwise, the entire amount is due within 30 days
cash discount
A reduction in the price of goods given to encourage early payment
cash discount
an allowance or deduction granted by the vendor that reduces the price of goods received This is typically used as an incentive to pay an invoice within a specific time frame
cash discount
a reduction in the price of merchandise that is granted by a seller to a purchaser in exchange for the purchaser's making payment within a specified period of time called the discount period (p 227)
cash discount
A deduction that is given for prompt payment of a bill
cash discount
A simple price reduction given to a buyer for prompt payment or payment in cash p 578
cash discount
a -price reduction offered for immediate cash payment
discounted
past of discount
discounted
The market price of a share is said to have been 'discounted' when an event that is expected to happen, such as an increase in dividends or lower earnings, has been reflected in its price
discounted
When some anticipated event such as increased dividends or lower earnings has already been reflected in the market price of a stock, it is said to be "already discounted" by the market
discounter
A vendor of discount goods
discounter
{i} merchant that sells products at low prices
discounter
a sales outlet offering goods at a discounted price
discounter
A discounter is a shop or organization which specializes in selling things very cheaply. Discounters usually sell things in large quantities, or offer only a very limited range of goods. a shop or person that sells goods cheaply
discounter
One who discounts; a discount broker
discounters
plural of discounter
discounting
process to obtain the present value of future dollar amounts
discounting
Reduction in the value of a security at purchase such that when it matures at full value, the investor receives a fair return 221
discounting
The offering to business Customers of reduced rates for the use of off-peak resources see also surcharging
discounting
Calculating the present value of a future amount The process is opposite to compounding
discounting
The conversion of future dollars spent and future health outcomes (such as life years saved in 20 years from an intervention today) to their present value
discounting
The term used to describe the procedure of calculating the present value of a stream of future cash flows
discounting
This is a technique that allows the calculation of present values of inputs and benefits that accrue in the future
discounting
The process of converting investment inflows to a present value Since money has a time value, one dollar to be received in the future is worth less than one now How much less (the amount of discount) depends on: (1) the time span between the cash outflow and inflow, and (2) the necessary rate of inter discount
discounting
Reducing the costs and benefits of treatment by a fixed annual amount to take account of declining value of assets over time
discounting
An economic adjustment for the time value of money; mathematical reduction of costs and/or benefits which occur in the future to the present time for purposes of comparison
discounting
A calculation used to estimate the present value of future cash flows
discounting
present participle of discount
discounting
is a method used by economists to determine the dollar value today of a project’s future costs and benefits This is done by weighting money values that occur in the future by a value less than 1, or “discounting” them Because environmental decisionmakers are increasingly forced to evaluate policies with costs and benefits that will be spread out over tens -- perhaps hundreds -- of years, discounting is used to help evaluate the value of measures that deal with problems such as stratospheric ozone depletion, global climate change, and the disposal of low- and high-level radioactive wastes
discounting
reducing the value of a payment, particularly scaling down the value of a future payment by a discount factor in order to calculate an equivalent present value
discounting
Calculating the present value of a future amount Discounting is opposite to compounding
discounting
The process by which the streams of future costs and/or benefits (beyond 12 months) are converted to equivalent present values
discounting
The process of determining the present value of a deposit or series of deposits received at a certain time(s) in the future A discount is the amount a mortgage has been reduced from its face value to its present cash value Discounting a loan increases its effective yield to the holder/investor
discounting
A method of converting future dollars into present values, accounting for interest costs or forgone investment income Used to convert a future payment into a value that is equivalent to a payment now
discounting
The process of finding the present value of a cash flow or a series of cash flows; discounting is the reverse of compounding
discounting
the process of translating a future payment into a value in the present (chapter 16 appendix)
discounting
the process of finding the present worth of a future amount of money Generally this expression is obtained in the form of a discount factor from a set of compounding and discounting tables The underlying concept is sometimes referred to as the time value of money
discounting
The process of finding the present value of a series of future cash flows Discounting is the reverse of compounding
discounting
Reduction in the sales price of goods and services to entice additional sales usually based on volume or other future commitments by the customer Also, see "Factoring"
discounting
the process of determining the equivalent present value P of a future cash value F by calculating back in time with a given fixed interest (discount) rate i, expressed mathematically as P = F/(1 + i)t, where t is the time between the future and present frames
discounts
reductions from list price that are given by a seller to a buyer who either gives up some marketing function or provides the function himself
discounts
are offered to re-sellers, and to purchasers of computer network site licenses
discounts
Fare rules will commonly refer to three types of discounts: infant, child and senior Infants under 2 usually fly free on domestic flights provided they do not occupy a seat Some fares offer children's discounts, generally for children aged 2-11 Deeply discounted seat sale tickets may not offer a further discount for children Many airlines offer senior citizen discounts, and some also offer discounts for a companion traveling with the senior citizen, even if the companion is not themselves a senior citizen Different airlines have different age definitions of senior - check with your airline
discounts
temporary price reductions, often employed to boost sales
discounts
Auto/Renter's Discount--Most insurance companies offer this discount They realize that you are more likely to stay insured with them if they insure both your Auto and Home/Renter's policies Home Safety Discount--A discount on your premium for having deadbolt locks on all exterior doors, and both smoke alarms and fire extinguishers in your home Fire Sprinkler Discount--A discount on your premium for having either a full or partial fire sprinkler system covering the interior of your home Burglar/Fire Alarm Discount--A discount on your premium for having either or both of these alarms installed in your home Your discount is larger if the burglar or fire alarm is connected to a central station, i e rings at a company monitoring your home, or even direct to the police or fire department Non-Smoker/Over 55 Discount--A discount on your premium for being a non-smoker, or one of the named insureds being over the age of 55 These discounts are limited to a few insurance companies Back
discounts
third-person singular of discount
gave him discount
lowered the price for him, offered him a good deal
issue of bonds at discount
allocating a set number of bonds to be sold at a lower price than their nominal worth
issue of stocks at discount
allocating a set number of stocks to be sold at a lower price than their nominal worth
trade discount
A discount on the list price granted by a manufacturer or wholesaler to buyers in the same trade. a special reduction in the price of goods sold to people who are going to sell the goods in their own shop or business
trade discount
a discount from the list price of a commodity allowed by a manufacturer or wholesaler to a merchant
discount