earnings

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English - Turkish
kazanç

Şirket kazançları ilk çeyrekte keskin şekilde gelişti. - Corporate earnings in the first quarter improved sharply.

O kazançlarla ilgili vergi talep etti. - He called for a tax on earnings.

{i} maaş
{i} gelir
(Avrupa Birliği) kazanç, kar, gelir, ücret
{i} ücret

Daha yüksek asgari ücret, kazançları yükseltip yoksulluğu azaltabilir. - A higher minimum wage can raise earnings and reduce poverty.

{i} kazanç, kâr; maaş, gelir
earn
kazanmak

Onlar para kazanmak istiyorlardı. - They wanted to earn money.

O işle, o ayda 500 doların üzerinde kazanmaktadır. - He earns over 500 dollars a month with that job.

earn
para kazanmak

Eğer para kazanmak için buradaysan, Amerika bulunmak için hoş bir yer. - America is a lovely place to be, if you are here to earn money.

Çok para kazanmak için çok çalıştı. - He worked very hard to earn a lot of money.

earnings report
kâr zarar çizelgesi
earnings yield
kazanç verimi
earnings yield
kazanç getirisi
earnings basis
tahakkuk esası
earn
edinmek
earn
kazandır/kazan
earn
{f} kazanmak; kazandırmak
earn
kazan

Hayatını İngilizce öğreterek kazanıyor. - He earns his living by teaching English.

Ebeveynlerinin görüşü onun kazancını aptal bir kıza harcadığı idi! - His parents' view was that he was wasting his earnings on a silly girl.

retained earnings
(Ticaret) dağıtılmayan karlar
accumulated earnings
(Ticaret) geçmiş yıllar karları
earn
kazanç elde etmek
earn
para kazandırmak
earn
eline geçmek
earn
doğrultmak
earn
(Ticaret) (para) kazanmak
earning
ücret

Daha yüksek asgari ücret, kazançları yükseltip yoksulluğu azaltabilir. - A higher minimum wage can raise earnings and reduce poverty.

earning
(Ticaret) gelir
honest earnings
helal kazanç
retained earnings
(Ticaret) geçmiş yıl karları
retained earnings
(Ticaret) birikmiş kar
camouflage of earnings
örtülü kazanç
distribution of earnings
kâr dağıtımı
earning
kazanma

Bir yetim olan babam on yaşında para kazanmaya başlamak zorunda kalmıştı. - Being an orphan, my father had to start earning money at ten.

Eğitimi bitirinceye ve para kazanmaya başlayıncaya kadar beklemek zorunda kalacağım. - I will have to wait till I finish schooling and start earning money.

foreign exchange earnings
döviz gelirleri
foreign exchange earnings
döviz girdileri
retained earnings
birikmiş kârlar
accumulated retained earnings
birikmiş yedek akçeler
earn
hak etmek
employee earnings
Bir kazanç
net earnings
(Ekonomi) Net kâr
price earnings ratio
fiyat kazanç oranı
price-earnings ratio
fiyat kazanç oranı
price-to-earnings ratio
fiyat-kazanç oranı
single day's earnings or income
tek günlük kazanç veya gelir
accounting earnings
(Ticaret) muhasebe kazançları
agricultural earnings
(Ticaret) tarımsal kazançlar
annual earnings
(Ticaret) yıllık kazançlar
decline in earnings
(Ticaret) kazançta azalma
earning
{i} para kazanma

Eğitimi bitirinceye ve para kazanmaya başlayıncaya kadar beklemek zorunda kalacağım. - I will have to wait till I finish schooling and start earning money.

Bir yetim olan babam on yaşında para kazanmaya başlamak zorunda kalmıştı. - Being an orphan, my father had to start earning money at ten.

earning
[n] kazanç
gross earnings
(Ticaret) gayrisafi kar
gross earnings
(Ticaret) gayri safi kazanç
gross earnings
(Ticaret) brüt hasılat
individual earnings
(Ticaret) kişi başına düşen kazanç
individual earnings
(Avrupa Birliği) bireysel kazanç
individual earnings
(Ticaret) kişi başına düşen gelir
law enforcement sensitive; leave and earnings statement; Lincoln Laboratories Ex
(Askeri) yasa koruma açısından hassas; miras ve kazanç beyanı; Lincoln Laboratuvarları Deney Uydusu
level of average earnings
(Ticaret) ortalama kazanç düzeyi
professional earnings
(Ticaret) serbest meslek kazançları
English - English
Gains on investments; returns
Business profits
Wages, money earned, income
{n} the reward of or due for, services
something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings"
Net income for a company during a specific period, generally (but not always) referring to after-tax income
Unless otherwise qualified, all wages from employment and net earnings from self-employment, whether or not taxable or covered
The amount a company says it added to shareholders' funds after all the costs of delivering a product or service have been accounted for See Earnings Per Share
The total net profits earned by a company Total sales less cost of sales and operating expenses, including interest and income tax
the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
Your earnings are the sums of money that you earn by working. Average weekly earnings rose by 1.5% in July = pay, income
{i} money earned, wages; profit
The amount owed to an employee based on salary, hours worked, or other calculation routines, plus other types of compensation and holiday, vacation, and bonus pay
Also known as profits, they are the amount of money a company clears after paying all applicable expenses
Revenues minus cost of sales, operating expenses, and taxes, over a given period of time The reason corporations exist, and often the single most important determinant of a stock's price also called income
The amount of profit a company realizes over a given time period after all costs, expenses, and taxes have been paid
Profits after expenses
Income of a business, typically after-tax income, but it may refer to before-tax income or revenues
The amount of profit a company realizes after all costs, expenses and taxes have been paid It is calculated by subtracting business, depreciation, interest and tax costs from revenues Earnings are the supreme measure of value as far as the market is concerned The market rewards both fast earnings growth and stable earnings growth Earnings are also called profit or net income See "What Is A Stock Anyway?" BACK TO TOP
Net income for the company during the period
Income of a business, typically, after-tax income but may refer to before-tax income or revenues
Used interchangeabley with income and profit Earnings are usually measured at various states in the income statement: Earnings from continuing operations before special items: Money earned by the company from its continuing (or day-to-day) operations, less expenses for day-to-day operations and excluding special items Earnings before tax: Operating earnings minus other income/expenses and special items Net earnings: After-tax earnings or profit
all the money received by a person or company during a given period (wages, salaries, rent, business profits, dividends, etc )
total company's profit before any nonrecurring gains or losses, but after all other expenses
The money that is left over after a company pays all its bills Also known as net income or net profit, earnings are reported on a quarterly basis by all publicly traded companies
Also called income or profits, earnings are the famous "bottom line": sales less costs of sales and expenses
In general, refers to a company's total sales minus the cost of sales and operating expenses, including interest and income tax
Your company's Operating Profit minus interest and taxes Also known as Net Profit
Income after a company's taxes and all other expenses have been paid Also called profit or net income
the amount a business earns after subtracting all expenses necessary for its sales; also called net income or profit (p 5)
The net income or profit for a company This amount consists of revenues minus all costs (including taxes)
Net income for the company during a period
addlings
earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization
(Ticaret) (EBITDA) A cash flow measurement that excludes interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, often used in buyout or public offering instances as opposed to ongoing financial business performance
earnings growth
The average annual rate of growth in earnings over an indicated period of years for the stocks now in a fund
earnings growth
The percentage change in a company's quarterly earnings per share versus the same period from the previous year For example, a company that earned $1 00 a share in the second quarter of 1998, then earned $1 25 in the second quarter of 1999 would have experienced a 25% growth in earnings To gauge how successful a company is at growing its earnings, you should compare its earnings growth to other companies in its industry BACK TO TOP
earnings growth
A measure in the change of a company's earnings over time
earnings loss
loss as a result of a salary reduction (one of the factors considered when calculating damages)
earnings per stock
net profit of a business divided by the number of shares of stock
earnings report
report on how much money was earned within a specific time period
earnings-related
An earnings-related payment or benefit provides higher or lower payments according to the amount a person was earning while working. relating to the amount of money that you earn
earn
To receive money for working

Now that you are earning, you can start paying me rent.

earn
To cause (someone) to receive (money)

My CD earns me six percent!.

earn
To gain (success) through applied effort or work

You can have the s'mores: you earned them, clearing the walkway of snow so well.

earn
To receive (money) for working
net earnings
Earnings of a person after deduction of all taxes, social security charges and other obligatory payments; the take-home pay
net earnings
Earnings of a company after all expenses, depreciation and taxes have been deducted from the gross income
net-earnings
Attributive form of net earnings, noun
price-earnings ratio
The ratio of share price to earnings per share used as an indication of the relative value of the share
transfer earnings
The amount that a factor of production must be paid in order to prevent it from transferring to an alternative use
earn
{v} to gain or deserve by services
appropriated retained earnings
(Finans) Any unappropriated retained earnings that are specifically not to be used for dividend payments. Appropriated retained earnings can be used for many purposes, such as improving infrastructure, R&D or marketing. They are not passed on directly to shareholders in any form
retained earnings
Accounting earnings that are retained by the firm for reinvestment in its operations; earnings that are not paid out as dividends
Brand Earnings
(Reklam) The share of a brand-owning business's cashflow that can be attributed to the brand alone
earn
European Academic Research Network One of three main constituents of BITNET
earn
If you earn money, you receive money in return for work that you do. What a lovely way to earn a living
earn
European Academic and Research Network
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European Academic and Research Network A self-managing network in the research community originally sponsored by IBM It uses BITNET BITNET protocols and connects to BITNET in the US - /RIPE
earn
To curdle, as milk
earn
European Academic Research Network A network using BITNET technology connecting universities and research labs in Europe
earn
acquire or deserve by one's efforts or actions
earn
To long; to yearn
earn
to deserve (something)
earn
To merit or deserve, as by labor or service; to do that which entitles one to (a reward, whether the reward is received or not)
earn
See Ern, n
earn
If something earns money, it produces money as profit or interest. a current account which earns little or no interest
earn
To acquire by labor, service, or performance; to deserve and receive as compensation or wages; as, to earn a good living; to earn honors or laurels
earn
European Academic Research Network
earn
(European Academic Research Network) (n ) Now called TERENA A network enabling BITNET technology to connect universities and research labs in Europe
earn
European Academic Research Network, basically the European equivalent of BITNET
earn
European Academic & Research Network
earn
To grieve
earn
European Academic Research Network A network using BITNET technology connecting universities and research labs in Europe Now called TERENA after the merger with RARE See TERENA
earn
{f} receive as a result of work or other service performed, profit; be eligible, be worthy
earn
If you earn something such as praise, you get it because you deserve it. Companies must earn a reputation for honesty I think that's earned him very high admiration. To yearn
earn
European Academic Research Network: the European component of BITNet
earn
                                        To receive a wage/salary through work; to earn a living
earn
(European Academic and Research Network) A network using BITNET technology to connect universities and research labs in Europe
earn
earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages; "How much do you make a month in your new job?"; "She earns a lot in her new job"; "this merger brought in lots of money"; "He clears $5,000 each month"
earn
European Academic Research Network (network) See TERENA (Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association)
earning
That which is earned; wages gained by work or services; money earned; used commonly in the plural
earning
present participle of earn
earning
{i} gaining through effort, achieving
gross earnings
An employee's earnings before any amount is deducted by the employer
gross earnings
Total earnings, before deduction of taxes and expenses
gross earnings
Revenue from operating sources, before deducting expenses incurred in gaining such revenue
gross earnings
Total amount of pretax earnings before deductions are made
gross earnings
A person's total taxable income prior to adjustments See: adjusted gross income
gross earnings
Gross earnings include commissions, bonuses, or other incentives that can include various elements such as deferred income, profit sharing, stock options, tax shelters, estate building financial vehicles, pension plans, life insurance and in some cases additional inducements such as signing bonuses or other creative rewards Note: This definition isn’t intended to be a substitute for an IRS or a Franchise Tax Board definition
gross earnings
This would be the total pay due to any employee for a pay period, before any deductions
gross earnings
An accounting term which is arrived at by subtracting the cost of goods sold from the total sales Traditionally, the term was used primarily in Business Interruption Insurance as the basis for determining how much insurance a policyholder should carry The latest Business Income insurance forms have dropped this term
potential earnings
maximum possible profit, amount of profit that could be earned in the future
price-to-earnings ratio
(stock market) the price of a stock divided by its earnings
retained earnings
that part of the net earnings of the firm that are not paid out to shareholders, but kept by the firm
retained earnings
The earnings of the Company not paid out as dividends to shareholders
retained earnings
The portion of a corporation's owners' equity that has been earned from profitable operations and not distributed to stockholders
retained earnings
the proportion of profit that is held in a business after dividends have been paid
retained earnings
Retained earnings are profits of the business that have not been paid out to the owners as of the balance sheet date The earnings have been "retained" for use in the business Retained earnings is an account in the equity section of the balance sheet
retained earnings
The accumulated earnings of an Enterprise or Internal Service Fund that have been retained in the fund and are not reserved for any specific purpose
retained earnings
that part of the net earnings of the firm that are not paid out to shareholders, but retained by the firm
retained earnings
Earnings not paid out as dividends
retained earnings
The cumulative total portion of annual earnings retained by a company after payment of all expenses and dividends Can be considered money that the company puts back into its business for expansion, etc
retained earnings
Net profits kept to accumulate in a business after dividends are paid
retained earnings
That accumulation of Net Income not paid out to Shareholders as dividends, but kept in the company to help it grow
retained earnings
Past earnings that have not been paid out as dividends to stockholders
retained earnings
The profits that a company has earned during its existence which have not been paid out to stockholders but kept in the business (b)
retained earnings
Portion of corporate earnings not distributed to shareholders in the form of a dividend or otherwise; recorded on a company’s balance sheet and reflect an increase in shareholder equity
retained earnings
Profits of the business that have not been paid to the owners; profits that have been "retained" in the business Retained earnings is an "equity" account that is presented on the balance sheet and on the statement of changes in owners' equity
retained earnings
Profits a company keeps for its operations, after paying taxes and dividends
retained earnings
surplus of income compared to expenses, total of accumulated profits, surplus money
retained earnings
the amount of monies retained in a business that results from profitable operations
retained earnings
The total amount of a company's net earnings since its inception, minus any payments made to stockholders Retained earnings is actually part of stockholders' equity and represents the portion of a company's assets that are financed from profitable operations rather than from selling stock to investors or borrowing from external sources Listed on the statement of financial position
retained earnings
Also known as the Retention Ratio The percentage of earnings not paid out in dividends but retained by the company to be reinvested in its core business or to pay debt
retained earnings
are profits of the business that have not been paid out to the owners as of the balance sheet date The earnings have been "retained" for use in the business Retained Earnings is an account in the equity section of the balance sheet
retained earnings
Net earnings kept to reinvest in a business after dividends are paid Also called undistributed profits or earned surplus
retained earnings
earnings kept in the business and not paid out as dividends
retained earnings
Are a company's earnings that are not distributed to the shareholders as dividends Instead they are re-invested in the company
earnings
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