swapping

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English - Turkish
değiş tokuş
Değiş Tokuş Yapmak
getir-götür
swap
değiş tokuş
swap
takas

Bir akarsu geçerken atları asla takas etme. - Never swap horses while crossing a stream.

swapping out
out swapping
swap
değiş tokuş etmek
swap
tokuş
swap
trampa etmek
swap
değiş

İşleri değiştirmek ister misin? - Would you like to swap jobs?

İşleri değiştirmek ister misiniz? - Do you want to swap jobs?

swap
değiş tokuş yapmak
swap
(Ticaret) swap
job swapping
iş değişimi
swap
değiştirmek

İşleri değiştirmek ister misiniz? - Do you want to swap jobs?

İşleri değiştirmek ister misin? - Would you like to swap jobs?

swap
değiştirme

İşleri değiştirmek ister misin? - Would you like to swap jobs?

İşleri değiştirmek ister misiniz? - Do you want to swap jobs?

swap
{f} değiş tokuş et
swap
takas etmek
swap
{i} karşılıklı değiştirme
wife swapping
seks partisinde karıları değiştirme
page swapping
sayfaların yerini değiştirme
swap
{i} trampa
swap
{f} k.dili. değiş tokuş etmek, trampa etmek, değiştirmek, takas etmek: We swapped coats. Paltolarımızı değiş tokuş ettik. I'll
swap
karşılıklı bahsetmek
swap
getirme-götürme
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of swapping in Turkish Turkish dictionary

swap
iki ülkenin merkez bankaları aracılığıyla birbirlerinin karşılıklı olarak ulusal paralarını kabul etmeleri
swap
Bankalar arasında çeşitli paralar için ön mutabakat ve emaneten satışla sağlanan takas işlemi
English - English
Moving data back and forth between main memory and disk See also swap disk
Selling one security and buying a similar one almost at the same time to take a loss, usually for tax purposes
Swapping occurs in the CPU when the internal memory is not large enough to store more than one application program at a time Therefore, in order to process more than one job at a time, one active job is temporarily removed from internal storage and saved on the disk while the other job processes in the area formerly occupied by the first job Swapping allows the computer to think it has more memory available than it really does, but it also results in slower processing of data
An {operating system} is often able to run programs that require more memory than is physically available on the host system In order to do this, the full memory required is broken into smaller pieces, which are swapped in when required, and swapped out to disk when the space they occupy is required
A technique that the UNIX kernel uses to clean up physical memory The kernel moves entire processes from memory to disk and then reassigns the memory to some other function Processes that have been idle for more than a certain period may be removed from memory to save space Swapping is also used to satisfy extreme memory shortages When the system is extremely short of memory, active processes may be "swapped out "
Selling one security and buying a similar one at almost the same time to take a loss, usually for tax purposes
Another method of managing memory Entire processes are swapped as needed to keep the active processes in memory Swapping can add delays if large processes are swapped frequently
Using part of the hard drive as memory when RAM is full See Virtual Memory
Writing a suspended process' modified (dirty) pages to swap space, and putting the clean pages on the free list Swapping occurs when the number of pages on the free list falls below a specific threshold
swapping in
Present participle of swap in
swapping out
Present participle of swap out
palette swapping
Present participle of palette swap
swap
A financial derivative in which two parties agree to exchange one stream of cashflow against another stream
swap
An roughly equal exchange of two comparable things
swap
To strike, hit

and therewith was the knyght and the lady on one side – and suddeynly he swapped of the ladyes hede.

swap
To exchange or give something in exchange for something else
swap
{v} to exchange, barter, swop
swap
The sale of one security for the purchase of another Bond swaps fall into three basic categories, although a given swap may have aspects of two or more of these
swap
An arrangement in which two entities lend to each other on different terms, e g , in different currencies, and/or at different interest rates, fixed or floating
swap
A blow; a stroke
swap
an equal exchange; "we had no money so we had to live by barter"
swap
- To temporarily move data (programs and/or data files) from random access memory to disk storage (swap out), or back (swap in), to allow more programs and data to be processed than there is physical memory to hold it Also called Virtual Memory
swap
A forward type of contractual agreement to exchange one type of cash flow or asset for another, according to predetermined rules
swap
Simply, the sale of a block of bonds and the purchase of another block of similar market value Swaps may be made to achieve many goals, including establishing a tax loss, upgrading credit quality, extending or shortening maturity, etc
swap
exchange or give (something) in exchange for
swap
An arrangement when two companies lend to one another on different terms, for example at different interest rates or in different currencies
swap
Hastily
swap
To fall or descend; to rush hastily or violently
swap
To move a piece of a program or its data out of memory, into the swap file (stored on a larger, slower medium such as a hard drive.)"
swap
An agreement whereby two parties exchange terms For example, one party can swap a fixed rate payment stream for a variable rate payment stream (See SWAPS)
swap
A type of derivative, a swap is an exchange of future cash flows Popular swaps include foreign exchange swaps and interest rate swaps 10K: An annual report filed by a public company with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Includes financial information, company information, risk factors, etc
swap
A contract between two parties to exchange cash flows in the future according to some formula
swap
To exchange (usually two things of the same kind); to swop
swap
The simultaneous purchase and sale of the same amount of a given currency for two different dates, against the sale and purchase of another A swap can be a swap against a forward In essence, swapping is somewhat similar to borrowing one currency and lending another for the same period However, any rate of return or cost of funds is expressed in the price differential between the two sides of the transaction
swap
A contract calling for the exchange of payments over time Often one payment is fixed in advance and the other is floating, based upon the realization of a price or interest rate
swap
If you swap one thing for another, you remove the first thing and replace it with the second, or you stop doing the first thing and start doing the second. Despite the heat, he'd swapped his overalls for a suit and tie Both sides swapped their goalies in the 30th minute
swap
is a financial transaction in which two counterparties agree to exchange streams of payments occurring over time according to predetermined rules Swaps are used to change the currency or interest rate exposure associated with investments
swap
To trade one asset for another For example, the sale of a block of bonds and the purchase of another block of similar market value Swaps may be made to achieve many goals, including establishing a tax loss, upgrading credit quality, extending or shortening maturity, etc
swap
If you swap something with someone, you give it to them and receive a different thing in exchange. Next week they will swap places and will repeat the switch weekly I'd gladly swap places with mummy any day I know a sculptor who swaps her pieces for drawings by a well-known artist Some hostages were swapped for convicted prisoners. = exchange Swap is also a noun. If she ever fancies a job swap, I could be interested
swap
{f} exchange one thing for another, trade, barter; make an exchange or trade
swap
move (a piece of a program) into memory, in computer science
swap
An agreement that exchanges one security's return for another's return BACK TO TOP
swap
An exchange; a barter
swap
The purpose of a swap is to fix price for future sales and purchase of natural gas An agreement between two parties to exchange cash flows based on the difference between a fixed price and a market price and based on a specific quantity The swap enables the party, in effect, to fix the price it receives or pays for natural gas The quantity of gas in the swap is theoretical because no exchange of gas ever takes place as a consequence of the swap itself However, the theoretical value is set equal to the quantity of gas in the physical contract so that the price for all the gas covered in the physical contract becomes fixed by the swap The term of a swap is several years
swap
In general, the exchange of one asset or liability for a similar asset or liability for the purpose of lengthening or shortening maturities, or raising or lowering coupon rates, to maximize revenue or minimize financing costs
swap
a transaction in which an investor sells one security and simultaneously buys another with the proceeds, usually for about the same price and frequently for tax purposes (See bond swap)
swap
~ The sale of a block of bonds and the purchase of another block of similar market value Swaps may be made to establish a tax loss, upgrade credit quality, extend or shorten maturity, etc
swap
To beat the air, or ply the wings, with a sweeping motion or noise; to flap
swap
Also known as "swap space " When a program requires more memory than is physically available in the computer, currently-unused information can be written to a temporary buffer on the hard disk, called swap, thereby freeing memory Some operating systems support swapping to a specific file, but Linux normally swaps to a dedicated swap partition A misnomer, the term swap in Linux is used to define demand paging
swap
a derivative security, being a contract in which two parties agree to exchange obligations defined by other contracts that they have entered into For example, two companies might have separately entered into debt contracts of similar size but different repayment periods; as time passes it may come to suit them both to swap the repayment obligations [top of page] V Venture Capital - provision of finance to a risky enterprise Typically involves buying a substantial share of the business and exercising close control over management
swap
~ The sale of a block of bonds and the purchase of another block of similar market value Swaps may be made to establish a tax loss, upgrade credit quality, extend or shorten maturity, etc
swap
A sale of a security and the simultaneous purchase of another security, for purposes of enhancing the investor's holdings The swap may be used to achieve desired tax results, to gain income or principal, or to alter various features of a bond portfolio, including call protection, diversfication or consolidation, and marketability of holdings Compare: TAX SWAP
swap
To strike; with off
swap
{i} exchange, trade
swap
An essentially equal exchange of two comparable things
swap
Financial term for a combined or simultaneous buying and selling operation 1 Swaps between central banks serve to bridge international liquidity crises and are frequently carried out in connection with the IMF or the BIS 2 Swaps between a central bank and the commercial banks of a particular country: in Switzerland, such swaps are executed by the SNB either to generate liquidity (e g by temporarily acquiring USD against CHF) or to drain liquidity (e g by acquiring CHF against USD) Such operations are still an important instrument for the control of the money supply 3 Foreign exchange swaps serve to hedge the exchange rate of export balances spot transaction 4 Money and capital market swaps are carried out as crosscurrency swaps, interest swaps, or combined crosscurrency/interest swaps 5 Debt-equity swaps: temporary assignment or conversion of debt into shares or similar equity paper
Turkish - English

Definition of swapping in Turkish English dictionary

swap
(Ticaret) swap
swapping

    Hyphenation

    swap·ping

    Turkish pronunciation

    swäpîng

    Pronunciation

    /ˈswäpəɴɢ/ /ˈswɑːpɪŋ/

    Etymology

    [ 'swäp ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English swappen to strike; from the practice of striking hands in closing a business deal.

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