expenses

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İngilizce - Türkçe
giderler

Ona giderlerini azaltmaya çalıştı. - She tried to lessen her expenses.

Tom'un sağlık giderlerini karşılamak için arabasını satmak zorunda kaldığından şüpheliyim. - I doubt that Tom had to sell his car in order to raise money for medical expenses.

{i} masraflar

Umarım bu harcama raporu tüm ilişkili iş masraflarını içerir,çünkü bundan bir sent daha fazlasını ödemeyeceğim. - I hope this expense report contains all the relevant business expenses because I'm not paying a cent more after this.

Bin dolar, parti için tüm masrafları kapsayacak. - One thousand dollars will cover all the expenses for the party.

gider

Tom'un sağlık giderlerini karşılamak için arabasını satmak zorunda kaldığından şüpheliyim. - I doubt that Tom had to sell his car in order to raise money for medical expenses.

Ona giderlerini azaltmaya çalıştı. - She tried to lessen her expenses.

{i} harcamalar

Bu ay harcamalarımı düşürmem gerekiyor. - I have to reduce my expenses this month.

Harcamalarımızı kısmalıyız. - We must cut down our expenses.

expense
masraf

Para biriktirmek için masrafları kısmalıyız. - We must cut our expenses to save money.

Masraf umrumda değil. - I don't care about the expense.

expense
{i} gider

Tom'un sağlık giderlerini karşılamak için arabasını satmak zorunda kaldığından şüpheliyim. - I doubt that Tom had to sell his car in order to raise money for medical expenses.

Tom yüksek sağlık giderleri olduğu için maaşıyla geçinemiyor. - Tom can't get along on his salary because he has high medical expenses.

expense
harcama

Yeni bir daireyi döşemek büyük harcamalar gerektirir. - Furnishing a new apartment requires large expenses.

Harcamalarımızı kısmalıyız. - We must cut down our expenses.

expenses of conveyance
nakliye masrafları
expenses of operating
işletme masrafları
expenses of treatment
tedavi masrafları
expenses and income
gider ve gelir
expenses exceed revenues
giderleri gelirlerini aştığı
expenses incurred in litigation
giderler dava katlanılan
expenses of collection
tahsil masrafları
expenses of management
idare masrafları, idare giderleri
expenses of salvage
kurtarma masrafları
expenses of selling
satış masrafları
expenses payable
giderleri ödenecek
expenses ratio
masraf oranı
expenses label
(Bilgisayar) masraflar etiketi
executive expenses
(Ticaret) yönetim giderleri
extra expenses
(Ticaret) ek masraflar
extraordinary expenses
(Ticaret) olağanüstü giderler
sga expenses
(Selling, General & Administrative Expenses) Satış, genel ve yönetim giderleri
expense
zararına
additional expenses
munzam masraflar
administrative expenses
(Ticaret) işletme giderleri
administrative expenses
(Ticaret) genel yönetim giderleri
administrative expenses
(Ticaret) yönetim giderleri
financial expenses
(Ticaret) sermaye giderleri
improvement expenses
(Ticaret) onarım gibi masraflar
involve expenses
(Ticaret) masrafa sokmak
issue expenses
(Ticaret) ihraç masrafları
living expenses
(Eğitim) yaşam giderleri
living expenses data
(Bilgisayar) sabit giderler
meet the expenses
giderleri karşılamak
miscellaneous expenses
diğer giderler
operational expenses
faalıyet giderleri
operational expenses
(Ticaret) işletme giderleri
other expenses
(Ticaret) diğer giderler
other expenses
(Ticaret) diğer gider ve zararlar
other expenses
(Ticaret) çeşitli giderler
other expenses
(Eğitim) diğer harcamalar
overhead expenses
genel yönetim giderleri
promotion expenses
(Ticaret) tanıtım masrafları
provision expenses
(Ticaret) karşılık giderleri
provision for future expenses
(Ticaret) gelecek aylara ait giderler
research expenses
(Ticaret) arama giderleri
variable expenses
(Ticaret) değişken giderler
additional expenses
ek masraflar
building expenses
inşaat masrafları
business expenses
işletme masrafları
current expenses
günlük masraflar
factory expenses
fabrika giderleri
financial expenses
mali masraf
fixed expenses
sabit giderler
formation expenses
kuruluş giderleri
general expenses
umumi masraflar
incur expenses
masrafa girmek
initial expenses
işe başlama giderleri
initial expenses
kuruluş giderleri
legal expenses
mahkeme giderleri
out-of-pocket expenses
küçük nakit masraflar
overhead expenses
genel giderler
preliminary expenses
kuruluş masrafları
removal expenses
taşınma giderleri
running expenses
genel giderler
transport expenses
nakliye masrafı
travel expenses
yol masrafları
travel expenses
harcırah
travelling expenses
seyahat giderleri
accrued expenses
Tahakkuk etmiş masraflar
all expenses paid
tüm masraflar ödenmiştir
all expenses paid
bütün masraflar ödenmiştir
all-expenses
bütün giderler
contribution for meal expenses
yemek harcı
deduction for expenses
gider indirimi
expense
giderm
financial expenses
mali masraf, finansman giderleri
heavy expenses
ağır giderleri
house rental expenses
ev kirası gideri
illegitimate expenses
kanunen kabul edilmeyen giderler
operation expenses
işletme masrafları
reimbursement of protest expenses
protesto masrafları iadesi
share expenses
payı giderleri
take on the expenses, pay for
İçin ödeyeceğiniz masrafları üstlenmek
administrative expenses fee
(Sigorta,Ticaret) yönetim gideri kesintisi
allowable expenses
masraf gösterilebilir giderler
costs and expenses
(Kanun) giderler ve harcamalar
current expenses
günlük masraflar, günlük giderler
deferred expenses
(Ticaret) peşin ödenen masraflar
expense
hesabıma
expense
size ma
expense
pay his expenses masraflarını ödemek
expense
with no expense to you bedava
expense
masraflı kimse veya şey
expense
a Iaugh at his expense bir kimse ile alay etme
expense
at the expense of pahasına
expense
sarf etme
factory burden expenses
(Ticaret) genel inşaat maliyetleri
general expenses
genel giderler
incidental expenses
(Ticaret) arızi giderler
incidental expenses
(Ticaret) tali masraflar
incidental expenses
(Ticaret) geçici giderler
janitor expenses
(Ticaret) kapıcı masrafları
litigation costs and expenses
(Sigorta) mahkeme masraf ve harcamaları
medicine expenses
doktor masrafları
military expenses
askeri masraflar
necessary expenses
(Ticaret) zorunlu giderler
necessary expenses
(Ticaret) zaruri masraflar
note of expenses
(Ticaret) gider pusulası
out of pocket expenses
cepten çıkmış masraflar
out of pocket expenses
nakit harcamalar
overhead expenses
(Askeri) GENEL İMALAT MASRAFLARI
petty expenses
(Ticaret) ufak tefek giderler
petty expenses
(Ticaret) düşük tutardaki giderler
reconstruction expenses
yeniden inşa masrafları
recover one's expenses
masrafını çıkarmak
reduction of expenses
masraflarda indirim
reimbursement of expenses
(Ticaret) masrafları iade etme
salvage expenses
(Kanun) kurtarma masrafları
start up expenses
(Ticaret) kuruluş giderleri
substituted expenses
(Ticaret) ikame edilen masraflar
sundry expenses
(Ticaret) çeşitli masraflar
sundry expenses
(Ticaret) müteferrik giderler
sundry factory expenses
(Ticaret) çeşitli üretim masrafları
sundry office expenses
(Ticaret) muhtelif idare masrafları
take on the expenses
masrafları üstlenmek
trading expenses
(Ticaret) ticari masraflar
travel expenses
(Ticaret) yol gideri
unusual depreciation expenses
(Ticaret) anormal amortisman giderleri
upkeep expenses
(Ticaret) bakım ve tamir giderleri
warehouse expenses
(Ticaret) mağaza masrafları
İngilizce - İngilizce
Costs such as salaries, rent, office supplies, advertising, and taxes Listed in the operating expenses category on the statement of earnings
The costs incurred to purchase specific goods or services BACK TO TOP
Charges incurred, whether paid or unpaid, for operation, maintenance, interest, and other charges which are presumed to benefit the current fiscal period *NOTE: Legal provisions sometimes make it necessary to treat as expenses some charges whose benefits extend over future periods For example, purchases of materials and supplies which may be used over a period of more than one year and payments for insurance which is to be in force for a period longer than one year frequently must be charged in their entirety to the appropriation of the year in which they are incurred and classified as expenses of that year even though their benefits extend also to other periods
Charges incurred, whether paid or unpaid, for operation, maintenance, interest, and other charges presumed to benefit the current fiscal period
The costs of operating a business Unlike the cost of an asset, the cost of an expense does not provide a future benefit to the business Therefore, its effect is a reduction in owner's equity
Charges against a company's revenues Expenses are used to describe an outlay of funds by a company to cover costs incurred for producing and distributing products, selling, general and administrative functions
Expenditures for business items that have no future life (such as rent, utilities, or wages) and are incurred in conducting normal business activities
The amounts spent or committed by an MCO to pay for covered benefits and their administration
things you pay money for - both needs and wants
Outflow or other use of assets or incurrence of liabilities (or a combination of both) from delivering or producing goods, rendering services or carrying out other activities that constitute the entity's ongoing major or central operation
Outflows or other depletion of assets or incurrence of liabilities during a specific period of time which result from the delivery or production of goods, rendering of services, or carrying out of other activities that constitute the entity's ongoing major central operations
plural of expense
are consumptions or losses of future economic benefits, in the form of reductions in assets or increases in liabilities of Defence, other than those relating to distributions to the Commonwealth, that result in a decrease in equity during the reporting period
Costs paid out in connection with booking of cargo and arranging transport (e g commission) Expiration Termination of a certain period
Gross decreases in assets or gross increases in liabilities (or a combination of both) from delivering or purchasing goods, rendering services, and other mandated activities
Costs incurred in the normal course of business to generate revenues
Are consumption or losses of future economic benefits in the form of reductions in assets or increases in liabilities of the entity
The charges consultancies make for expenditure incurred on client programmes, such as print, travel, telephones, mailing costs etc Usually charged monthly in arrears against agreed budgets and often with some items subject to standard consultancy mark-ups
Outgoings you incur in the running of your business, employment, property letting and so on, or on the purchase or sale of an asset
costs incurred (other than purchases) to carry on a business
For federal income tax purposes, expenses are divided into four categories: (1) trade or business expenses, (2) expenses in connection with production of income, in connection with management, conservation, or maintenance of property held for production of income, (3) expenses in connection with the determination, collection, or refund of any tax, and (4) personal, family, or living expenses Expenses in the first three categories are generally deductible in determining taxable income Expenses in the fourth category are not deductible, except in a few cases (medical expenses, charitable contributions, etc ) in which they are specifically allowed by law Expenses are to be distinguished from "capital expenditures," defined elsewhere in this glossary
Outflows or other using up of assets or incurrence of liabilities (or a combination of both) during a period from delivering or producing goods, rendering services, or carrying out other activities that constitute the entity’s ongoing major or central operations
{i} charges that an employee incurs in the performance of work (such as travel expenses), expenditures of a business
are the daily costs incurred in running and maintaining a business
The cost of goods, services, and facilities used or absorbed in the generation of current revenue
Those general charges or expenses in any business which cannot be charged up as belonging exclusively to any particular part of the work or product, as where different kinds of goods are made, or where there are different departments in a business; called also fixed, establishment, or (in a manufacturing business) administration, selling, and distribution, charges, etc
The costs incurred to purchase specific goods or services Top of Page
expenses and income
outgoing and incoming funds (in an account)
expenses payable
current obligations that a business must pay (Accounting)
extra expenses
additional expenses
expense
A spending or consuming. Often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds

Husband nature's riches from expense.

expense
To charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works

It should be acceptable to expense a business lunch with a client.

expense
That which is expended, laid out, or consumed. Sometimes with the notion of loss or damage to those on whom the expense falls
incidental expenses
plural form of incidental expense
operating expenses
plural form of operating expense
traveling expenses
expenditure incurred by an employee on account of a journey on official business
expense
the laying out or expending or money or other resources, as time or strength
expense
{n} money expended, charge, cost, loss, wast
expense
jactura
accrued expenses
expenses incurred during an accounting period for which payment is postponed
covered the expenses
paid the costs, paid the expenses
cutting down on expenses
curtailing expenditures/spending
daily expenses
{i} daily expenditures, expenses that are expended every day
depreciation expenses
expenditures recorded in a profit and loss report indicating a decrease in the value of company assets (Accounting)
expense
Your policy's share of the company's operating costs-fees for medical examinations and inspection reports, underwriting, printing costs, commissions, advertising, agency expenses, premium taxes, salaries, rent, etc Such costs are important in determining dividends and premium rates
expense
{i} charges
expense
a detriment or sacrifice; "at the expense of" amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures) money spent to perform work and usually reimbursed by an employer; "he kept a careful record of his expenses at the meeting
expense
If you do something at someone's expense, they provide the money for it. Should architects continue to be trained for five years at public expense?
expense
A policy's share of the company's operating costs, fees for medical examinations and inspection reports, underwriting, printing costs, commissions, advertising, agency expenses, premium taxes, salaries, rent, etc Such costs are important in determining dividends and premium rates (H)
expense
The cost of a product or service A business subtracts its expenses from the money it takes in from sales to figure its profit
expense
Costs which are charged against income when they are incurred Examples are
expense
money spent to perform work and usually reimbursed by an employer; "he kept a careful record of his expenses at the meeting"
expense
Any operating cost, such as rent, utilities and payroll, as distinguished from capital expenditure for long-term property and equipment For mutual funds, a fund's cost of doing business All of a mutual fund's expenses are disclosed in its prospectus as a percentage of assets
expense
Money spent
expense
disapproval If you say that someone does something at the expense of another thing, you are expressing concern at the fact that they are not doing the second thing, because the first thing uses all their resources. The orchestra has more discipline now, but at the expense of spirit
expense
Total value of all of the resources consumed in producing goods and services
expense
A cost relating to the operations of an accounting period or to the revenue earned during the period or the benefits of which do not extend beyond that period
expense
A spending or consuming; disbursement; expenditure
expense
The consumption of assets for the purpose of generating revenue
expense
An entry (or account) which records the outflow of assets from the University such as payroll charges, payments to contractors, and rent
expense
Expense is the money that something costs you or that you need to spend in order to do something. He's bought a specially big TV at vast expense so that everyone can see properly It was not a fortune but would help to cover household expenses
expense
Actual or expected cash outflows or incurrence of liabilities that result from the ongoing operation of a company
expense
A charge submitted for payment under an employee benefit plan
expense
That which is expended, laid out, or consumed; cost; outlay; charge; sometimes with the notion of loss or damage to those on whom the expense falls; as, the expenses of war; an expense of time
expense
The cost of an item not subject to depreciation but included in the current operating costs of the university Individual items of equipment or furniture, with a unit cost less than $1,000 00 or a useful life of less than 2 years, are expense items charged to account number 8905 or 8906, respectively
expense
An expense is caused by a transaction or event arising during the ordinary activities of the business which causes a decrease in the ownership interest
expense
The outflow of assets or the incurring of liabilities (or both) during a period as a result of rendering services, delivering or producing goods, or carrying out other normal operating activities
expense
Expenses are amounts of money that you spend while doing something in the course of your work, which will be paid back to you afterwards. As a member of the International Olympic Committee her fares and hotel expenses were paid by the IOC Can you claim this back on expenses?
expense
{i} cost, price, payment
expense
A fund's cost of doing business All of a fund's expenses are disclosed in the prospectus as a percentage of assets
expense
If you go to the expense of doing something, you do something which costs a lot of money. If you go to great expense to do something, you spend a lot of money in order to achieve it. Why go to the expense of buying an electric saw when you can hire one?
expense
If someone laughs or makes a joke at your expense, they do it to make you seem foolish. I think he's having fun at our expense
expense
A decrease in owner's equity resulting from the operation of a business
expense
That which is expended, laid out, or consumed; cost; outlay; charge; -- sometimes with the notion of loss or damage to those on whom the expense falls; as, the expenses of war; an expense of time
expense
A business's cost for such things as rent, electricity, and worker's pay Your cost for such things as movies, snacks, clothes, and music
expense
The overhead cost involved in running the business, aside from losses of claims To an insurer, the cost of putting business on the books (See also: expense loading )
expense
amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)
expense
An individual’s cost or obligation to meet a need or pay a debt
expense
a detriment or sacrifice; "at the expense of"
expense
Websters calls it "a spending or consuming; disbursement, expenditure What's important about expenses for the purpose of business accounting is that expenses are deductible against taxable income Common expenses are rent, salaries, advertising, travel, etc Questions arise because some businesses have trouble distinguishing between expenses and purchase of assets, especially with development expenses When your business purchases office equipment, if you call that an expense then you can deduct that amount from taxable income, so it reduces taxes
expense
- Costs created in the process of generating revenues or operating a business May be a cash expense or accounting (non-cash) expense
expense
amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures) money spent to perform work and usually reimbursed by an employer; "he kept a careful record of his expenses at the meeting
expense
Courting popularity at his partys expense
expense
If you achieve something at the expense of someone, you do it in a way which might cause them some harm or disadvantage. According to this study, women have made notable gains at the expense of men
expense
Loss
financing expenses
(Accounting) raising money or taking out loans to cover business expenses (including interest and linkage differentials)
fixed expenses
Those expenses which remain the same regardless of circumstances
fixed expenses
Costs that remain relatively constant in total as the level of activity changes
fixed expenses
Operating expenses that generally do not vary with occupancy and which prudent management will pay whether the property is occupied or vacant
fixed expenses
Expenses (costs) that do not vary with output, but remain the same
fixed expenses
Periodic ongoing costs that comprise your regular living expenses and to which you are committed Rent or mortgage payments, property taxes, personal taxes, insurance premiums, etc are prime examples Top of Page
fixed expenses
Fixed business costs that do not change with the volume of business, such as rent for business premises, insurance payments, utilities, etc
incidental expenses
small costs, occasional expenses
loading of overhead expenses
charging of a business' overhead costs to different accounts (such as rental costs vs. production costs)
marginal expenses
minor expenses
meet expenses
pay, cover expenses, pay costs
operating expenses
The actual costs associated with operating a property, including maintenance, repairs, management, utilities, taxes and insurance A landlord's definition of operating expenses is likely to be quite broad covering most aspects of operating the building
operating expenses
The amount paid for asset maintenance or the cost of doing business, excluding depreciation Earnings are distributed after operating expenses are deducted
operating expenses
normal expenses that occur in operating your business
operating expenses
All the expenses resulting from the ongoing operations of BPA Net interest expense is excluded and reported separately to allow the financial statement user to compute the interest coverage ratio
operating expenses
Those recurring expenses that are essential to the continuous operation and maintenance of a property Operating expenses are generally divided into the following categories: fixed expenses such as real property taxes and building insurance; variable costs such as utilities, payroll, administration and property management fees; and reserves for replacement Operating expenses do not include items such as mortgage payments, capital expenditures and depreciation
operating expenses
The expenses associated with the operation of the transit agency, and classified by function or activity and the goods and services purchased It is the sum of "Vehicle Operations," "Vehicle Maintenance," "Non-Vehicle Maintenance," and "General Administration " Alternatively, it is the sum of the various object classes listed below
operating expenses
Expenses incurred directly with the sale of merchandise (selling expenses) and/or those expenses incurred in the general operation of a business (general or administrative expenses)
operating expenses
The cost of doing business Operating expenses are deducted from revenues, and the result is, hopefully, profits
operating expenses
(1) As used in the accounts of governmental enterprises, the term means those costs which are necessary to the maintenance of the enterprise, the rendering of services, the sale of merchandise, the production and disposition of commodities produced, and the collection of enterprise revenues (2) The term is also sometimes used to describe expenses for general governmental purposes
operating expenses
Business costs paid from a fund's assets before earnings are distributed to shareholders These include management fees and 12b-1 fees and other expenses
operating expenses
– administrative and operational expenses such as salaries and wages, supplies and materials, depreciation, and the maintenance of offices of the Social Security System (SSS)
operating expenses
The business expenses that mutual fund companies pass on to shareholders, including management fees and 12 b-1 fees These costs are paid from a fund's assets before earnings are distributed to shareholders
operating expenses
The day-to-day costs of running a business paid from a fund's assets before earnings are distributed to shareholders See also Expense Ratio
other assets and deferred expenses
section of a balance sheet that details immaterial assets (Accounting)
out-of-pocket expenses
small amounts of money that you have to spend as part of your job, and get back from your employer
overhead expenses
general costs associated with running a business (i.e. rent, heating, taxes, etc.)
pare down one's expenses
reduce expenses, cut back expenditures
prepaid expenses
current asset that indicates amounts paid but will only be credited during the next accounting period, advances to customers (Accounting)
pull in expenses
cut costs, reduce expenses
share expenses
break up the costs amongst several people
surplus expenses
expenses that are not fully recognized for tax purposes
variable expenses
Operating expenses that vary with the volume of business For example, shipping supplies increase as the volume of items sold increases See also direct cost
variable expenses
Costs or payments that may vary from month to month (for example, grocery bills)
variable expenses
kinds of spending that can be controlled and typically change from month to month For example, groceries can be a variable expense You can choose to buy expensive food, (steak, lobster, lamb chops, or shrimp) or inexpensive food (chicken legs, turkey, hamburger) With variable expenses, you have choices
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    [ ik-'spen(t)s ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Anglo-French or Late Latin; Anglo-French, from Late Latin expensa, from Latin, feminine of expensus, past participle of expendere.

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