liabilities

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Kanun,Ticaret) pasifler
(Kanun) pasif borçlar
(Politika, Siyaset) pasif (kaynaklar)
(Ticaret) ödenecek borç
(Kanun) kefillik
(Ticaret) borçlar toplamı
(Ticaret) pasif yükümlülükler
(Ticaret) pasif bilanço
sorumluluklar
(Kanun) kefalet
(Ticaret) taahhüt
(Kanun) yabancı sermaye
üstlenme
düyun
(Ticaret) kısa vadeli borçlar
borç
sorumluluk
pasif
(Ticaret) yükümlülükler

Onun planının hem erdemleri hem de yükümlülükleri vardır. - His plan has both virtues and liabilities.

mesuliyet
liability
yükümlülük
liability
sorumluluk

Başka bir sorumluluk almak istemiyorum. - I don't want to take on another liability.

liabilities assumed
(Ticaret) üstlenilen borçlar
liabilities to tax
(Ticaret) vergi yükümlülüğü
liabilities to outsiders
üçüncü şahıslara borçlar
liabilities account
(Ticaret) pasif hesabı
liabilities dividend
(Ticaret) tahvil olarak verilen kar
liabilities dividend
(Ticaret) tahvilat ihracı
liabilities due
(Ticaret) vadesi gelmiş borçlar
liabilities for endorsement
(Ticaret) ciroda sorumluluk
liabilities ratio
(Ticaret) borçlar oranı
liabilities reserve
(Ticaret) tahakkuk etmiş borçlar
liabilities to an outsider
(Ticaret) harice karşı borç
liabilities to an outsider
(Ticaret) üçüncü şahsa olan borç
liability
yük/pasif/sorumluluk
liability
(Avrupa Birliği) sorumluluk, mükellefiyet
accrued liabilities
(Ticaret) borç tahakkukları
accrued liabilities
(Ticaret) ödenecek borçlar
employer's liabilities
(Ticaret) işverenin sorumlulukları
excess liabilities
(Ticaret) aşkın sorumluluklar
genuine liabilities
(Ticaret) gerçek pasifler
liability
(Ticaret) mali sorumluluk
liability
(Ticaret) yabancı kaynak
liability
(Kanun) pasifler
liability
yüküm
liability
engel
liability
(Ticaret) zimmet
liability
borç
long term liabilities
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli yabancı kaynaklar
accrued liabilities
tahakkuk etmiş giderler
assets and liabilities
aktif ve pasif
foreign liabilities
dış borçlar
foreign liabilities
yabancı borçlar
incur liabilities
borca girmek
liability
ödenecek borç
liability
eğilim
accrued liabilities
tahakkuk eden borçlar
assets and liabilities
Bir işletmenin aktifleri ve pasifleri
expected liabilities
beklenen yükümlülükler
fixed liabilities
uzun vadeli borçlar
foreign liabilities
yabancı borçlar, dış borçlar
liability
(çoğ.) borçların toplamı, pasif
liability
Taahhüt
liability
(Kanun) Amerikada toplu taşıt sigortasının yapılması gereken zorunlu minimum kısmının yasal adı. Liability coverage
occurred liabilities
Tahakkuk eden borçlar
total liabilities
borç yekûnu
total liabilities
borç tutarı
assumed liabilities
(Ticaret) öngörülen yükümlülükler
criminal liabilities
(Kanun) cezai sorumluluk
decrease in liabilities
(Ticaret) pasiflerde azalma
deferred liabilities
(Ticaret) peşin alınmış gelirler
incur liabilities
borçlanmak
liability
(Askeri) BORÇ, MÜKELLEFİYET: Ödeme, uzatma, ileri bir tarihte iade suretiyle tasfiyesi gereken borç veya kanuni vecibe ve masraf
liability
{i} tic. borç
liability
borçların toplamı
liability
{i} k.dili. dert; birine yük olan kimse; dert kaynağı olan şey
liability
düyun
liability
mesuliyet
monetary liabilities
(Ticaret) parasal borçlar
obligations and liabilities
(Ticaret) borç ve yükümlülükler
obligations or liabilities
(Ticaret) yükümlülük veya sorumluluk
shareholder's liabilities
(Ticaret) hissedarların sorumluluğu
stated liabilities
(Ticaret) kayıtlarda gözüken borçlar
stated liabilities
(Ticaret) beyan edilmiş borçlar
İngilizce - İngilizce
An amount of money in a company that is owed to someone and has to be paid in the future, such as tax, debt, interest, and mortgage payments
plural form of liability
debt(s) of the business that must be repaid at a future date Short-term debts such as bank overdrafts, creditors etc which are expected to fall due during the accounting period, normally one year
The sum of debts or obligations of a business Normally, the liabilities appear on the credit side of a balance sheet This may be further broken down into current liabilities, long-term liabilities, etc
All the claims against a corporation Liabilities include accounts, wages and salaries payable; dividends declared payable; accrued taxes payable; and fixed or long-term liabilities, such as mortgage bonds, debentures and bank loans
All debts and obligations of a company
Obligations measurable in monetary terms that represent amounts owed to creditors, governments, employees, and other parties
These are the debts and obligations of a company Current liabilities are debts due and payable within one year Long-term liabilities are those payable after one year Liabilities are found on a company's balance sheet
the financial responsibilities and obligations of an individual or firm such as debt, accounts payable, etc
A person's financial obligations Liabilities include long-term and short-term debt
A individual's debts and financial obligations
Amounts owed for items received, services rendered, expenses incurred, assets acquired, construction performed (regardless of whether invoices have been received), and amounts received but as yet unearned Included are amounts owed for goods in the hands of contractors under the constructive delivery concept (when the records of the agency provide such information), and amounts owed under grants, pensions, awards, and other indebtedness not involving the furnishing of goods and services The two classifications occurring most frequently are the following
The financial obligations that a company has to outside creditors (b)
The financial obligations of the business Amounts owing to suppliers, or lines of credit are examples
{i} financial obligations recorded in the balance sheet of a business; debts of a company or of a person; damages that can be caused by an unanticipated release of contaminating substances into the environment (Envirionmental Protection)
A borrower's debt or other financial obligations
A borrower’s debts and financial obligations
Your debts and other monetary obligations
Debts owed by the business See "Current Liabilities" and "Long-Term Liabilities "
Those amounts which are owed by a borrower or company They will be classified as current liabilities, those coming due within a year, or long-term liabilities, those due after one year from the date of the statement
Financial obligations, debts, claims or potential losses For example, a company's debts to a lender, a supplier of goods and services, a tax authority and others Listed on the consolidated balance sheets See also assets, equity
A person's financial obligations Liabilities include long-term and short-term debt, as well as any other amounts that are owed to others
The claims against a corporation or other entity They include accounts payable, wages and salaries, dividends, taxes and obligations such as bonds, debentures and bank loans See current liabilities and total liabilities BACK TO TOP
A person's financial obligations including both long-term and short-term debt, as well as any other amounts that are owed to others
anything that is owed to someone else
debts and other amounts owed by the business to creditors
Money owed or expected to be owed Insurance company financial statements, for instance, show assets and liabilities (G)
The debts or obligations of a person
plural of liability
Probable future sacrifices of economic benefits arising from present obligations of a particular entity to transfer assets or provide services to other entities in the future as a result of past transactions or events
liability
the likelihood of something happening
liability
the condition of being liable
liability
a handicap that holds one back
liability
{n} exposedness, tendency to, responsibility, a state of being answerable
assets and liabilities
all liquid and property owned and all obligations due
assets and liabilities management
handling one's holdings property and debts
current liabilities
section of a balance statement which details the debts that a business must repay during the current year (Accounting)
current liabilities in foreign currency
foreign currency debt that a business is obliged to repay during the current year
current maturities of long term liabilities
section of long term loans that the business must pay back during the present fiscal year
liability
In terms of foreign exchange , the obligation to deliver to a counterparty an amount of currency either in respect of a balance sheet holding at a specified future date or in respect of an un-matured forward or spot transaction
liability
Any legal obligation, either due now or at some time in the future It could be a debt or a promise to do something To say a person is "liable" for a debt or wrongful act is to indicate that they are the person responsible for paying the debt or compensating the wrongful act
liability
A debt or financial obligation
liability
a broad legal term In general, a debt owed The condition of being actually or potentially subject to an obligation; a condition of being responsible for a possible or actual loss, penalty, evil, expense or burden; a condition which creates a duty to perform an act immediately or in the future
liability
Liability refers to the responsibility for charges to an account Generally, a cardholder agrees to be liable for any charges to his or her account, including purchases, fees and finance charges If the cardholder allows someone else to make charges to his or her account (through, for example, an additional card), the cardholder is still responsible for paying the bill Two people who apply for a card together may both be responsible for the entire balance Your liability is described in the cardholder agreement you receive from the issuer Be sure to read it carefully
liability
A legal responsibility, obligation, or debt
liability
The state of being liable; as, the liability of an insurer; liability to accidents; liability to the law
liability
the state of being legally obliged and responsible
liability
Liability with regard to your student loan essentially means that you have a legal responsibility to pay back the money you borrowed plus interest So, when you take out a student loan, you are legally responsible (liable) to pay the loan back
liability
the quality of being something that holds you back the state of being legally obliged and responsible
liability
* Any sort of legal obligation, including, for example, the obligation of a corporation to pay wages or taxes The liabilities most often discussed in this Ethics Center are those to compensate for injury or to clean up toxic contamination Legal liability to compensate for an injury or to clean up contamination does not necessarily require that one have caused the injury or contamination, or that one is guilty in a moral sense Under the doctrine of strict liability a party may be liable without having been guilty of negligence, for example
liability
A financial obligation, or the cash outlay that must be made at a specific time to satisfy the contractual terms of such an obligation
liability
Legal responsibility to repay debt
liability
the sum of one's pecuniary obligations; opposed to assets
liability
an obligation, debt or responsibility owed to someone
liability
(Ticaret) An outstanding claim against an organization which may include wages payable, accounts payable, short or long term loans, bonds, etc
liability
Liability is any legally enforceable obligation Liability insurance covers you for money you are legally obliged to pay because a court has found that you were responsible for damage to another person's property
liability
Liability is a term that broadly means legal responsibility If you run a stop sign and hit another car, you may be found liable for the damages to the other driver's auto Back to Top
liability
A financial obligation, debt, claim, or potential loss
liability
the quality of being something that holds you back
liability
Any legal obligation for which a person is responsible
liability
That which one is under obligation to pay, or for which one is liable
liability
Liability for something such as debt or crime is the legal responsibility for it; a technical term in law [3]
liability
the amount you are responsible for when speaking about credit cards
liability
{i} financial obligation; debt; responsibility, obligation; disadvantage, handicap; likelihood
liability
A company's or organization's liabilities are the sums of money which it owes. The company had assets of $138 million and liabilities of $120.5 million. asset see also liable
liability
Your legal responsibility to pay for injury to someone else or damage to their property
liability
Liability is the amount of money that a portfolio account owes For example, if one buys stocks on margin, the margin loan amount would represent the account's liability Similarly, if one goes short, the securities loaned would be the liability
liability
Broadly, any legally enforceable obligation
liability
Any legal responsibility, duty or obligation
liability
If you say that someone or something is a liability, you mean that they cause a lot of problems or embarrassment. As the president's prestige continues to fall, they're clearly beginning to consider him a liability. what was once a vote catching policy, is now a political liability
liability
Any legally enforceable obligation
liability
Legal responsibility for an act or failure to act
liability
an obligation to pay money to another party
liability
Any sort of legal obligation, including, for example, the obligation of a corporation to pay wages or taxes The liabilities most often discussed in this Ethics Center are those to compensate for injury or to clean up toxic contamination Legal liability to compensate for an injury or to clean up contamination does not necessarily require that one have caused the injury or contamination, or that one is guilty in a moral sense Under the doctrine of strict liability a party may be liable without having been guilty of negligence, for example
liability
A legal obligation to pay a debt owed Current liabilities are debts payable within twelve months Long-term liabilities are debts payable over a period of more than twelve months
long term liabilities
column in a ledger that details the debts that a business will have to pay off in the coming years (Accounting)
short term liabilities
clause in a statement which lists the debts that a business must repay during the current year (Accounting)
liabilities

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