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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Ticaret) uzun dönem

Devlet ceza evinden üç uzun dönem mahkum kaçtı. - Three long-term inmates of the state penitentiary have just escaped.

Avrupa için uzun dönemli bir vizyon eksikliği var. - There is a lack of long-term vision for Europe.

uzun süreli

Uzun süreli işsizlik çok sinir bozucu ve moral bozucu olabilir. - Long-term unemployment can be very frustrating and demoralising.

Eğer eşiniz bir vatandaş ise uzun süreli bir vize almak daha kolay olabilir. - It may be easier to get a long-term visa if your spouse is a citizen.

uzun vadeli

Uzun vadeli çıkarların uğruna, biz geliştirme departmanını satmaya karar verdik. - For the sake of long-term interests, we have decided to sell the development department.

Uzun vadeli faiz oranları yükseldi. - Long-term interest rates have surged.

(Hukuk) uzun vade
long-term credit
uzun vadeli kredi
long-term asset
uzun vadeli varlık
long-term capital outflow
(Ekonomi) Uzun vadeli sermaye çıkışı
long-term memory
uzun süreli bellek
long-term objective
uzun vadeli hedefi
long-term stability
uzun süreli duraylılık
long term
(Ticaret) uzun vade
long term care
(Tıp) uzun süreli bakım
long term commitments
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli taahhütler
long term credit
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli kredi
long term debt
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli borç
long term forecast
(Coğrafya) uzun dönemli tahmin
long term investment
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli yatırım
long term lease
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli kira
long term liabilities
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli yabancı kaynaklar
long term loan
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli borç
long term securities
(Ticaret) bağlı menkul kıymetler
long term stability
(Tıp) uzun süreli stabilite
in the long term
uzun vadede
long term
uzun vadeli

Senin uzun vadeli planların nedir? - What are your long term plans?

a long term
uzun vadeli
long term potentiation
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Uzun süreli potansiyel artışı (USPA): Presinaptik sınır hücresinin yüksek frekansla (tekrar tekrar) uyarılmasının, uyarıcı postsinaptik potansiyelde yarattığı uzun süreli bir artış. Başka bir deyişle, sinirsel bir yol ne kadar sık kullanılırsa, aynı yolu gelecekte de kullanmak o kadar kolaylaşır. Yine başka bir deyişle, tetiklenmeleri ilişkili birbirine bağlı iki sınır hücresi, gelecekte de birbiriyle ilişkili olarak tetiklenecektir
inthe long term
(deyim) uzak gelecek icin plan yapmak
long term
uzun süreli
long term
uzun süre

Sanırım onun hakkında uzun süre düşündüğünde o farklıdır. - I suppose it's different when you think about it over the long term.

long term
uzun süren
long term agreement
(Sigorta) uzun vadede sözleşme
long term assets
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli varlıklar
long term borrowing cost
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli borçlanma gideri
long term compensation
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli tazminat
long term contract
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli sözleşme
long term defense program
long term disability
(Tıp) uzun süreli sakatlık
long term disability
(Ticaret) uzun süreli işgörememezlik
long term disability
(Sigorta) uzun vadeli sakatlık
long term discount
(Sigorta) uzun vadeli indirim
long term draft
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli poliçe
long term fuel trim
uzun dönem yakıt kesme
long term investments
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli yatırımlar
long term memory
(Dilbilim) uzun erimli bellek
long term planning
uzun süreli tasarlama
long term receivable
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli alacaklar
long term receivables
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli alacaklar
long term requirement
(Askeri) uzun dönemli ihtiyaç
long term time horizon
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli zaman
long term trade receivables
(Ticaret) ticari alcaklar
uzun süreli
uzun vadeli
İngilizce - İngilizce
extending over a relatively long time period
Definition used of loans with an original or extended maturity of more than one year
When you talk about what happens in the long term, you are talking about what happens over a long period of time, either in the future or after a particular event. In the long term the company hopes to open in Moscow and other major cities Over the long term, such measures may only make the underlying situation worse. continuing for a long period of time into the future, or relating to what will happen in the distant future   short term
Something that is long-term has continued for a long time or will continue for a long time in the future. A new training scheme to help the long-term unemployed is expected The association believes new technology will provide a long-term solution to credit card fraud. short-term
In accounting terms, one-year or longer
In accounting information, one year or greater
A stay that exceeds six months, or frequent visits occurring in at least six consecutive months Since long-term users are performing research for extended periods of time, they are required to obtain Safety Training equivalent to that of BNL laboratory employees Upon successful completion of the training, they will qualify for a permanent radiation badge
A subjective term indicating the longest time period used in terms of investments At a minimum, it applies to a timeframe of 1 year, but usually at least 2 years or more Wags define a long-term investment as a short-term investment that is showing a loss See also Medium-term & Short-term
Time-span between one year and 10 years
relating to or extending over a relatively long time; "the long-run significance of the elections"; "the long-term reconstruction of countries damaged by the war"; "a long-term investment"
Action governed by a plan generally taking place over a period (specified) longer than 20 years from the present
The period starting ten years following implementation of the Resource Management Plan For most analyses, long-term impacts are defined as those existing 100 years after implementation
In accounting terms, one year or longer
Usually held to be 5 to 10 years or more
In accounting conventions, refers to debt with a term to maturity of more than 1 year
With reference to a debt instrument, having a maturity of ten years or more 18
long-term potentiation
a long-lasting (hours in vitro, weeks to months in vivo) increase, typically in amplitude, of the response of a postsynaptic neuron to a particular pattern of stimuli from a presynaptic neuron
long-term asset
Long-term assets or noncurrent assets are those assets usually in service over one year such as lands and buildings, plants and equipment, and long-term investments. These often receive favorable tax treatment over current assets. Tangible long-term assets are usually referred to as fixed assets
long-term memory
memory of things that occurred a long time ago
long-term memory
your general store of remembered information
long-term planning
planning for a long period of time, long-range planning
long-term position
position that will last for a long period of time
long-term solution
long-range solution, solution that will be viable over a long period of time
in the long term
After a very long time; eventually; over a long period of time; more generally
Long Term Relationship
Long term relationship is a common, contemporary term for intimate interpersonal relationships that may be lifelong and may or may not consist of marriage. Long term relationships are considered the opposite of casual relationships, which are short in duration. People often consider about six months as a reasonable milestone for a relationship to be recognized as long term. The notation "LTR" is used to designate "long term relationship" in personals advertisements. In some countries, when a long term relationship that is neither a marriage nor a civil union ends and both partners have a financial interest in the relationship, a suit for palimony may be filed by one or both partners
long term potentiation
(Tıp, İlaç) A long-lasting strengthening of the response of a postsynaptic nerve cell to stimulation across the synapse that occurs with repeated stimulation and is thought to be related to learning and long-term memory ¯ abbreviation LTP
current maturities of long term liabilities
section of long term loans that the business must pay back during the present fiscal year
long term
  The time-scale of the forest owner or manager as manifested by the objectives of the management plan, the rate of harvesting, and the commitment to maintain permanent forest cover   The length of time involved will vary according to the context and ecological conditions, and will be a function of how long it takes a given ecosystem to recover its natural structure and composition following harvesting or disturbance, or to produce mature or primary conditions
long term
holding period of 12 months or longer and applicable in calculating the capital gains tax investment approach to the stock market in which an investor seeks appreciation by holding a stock for 12 months or more bond with a maturity of 10 years or longer Back to the top of the page
long term
A time span sufficiently long that we must plan it in terms of subdivisions
long term
In life insurance, refers to a straight term policy providing coverage for a long period of time and frequently having accumulating cash values Life expectancy (term to expectancy) that is written for a term of years extended to the end of the policyowner's life expectancy
long term
Long term refers to a period lasting more than a year Bonds, pensions, and even vacation benefits are often long term items
long term
1 An extended period of time 2 A period of time long enough to allow a good bit of uncertainty 3 A year or more
long term
Would last beyond a 10-year period
long term
A period of time which is long enough to be concerned about the impacts of changing technologies, including support for new media and data formats, on the information held in the ARCHIVE
long term
When you're talking about investing, the term refers to the length of time you hold an investment Long term is generally 5 years and beyond
long term
long period, lengthy cycle, long range
long term
1: Referring to bonds--a bond with a maturity of ten years or longer
long term
- A defined timescale over which certain actions are to be carried out For the purposes of this plan it is defined as "ideally to be completed 10 years from the start of the plan's implementation but certainly within 15 years" (See SHORT TERM, MEDIUM TERM, ONGOING)
long term credit
credit that is good for a period of three years or more
long term investment
(Economics) investment in securities for a relatively long period of time (generally longer than one year)
long term liabilities
column in a ledger that details the debts that a business will have to pay off in the coming years (Accounting)
long term linked deposit
deposit in Israeli currency to a fund that is linked to the financial index
long term loan
loan which is taken for a long period of time

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    /ˈlôɴɢˈtərm/ /ˈlɔːŋˈtɜrm/


    [ 'lo[ng]-'t&rm ] (adjective.) 1904. long + term


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