deficit

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} (bütçe, hesap v.b.'nde) açık; zarar
{i} eksiklik
{i} hesap açığı
açık hesap
(bütçe/hesap) açık
açık

Şirket ilk çeyrekte 400 milyon dolar açık verdi. - The company incurred a deficit of $400 million during the first quarter.

Düşük vergiler açıklara neden olmaz. - Lower taxes don't cause deficits.

{i} dezavantaj
(Askeri) AÇIK, HESAP AÇIĞI: Bak. "deficiency (1) "
açık,zarar
eksik/açık
bütçe
açık (mali)
hesap açık
âçığı
(Hukuk) eksik
deficit balance
(Ticaret) ödemeler dengesi
deficit of the balance of payments
ödemeler dengesi açığı
deficit country
dış ödemeler dengesi açık veren ülke
deficit account
(Ticaret) borçlu bakiye veren hesap
deficit financing
açıp kapama
deficit funding
(Politika, Siyaset) hesap açığı fonu
deficit spending
bütçe açığı
deficit spending
(Ticaret) açık bütçe harcamaları
deficit spending
giderin gelirden fazla olması
definite deficit
katı açık
definite deficit
(Ticaret) kati açık
attention deficit
dikkat eksikliği
deficits
(Ticaret) açıklar

Ticaret açıkları iyi mi yoksa kötü mü? - Are trade deficits good or bad?

Düşük vergiler açıklara neden olmaz. - Lower taxes don't cause deficits.

government deficit
(Ticaret) kamu açığı
government deficit
(Ticaret) bütçe açığı
meet the deficit
açığı kapatmak
meet the deficit
açık gidermek
structural deficit
(Ticaret) yapısal açık
account deficit
hesap açığı
budget deficit
bütçe açığı

Bir bütçe açığını finanse etmek için ortak bir yöntem tahviller çıkarmaktır. - A common way to finance a budget deficit is to issue bonds.

Dev bir federal bütçe açığı, yıllardır Amerikan ekonomisinin başına bela oldu. - A huge federal budget deficit has been plaguing the American economy for many years.

budgetary deficit
bütçe açığı
export deficit
ihracat açığı
final deficit
nihai açık
housing deficit
konut açıgı
manpower deficit
işgücü açığı
trade deficit
ticaret açığı
current account deficit
(Finans) Cârî işlem açığı
current deficit
Cari açık
deficits
açık söz
excessive deficit
çok büyük açık
fall into deficit
(Hesap) Açık vermek

Eurozone trade falls into deficit - Avro Bölgesi ticareti açık veriyor.

functional deficit
(Tıp, İlaç) İşlevsel eksiklik
housing deficit
konut açığı
in deficit
açığındaki
pulse deficit
(Tıp, İlaç) Kalbin düzensiz atımına bağlı olan nabız eksikliği, atışlar birbirine çok yakın aralıklarla olur ve kalp kan pompalayamaz
run a budget deficit
Bütçe açığı vermek

Sometimes governments reduce national savings by running budget deficits.

saturation deficit
doyma açığı
structural deficit
yapısal bozukluk
vapor pressure deficit
Buhar basıncı farkı
vapor pressure deficit
(Meteoroloji) Buhar basıncı açığı
actual deficit
(Ticaret) gerçekleşen açık
annual deficit
(Ticaret) yıllık açık
awareness deficit
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ayrımsama özürü
finance the deficit
(Ticaret) açığı karşılamak
finance the deficit
(Ticaret) cari açığı finanse etmek
growing deficit
(Ticaret) büyüyen açık
incipient deficit
yeni başlamış açık
incipient deficit
yeni çıkmış açık
incipient deficit
(Ticaret) yeni ortaya çıkan açık
merchandise trade deficit
(Ticaret) dış ticaret açığı
negligible deficit
(Ticaret) küçük açık
negligible deficit
(Ticaret) önemsiz açık
operational budget deficit
(Ticaret) işlevsel bütçe açığı
overall deficit
(Ticaret) toplam açık
overall deficit
(Ticaret) tüm olarak açık
oxygen deficit
oksijen eksiği
perceptual deficit
algısal kusur
potential deficit
(Ticaret) potansiyel açık
public sector deficit
(Ticaret) kamu sektörü açığı
removal of deficit
(Ticaret) açığın giderilmesi
rising deficit
(Ticaret) artan açık
settling the deficit
(Ticaret) dış açığın kapatılması
trade balance deficit
(Avrupa Birliği) dış ticaret açığı
trade deficit/gap
ticaret açığı
verbal deficit hypothesis
(Dilbilim) sözel eksiklik kuramı
visible deficit
(Ticaret) görünen açık
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Deficiency in amount or quality; a falling short; lack
A situation wherein, or amount whereby, spending exceeds government revenue
A deficit is the amount by which something is less than what is required or expected, especially the amount by which the total money received is less than the total money spent. They're ready to cut the federal budget deficit for the next fiscal year. If an account or organization is in deficit, more money has been spent than has been received. The current account of the balance of payments is in deficit. the difference between the amount of something that you have and the higher amount that you need shortfall (déficit, from deficit , from deficere; DEFECT)
{i} lack; shortage
A national budget deficit occurs when a country's public spending exceeds government revenues A current account deficit exists when exports and financial inflows from private and official transfers are worth less than the value of imports and transfer outflows A trade deficit occurs when imports of goods and services exceed exports
(1) The excess of liabilities and reserved equity of a fund over its assets (2) The excess of expenditures over revenues during an accounting period; or, in the case of Enterprise and Internal Service Funds, the excess of expense over income during an accounting period
The amount by which outlays exceed receipts in a given fiscal period (A surplus would be the amount by which receipts exceed outlays )
(1)  Excess of liabilities over assets   (2)  The excess of expenditures or expenses over revenues during an accounting period
The amount by which expenditures exceed revenues
– shortfall/deficiency of revenues over expenditures of the government
an excess of liabilities over assets (usually over a certain period)
the property of being an amount by which something is less than expected or required
The amount by which the government's spending exceeds its revenues in a single fiscal year
The amount each year by which government spending is greater than government income [FRBSF] (see also fiscal policy)
Expenditures exceed funds available; also "cost overrun"
A financial situation for an individual, company or government where expenses exceed income
shortfall/deficiency of revenues over expenditures of the government
A negative balance of trade (or payments); expenditures are greater than income/revenue
The amount by which expenditures exceed receipts in a given fiscal period
The amount each year by which government spending is greater than government income
The amount by which budget expenditures exceed government revenues, or income, in a given fiscal year
For a state, the fact of spending more than its revenues
The excess of the liabilities and reserves of a fund over its assets
the property of being an amount by which something is less than expected or required an excess of liabilities over assets (usually over a certain period)
The amount by which outlays exceed revenues in a given period, typically a fiscal year A negative deficit is equivalent to a surplus See surplus [Back to top]
Deficiency in amount or quality; a falling short; lack; as, a deficit in taxes, revenue, etc
An excess of liabilities over assets, of losses over profits, or of expenditure over income
Expenditures exceed funds available
A fiscal condition which may occur at the end of a fiscal year, whereby expenditures for a fiscal year exceed the actual cash intake of revenues during the same period plus to prior year surplus The deficit must be paid for out of the next year's revenues
an excess of expenses over income during a prescribed period and at a fixed moment in time
The shortfall between a government's revenues from taxation and its expenditures, in any one year It must then borrow money to meet its expenditures
Any excess of debits over credits at the end of a given accounting period (G,R)
Expenses exceed revenues
deficit budget
budget based on the calculation that estimated expenses will be greater than the income
deficit financing
Usually refers to deficits that are deliberately incurred as part of an effort to fight off a deflationary phase of the business cycle Deficits are financed by borrowing
deficit financing
a planned excess of expenditure over income Most governments often spend more than they raise in taxation, the difference being financed by borrowing (Bannock et al , 1992) (S6, II 1) chinese | russian
deficit financing
state in which expenses are higher than income
deficit financing
borrowing money with which to pay the expenses that exceed the revenues
deficit financing
In government, the practice of spending more money than is received as revenue, the difference being made up by borrowing or minting new funds. The term usually refers to a conscious attempt to stimulate the economy by lowering tax rates or increasing government expenditures. Critics of deficit financing regularly denounce it as an example of shortsighted government policy. Advocates argue that it can be used successfully in response to a recession or depression, proposing that the ideal of an annually balanced budget should give way to that of a budget balanced over the span of a business cycle. See also John Maynard Keynes; national debt
deficit financing
A situation in which the Federal government's excess of outlays over receipts for a given period is financed by borrowing from the public
deficit financing
The borrowing of money by government agencies to procure revenue shortages Deficit financing may stimulate the economy for a while, but usually ends up being an economic hindrance by pushing up interest rates
deficit spending
spending money raised by borrowing; used by governments to stimulate their economy
deficit spending
The spending of public funds obtained by borrowing rather than by taxation
attention deficit disorder
A syndrome formerly thought to affect children only, but now known to also affect adults, that is characterized by frequent, chronic distractibility, and either inattentiveness or hyperactivity (fidgeting)
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A developmental disorder in which a person has a persistent pattern of impulsiveness and inattention, with or without a component of hyperactivity
attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
Alternative form of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
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oxygen deficit
the difference between the oxygen uptake of the body at rest and during exercise
structural deficit
That portion of the public sector deficit which exists even when the economy is at potential. Government spending beyond government revenues at times of normal, predictable economic activity, as opposed to a cyclical deficit
trade deficit
A negative balance of trade
trade-deficit
Attributive form of trade deficit, noun
vapor pressure deficit
Vapour Pressure Deficit, or VPD, is the difference (deficit) between the amount of moisture in the air and how much moisture the air can hold when it is saturated
Apostrophe Deficit Disorder
{i} condition in which one is unable to use an apostrophe, ADD
actuarial deficit
deficit estimated or calculated by an actuary (one who calculates financial statistics)
attention deficit disorder
This is a term applied to children who consistently display sypmtoms such as inattention An inattentive child is characterised by consistantly growing bored with a task that has been set in front of them after only a few minutes Many times, children with ADD have difficulty focusing on schoolwork or any type of chore or duty they are asked to do
attention deficit disorder
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a neurobiological disorder That is, researchers believe that the symptoms are caused by chemicals in the brain that are not working properly As a result, many children and teenagers with ADD have problems with attention and learning that may cause significant problems at home and school Although all children may be inattentive and impulsive at times, youngsters with ADD behave this way more frequently (Taken from Chris Dendy's book Teenagers with ADD: a parents guide, Woodbine House, 1995)
attention deficit disorder
Beginning to be called "ADD/WO" meaning "without" hyperactivity In comparison to ADHD, this condition is characterized by fewer serious conduct problems, less impulsivity, greater sluggishness, greater anxiety, and greater depressed mood Children suffering from this condition exhibit inattention, disorganization and difficulty completing tasks
attention deficit disorder
a persistent pattern of inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity or both, occurring more frequently and severely than is typical in individuals at a comparable level of development
attention deficit disorder
A condition characterized by when a person is easily distracted and has difficulty staying focused on an individual activity for any period of time The classification of the DSMIII-R System; inattention, and inpulsivity are present before age 7 ADD affects 3-5% of all students, and is not recognized as a separate category of disability under federal educational legislation (IDEA) See also "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder," as these terms are often used interchangeably
attention deficit disorder
a condition (mostly in boys) characterized by behavioral and learning disorders
attention deficit disorder
Attention deficit disorder is a condition where people, especially children, are unable to concentrate on anything for very long and so find it difficult to learn and often behave in inappropriate ways. The abbreviation ADD is often used. A syndrome, usually diagnosed in childhood, characterized by a persistent pattern of impulsiveness, a short attention span, and often hyperactivity, and interfering especially with academic, occupational, and social performance. ADD a medical condition that especially affects children. It causes them to be too active and to be unable to pay attention or be quiet for very long. formerly hyperactivity Behavioral syndrome in children, whose major symptoms are inattention and distractibility, restlessness, inability to sit still, and difficulty concentrating on one thing for any period of time. It occurs in about 5% of all schoolchildren, and it is three times more common in boys than in girls. It can adversely affect learning, though many children with ADD can learn to control their behaviour sufficiently to perform satisfactorily in school. It appears to be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Certain aspects of the syndrome may persist into adulthood. Treatment usually entails counseling and close parental supervision, and it may also include prescription medication
attention deficit disorder
a condition in which a student has difficulties in directing or maintaining attention to normal tasks of learning
attention deficit disorder
– A medical diagnosis for children exhibiting severe proneness to extreme distractibility Medication is often prescribed to alleviate the symptoms
attention deficit disorder
This is also called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) People with this disorder have severe difficulty in focusing and maintaining attention They display characteristics of inattentiveness, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity This disorder often leads to learning and behavior problems at home and at school
attention deficit disorder
Biologically based disorder that includes a
attention deficit disorder
A disorder associated with low attention spans and hyperactivity
attention deficit disorder
A disorder characterized by hyperactivity, attentional deficits, and impulsivity Often leads to learning and behavior problems at home, school, and work Although it is first manifested in childhood, it may not be diagnosed until later in life Also called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
attention deficit disorder
A condition in which a child exhibits developmentally inappropriate lack of concentration and impulsivity; when accompanied by hyperactivity, ADD is generally referred to as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
attention deficit disorder
{i} neurological disorder characterized by lack of attention and inability to control behavior as a result of difficulty in processing stimuli and sometimes characterized by hyperactivity (often diagnosed in children)
attention deficit disorder
A severe difficulty in focusing and maintaining attention Often leads to learning and behavior problems at home, school, and work Also called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
attention deficit disorder
A biologically based mental disorder that typically has the following characteristics: short attention span, distractive behavior, difficulty following directions and staying on task, and an inability to focus behavior The disorder compromises many skills needed for academic success
attention deficit disorder
A disorder characterized by severe and persistent difficulties in one or more of the following areas: attention, impulsivity, and motor behavior These difficulties can lead to learning and behavior problems at home, school, and work
attention deficit disorder
Neurological condition that is often evident from childhood ADD may cause restlessness, disorganization, hyperactivity, distractibility, and mood swings
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A controversial diagnosis of a neurobiological disorder in children that can make it difficult for affected students to succeed in school ADHD students often appear unmotivated, irresponsible, or inconsistent in their actions Also known as "attention deficit disorder (ADD) "
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
a lifelong developmental disorder that involves problems with attention span, impulse control, and activity level Typical behaviors include: fidgeting or squirming; difficulty remaining seated when required; distractibility; difficulty waiting for turns in groups; difficulty staying on task with chores or play activities; difficulty playing quietly; excessive talking; inattention; and engaging in physically dangerous activities without considering the consequences
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A condition of the brain that results in excessive activity (hyperactivity), impulsivity, and difficulties with focusing attention ADHD often makes it difficult for children to control their behavior in school and social settings It is one of the most common chronic conditions of childhood and affects between 4 and 12 percent of all school-age children About 3 times more boys than girls are diagnosed with ADHD
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
{i} ADHD, disorder characterized by lack of attention and hyperactivity (often diagnosed in children), hyperkinesis
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
ADD with hyperactivity, or excessive and exaggerated motor activity
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A syndrome primarily found in children and teenagers that is characterized excessive physical movement, impulsiveness, and lack of attention
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
– A medical diagnosis for children exhibiting proneness to extreme distractibility and hyperactive behavior Medication is often prescribed to alleviate the symptoms
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
a condition (mostly in boys) characterized by behavioral and learning disorders
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A particular symptom complex with core symptoms including developmentally inappropriate degrees of attention, cognitive disorganization, distractibility, impulsivity and hyperactivity, all of which vary in different situations and at different times Common secondary symptoms include perceptual and emotional immaturity, poor social skills, disruptive behaviours and academic problems
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Characterized by a very short attention span, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Commonly called "hyperactivity," Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a clinical diagnosis based on specific criteria These include excessive motor activity, impulsiveness, short attention span, low tolerance to frustration and onset before 7 years of age Bb
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
a syndrome (a group of symptoms or signs) that is usually characterized by serious and persistent difficulties resulting in: inattentiveness or "distractibility", impulsivity, and hyperactivity
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A list of behaviors that psychiatrists declare are problems, such as: has too little attention, is too active, fidgets, squirms, and, therefore, is not "normal " Note that there is no scientific or medical proof to support either the existence of the disorder or the validity of a diagnosis
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a condition where people, especially children, are extremely active and unable to concentrate on anything for very long, with the result that they find it difficult to learn and often behave in inappropriate ways. The abbreviation ADHD is often used. Attention deficit disorder in which hyperactivity is present. formerly hyperactivity Behavioral syndrome in children, whose major symptoms are inattention and distractibility, restlessness, inability to sit still, and difficulty concentrating on one thing for any period of time. It occurs in about 5% of all schoolchildren, and it is three times more common in boys than in girls. It can adversely affect learning, though many children with ADD can learn to control their behaviour sufficiently to perform satisfactorily in school. It appears to be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Certain aspects of the syndrome may persist into adulthood. Treatment usually entails counseling and close parental supervision, and it may also include prescription medication
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A condition characterized by hyperactive and impulsive behavior or by problems with attention span
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A biologically based mental disorder in which a person has inappropriate degrees of inattention, impulsiveness and hyperactivity
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A condition in which a child exhibits signs of developmentally inappropriate hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention These characteristics are usually present before the age of 7 ADHD is similar to "Attention Deficit Disorder," except emphasis is placed on the hyperactivity Either ADD or ADHD is acceptable language
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
A learning disability marked by inattention, impulsiveness, a low tolerance for frustration, and a great deal of inappropriate activity
ballooning trade deficit
increasing trade deficit, unfavorable state caused when imports exceed exports
budget deficit
amount by which spending exceeds income (resulting in a negative balance)
budget deficit
an excess of expenditures over revenues
budgetary deficit
condition in which more money is spent than earned
build up a deficit
gradually increase a deficit, regularly spend in excess of one's income
cumulative deficit
accumulated financial shortfall, financial shortfall which has collected over time
current account deficit
a negative net balance in the current account resulting from lower receipts than payments for merchandise and nonmerchandise transactions
current account deficit
Net borrowing from other countries (p 878)
current account deficit
is when the amount paid out on current account is more than amount paid in this is called a deficit If out is less than in then its a surplus
current account deficit
is the difference between the country's exports and imports
deficits
Plural of deficit
federal deficit
an excess of the federal government's spending over its revenue; "federal deficits can cause inflation
fiscal deficit
When the government spends more money than it receives in revenue over the course of one year
fiscal deficit
the gap between the government's expenditures and its revenues from sources other than additional borrowing
fiscal deficit
It is the excess of total expenditure including loans net of repayments over revenue receipts and non debt capital receipts It also indicates the total borrowing of the government, and the increment to its outstanding debt
fiscal deficit
is the gap between the government's total spending and the sum of its revenue receipts and non-debt capital receipts It represents the total amount of borrowed funds required by the government to completely meet its expenditure
governmental deficit
condition in which national spending exceeds national income
mushroomed trade deficit
deficit in commercial trade that grew very quickly and suddenly
operating deficit
deficit which occurs as a result of ongoing business expenses
oxygen deficit
temporary oxygen shortage in cells resulting from strenuous exercise
stem a deficit
stop a deficit, stop a shortage
trade deficit
deficit occurs when the value of a country's imports exceeds the value of its exports
trade deficit
an excess of imports over exports
trade deficit
An expression denoting a situation where a geographical entity (be it a nation, region, state, or city) imports more goods and services than it exports It is used to describe the situation for both individual goods or services and for all goods and services combined
trade deficit
The amount by which merchandise imports exceed merchandise exports
trade deficit
The amount by which the value of imports exceeds the value of exports in a given time period (negative net exports)
trade deficit
Occurs when a country imports more than it exports
trade deficit
the result of a country importing more than it is exporting
trade deficit
difference between the value of merchandise imported into a state to the value of merchandise which is exported
trade deficit
the excess of imports over exports
trade deficit
condition in which the value of a nation”s imports is greater than its exports
trade deficit
trade gap the amount by which the value of what a country buys from abroad is more than the value of what it sells
trade deficit
The value of a nations imports exceeds the value of its exports
trade deficit
Imports in excess of exports (p 869)
deficit
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