disposable

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(isim) tek kullanımlık şey
(Çevre) tek kullanmalık
(İnşaat) atılabilir
kullanıldıktan sonra atılan
kullandıktan sonra atılan
iadesiz
elden çıkarılması mümkün
kullan at
{s} kullanıldıktan sonra atılabilen
bir kullanımlık/net
{s} tek kullanımlık

Tek kullanımlık çubukları kullanma yerine yıkayabileceğin plastik çubukları kullanmak daha iyi. - Instead of using disposable chopsticks, it's better to use plastic chopsticks that you can wash.

Gönüllüler tek kullanımlık bardaklarda çay dağıttı. - Volunteers distributed tea in disposable cups.

verilebilir
kullanıl dıktan sonra atılabilir
elden çıkarılması mümkün,kullanıldıktan sonra atıl
{i} tek kullanımlık şey
icabına göre kullanılabilir
{s} kullanılıp atılabilir
{s} harcanabilir
elden çıkarılabilir
kullanımlık
disposable funds
(Ticaret) kullanılabilir para
disposable goods
(Ticaret) atılabilir mallar
disposable funds
emre hazır fon
disposable income
harcanabilir gelir
disposable syringe
dispozabl enjektör
disposable nappies
çocuk bezleri
disposable pattern
(Mühendislik) harcanır model
disposable camera
tek kullanımlık fotoğraf makinesi
disposable cash reserves
(Ticaret) disponibilite
disposable contact lenses
tek kullanımlık lensler
disposable contact lenses
kullanılıp atılabilir lensler
disposable filter
atılabilir filtre
disposable income
(Ticaret) harcanabilir kişisel gelir
disposable needle
(Tıp) tek kullanımlık iğne
disposable pallet
kullanılıp atılabilen palet
disposable persanal icnome
(Ticaret) harcanabilir kişisel gelir
disposable personal income
(Ticaret) kullanılabilir kişisel gelir
disposable personel income
kullanılabilir kişisel gelir
disposable portion
(Ticaret) tasarruf nisabı
disposable weight
(Havacılık) atılabilir ağırlık
Disposable income
(Ekonomi) kullanılabilir gelir
disposables
tek kullanımlık
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Any object that is designed to be disposed of rather than refilled or repaired
That which can be disposed of
That which is designed to be disposed of rather than refilled or repaired

Rather than purchase an expensive razor he bought a packet of cheap disposable ones.

{a} that may be disposed of, at command
{s} meant to be used once and then discarded
{i} item which is meant to be used once and then discarded
meant to be thrown away after use
designed to be disposed of after use; "disposable paper cups"
free or available for use or disposition; "every disposable piece of equipment was sent to the fire"; "disposable assets
designed to be disposed of after use; "disposable paper cups" free or available for use or disposition; "every disposable piece of equipment was sent to the fire"; "disposable assets
Subject to disposal; free to be used or employed as occasion may require; not assigned to any service or use
a product designed to be thrown away after one use
Your disposable income is the amount of income you have left after you have paid income tax and social security charges. Gerald had little disposable income
A filter element intended to be discarded and replaced after one service cycle
Contact lenses defined by the U S Food and Drug Administration as a contact lens that is used one time and discarded These can be worn either for a single day or up to seven days, depending on wear schedule prescribed by the eye care professional Any lens that is intended to be removed from the eye, cleaned, rinsed, disinfected, and reinserted does not qualify for inclusion in this category
A disposable product is designed to be thrown away after it has been used. disposable nappies suitable for babies up to 8lb Disposable products can be referred to as disposables. It's estimated that around 80 per cent of babies wear disposables
available
free or available for use or disposition; "every disposable piece of equipment was sent to the fire"; "disposable assets"
disposable income
The amount of a person's or group's monetary income which is available to be saved or spent (on either essential or non-essential items), after deducting all taxes and other governmental fees
disposable cups
paper or plastic cups that are thrown away after use
disposable cutlery
plastic silverware that is thrown away after use
disposable diaper
diaper that is thrown away after one use
disposable income
Households' income minus total taxes paid
disposable income
income after paying taxes
disposable income
The portion of an employee's earnings that remains after deductions required by law (for example, taxes) The courts consider how much disposable income a non-custodial parent has when determining the amount of child support to be paid
disposable income
The income that is available to persons for spending and saving It is calculated as personal income less the sum of personal tax payments and personal non-tax payments to Federal, State, and local governments Reports: Vital Signs, Chapter 2
disposable income
income (after taxes) that is available to you for saving or spending
disposable income
amount of income available for personal consumption, expenditures, and savings
disposable income
Current income received by persons less their contributions for social insurance, personal tax, and nontax payments It is the income available to persons for spending and saving Nontax payments include passport fees, fines and penalties, donations, and tuitions and fees paid to schools and hospitals operated mainly by the government See also personal income
disposable income
Is defined as total consumer income less taxes and government transfers
disposable income
Income, usually monthly income, left over after fixed obligations and living expenses for that period of income are paid
disposable income
Money that a consumer has left after taxes are taken out Marketers are interested in changes income level so they know what necessities to produce and distribute, and how much to produce and distribute
disposable income
income remaining to an individual for use or saving after payment of taxes
disposable income
income that households have to spend after taxes have been paid and transfers from the government have been received (chapter 11)
disposable income
The money that is left over after you have paid all your fixed and variable expenses
disposable income
The income that a person retains after taxes Disposable income can be saved or used to purchase goods and services BACK TO TOP
disposable income
The income that a person retains after taxes Disposable income can be saved or used to purchase goods and services
disposable income
is the income that a family has left after paying personal income taxes and other tax-related contributions such as Canada Pension Plan and Employment Insurance premiums
disposable income
the amount of money that a person has left after paying taxes, compulsory insurance contributions, etc
disposable income
The amount of an individuals income that remains after the deduction of income taxes [FACS] (see also fiscal policy)
disposable income
the amount of money you have left to spend after you have paid your taxes, bills etc. Portion of an individual's income over which the recipient has complete discretion. To assess disposable income, it is necessary to determine total income, including not only wages and salaries, interest and dividend payments, and business profits, but also transfer income such as social-security benefits, pensions, and alimony. Obligatory payments, including personal income taxes and compulsory social-insurance contributions, must be subtracted. Disposable income may be used for consumption or saving
disposable income
Disposable income is the income people have left after they have paid their tax It is the money that they can choose how they wish to spend
disposable income
After-tax income, which is used for spending or saving p 53
disposable income
Personal income less personal tax and nontax payments
disposable income
The income of the nation, institutional units e g households, etc , from all sources after deduction of all current transfers paid It is equivalent to the national income at market prices plus net current transfers other than property and entrepreneurial income received
disposable income
That part of a person's income which is left available for spending and saving after taxation and other compulsory deductions
disposable income
What's left of an employee's income after making legally required deductions, like taxes Disposable income is used to decide how much of the employee's pay will be taken for a garnishment, attachment, or earnings assignment
disposable income
The income a person or household has left to dispose of after income tax has been deducted from personal income Disposable income may either be spent on consumption or saved
disposable income
The amount of income people have left over after paying their taxes
disposable income
The income available to persons for spending or saving after taxes have been deducted Also known as discretionary income
disposable plate
plastic or paper plates that are thrown away after use
disposable tablecloth
plastic or paper tablecloth that is thrown away after use
disposable workers
employees who work on a temporary basis and are usually contracted out from a temporary agency
daily disposable
a type of contact lens that can be used for one day only and is thrown away at the end of the day when it is no longer needed
disposability
The property of being disposable
disposability
disposableness
disposables
Plural of disposable
disposable
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