intangible

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
elle tutulamaz
(deyim) Soyut
{s} maddi olmayan
görülemez
duyumsanabilir
fiziksel varlığı olmayan
Dokunulamaz sabit varlıklar.(yazılım ve şaire)
{s} elle tutulmaz
{i} maddi olmayan aktif
(Mukavele) fiziksel varlığı olmayan, el ile tutulamaz, dokunulamaz; manevi değer
{s} anlaşılmaz
{s} fiziksel varlığı olmayan, elle tutulamaz, dokunulamaz
kavranılmaz/hissedilir
{s} manevi
fiziksel varlığı olmayan şey
manevi değer
intangible assets
(Ticaret) gayri maddi aktif
intangible tax
maddi olmayan vergi
intangible assets
(Askeri) MADDİ OLMAYAN AKTİF: İhtira hakkı, fikir hakkı gibi maddi olmayan haklar
intangible capital
(Ticaret) gayri maddi sermaye
intangible fixed asset
(Ticaret) gayri maddi sabit varlık
intangible goods
(Avrupa Birliği) gayrimaddi mallar
intangible investment
(Ticaret) soyut yatırım
intangible long lived assets
(Ticaret) maddi olmayan duran varlıklar
intangible personal property
(Ticaret) dokunulmaz kişisel mallar
intangible property
manevi mülkiyet
intangible value
(Ticaret) gayri maddi kıymet
intangibles
maddi olmayan aktifler
intangibles
manevi değerler
intangibly
hissedilir şekilde
intangible assets
(Askeri) maddi olmayan aktifler
intangible assets
(Askeri) maddi olmayan haklar
intangibles
soyut varlıklar
intangibility
dokunulmazlık
intangibility
intangibleness
intangibility
anlaşılmazlık
intangibility
{i} soyutluk
intangibly
manevi bir şekilde
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
incapable of being perceived by the senses; incorporeal
Incorporeal property that is saleable though not material, such as bank deposits, stocks, bonds, and promissory notes
Anything intangible
not perceptible to the touch
Something that is intangible is abstract or is hard to define or measure. There are intangible benefits beyond a rise in the share price. You can refer to intangible things as intangibles. Women workers place more importance on intangibles such as a sense of achievement
incapable of being perceived by the senses especially the sense of touch; "the intangible constituent of energy"- James Jeans
assets that are saleable though not material or physical
{i} something which cannot be seen or touched
(of especially business assets) not having physical substance or intrinsic productive value; "intangible assets such as good will"
incapable of being perceived by the senses especially the sense of touch; "the intangible constituent of energy"- James Jeans (of especially business assets) not having physical substance or intrinsic productive value; "intangible assets such as good will
Not tangible; incapable of being touched; not perceptible to the touch; impalpable; imperceptible
hard to pin down or identify; "an intangible feeling of impending disaster"
lacking substance or reality; incapable of being touched or seen; "that intangible thing--the soul"
assets that are saleable though not material or physical lacking substance or reality; incapable of being touched or seen; "that intangible thing--the soul"
{s} impalpable, cannot be seen or touched, insubstantial; difficult to grasp, hard to perceive mentally
untangible
intangible asset
Intangible personal property, acquired for money, that does not have a face value or a ready market
intangible asset
Any valuable property of a business that is not does not appear on the balance sheet, including intellectual property, customer lists, and goodwill
intangible asset
asset which is not tangible
intangible asset
(Ticaret) An asset whose value can only be estimated or is indeterminate. Examples include patents, copyrights and goodwill
intangible assets
Nonphysical assets (used in operations) that confer on their owners long-term rights, privileges, or competitive advantages (See (p 349))
intangible assets
(p 558) Items of value such as patents and copyrights that have no real physical form
intangible assets
The property of a business, but without physical substance, such as copyrights and patents Their value lies in their ability to generate profits Both goodwill and blue sky are intangible assets
intangible assets
are assets with a finite life that can be estimated with a reasonable degree of certainty on the date of their creation or acquisition, and have a low risk of being used in tax avoidance
intangible assets
Long-lived assets without physical substance that are used in business, such as licenses, patents, franchises, and goodwill
intangible assets
As used in accounting, assets having legal rather than physical substance Intangible assets are those used in a business which have no material substance and represent nothing material, as compared to tangible or physical assets such as buildings and land Good will, brand names, trademarks, copyrights, and patent rights are examples of intangible assets Intellectual property, in general, is regarded as an intangible asset
intangible assets
Non-materialistic assets which should provide the corporation with future benefits (e g patent, copyrights, trademark)
intangible assets
non-physical assets such as franchises, trademarks, patents, copyrights, goodwill, equities, mineral rights, securities and contracts as distinguished from physical assets that grant rights, privileges, and have economic benefits for that owner
intangible assets
Non-physical items such as goodwill trademark patents, etc In computing a company’s net worth the value at which any intangible item is carried in the balance sheet is excluded
intangible assets
Nonphysical assets such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, and franchise fees, that have economic value but whose precise value is difficult to calculate
intangible assets
A sub-category of fixed assets in the balance sheet of a company Fixed assets which are not physical and cannot be touched, e g goodwill, brands Note that not all intangible assets are shown on the balance sheet on the basis that they are too difficult to measure reliably
intangible assets
Nonphysical items such as stock certificates, bonds, bank accounts, and pension benefits that have value and must be taken into account in estate planning
intangible assets
Anything that cannot be physically touched, such as a brand, franchise, trademark, patent or goodwill Listed on the consolidated balance sheets
intangible assets
Something of value that cannot be physically touched, e g franchise, trademark, or patent
intangible assets
Long-term assets used in a business that lack physical substance Examples include patents, copyrights, trademarks, and franchises
intangible assets
Anything nonphysical, such as goodwill, trademarks, and patents, that have value for a company Listed in the assets category (sometimes as "Investments and sundry assets") on the statement of financial position See also asset, fixed assets, goodwill
intangible assets
Assets having no physical substance, such as patents, goodwill, copyrights and trademarks Because an intangible asset has no independent market or liquidation value (unlike, say, a factory, which can be sold for cash), it is subject to a lot of accounting manipulation Generally, accepted accounting principles require intangibles to be written off over a period of time - up to 40 years The process of writing off an intangible asset is called amortization Both depreciation and amortization expenses are subtracted from a company's operating revenues to calculate net income See "Margins " BACK TO TOP
intangible assets
The non-physical assets of a business E g , customer lists, customer contracts, proprietary software, skilled employees, proprietary processes, name familiarity, goodwill, etc Most of the value of a service business is contained in the intangible assets
intangible assets
those whose value can only be quantified or turned into cash with difficulty (e g goodwill, parents, copyrights, trade marks)
intangible assets
A legal claim to some future benefit, typically a claim to future expected cash inflows For example, goodwill, intellectual property, patents, copyright, and trademarks
intangible assets
- non-physical assets (such as franchises, trademarks, patents, copyrights, goodwill, equities, mineral rights, securities and contracts as distinguished from physical assets) that grant rights, privileges, and have economic benefits for the owner
intangible assets
An asset that has no physical substance, such as goodwill, trademarks, patents, or the protection provided by an insurance policy Even though they have no physical substance, intangible assets can and often do appear on the balance sheet Contrast with tangible asset
intangible assets
A long-lived asset without physical substance that are used in business, such as licenses, patents, franchise and goodwill
intangible assets
Intangible assets are reflected at cost and are amortised on a straight-line basis over the anticipated useful lives of the assets up to a maximum of 20 years
intangible assets
Business assets that are not material in nature, which have been created through time and effort Some examples of intangible assets are patents, specialized mailing lists, and goodwill
intangible property
property which is not actual, spiritual property
intangible tax
tax imposed on income from intangible property
intangible.
nontangible
ıntangible
{a} that is not to be touched
intangibility
one of the four characteristics (with inseparability, perishability and variability) which distinguish a service; intangibility expresses the notion that a service has no physical substance See Services Marketing; Inseparability; Perishability; Variability
intangibility
{i} impalpability, quality of being impossible to see or touch; unfathomableness, incomprehensibility
intangibility
The quality or state of being intangible; intangibleness
intangibility
A characteristic of a service that means you cannot see it or touch it
intangibility
the quality of being intangible
intangibility
An inherent quality of services that are performed and therefore cannot be tasted, touched, seen, smelled or possessed p 323
intangibles
are intangible assets, including goodwill, trademarks, patents, catalogs, brands, copyrights, formulas, franchises, and mailing lists, net of accumulated amortization
intangibles
plural of intangible
intangibles
accounts receivable, intellectual property such as trademarks, patents and copyright
intangibles
1 In economy studies, conditions or economy factors that cannot be readily evaluated in quantitative terms as in money, 2 In accounting, the assets that cannot be reliably evaluated (e g , goodwill)
intangibles
costs and benefits that cannot be quantified but are nevertheless significant These can be ranked and weighted to reflect importance and priorities
intangibles
All intangible assets like goodwill, patents, trademarks, unamortized debt discounts and deferred charges
intangibles
Rights or economic benefits, such as franchise, patents, trademarks, copyrights, or goodwill, that are not physical in nature
intangibles
assets such as "goodwill", patents, and trademarks
intangibly
impalpably, in an intangible manner, without substance; in a manner which is difficult to grasp mentally
intangibly
In an intangible manner
intangible
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