invest

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yatırım yapmak

İndeksli yatırım fonlarına yatırım yapmak istiyorum - I want to invest in index funds.

Hiç kimse ülkemde yatırım yapmak istemedi. - Nobody wanted to invest in my country.

{f} yetki vermek
{f} with (bir makama) getirmek
yatırım yap

Temiz, yenilenebilir enerjiye yatırım yapmalıyız. - We need to invest in clean, renewable energy.

Menkul kıymetlere 500.000 yen yatırım yaptı. - He invested 500,000 yen in stocks.

{f} yatırmak
para yatırmak
{f} with sorumluluk, yetki
güç

Yüksek tasarruf oranı Japonya'nın güçlü ekonomik büyümesi için bir faktör olarak kabul edilmektedir.Çünkü o bol yatırım sermayesi kullanılabilirliği anlamına gelmektedir. - A high savings rate is cited as one factor for Japan's strong economic growth because it means the availability of abundant investment capital.

birini makamına oturtmak
(Askeri) muhasara etmek
yatırım

Borsada yatırım yaparak bir vurgun yaptı. - He made a killing by investing in the stock market.

Menkul kıymetlere 500.000 yen yatırım yaptı. - He invested 500,000 yen in stocks.

birine yetki vermek
bağlamak
(in ile) para yatırmak
vermek
sarfetmek
{f} sarmak
invest sar/yatır
{f} in (bir proje için) (para/emek/zaman) harcamak
{f} kuşatmak
{f} giydirmek
{f} in -e (para) yatırmak
{f} donatmak
invest in ileride gelir sağlamak için bir şeye para yatırmak
investment
yatırım

Borsa yatırımında çok para kaybetti. - He lost a lot of money in the stock investment.

Tom yaptığı yatırımdan en az yüzde on dönüş umuyordu. - Tom expected at least a ten percent return on his investment.

invest money
para koymak
invest money
para yatırmak
invest fund
yatırım fonu
invest to
yatırım
invest with full powers
tam yetki ile yatırım
invest capital
sermaye koymak
invest capital
(Ticaret) kapital bağlamak
invest in
parayı yatırmak
invest in
kullanım amacıyla almak
invest in
yatırım yapmak

O bizim şirketimizin altyapısına yatırım yapmak istiyor. - She wants to invest in our company's infrastructure.

Hiç kimse ülkemde yatırım yapmak istemedi. - Nobody wanted to invest in my country.

invest in
kar amacıyla para yatırmak
invest in
satın almak
invest in
birşeye yatırım yapmak
invest in
para yatırmak
invest in future
geleceğe yatırım yapmak
invest in share
hisse satın almak
invest in youth development
(Spor) altyapıya yatırım yapmak
invest with
belirli bir hava vermek
invest with
(bir makama) getirmek
invest with
havası vermek
invest with
vermek (sorumluluk/yetki)
invest with a prerogative
imtiyaz bahşetmek
investor
{i} yatırımcı

Geçen yıl şirket özel yatırımcılara satıldı. - Last year, the company was sold to private investors.

Yabancı yatırımcılar, Amerika'daki paralarını geri çektiler. - Foreign investors withdrew their money from America.

investment
{i} kuşatma
investment
{i} abluka
to invest
para yatırmak
invested
bağlanmış
investment
verme (sorumluluk/yetki vb'ni)
investment
(Ticaret) yatırım aracı
investment
(Ticaret) yatırılan para
investment
(Ticaret) yatırımı yapılan mal
investor
sermayeci
investor
(Ticaret) yatırım yapan
investor
sermaye sahibi
investors
yatırımcılar

Yabancı yatırımcılar paralarını ABD'den çekti. - Foreign investors withdrew their money from the United States.

Yatırımcılar, gerçek değer yaratma ile hüsnükuruntuyu ayırt etmeliler. - Investors must distinguish between genuine value creation and wishful thinking.

propensity to invest
(Askeri,Ticaret) yatırım eğilimi
investment
sağlanan gelir
investing
araştırıyor
investment
1. Hassas dökümde, kalıplanacak motifi alçıya (veya seramiğe) alma işi.2. Seramik kabuk

The ceramic mould, known as the investment, is produced by three repeating steps, These steps are repeated until the investment is the required thickness.

to invest
yatırım
investment
{i} dışderi
investment
memuriyete koyma
investment
para sarfedilen gelir kaynağı
investment
{i} atama
investment
{i} para yatırma
investment
{i} ektoderm
investment
{i} tayin
investment
gelir getirmesi için paranın yatırıldığı şey
investment
envestisman
investment
{i} (sorumluluk, yetki v.b.'ni) verme
investment
dış deri
investor
{i} sermayedar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To formally give someone some power or authority
To lay siege to
To envelop, wrap, cover
To prepare for lost wax casting by creating an investment mold (a mixture of a silica sand and plaster)
To commit money or capital in the hope of financial gain
: To make investments
To spend money, time, or energy into something, especially for some benefit or purpose

We'd like to thank all the contributors who have invested countless hours into this event.

To clothe or wrap (with garments)

He was but shabbily apparelled in faded jacket and patched trowsers; a rag of a black handkerchief investing his neck.

To ceremonially install someone in some office
An unnamed tropical weather pattern "to investigate" for development into a significant (named) system
furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
An unnamed tropical weather pattern "to investigate" for development into a significant (named) system. A temporary designation by the U.S. Naval Research Lab Joint Typhoon Warning Center and National Hurricane Center. Internal jargon (possibly teletype abbreviation) in the 1980s
To lay out (money or capital) in business with the view of obtaining an income or profit; as, to invest money in bank stock
To put money into a business in order to make a profit (the amount of income that remains after all expenses are paid) The investor hopes to get a certain part of the profit that the business makes
If you invest in something useful, you buy it, because it will help you to do something more efficiently or more cheaply. The company invested thousands in an electronic order-control system The easiest way to make ice cream yourself is to invest in an ice cream machine
To clothe, as with office or authority; to place in possession of rank, dignity, or estate; to endow; to adorn; to grace; to bedeck; as, to invest with honor or glory; to invest with an estate
using money wisely in order to have funds for future needs
If you invest time or energy in something, you spend a lot of time or energy on something that you consider to be useful or likely to be successful. I would rather invest time in Rebecca than in the kitchen
Ssirew
v To spend or utilize your attention, time, money or effort for future advantage or benefit
Indian Value Engineering Society
To lay out money for any purpose from which a profit is expected
to spend money in order to produce income or profits
make an investment; "Put money into bonds" provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights" furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights"
To make an investment; as, to invest in stocks; usually followed by in
To commit (money or capital) for financial gain or benefit
to lay out money with an expectation to profit
To surround, accompany, or attend
Usually followed by with, sometimes by in; as, to invest one with a robe
To inclose; to surround or hem in with troops, so as to intercept succors of men and provisions and prevent escape; to lay siege to; as, to invest a town
If you invest in something, or if you invest a sum of money, you use your money in a way that you hope will increase its value, for example by paying it into a bank, or buying shares or property. They intend to invest directly in shares He invested all our profits in gold shares When people buy houses they're investing a lot of money
to put your money into CDs, money market accounts, mutual funds, savings accounts, bonds, stocks or objects that you hope will grow in value and earn you more money
When a government or organization invests in something, it gives or lends money for a purpose that it considers useful or profitable. the British government's failure to invest in an integrated transport system. the European Investment Bank, which invested £100 million in Canary Wharf Why does Japan invest, on average, twice as much capital per worker per year than the United States?
To make investments
To put garments on; to clothe; to dress; to array; opposed to divest
place ceremoniously or formally in an office or position; "there was a ceremony to induct the president of the Academy"
To commit (money or capital) in order to gain a financial return - to put one's money into a business or project to make more money
give qualities or abilities to
{f} expend money or effort for future benefits; grant; empower, authorize; install, instate; cover, clothe; enthrone; adorn; endow with a characteristic; surround, besiege
make an investment; "Put money into bonds"
Use money to make more money, usually with the understanding that risk is involved Often done by purchasing items of value for income or capital appreciation, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, CDs, and collectibles
To invest someone with rights or responsibilities means to give them those rights or responsibilities legally or officially. The constitution had invested him with certain powers
To put on
to give; to furnish; to clothe
To confer; to give
invested
Simple past tense and past participle of invest
investment
A placement of capital in expectation of deriving income or profit from its use
investment
A mixture of silica sand and plaster which, by surrounding a wax pattern, creates a negative mold of the form used for casting, among other metals, bronze
investor
one who invests money
ınvest
{v} to dress, adorn, confer, besiege, surround, change the form and condition of money by laying it out in something less fleeting
To invest
endue
invested
officially endowed with authority or power; "by the Constitution the president is invested with certain powers"- John Marshall
invested
{s} expended for future benefit
invested
the president is invested with certain
invested
officially endowed with authority or power; "by the Constitution
invested
past of invest
invested
powers"- John Marshall
investing
Creating capital goods Acquiring or producing structures, machinery and equipment or inventories
investing
is defined, by the Shape of Money, as the task of moving your savings into a variety of investment options
investing
Putting money into securities like stocks, bonds, or mutual funds with the hope that it will grow in value
investing
The practice of employing a principal sum of money„usually to purchase assets or place a sum on deposit„to generate earnings so that the principal sum will increase in value
investing
The act of using money to make more money
investing
In broad financial terms, it refers to the art and science of money making money In market strategies terms, it refers to a buy-and-hold approach used by most people See Trading
investing
the act of investing; laying out money or capital in an enterprise with the expectation of profit
investing
present participle of invest
investment
Making a campaign contribution to an elected official apparently with the hope of realizing a substantial return For example, during 1991-1992, the multinational conglomerate Archer-Daniels-Midland (ADM) and affiliates gave $1 1 million in soft money contributions to Republican Party committees and $267,500 to Democrats ADM received a waiver of an EPA ruling in the waning days of the Bush administration that encouraged ethanol sales, earning millions of dollars for Andreas and ADM "[Special interests] are good business people They're not going to throw money down the drain So they see this as an investment " -- former U S Rep Tim Valentine (D-N C )
investment
Money put in property or other ventures with the expectation of making a profit, with sufficient security to return and protect the capital; not speculation
investment
Purchase of stocks, bonds, shares, real property, annuities, collectibles etc, with the expectation of obtaining income or capital gain, or both
investment
The act of investing, or the state of being invested
investment
{i} expenditure of money or effort for future benefits; blockade, siege; cover as if with a garment; empowerment, authorization; install in an office, instate
investment
A temporary donation of money to a cause in expectation of making a profit
investment
Physical investment is the current product set aside during a given period to be used for future production--in other words, an addition to the stock of capital goods As measured by the national income and product accounts, private domestic investment consists of investment in residential and nonresidential structures, producers' durable equipment, and the change in business inventories Financial investment is the purchase of a financial security Investment in human capital is spending on education, training, health services, and other activities that increase the productivity of the workforce Investment in human capital is not treated as investment by the national income and product accounts See capital [Back to top]
investment
The creation of more money through the use of existing capital
investment
An investment is an amount of money that you invest, or the thing that you invest it in. You'll be able to earn an average rate of return of 8% on your investments
investment
the act of investing; laying out money or capital in an enterprise with the expectation of profit
investment
– The utilization of money in the expectation of future returns in the form of income or capital gain
investment
In the case of physical capital, expenditures on new machinery, equipment, or other capital goods In the case of human capital, time, effort and money spent accumulating new knowledge, skills, abilities or capacities
investment
Investment is the activity of investing money. He said the government must introduce tax incentives to encourage investment
investment
The utilization of money in the expectation of future returns in the form of income or capital gain
investment
Investment of time or effort is the spending of time or effort on something in order to make it a success. I worry about this big investment of time and effort. Process of exchanging income for an asset that is expected to produce earnings at a later time. An investor refrains from consumption in the present in hopes of a greater return in the future. Investment may be influenced by rates of interest, with the rate of investment rising as interest rates fall, but other factors more difficult to measure may also be important for example, the business community's expectations about future demand and profit, technical changes in production methods, and expected relative costs of labour and capital. Investment cannot occur without saving, which provides funding. Because investment increases an economy's capacity to produce, it is a factor contributing to economic growth. investment bank investment casting investment credit investment tax credit investment trust
investment
Where money is laid out for income or profit
investment
Investment is the purchase of capital equipment Such as the purchase of machines, equipment, factories that firms need to enable them to produce It is usually split into two parts: Replacement investment - this is where companies buy new machinery and equipment that simply replaces something they had already that was worn out or inefficient Depreciation is often used as an approximation for this Net investment - this is where companies buy new machinery or equipment It is this type of investment that actually adds to the capital stock of the economy
investment
The use of money for the purpose of making more money, to gain income or increase capital or both
investment
Money put into a form that earns a return or profit In essence, the money is being used to make money
investment
The term is most commonly used to describe the flow of expenditures devoted to increasing or maintaining the real capital stock In fact a more accurate definition, which clearly encompasses the above, is that investment is the flow of expenditures devoted to projects producing goods which are not intended for immediate consumption These investment projects may take the form of adding to both physical and human capital as well as inventories Investment is a flow, the volume of which is determined by all those projects which yield a positive net present value, or an internal rate of return greater than the interest rate The former is a known as the net present value criterion and the latter as the investment (Pearce, 1996)
investment
the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office; the formal promotion of a person to an office or rank the act of putting on robes or vestments outer layer or covering of an organ or part or organism money that is invested with an expectation of profit
investment
the act of putting on robes or vestments
investment
The act of surrounding, blocking up, or besieging by an armed force, or the state of being so surrounded
investment
Money spent now in order to make the economy grow and have more moneyor goods and serviceslater
investment
The laying out of money in the purchase of some species of property; the amount of money invested, or that in which money is invested
investment
If you describe something you buy as an investment, you mean that it will be useful, especially because it will help you to do a task more cheaply or efficiently. When selecting boots, fine, quality leather will be a wise investment
investment
an asset purchased with the intention of producing capital growth or income, or both, for the owner
investment
the purchase of materials, machines, property, securities, etc in order to produce income or profits
investment
That with which anyone is invested; a vestment
investment
an asset purchased with the intention of producing capital growth or income or both for the owner
investment
the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office; the formal promotion of a person to an office or rank
investment
The purchase or ownership of a security to make money by gaining income, increasing capital, or both Investments may also include artwork, antiques and real estate
investment
money that is invested with an expectation of profit
investment
An item of value purchased for income or capital appreciation
investment
investment is the flow of resources into the production of new capital It is the labor, steel, and other inputs devoted to the construction of factories, warehouses, railroads, and other pieces of capital during some period of time
investment
The use of money for the purpose of making more money, to gain income, increase capital, or both
investment
Putting money into an asset or a financial institution with the aim of making a profit
investment
outer layer or covering of an organ or part or organism
investment
The creation of more money through the use of capital
investment
The use of money for the purpose of making more money, to gain income or increase capital, or both
investor
In mortgage lending, the holder of a mortgage, or a permanent lender for whom the mortgage banker services the loan
investor
An organization, corporation, individual, or other entity that acquires an ownership position in an investment, assuming risk of loss in exchange for anticipated returns
investor
Any person or institution that invests in mortgages or mortgage-backed securities
investor
an organisation putting its money into the project (see also: Donor; Funder)
investor
The holder of a mortgage or the permanent lender for whom the mortgage maker services the loan Any person or institution that invests in mortgages
investor
An investor is a person or organization that buys stocks or shares, or pays money into a bank in order to receive a profit. The main investor in the project is the French bank Credit National. W3 someone who gives money to a company, business, or bank in order to get a profit
investor
The holder of a mortgage or the permanent lender for whom the mortgage banker services the loan Any person or institution that invest in mortgages
investor
A person whose principal concern in the purchase of a security is the minimizing of risk, compared to the speculator who is prepared to accept calculated risk in the hope of making better-than-average profits, or the "gambler" who is prepared to take even greater risks More generally it refers to people who invest money in investment products
investor
The owner of a financial asset
investor
The holder of a mortgage or a permanent lender for whom the lending bank services the loan Any person or institution that invests in mortgages
investor
A borrower who owns or purchases a property as an investment rather than as a residence
investor
Lenders may keep your loan in their portfolio or they may sell your loan after the close of the transaction to an investor If lenders portfolio the loan - they only have to follow internal guidelines to approve your loan, and so are the final decision maker If lenders sell your loan - then they also have the meet the investors guidelines to approve your loan In this case they may have to obtain investor approval Portfolio lenders tend to be more flexible but they generally have higher rates Some of the largest investors in the country are Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
investor
One whose principal concern in making an investment is to maximize return while minimizing risk, in contrast to the speculator who is prepared to accept greater risk in the hopes of making better-than-average profits Top of Page
investor
a person who buys or collects coins with the intent to make a profit
investor
The holder of a mortgage or the permanent lender for whom the mortgage banker services the loan Any person or institution that invests in mortgages
investor
a person or organization that buys property or securities in order to receive an income or make a profit
investor
A person who buys or sells securities for his or her own account or the account of others (See individual investor, institutional investor)
investor
someone who commits capital in order to gain financial returns
investor
{i} one who invests
investor
the ultimate owner of a loan This can be the institution that originated the loan (then the loan is held in their portfolio), another large lender or Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac
investor
Money source for a lender
investor
A money source for a lender
investor
a person who invests money in order to make a profit
investor
- A money source for a lender
investor
any person or institution that invests in mortgage instruments or other items of value such as real estate
investors
those who supply capital to the capital market (including individuals who buy shares of stock in a firm or lend money to a business)
investors
people looking to make money over a long period of time in the stock market
investors
plural of investor
investors
Persons or organisations which have provided money to a business in exchange for a share of ownership
investors
Generally refers to investors whose purpose is the of return on capital, primarily through interest and dividend income or through increase in the value of their holding over a long period of time
invests
third-person singular of invest
marginal propensity to invest
rate of resources from each unit of available additional income that are set aside for investment, mpi (Economics)
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