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Wechsel

množina

1. changes

množina

Wechsel | nemačko - engleski prevod

Wechsel

muški rodgramatika

Ein an bestimmte Formvorschriften gebundenes, dem Inhaber der Urkunde gegenüber wirksames schriftl. Zahlungsversprechen. Nach der Person des zur Zahlung Verpflichteten unterscheidet man die Tratte (gezogener W., Akzept, Cambio; der Aussteller verpflichtet einen Dritten) u. den selteneren Solawechsel (Eigenwechsel). Der Aussteller kann den W. bis zum Verfalltag selbst oder bei einer Bank aufbewahren, ihn auch vor Verfall an eine Bank verkaufen (diskontieren, Diskont) oder als Zahlung an einen Gläubiger weitergeben (Indossament).

1. alternation

imenica

ETYM Latin alternatio: cf. French alternation.
1. Being regularly exchangeable.
2. Successive change from one thing or state to another and back again.

2. bill of exchange

imenicafinansije

Or bank draft; A written order in which a drawer orders a drawee to pay a specified sum to a payee. For example, a check is a bill of exchange drawn on a bank or banker. Once signed and endorsed, it becomes negotiable and can be discounted (sold for cash before the maturity date under face value) at current short-term interest rates.
In the US, major corporations make use of short-term “paper” to meet general financial obligations as well as foreign trade transactions.

3. change

imenica

Sinonimi: alteration | modification

ETYM French change, from changer. Related to Change.
1. A thing that is different.
2. A relational difference between states; especially between states before and after some event.
3. An event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another; SYN. alteration, modification.
4. The act of changing something.
5. The result of alteration or modification.
6. A different or fresh set of clothes.

4. variation

imenica

Sinonimi: variance | fluctuation

ETYM Old Eng. variatioun, French variation, Latin variatio. Related to Vary.
In biology, a difference between individuals of the same species, found in any sexually reproducing population. Variations may be almost unnoticeable in some cases, obvious in others, and can concern many aspects of the organism. Typically, variation in size, behavior, biochemistry, or coloring may be found. The cause of the variation is genetic (that is, inherited), environmental, or more usually a combination of the two. The origins of variation can be traced to the recombination of the genetic material during the formation of the gametes, and, more rarely, to mutation.(dance) In ballet, a solo dance, unless otherwise designated.1. Something that deviates from a norm or from pattern.
2. An activity that varies from a norm or standard; SYN. variance.
3. An instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change; SYN. fluctuation.
4. A repetition of a musical theme in which it is modified or embellished.

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