İngilizce'de inventory

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n. stock; list of assets; act of checking stock
v. take inventory, make a detailed list of property; summarize; sum up the worth of

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According to G Data, the information collected by the spyware is sent to “a server in China;” and the matter is of such magnitude that internet sellers such as Ebay and Amazon have removed the model from its inventories.
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Invited into his own demesne, he finally reached the dining room, filled with men in mustard color and high boots. Instinctively, he made an inventory of the room.
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not letting a single one escape his inventory. Things that he had forgotten came surging up in his memory, and the fear of losing them seemed to give them greater lustre, increasing their size, and intensifying their value.
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The decline in the fourth quarter of 2013 was directly related to poor retail sales, inventory adjustments, and a less robust balance of trade.
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The contraction reflected a reduction in business inventories, a reduction in exports, and a reduction in expenditures by state and local governments.
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The ragdealer looked over the contents of the bundle, made a second inventory, and then in a jesting tone, with a rough voice, asked:
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They set about calmly and deliberately to take an inventory of the house; there wasn't three ochavos' worth of material in the entire establishment. They were forcing the dining-room closet when of a sudden they heard the bark of a dog close by and they ran in fright to the gallery.
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Carry out your inventory one room at a time.
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Current assets probably consist of some accounts receivable and inventory.
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In a few cases it has been necessary to modernize older weapons in the armed forces inventories with new sub-systems.
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Eş anlamlılar

1. listing: catalogue, record, register, roll, roster, list, account
2. reserve: stock, store, fund, hoard, consistent
3. list: catalogue, itemise, itemize, tabulate, record, tally, enumerate


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