Number Of Days Sales Invested In Working Capital

Business / Accounting / Number Of Days Sales Invested In Working Capital: An alternative measure of the amount of working capital used in generating the sales of a period: computed by dividing 365 days by the working capital turnover.

Other Words for Capital

Capital Noun Synonyms: head, top, crown, cap
Capital Adjective Synonyms: chief, main, major, important, cardinal, central, principal, prime, primary, paramount, pre-eminent, foremost, leading
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Other Words for Number

Number Adjective Synonyms: numeral, integer, figure, digit
Number Noun Synonyms: issue, edition, copy
Number Verb Synonyms: few, handful, crowd, slew, gang, bunch, party, bevy, covey, troop, company, platoon, swarm, horde, multitude, mob, host, army, mass, hundred, thousand, million, billion, several, many, numbers, legions, slew(s) or slue(s), loads
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Overwriting

Business / Finance / Overwriting: A speculative options strategy that involves selling call or put options on stocks that are believed to be overpriced or underpriced; the options are expected not to be exercised. MORE

Owners Title Insurance

Business / Real Estate / Owners Title Insurance: An insurance policy protecting the buyer for the amount of the purchase price in the event of a future title dispute. MORE

Oxidation Number

Science / Chemistry / Oxidation Number: A convention for representing a charge of an atom embedded within a compound, if the compound were purely ionic. For example, H2O is a covalent compound; if it were ionic, the hydrogens would be H+ (o MORE

Overwithholding

Business / Finance / Overwithholding: Deducting and paying too much tax that may be refunded to the taxpayer or applied against the next period's obligation. MORE

Overtraining

Health / Fitness / Overtraining: Excess of exercise resulting in inadequete recovery. MORE

Overswing

Entertainment / Golf / Overswing: 1. To swing too hard to the point of negatively affecting the result 2. Too long a backswing, usually thought of in terms of well beyond the point of the club's shaft being horizontal or parallel wit MORE

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