Vent

Business / Construction / Vent: A pipe or duct which allows the flow of air and gasses to the outside. Also, another word for the moving glass part of a window sash, i.e. Window vent.

Other Words for Vent

Vent Noun Synonyms: give vent to, express, verbalize, air, articulate, enunciate, declare, voice, announce, communicate, pronounce, proclaim, reveal, release, let go, let loose, allow to become known, make known, blurt out, make public, broadcast
Vent Adjective Synonyms: opening, slit, slot, hole, aperture, air-hole, blow-hole, spiracle, orifice, outlet, inlet, funnel, flue, duct, passage, fumarole, fissure, pipe, mofette or moffette
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Inventory Targets

Business / Finance / Inventory Targets: The numbers of months of inventory that the user requires to be in stock at a given point in time. For Raw Materials, this amount represents the number of months of future production. For Finished Goo MORE

Number Of Days Of Inventory On Hand

Business / Accounting / Number Of Days Of Inventory On Hand: An alternative measure of how well inventory is being managed: computed by dividing 365 days by the inventory turnover ratio. MORE

Solvent Extraction

Science / Chemistry / Solvent Extraction: Solvent extraction is a method for separating mixtures by exploiting differences in the solubilities of the components. For example, a coffee machine extracts the soluble components of ground coffee w MORE

Primary Prevention

Life Style / Adoption / Primary Prevention: Activities geared to a sample of the general population to prevent child abuse and neglect from occurring. Also referred to as 'universal prevention.' MORE

Secondary Prevention

Life Style / Adoption / Secondary Prevention: Activities targeted to prevent breakdowns and dysfunctions among families who have been identified as at risk for abuse and neglect. MORE

Inventory Turnover

Business / Finance / Inventory Turnover: The ratio of annual sales to average inventory, which measures the speed at which inventory is produced and sold. Low turnover is an unhealthy sign, indicating excess stocks and/or poor sales. MORE

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