Back Up

Business / Finance / Back Up: (1) When bond yields rise and prices fall, the market is said to backup. (2) An investor who swaps out of one security into another of shorter current maturity is said to back up.

Other Words for Back

Back Adverb Synonyms: to or toward(s) the rear, rearward(s), backward(s), away
Back Adjective Synonyms: rear, service, servants'
Back Verb Synonyms: invest in, wager or bet on
Back Noun Synonyms: backside, rear, dorsum
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Ring Up (Or Rung Up)

Entertainment / Baseball / Ring Up (Or Rung Up): Refers to a pitcher striking a batter out. MORE

Roll Up

Business / Finance / Roll Up: To move to an option position with a higher exercise price. In venture capital, refers to the venture capitalist forcing small firms to merge operations in order to reduce costs MORE

Round-Up Calls-Billing

Technology / Cell Phones / Round-Up Calls-Billing: When calls are billed by the minute, any call that uses a portion of a minute is rounded up and billed for the whole minute. For example, if you make a call that lasts 3 minutes and 2 seconds, you are MORE

Roundup Ready Soybeans (RR Soybeans)

Business / Agriculture / Roundup Ready Soybeans (RR Soybeans): Genetically engineered glyphosate-tolerant soybeans. Roundup is the trade name for glyphosate, a broad-spectrum herbicide. Farmers planting RR soybeans pay more for the seed, must use certain herbicid MORE

Residual Supplier

Business / Agriculture / Residual Supplier: A country that supplies the world market only after importers have met their initial needs from preferred suppliers. A residual supplier is not initially competitive because of higher prices or lower MORE

Rent Up

Business / Real Estate / Rent Up: A requirement of a lender that a developer lease a stated amount of space in a building as a prerequisite to a permanent lender taking out the interim lender. MORE

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