Highly Confident Letter

Business / Finance / Highly Confident Letter: Japanese term for a takeover.

Other Words for Confident

Confident Noun Synonyms: secure, sure, certain, assured, positive, convinced
Confident Adjective Synonyms: self-confident, self-assured, self-possessed, reliant, self-reliant, dauntless, bold, cool, cocksure, fearless, courageous, cocky
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Other Words for Highly

Highly Adjective Synonyms: greatly, much, tremendously, well, enthusiastically, warmly, immensely, hugely
Highly Adverb Synonyms: favourably, well, enthusiastically, approvingly, warmly, praisefully
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Other Words for Letter

Letter Noun Synonyms: character, symbol, sign
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Letterbox

Technology / Television (TV) / Letterbox: A process by which a widescreen film is presented on video. The top and bottom of the video frame is blackened, and the widescreen film frame is reduced to fit into this frame-within-the-video-frame. MORE

Letterbox Mode

Technology / Television (TV) / Letterbox Mode: A method of presenting widescreen images on a standard screen television. In order to preserve the aspect ratio of the original video content, the picture is scaled down so that it fits the available MORE

Letterman

Entertainment / Football / Letterman: A player who has been awarded a 'letter' for excellence in an activity, especially a varsity sport. The specific requirements vary by school and by sport. MORE

Letterwinner

Entertainment / Football / Letterwinner: A player who has been awarded a 'letter' for excellence in an activity, especially a varsity sport. The specific requirements vary by school and by sport. MORE

Letter Stock

Business / Finance / Letter Stock: Privately placed common stock, so-called because the SEC requires a letter from the purchaser stating that the stock is not intended for resale. MORE

Letter Of Intent

Business / Finance / Letter Of Intent: An assurance by a mutual fund shareholder that a certain amount of money will be invested monthly, in exchange for lower sales charges. In mergers, a preliminary merger agreement between companies aft MORE

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