On The Take

Business / Finance / On The Take: Used in the context of general equities. Price moving upward, because more buyers are taking offerings, causing offerings to vanish and be replaced by higher ones. Antithesis of come in, get hit.

Other Words for Take

Take Noun Synonyms: appropriate, arrogate, extract, carry off or away, steal, purloin, pilfer, filch, palm, rob, shoplift, pocket, remove, walk off or away with, run or make off or away with, embezzle, misappropriate, peculate, plagiarize, pirate, lift, swipe, snitch,
Take Adjective Synonyms: grip, seize, grasp, clasp, get, get or take hold of, grab, snatch, clutch, catch, capture, obtain, lay hold of, lay (one's) hands on, procure, acquire, gain (possession of), take possession of, secure, win, carry off, abduct, nab
Take Verb Synonyms: reserve, book, engage, hire, rent, lease
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Other Words for The

The Adjective Synonyms: drama, the stage, dramaturgy, dramatic or Thespian or histrionic art(s), the boards, show business, showbiz
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Orientation

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Orientation: The introduction of employees to their jobs, co-workers and the organization by providing them with information regarding such items as policies, procedures, company history, goals, culture and work r MORE

Original Horizontality

Science / Geology / Original Horizontality: One of the principles of relative dating. Based upon the good assumption that sedimentary rocks are deposited in horizontal or nearly horizontal layers: then if sedimentary layers are found in an incl MORE

Organizational Unit

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Organizational Unit: An organizational unit is any component that is part of the contractor's corporate structure. In a more traditional organization, it might be a department, division, section, branch or group. In a les MORE

Organizational Transformation

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Organizational Transformation: Refers to organization-wide changes, such as restructuring operations, introducing new technologies, processes, services or products, implementing new programs, re-engineering, etc. MORE

Organizational Structure

Business / Accounting / Organizational Structure: Lines of authority and responsibility. MORE

Organizational Survey

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Organizational Survey: The process of evaluating and analyzing an organization’s structure and other major components to determine whether they are suitably meeting the organization’s current and future needs. MORE

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