Put

Business / Finance / Put: An option granting the right to sell the underlying futures contract. Opposite of a call.

Other Words for Put

Put Adjective Synonyms: place, position, situate, set, lay, station, stand, deposit, rest, settle, locate
Put Verb Synonyms: assign, commit, cause, set, consign, subject
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Input Overload Distortion

Technology / Home Audio / Input Overload Distortion: Distortion caused by too great an input signal being sent to an amplifier or preamplifier. It is not affected by volume control settings and often occurs when mics are positioned too close to the soun MORE

Farm Inputs

Business / Agriculture / Farm Inputs: The resources that are used in farm production, such as chemicals, equipment, feed, seed, and energy. Most farm inputs are purchased (a change from the days when animals powered most operations), maki MORE

A-V Outputs

Technology / Digital Cameras / A-V Outputs: Video or audio/video outputs are found on most digital cameras; they let you send an image to a TV for easier viewing. An A/V output will also let you send sound (if your camera has that capability, a MORE

Put Bond

Business / Finance / Put Bond: A bond that the holder may choose either to exchange for par value at some date or to extend for a given number of years. If the price is above par, the put is a 'premium put.' MORE

Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI)

Technology / Television (TV) / Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI): Images which are created digitally, usually through computer modeling with wireframe objects. MORE

Persons Using Television (PUT)

Technology / Television (TV) / Persons Using Television (PUT): A measurement of the total number of people in the target audience who are watching television for five minutes or longer during an average quarter-hour. PUT is generally expressed as a percent. MORE

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