Business Credit Card

Business / Loan / Business Credit Card: An amount of money, which a business can borrow against at times it needs capital. Using a card accesses the money.

Other Words for Business

Business Noun Synonyms: duty, function, occupation, calling, vocation, trade, profession, work, province, area, subject, topic, concern, affair, responsibility, role, charge, obligation
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Other Words for Card

Card Noun Synonyms: playing-card, pasteboard
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Other Words for Credit

Credit Noun Synonyms: belief, faith, trust, credence
Credit Verb Synonyms: ascribe, acknowledge, attribute, assign, impute
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Gold Card

Business / Debt / Gold Card: A plastic payment card which normally allows the holder higher spending limits over the standard card. Also loan facilities are sometimes available. People who hold such a card are often required to b MORE

Full Faith-And-Credit Obligations

Business / Finance / Full Faith-And-Credit Obligations: Describes exchange and government regulations providing for the release and free exchange of all information pertinent to a given security. MORE

Gray Card

Entertainment / Photography / Gray Card: Card with an 18 percent gray tint (reflectance) used to determine exposure by taking a meter reading from subject light reflected by the card. MORE

Green Card

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Green Card: A card issued in accordance with immigration laws to an alien granting him or her the right to become a lawful permanent resident of the United States, including the right to work legally. MORE

GSM-102 Intermediate-Term Export Credit Guarantee Program.

Business / Agriculture / GSM-102 Intermediate-Term Export Credit Guarantee Program.: An Export Credit Guarantee Program that covers credit terms up to 3 years. The program underwrites credit extended by the private banking sector to approved foreign banks using dollar-denominated, irr MORE

Full Faith And Credit

Business / Taxes / Full Faith And Credit: Federal and municipal governments can promise repayment of debt securities they issue because they can raise money through taxes, borrowing, and other sources of revenue. That power is described as fu MORE

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