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  • 1 open economy

    • avoin talous

    English-Finnish dictionary > open economy

  • 2 open account

    • avattu tili
    bookkeeping
    • avoin tili
    finance, business, economy
    • avoin luotto
    bookkeeping
    • konttokurantti

    English-Finnish dictionary > open account

  • 3 open account terms

    finance, business, economy
    • avoin luotto

    English-Finnish dictionary > open account terms

  • 4 open credit

    finance, business, economy
    • avoin luotto

    English-Finnish dictionary > open credit

  • 5 open market operation

    finance, business, economy
    • avomarkkinaoperaatio

    English-Finnish dictionary > open market operation

  • 6 open market position

    finance, business, economy
    • avomarkkinapositio

    English-Finnish dictionary > open market position

  • 7 open outcry

    stock exchange
    • julkihuuto
    finance, business, economy
    • avoin huutomenettely

    English-Finnish dictionary > open outcry

  • 8 open shop operations

    finance, business, economy
    • avoin käyttö

    English-Finnish dictionary > open shop operations

  • 9 open-end fund

    finance, business, economy
    • avoin sijoitusrahasto

    English-Finnish dictionary > open-end fund

  • 10 open-end unit trust

    finance, business, economy
    • avoin sijoitusrahasto

    English-Finnish dictionary > open-end unit trust

  • 11 open-market operation

    finance, business, economy
    • avomarkkinaoperaatio

    English-Finnish dictionary > open-market operation

  • 12 open-market position

    finance, business, economy
    • avomarkkinapositio

    English-Finnish dictionary > open-market position

  • 13 open market economy

    • avoin markkinatalous

    English-Finnish dictionary > open market economy

  • 14 combination

    • asetelma
    • yhdistelmä
    • yhdistys
    • yhdistely
    • yhdistäminen
    • yhteenliittymä
    • yhdistyminen
    • yhdelmä
    • liitto
    • seos
    • yhtyminen
    • yhtymä
    • kombinaatio
    finance, business, economy
    • konserni
    • kokoonpano
    * * *
    - bi-
    1) ((the result of) combining or being combined: The town was a combination of old and new architecture.) yhdistelmä
    2) (a set of numbers used to open certain types of lock: He couldn't open the safe as he had forgotten the combination; ( also adjective) a combination lock.) numeroyhdistelmä

    English-Finnish dictionary > combination

  • 15 draw

    • paljastaa
    • saada
    • nostaa
    • jännittää
    • juoksuttaa
    • herättää
    • hautua
    • hinata
    • houkutella
    • veto
    • vetäistä
    • vetäytyä
    • vetää puoleensa
    • vetää
    • vetonaula
    • vetonumero
    finance, business, economy
    • asettaa vekseli
    • arvonta
    • asettaa
    • raahata
    • kiskoa
    • hahmotella
    • merkitä
    • tasapeli
    • tasatulos
    • kyhäillä
    • kuvata
    • laahata
    • laatia
    • laskea
    • piirrellä
    • piirustaa
    • piirtää
    • luonnostella
    * * *
    dro: 1. past tense - drew; verb
    1) (to make a picture or pictures (of), usually with a pencil, crayons etc: During his stay in hospital he drew a great deal; Shall I draw a cow?) piirtää
    2) (to pull along, out or towards oneself: She drew the child towards her; He drew a gun suddenly and fired; All water had to be drawn from a well; The cart was drawn by a pony.) vetää
    3) (to move (towards or away from someone or something): The car drew away from the kerb; Christmas is drawing closer.) loitota, lähestyä
    4) (to play (a game) in which neither side wins: The match was drawn / We drew at 1-1.) pelata tasapeli
    5) (to obtain (money) from a fund, bank etc: to draw a pension / an allowance.) saada, nostaa
    6) (to open or close (curtains).) vetää
    7) (to attract: She was trying to draw my attention to something.) houkutella
    2. noun
    1) (a drawn game: The match ended in a draw.) tasapeli
    2) (an attraction: The acrobats' act should be a real draw.) vetonaula
    3) (the selecting of winning tickets in a raffle, lottery etc: a prize draw.) arvonta
    4) (an act of drawing, especially a gun: He's quick on the draw.) vetäminen
    - drawn
    - drawback
    - drawbridge
    - drawing-pin
    - drawstring
    - draw a blank
    - draw a conclusion from
    - draw in
    - draw the line
    - draw/cast lots
    - draw off
    - draw on1
    - draw on2
    - draw out
    - draw up
    - long drawn out

    English-Finnish dictionary > draw

  • 16 moor

    • nummi
    • ankkuroida
    finance, business, economy
    • kiinnittää
    • kanervanummi
    • kanervakangas
    • kangas
    • kangasmaa
    • mauri
    • maurilainen
    * * *
    I muə noun
    (a large stretch of open, unfarmed land with poor soil often covered with heather, coarse grass etc.) nummi
    II muə verb
    (to fasten (a ship etc) by a rope, cable or anchor: We moored (the yacht) in the bay.) kiinnittää
    - moorings

    English-Finnish dictionary > moor

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  • open economy — economic system that freely trades with other systems …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Small open economy — A small open economy, abbreviated to SMOPEC, is an economy that participates in international trade, but is small enough compared to its trading partners that its policies do not alter world prices, interest rates, or incomes. Thus, the countries …   Wikipedia

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  • open — I. adjective (opener; openest) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German offan open, Old English ūp up Date: before 12th century 1. having no enclosing or confining barrier ; accessible on all or nearly all sides …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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