medium term

medium term
vidutinis laikotarpis statusas Aprobuotas sritis fiskalinė politika apibrėžtis Penkerių kalendorinių metų laikotarpis, apimantis einamuosius, prieš tai buvusius ir trejus būsimus kalendorinius metus, einančius iš karto vieni po kitų. atitikmenys: angl. medium term šaltinis Lietuvos Respublikos fiskalinės drausmės įstatymo 2, 3 straipsnių ir įstatymo priedo pakeitimo įstatymo projektas

Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas). 2015.

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  • medium-term — ˈmedium term adjective [only before a noun] not happening or making a profit immediately, but not over a very long period of time: • a medium term loan • It is possible to get some quite good yields on medium term bonds. compare long term, short… …   Financial and business terms

  • medium term — medium .term n [singular] the period of time a few weeks or months ahead of the present →↑short term, long term ↑long term in the medium term ▪ The company s prospects look good in the medium term. ▪ medium term investments …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • medium term — medium ,term noun singular the period of time that lasts a few months or years from the present time: In the short to medium term, there will be an agreement of some sort …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • medium-term — medium ,term adjective within the period of time that begins at the present time and lasts a few months or years: There will no doubt be some medium term effects on sales …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • medium term — UK US noun [singular] the period of time that lasts a few months or years from the present time In the short to medium term, there will be an agreement of some sort. Thesaurus: general periods of timehyponym periods of successsynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • medium-term — ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective : of or relating to a financial gain, loss, operation, or obligation based on a term of more than a year and usually not more than 10 years * * * meˈdium term adjective Intermediate between short term and long term •… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Medium Term — An asset holding period or investment horizon that is intermediate in nature. The exact period of time that is considered medium term depends on the investor s personal preferences, as well as on the asset class under consideration. In the fixed… …   Investment dictionary

  • medium-term — N SING: usu N n The medium term is the period of time which lasts a few months or years beyond the present time, in contrast with the short term or the long term. Economists had been arguing that the medium term economic prospects remained poor …   English dictionary

  • medium-term — long /short /medium term in the long/medium/short term a long, medium, or short time in the future. Have you made any long term plans? (always before noun) Medium term funding may be offered to help start new projects in developing countries …   New idioms dictionary

  • medium term — noun (singular) the period of time a few weeks or months ahead of the present: in the medium term: The company s prospects look good in the medium term. | medium term investments compare short­term, long­term …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • medium-term — / mi:diəm tɜ:m/ adjective referring to a point between short term and long term ♦ medium term forecast a forecast for two or three years ♦ medium term loan a bank loan for three to five years …   Dictionary of banking and finance

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