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balance sheet

n.
A statement of a business or institution that lists the assets, debts, and owners' investment as of a specified date.

balance sheet

n
(Accounting & Book-keeping) a statement that shows the financial position of a business enterprise at a specified date by listing the asset balances and the claims on such assets

bal′ance sheet`


n.
a statement of the financial position of a business on a specified date, esp. a tabular statement showing the debit and credit balances to be equal in a set of accounts.
[1830–40]

balance sheet

A statement showing the assets and liabilities of a business enterprise at a particular point in time.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.balance sheet - a record of the financial situation of an institution on a particular date by listing its assets and the claims against those assetsbalance sheet - a record of the financial situation of an institution on a particular date by listing its assets and the claims against those assets
record - a document that can serve as legal evidence of a transaction; "they could find no record of the purchase"

balance sheet

noun statement, report, account, budget, ledger, financial statement, credits and debits sheet They needed a strong balance sheet.
Translations
بَيَان الـمِيزانيَّةكشف بَيانُ الميزانيّه
rozvahabilance
statusopgørelseregnskab
tase
bilanca
efnahagsreikningur
貸借対照表バランスシート
대차대조표
bilancia
balansräkning
งบดุล
bilançobilânço
bản cân đối kế toán

balance sheet

nbilancio (di esercizio)

balance

(ˈbӕləns) noun
1. a weighing instrument.
2. a state of physical steadiness. The child was walking along the wall when he lost his balance and fell.
3. state of mental or emotional steadiness. The balance of her mind was disturbed.
4. the amount by which the two sides of a financial account (money spent and money received) differ. I have a balance (= amount remaining) of $100 in my bank account; a large bank balance.
verb
1. (of two sides of a financial account) to make or be equal. I can't get these accounts to balance.
2. to make or keep steady. She balanced the jug of water on her head; The girl balanced on her toes.
balance sheet
a paper showing a summary and balance of financial accounts.
in the balance
in an undecided or uncertain state. Her fate is (hanging) in the balance.
off balance
not steady. He hit me while I was off balance.
on balance
having taken everything into consideration. On balance I think Miss Smith is a better tennis player than my sister.

balance sheet

بَيَان الـمِيزانيَّة rozvaha statusopgørelse Bilanz ισολογισμός balance, hoja de balance contable tase bilan bilanca stato patrimoniale 貸借対照表 대차대조표 balans balanseregnskap zestawienie bilansowe balancete баланс balansräkning งบดุล bilanço bản cân đối kế toán 资产负债表
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