tranche

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tranche

 (träNsh)
n.
1. A portion of a total, especially of a block of assets such as cash or securities: the riskiest tranche of the bond offering; money delivered in two tranches.
2. A cut or slice of meat: a tranche of sirloin.

[French, slice, tranche, from Old French trenche, slice, from trenchier, to slice, cut; see trench.]

tranche

(trɑːnʃ)
n
(Stock Exchange) a portion or instalment, esp of a loan or share issue
[from French, literally: a slice]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tranche - a portion of something (especially money)tranche - a portion of something (especially money)
share, percentage, portion, part - assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group; "he wanted his share in cash"
Translations

tranche

[trɑːnʃ] Nparte f, tajada f

tranche

[ˈtrɑːnʃ] n
[shares, company] → tranche f
(= part) [funding] → tranche f

tranche

n (of shares, cash) → Tranche f
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IRENE: Nicol, James says you've already done the conversion on the traunche levels for Pimnol.
The notes are to be purchased in traunches, with the first traunche of $250,000 and then monthly traunches of $100,000 each until a total of $1,000,000 in notes have been purchased.
This traunche will support our rapid expansion as we bring our proven photovoltaic semiconductor printing technology to market.
0 million traunche will occur upon the later of stockholder approval or the effectiveness of the registration statement, and the Company's fulfillment of other covenants and milestones.
Antares received $5,000,000 gross proceeds upon closing of the first traunche and has access to an additional $5,000,000 (the second traunche) after September 30, 2007, but before December 31, 2007, subject to certain conditions, including compliance with representations, warranties and covenants.
The final traunche of $700,000 will be received by the Company when the registration statement is declared effective by the SEC.