receivable


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Related to receivable: Notes Receivable, Receivable Turnover

re·ceiv·a·ble

 (rĭ-sē′və-bəl)
adj.
1. Suitable for being received or accepted, especially as payment.
2. Awaiting or requiring payment; due or collectible.
n.
A business asset due to one business from another: The clerk itemized all receivables each Friday.

receivable

(rɪˈsiːvəbəl)
adj
1. (Commerce) suitable for or capable of being received, esp as payment or legal tender
2. (Commerce) (of a bill, etc) awaiting payment: accounts receivable.
n
(Commerce) (usually plural) the part of the assets of a business represented by accounts due for payment

re•ceiv•a•ble

(rɪˈsi və bəl)

adj.
1. fit for acceptance; acceptable.
2. awaiting receipt of payment.
3. capable of being received.
n.
4. receivables, business assets in the form of money owed by customers, clients, etc.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.receivable - awaiting payment; "accounts receivable"
due - owed and payable immediately or on demand; "payment is due"

receivable

adjective
Translations

receivable

[rɪˈsiːvəbl]
A. ADJ (Comm) → por cobrar, a cobrar
B. receivables NPLcuentas fpl por cobrar

receivable

adj (Jur) → zulässig; accounts receivable (Comm) → Außenstände pl; bills receivable (Comm) → Wechselforderungen pl

receivable

[rɪˈsiːvəbl] adj (Comm) → esigibile; (owed) → dovuto/a
References in classic literature ?
All his funds amounted to 6,000, or 8,000 francs, his bills receivable up to the 5th to 4,000 or
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With an average tenure of over 20 years, the staff at American Receivable consistently delivers superior service.
Efficiency problems with the working capital cycle can hide cash as uncollected accounts receivable and/or as slow inventory turnover.
Most of these strategies involve monetization of the supplier's trade accounts receivable.
Among the assets PwC transferred to PwCC were its consulting business's uncollected accounts receivable for services it had previously rendered (unrealized receivables).
SmartStream Technologies, the financial Transaction Lifecycle Management specialist, has announced the global roll-out of its TLM Accounts Receivable solution to help banks deliver a holistic receivables management solution to their corporate clients.
The bank was only willing to extend him a line for a small proportion of the company's outstanding accounts receivable. This is common with engineering service companies that do not have tangible collateral to use as security for a loan.
By discovering automated receivables analytics and reporting tools, they have increased their visibility into receivables data and streamlined accounts receivable processing allowing them to strategically manage receivables and accelerate cash flow.
Factoring is a transaction whereby a business (a vendor) sells its accounts receivable to a third party, usually a financial institution (called a factor), at a discount in exchange for immediate payment with which to finance continued business.
In recent years, reporting entities of all kinds have found themselves holding loans receivable and similar financial assets that are likely to be partially or fully uncollectible.
GIVEN THE IMPACT of the financial meltdown on corporate liquidity, treasurers are looking more closely at the accounts receivable process and exploring ways to integrate receivables.