GLOSSARY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – Words starts with De

Glossary

De

De facto:

Latin existing in reality or fact with or without legal rights.

De facto:

In fact

De jure

By right.

De novo:

This Latin term means new. It is usually used in case of a new or fresh trial.

Deadbeat:

A person or company who tries to avoid paying their debts.

Dealer:

A person who buys and sells goods.

Dear money:

Also known as tight money.

When money is difficult to borrow and if a loan is secured then it would be paid back at a very high rate of interest.

Debt exposure:

Money that a lender risks losing if the borrower fails to pay it back

Debt market:

It refers to a market where debt instruments are traded.

Debt:

Money owed to another person or organisation such as a loan mortgage etc., Which is required to be paid bank usually with interest.

Debt- Equity ratio:

The debt Equity ratio establishes the relationship between share holders funds and outsiders funds.

Debtors turnover ratio:

The number of times debtors are turned over during a year.

Debitum in praesenti solvendum in future:

Owed at present payable in Future.

Debugging:

Fault finding.

Decedent:

A person who is no longer alive.

Defendant:

A person against whom a lawsuit is filled is called a defendant.

Deficit:

It means the amount by which something falls short of a target or total.

Delegation:

An assignment of responsibility or task usually by a manager to a subordinate..

Demonstration:

Clearly show something by giving proof of evidence.

Depart:

It means leave somewhere and do something different from a usual course of action.

Decision variable:

Variable directly under the control of decision maker.

Detention:

The act of retaining a person or property in temporary custody while awaiting trial.

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