The act of returning (transitive), or sending back to the same place or condition; restitution; repayment; requital; retribution; as, the return of anything borrowed, as a book or money; a good return in tennis.
A report back to the Court, with a brief account of his actions under the writ or notice he has required to serve, explaining the time and manner of service or the reason why he was unable to serve it, if that was the case.
A return transaction gives back funds to a customer's credit card against an existing order on the Gateway system. To perform a return, you need the order number (which you can find in your Reports). If you perform a Return of the full order amount, the order will appear in your Reports with a transaction amount of 0.00.
The second stage of the after-life, corresponding symbolically to the passage of Spirit's gyre through the sign of Taurus. It comprises several states in each of which the Spirit attempts to understand its preceding life in different manners, and it passes from one to the other not in sequence but in rhythmic alternation. The first of these subsidiary states is also named the Return, where events are relived in sequence, and the other main stage is the Dreaming Back, where they are relived according to intensity. Further stages include the Phantasmagoria and other variations which Yeats does not label clearly.
The status of an application that has been sent back to the applicant with instructions to amend the application with corrections or additional information. A returned application is not dismissed. However, if the applicant fails to amend its application within a specified time, the application is dismissed.
n. 1. the extension of a cam which bends back towards the mounting surface and the measurement of the remaining distance from the mounting surface to the end of the cam, 2. the distance from a door face to the tip end of a lever handle
v.t. (of a fielder) to throw the ball from somewhere in the field back to the wicket-keeper or another fielder stationed near one of the wickets. a throw from a fielder to the wicket-keeper or another fielder stationed near one of the wickets.
the gains (or losses) you make on your investment. Composed of two parts: a) your dividend payments, and b) the capital gain (or loss) that results from your investment's change in value. Greater returns are usually achieved by taking greater risks (which may also land you with greater losses).
an investment return is how much you get back from an investment compared with the amount you invested. You never know how much that will be. For example, the returns on a share in a company may be very high or may amount to not much at all. If you're lucky, the returns on investing time into a relationship are a happy relationship for years to come.
Also Net interest return. Signifies the profitability, of securities in particular, i.e. the actual annual return on the invested capital. Return is usually expressed as a percentage. It is almost always different from the nominal interest rate or the dividend, because the purchase price does not correspond to the face value. The calculation involves multiplying the return (dividend, interest), say 6 %, by the market price, say 150 %. (6 x 100) ¸ 150 = 4 % return; see also Fixed-interest securities.
Also known as Rate of Return. The amount gained or lost on an investment over a period of time, normally as a percentage of initial investment. Real Return is a return that has been adjusted for inflation.
The amount that is earned by someone who holds an asset, usually expressed as a percentage of what it cost to acquire the asset. The return includes interest, dividends, and capital gains and losses, the latter due to both changes in the price of the asset and, for international holdings, changes in exchange rates.
How well you do by investing in one asset as opposed to another (e.g., if you buy a house in an up-and-coming neighborhood, you expect a better return when you sell it than if you buy a house next to where a new freeway is going to be built).
The amount of gains or losses on your investments. This return is expressed as a percentage or "rate of return." Returns may include income from interest or dividends as well as appreciation or depreciation of the price of the investment.
(or Total Return or Net Return) Total return measures increases and decreases in the value of your investment over time, after subtracting costs (you will usually find it written as "Net Return"). When expressed as a percentage, net return for an indicated period is calculated by dividing the change in a fund's *net asset value, assuming reinvestment of all income and capital gains distributions, by the initial price.
The gain or loss on an investment in a particular period, consisting of income (such as interest, dividends or rent), plus capital gains or capital losses. The return is usually expressed as a percentage.
Total returns are the standard measure of a fund's performance. They represent both the income generated by a fund's holdings (in the form of coupon or dividend payments) and the capital appreciation of its holdings.
The dividends or interest paid by a company expressed as a percentage of the current price. A stock with a current market value of $20 a share that has paid $1 in dividends in the preceding 12 months is said to return 5 percent ($1/$20). The current return on a bond is figured the same way. Another term for yield.
The change in value of an asset plus any cash distribution, expressed as a percentage of the beginning investment value. For example, an investment of $100 that is worth $112 at the end of one year has a return of 12% ($112 - $100) ÷ $100 = 0.12 or 12%.
In finance, return is the profit â€“ in the form of income and capital appreciation â€“ on an investment. The rate of return is a percentage which measures the rate of gain or loss of an investment over a given holding period. Gains or losses are measured by positive or negative rates of return respectively.
Represents the change in value of an investment over time. It is calculated by dividing the current market value by the cost of the initial investment. The calculation assumes all income (dividends or interest) and capital gains are reinvested.
The pre-tax profit of an investment, expressed as an annual percentage of the investor's original capital. The sum of the net change in the investment's market value and any dividends or interest paid is divided by the purchase price.
A return transaction occurs when a customer returns an item after the merchant has closed the batch containing that transaction. S Corporation- this is a small corporation which elects subchapter S tax treatment pursuant to rules set forth by the IRS. S corporation, which is limited to 75 or fewer shareholders, provides the benefits of incorporation but it eliminates "double taxation," which is when the profits of a corporation are taxed first as income to the corporation and then second as income to the shareholders when profits are distributed as dividends.
The amount of money that you receive as a percentage of an initial investment. For example, if you initially invested $100 in a one-year investment, and in a year your investment had grown to $110, the return on it would be $10, or 10%.
The profit (or loss) earned through investing. S&P 500 Stock Index. A composite index of 500 large company stocks compiled by Standard & Poor's Corporation. The S&P 500 is used as a broad measure of stock market performance.
is the reward for investing your money. It can be in two forms: an income (such as dividends), or capital growth (such as an increase in the value of your investment). Returns depend on many variables: the asset class invested in, the duration of investment, economic conditions, Government influences, and the impact of inflation. The past performance of an investment can only be a guide to its future return and, in general, the higher the potential return, the greater the risk. Research into the past performance of the various asset classes strongly indicates that investments in shares have the highest potential return over the long term, with cash and fixed interest investments having the lowest potential return. Property fits in between these two classes, with a medium return over the long term Hide Definition
1. The return on a real estate investment includes appreciation (depreciation) in market value, which is called capital gains (capital losses) and periodic cash payments. 2. A vent in an air-conditioning system used to rout air back to the AC unit. 3. A plumbing fitting with a 180-degree bend.
There is typically only one true definition for return and its application can differ in certain environments. This is considered beyond the scope of this definition. Return is specifically the monetary component received back on an investment above the original amount invested. It can be expressed as a percentage or as a value.
The continuation in a different direction, most often at a right angle, of a building, face of a building, or any member, as a molding or mold; -- applied to the shorter in contradistinction to the longer; thus, a facade of sixty feet east and west has a return of twenty feet north and south.
The part of a curtain, drapery, cornice, or valance that goes around the side. To hang flush with the wall at right angles, it is usually equivalent to the distance between the front surface and the wall.
The drapery fabric that covers the area from the end of the curtain back to the wall. In shirr-on curtains, the fabric is eased around the corner of the curtain rod. In pin-on draperies, an additional pin is used at the outside top corners of the drapery and hooked into the rod bracket hole.
The flat side of a lambrequin, pelmet or valance that buts up to the wall. This term also applies to the outside edge of a curtain that covers the space created between the track and the wall at the sides. It cuts out the light that would otherwise filter into the room down the sides of the curtain, creating a very tailored or ‘boxed’ effect to the window dressing
A channel formed in the outer frame of a window or door that accepts sheet rock or some other wall covering. This channel allows for a neat and inexpensive way of finishing. Also the distance from the inside edge of a window or door to the inside surface of the wall into which the window or door is installed measured perpendicular to the wall.
In a mixer, 1. A line level input designed to receive a signal from an outboard device. 2. The controls for that input. Any line input can be used as a return or returns can be used for line inputs. Returns don't usually have as extensive of access to auxiliaries and EQ as standard line inputs do.
A line-level input usually tied directly to the main mix buss. Returns may or may not have EQ. If they do, it is generally simpler than input channel EQ. Originally intended for the return of effects signals that were sent out on Aux Sends, now most often used as spare inputs.
1) Flats joined to the DS edge of flats of a set or unit that "return" into the wings. They help mask and also keep the DS edge of a set from looking raw. 2) A financial report given to theatre management staff by the box office manager on a daily or weekly basis setting out the takings for performances. 3) Route for an auxiliary signal back into a sound mixer.
A return is a mixer line input dedicated to the task of returning processed or added sound from reverb, echo and other effects devices. Depending on the internal routing of your mixer and your own inclination, you could use returns as additional line inputs, or you could route your reverb outputs to ordinary line inputs rather than the returns.
On your keyboard this is the large key with an arrow printed on it. It performs the same functions as the Enter key, but in word processing programs, it also moves the cursor down to the next line of text, making that line 'active' so that you can type new paragraphs or insert pictures.
A key that you can press to move the cursor to the beginning of the next line. Also used in many applications to accept choices or indicate that you've finished doing something and are ready to proceed.
Any ACH entry that has been returned to the ODFI by the RDFI or by the ACH Operator because it cannot be processed. The reason for each return is included with the return in the form of a "return reason code."
To render, as an account, usually an official account, to a superior; to report officially by a list or statement; as, to return a list of stores, of killed or wounded; to return the result of an election.
An account, or formal report, of an action performed, of a duty discharged, of facts or statistics, and the like; as, election returns; a return of the amount of goods produced or sold; especially, in the plural, a set of tabulated statistics prepared for general information.
Return is a norwegian rock band from Stange, Hedmark. The band was started in 1980, and had it's prime time during the last part of the 1980- and beginning of the 1990-. In this period they had several singles on the norwegian hit charts and were among the bestselling bands in the country.
This is the part of the thermal energy distribution system that carries fluid (water or air) from the conditioned space back to the air handler so that it can be heated or cooled and sent out to the conditioned space again.
To communicate information back to the sender of a message. Whenever a message expression is evaluated, the receiver of the message responds by returning an object, which becomes the value of the message expression. Returning a value indicates that the receiver's response to the message is complete. The object that is returned by a receiver is determined by the method that is invoked by a message. The method may specify the returned object explicitly through an expression containing the return operator (^); otherwise, the default value returned is usually the receiver itself.
v.t. (of values) 1. (from a block) to transfer control and values from the block; that is, to cause the block to yield the values immediately without doing any further evaluation of the forms in its body. 2. (from a form) to yield the values.
An Electronic Check transaction that could not be completely processed for reasons such as NSF, invalid account number, account closed or other rejection reason(s) provided by the customer's bank. A chargeback is a type of return. Also see “Chargeback.
Statement that ends the execution of a method. If the method has a return type, this statement returns a value of that type; otherwise, if the method returns void, execution of the method ends at the return statement.
A report, usually addressing specific questions, sometimes narrative, but usually statistical. Shipping returns, for example, detailed vessels entering and leaving port, tonnage, crew, port of origin, etc.
The act of a function giving its results to the code that called it. Every function returns the type of data it is defined to return. Use the command return to accomplish this. It is good practice, though not required, to have return on the last line of the returning function.