Annual Venture

Annual Venture,

Annual Venture means,

  1. The system is used to manage the Lloyds Consortium, where accounts are treated separately each year. Members become unions for one fiscal year, and the RITC mechanism typically reports three-year results at the end of the year.

Literal Meanings of Annual Venture

Annual:

Meanings of Annual:
  1. Books or magazines are published once a year with different content on the same topic.

Sentences of Annual
  1. The sponsored walk became an annual event

Synonyms of Annual

once-a-year, every twelve months, yearly

Venture:

Meanings of Venture:
  1. A risky or adventurous journey or adventure.

  2. Dare to do something or wherever it is dangerous or painful.

Sentences of Venture
  1. Leading companies in lesser known waters

  2. It turned into a blizzard

Synonyms of Venture

set forth, progress, trek, set out, proceed, adventure, journeying, voyage, search, undertaking, travel, rove, move, journey, exploration, expedition, venture, odyssey, travels, wandering, go

Annual Venture,

Annual Venture Meanings:

  1. The definition of Annual Venture is: This system was used to manage the Lloyds Syndicate, which treats each account separately for the year. The RITC mechanism reports membership or union membership and results for a financial year at the end of the year, usually three years later.

Literal Meanings of Annual Venture

Annual:

Meanings of Annual:
  1. A book or magazine that is published once a year under the same title but with different content.

  2. Annual plant

Sentences of Annual
  1. Annual spring sowing

Venture:

Meanings of Venture:
  1. Dangerous or adventurous journey or adventure.

  2. Start a risky or adventurous journey or action plan.

  3. Dare to do or say something that is considered bold (usually used as a polite expression of suspicion or apology).

Sentences of Venture
  1. He stepped into the blizzard

  2. Can I add some comments?

Synonyms of Venture

suggest, essay, bring up, speculate, go out on a limb, migrate, have the audacity, make so bold as, postulate, have the temerity, opine, drift, take the liberty of, presume, lodge, advance, have the effrontery, propose, air, posit, conjecture, introduce, proffer, have the nerve, put forward, take a flyer, stick one's neck out