Thin Capitalisation

Thin Capitalisation,

Thin Capitalisation means,

  1. Thin Capitalisation means: If a company has low debt equity, it is considered a small investment.

Literal Meanings of Thin Capitalisation

Thin:

Meanings of Thin:
  1. With a little thickness or depth.

  2. Make less crowded, crowded or heavier.

  3. Increase or decrease in width or thickness.

  4. Hit the ball over its center.

  5. It has a contrasting surface or a slight thickness or depth aspect.

  6. (By someone) who has very little flesh or fat in his body or not.

  7. They have very little space or shore compared to these areas, which are rarely closed or crowded.

  8. Contains a lot of liquid and a little solid.

  9. Insufficient results or very little to guarantee effects.

Sentences of Thin
  1. Cut as thin as possible

  2. Fire archers brutally shortened their ranks

  3. The effect of depleting the ozone layer is likely to slow global warming trends.

  4. His lie was not good and his kick was a little soft, the ball fell 12 yards after the cut.

  5. Thin slices of bread

  6. She is very thin

  7. Desperate lean mass

  8. Thin soup

  9. There is very little evidence

Synonyms of Thin

decrease, threadbare, willowy, sylphlike, rangy, slender, insubstantial, scanty, diminish, thinned down, watered down, tenuous, flimsy, become less dense, svelte, threadlike, watery, lean, slight, become less numerous, spare, slim, feeble, fine

Thin Capitalisation,

Thin Capitalisation means,

If the company has low equity in terms of debt, it is considered small capital.

Literal Meanings of Thin Capitalisation

Thin:

Meanings of Thin:
  1. With surfaces or opposite directions close to each other or relatively close.

  2. They have little or no flesh or fat on their bodies.

  3. Compared to these areas, they have parts or limbs that are rarely covered or filled.

  4. (Of a liquid) in which many fluids are not solid.

  5. Lack of substance or poor or insufficient quality.

  6. Become less crowded, crowded or countless.

  7. Increase or decrease in its thickness.

  8. Strike at its center (a ball).

  9. Indicates a certain degree of thinness.

Sentences of Thin
  1. Thin and slender teenager

  2. Desperate skinny

  3. Cut the ham as finely as possible.

  4. The archers of fire mercilessly shortened their ranks.

Synonyms of Thin

lanky, spindle-shanked, pinched, emaciated, scattered, papery, sticklike, like a matchstick, sloppy, looking like a bag of bones, skin-and-bones, angular, unconvincing, prune, shallow, macilent, raw-■■■■■, weak, dwindle, like a skeleton, dissipate

Capitalisation:

Meanings of Capitalisation:
  1. The process of writing or printing in capital letters or with capital letters.

  2. Providing capital to a company or converting income or assets into capital.

Thin Capitalisation,

Thin Capitalisation Definition:

  1. A company is considered small capital if its equity is low in terms of debt.

Literal Meanings of Thin Capitalisation

Thin:

Meanings of Thin:
  1. With surfaces or opposite sides close to each other or relatively close.

  2. Parts or limbs are smaller than areas that are rarely covered or filled.

  3. (Of a liquid) which does not contain many free flowing solids.

  4. Becoming or becoming less crowded, crowded or numerous.

  5. Hit the ball at its center.

Sentences of Thin
  1. Slim and slender young man

  2. The evidence is weak

  3. Firefighters mercilessly shortened their ranks.

  4. arachnid

Synonyms of Thin

meagre, dilute, thinning, weedy, cadaverous, pencil-thin, wasted, gangly, as thin as a rake, trim, wispy, anorexic, inadequate, as thin as a reed, skinny, narrow, stringy, wafer-thin, diluted, cut back, underweight, single

Capitalisation:

Meanings of Capitalisation:
  1. The process of writing or printing in large letters or with large initials.

  2. Provide capital for the business or convert income or assets into capital.