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Interest (Econ) Tiền lãi, lãi suất.

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interest /"intrist/ danh từ
sự quan tâm, sự chú ý; điều quan tâm, điều chú ýa question of great interest: một vấn đề đáng chú ý sự thích thú; điều thích thú tầm quan trọnga matter of great interest: một việc quan trọng quyền lợi; lợi ích, ích kỷto do something in (to) somebody"s interest (s): làm gì vì lợi ích của ai lợi tức, tiền lãi tập thể cùng chung một quyền lợithe steel interest: nhóm tư bản thépto make interest with somebody dùng lợi ích cá nhân làm áp lực với ai ngoại động từ làm cho quan tâm, làm cho chú ý, làm cho thích thú liên quan đến, dính dáng đếnthe fight against aggression interests all peoples: sự đấu tranh chống xâm lược liên quan đến mọi dân tộc làm tham giato interest a finacier in an undertaking: làm cho một nhà tư bản tài chính tham gia một cuộc kinh doanhlãicarried interest arrangement: dàn xếp hoãn trả lãicarried interest arrangement: dàn xếp với lãi képcompound interest: lãi képcredit interest: lãi suất tín dụngfavorable interest rate: mức lãi xuất ưu đãiinterest loan: sự cho vay có lãiinterest rate: lãi suấtlow interest loan: sự cho vay lãi suất thấpsimple interest: lãi đơnsimple interest formula: công thức lãi đơnlợi íchSMDS interest Group (SIF): Nhóm lợi ích SMDSSpecial interest group (SIG): nhóm lợi ích đặc biệtinterest group: nhóm chung lợi íchinterest group: nhóm cùng lợi íchinterest group: nhóm có chung lợi íchlợi tứcaccrued interest receivable: lợi tức không được nhậninterest from lending money: lợi tức từ việc cho vay tiềnnet profit interest: lợi tức thựcrate of interest: tỷ suất lợi tứcsimple interest: lợi tức đơn giảnsingle-digit interest: lợi tức số đơnquyền lợijoint interest: quyền lợi chunglife interest: quyền lợi trọn đờiLĩnh vực: hóa học & vật liệusự quan tâmaccrual of interestsự tích lũy lợi nhuậnback interestnợ còn khất lạiback interesttiền thiếu nợback interesttiền thuế thiếucontrolling interestsự kiểm tra tài chínheffective interest ratemức lời thực sựfocal point of interesttrung tâm thu hút sự chú ýfrequency range of interestphạm vi tần số quan tâmjoint interestphần hùnland interestquyền sở hữu đất đai <"intrist> o lợi tức Phần lợi tức sản xuất từ giếng. o sự quan tâm; quyền lợi, lợi ích o lợi tức, tiền lãi § back interest : tiền thiếu nợ, tiền thuế thiếu, nợ còn khất lại § controlling interest : sự kiểm tra tài chính § joint interest : quyền lợi chung, phần hùn § landed interest : quyền sở hữu đất đai § life interest : quyền lợi trọn đời, quyền hưởng suốt đời § net profit interest : lợi tức thực § nonoperating mineral interest : (luật về) quyền lợi công nhân mỏ được hưởng khi đình công § operating interest : quyền tham gia một hợp đồng tô nhượng (góp vốn hoặc điều hành) § royalty interest : tiền thuế mỏ (trả cho chủ đất) § shipping interest : chủ tàu, chủ hãng đóng tàu; cổ phần trong công ty vận tải thủy § vested interest : quyền lợi được đảm bảo mãi mãi § working interest : quyền lợi tham gia vào một hợp đồng tô nhượng (góp vốn hoặc điều hành)

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Tiền lãi

Số tiền do một bên phải trả cho việc sử dụng tiền của phía bên kia.

Word families (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs): interest, interest, interested, interesting, disinterested, uninterested, interestingly

Word families (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs): interest, interest, interested, interesting, disinterested, uninterested, interestingly





Từ điển Collocation

interest noun

1 desire to learn/hear more about sb/sth

ADJ. avid, burning, close, considerable, consuming, deep, great, intense, keen, lively, passionate, strong The police were starting to take a close interest in the company"s activities. She always had a great interest in the supernatural. | particular | growing, increasing | slightest He"s never shown the slightest interest in football. | general, widespread | worldwide | serious | genuine | abiding, lifelong | passing | renewed | added I"ll watch the programme with added interest now I know you"re in it. | active | passive | polite He showed a polite interest in her story. | personal | media The event attracted a lot of media interest.

VERB + INTEREST have | evince, express, show, take My cousin expressed an interest in seeing where I work. | feign, simulate She feigned interest in a magazine article to avoid meeting the man"s stare. | lose | arouse, attract, awaken, caught, drum up, excite, generate, kindle, spark, stimulate, stir up, whip up A sticker on a bag caught my interest. The government failed to drum up any public interest in the referendum. A childhood journey sparked his lifelong interest in railways. | develop While in prison he developed an interest in art. | maintain, sustain Despite intensive publicity, Channel 4 failed to maintain interest in its expensive new show. | revive

INTEREST + VERB grow | flag, wane The children"s interest began to flag after half an hour of the lesson.

PREP. for/out of ~ I"m asking purely out of interest. | with ~ They listened with interest. | ~ among to stimulate interest among teachers | ~ from growing interest from younger members | ~ in She took an active interest in their welfare.

2 quality that attracts attention

ADJ. great | particular Her comments are of particular interest to me. | broad, general, wide | architectural, artistic, historic/historical, scientific | academic Since the championship has already been decided, this match is of purely academic interest. | human a plot devoid of human interest | love Angelina Jolie supplies the love interest in the film.

VERB + INTEREST be of His books are of no interest to me at all. | hold no Their conversation held no interest for me. | add Bushes that flower in winter will add interest to your garden. | supply

INTEREST + VERB lie in The interest of the painting lies in its unusual use of colour.

PREP. of ~ a building of great architectural interest

3 sth you enjoy doing/learning about

ADJ. diverse, varied, wide, wide-ranging | private | artistic, musical, etc.

VERB + INTEREST have | share | pursue He wanted time to pursue his many and varied musical interests.

4 money earned from investments

ADJ. annual, monthly, etc. | compound, simple

VERB + INTEREST earn, make, receive | pay | charge

INTEREST + VERB accrue, bear

INTEREST + NOUN rate | payment | charge

PREP. ~ on to pay interest on a loan

PHRASES a rate of interest a mortgage with a fixed/flexible rate of interest

5 benefits that sth has for sb

ADJ. best It"s not in your best interests to let your boss know you"re looking for a new job. | self-, selfish | common, mutual | competing, contradictory | long-term, short-term | narrow narrow sectional interests | direct Lawyers have a direct financial interest in the outcome of the debate. | paramount, vital | vested | national, public | class, sectional | foreign, outside | economic, financial, political, strategic, etc.

VERB + INTEREST defend, guard, look after, protect, safeguard | act in, advance, champion, further, promote, serve He claimed to be acting in the public interest. | represent | act against, jeopardize, threaten

INTEREST + VERB lie in sth | be at stake

INTEREST + NOUN group Various interest groups have expressed their opposition to the policy.

PREP. against sb/sth"s ~(s) The solicitor refused to act against his client"s interests. | contrary to sb/sth"s ~ The union refused to support proposals that it saw as contrary to the interests of its members. | in sb/sth"s ~(s) New work practices were introduced in the interests of efficiency. | of ~ We met to discuss matters of common interest. | out of ~ He was obviously acting purely out of selfish interest.

PHRASES a conflict of interests One member of the planning committee had a conflict of interests as he lived near the proposed motorway. | have sb"s (best) interests at heart Although he was sometimes too strict with his children, he had their best interests at heart.

6 legal right to share in profits

ADJ. powerful | controlling, majority | minority | joint | banking, business, commercial, shipping

VERB + INTEREST have He has controlling interests in several ventures. | sell

PREP. ~ in

Từ điển WordNet


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a fixed charge for borrowing money; usually a percentage of the amount borrowed

how much interest do you pay on your mortgage?


excite the curiosity of; engage the interest of

Bloomberg Financial Glossary

利息|权益|利益利息;權益;利益The price paid for borrowing money. It is expressed as a percentage rate over a period of time and reflects the rate of exchange of present consumption for future consumption. Also, a share or title in property.

Investopedia Financial Terms

1. The charge for the privilege of borrowing money, typically expressed as an annual percentage rate. 2. The amount of ownership a stockholder has in a company, usually expressed as a percentage.