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  • scale — /skeɪl/ noun 1. a system which is graded into various levels ♦ scale of charges or scale of prices a list showing various prices ♦ scale of salaries a list of salaries showing different levels of pay in different jobs in the same company 2. ♦ to… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • Prices of production — refers to a concept in Karl Marx s critique of political economy. It is introduced in the third volume of Das Kapital, where Marx considers the operation of capitalist production as the unity of a production process and a circulation process… …   Wikipedia

  • Scale Order — A type of order that comprises several limit orders at incrementally increasing or decreasing prices. If it is a buy scale order, the limit orders will decrease in price, triggering buys at lower prices as the price starts to fall. With… …   Investment dictionary

  • scale — scale1 scaleless, adj. scalelike, adj. /skayl/, n., v., scaled, scaling. n. 1. Zool. a. one of the thin, flat, horny plates forming the covering of certain animals, as snakes, lizards, and pangolins. b. one of the hard, b …   Universalium

  • scale — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 size/extent ADJECTIVE ▪ full ▪ It was several days before the full scale of the accident became clear. ▪ big, considerable, epic, grand, greater …   Collocations dictionary

  • scale — scale1 W2S3 [skeıl] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(size/level)¦ 2¦(range)¦ 3¦(for weighing)¦ 4¦(measuring system)¦ 5¦(measuring marks)¦ 6¦(map/model)¦ 7¦(music)¦ 8¦(fish)¦ 9¦(teeth)¦ 10¦(water pipes)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • scale — I. /skeɪl / (say skayl) noun 1. one of the thin, flat, horny or hard plates that form the covering of certain animals, as fishes. 2. any thin plate like piece, lamina, or flake such as peels off from a surface. 3. Botany a. a small rudimentary… …   Australian English dictionary

  • economies of scale — scale effect Reductions in the average cost of production, and hence in the unit costs, when output is increased. If the average costs of production rise with output, this is known as diseconomies of scale. Economies of scale can enable a… …   Accounting dictionary

  • economies of scale — scale effect Reductions in the average cost of production, and hence in the unit costs, when output is increased. If the average costs of production rise with output, this is known as diseconomies of scale. Economies of scale can enable a… …   Big dictionary of business and management

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