dividend


dividend
noun
1 payment on a company share
ADJECTIVE
big, high, large
10%, etc.
total
gross, net (both BrE)
annual, quarterly
final, interim (both BrE)
company, corporate
share (esp. BrE), stock (esp. AmE)

Investors will still pay tax on their foreign share dividends.

cash
VERB + DIVIDEND
pay
distribute
get, receive
announce, declare

The company has not yet declared its dividends for this year.

boost, increase, lift (BrE), raise
hold, maintain

The interim dividend is maintained at 2.5 cents per share.

cut, reduce, slash
tax
DIVIDEND + VERB
be up

The dividend is up 10.6%.

go up, grow, rise

The dividend should rise to 5 cents.

stay

The dividend stays at 0.5p.

be payable

The final dividend, payable on July 1, is reduced to 1p.

DIVIDEND + NOUN
payment, payout
distribution
growth, increase
cut
income, total, yield

The fund has a dividend yield of 5.75%.

rate
tax
cheque/check
stocks (AmE)
policy
PREPOSITION
dividend on

They have announced the quarterly dividend on the shares.

PHRASES
an increase in a dividend
2 benefit/reward
ADJECTIVE
big, great, handsome, huge, large, rich
economic, political
peace
VERB + DIVIDEND
bring, pay, produce, reap, yield

Her hard work paid dividends when she won the school dancing competition.

The company reaped rich dividends with its new strategy.

PREPOSITION
dividend in

The chain's investment in new stores is bringing dividends in new customers.

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  • dividend — div·i·dend / di və ˌdend/ n 1: the part of corporate net earnings distributed usu. periodically (as quarterly) to stockholders in the form of cash, additional shares, or property either as a set amount per share or a percentage of par value… …   Law dictionary

  • dividend — DIVIDÉND, dividende, s.n. Parte din profitul unei societăţi pe acţiuni care revine fiecărui acţionar în raport cu acţiunile pe care le posedă. – Din fr. dividende, lat. dividendus. Trimis de LauraGellner, 18.06.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  DIVIDÉND s. v …   Dicționar Român

  • Dividend — Div i*dend, n. [L. dividendum thing to be divided, neut. of the gerundive of dividere: cf. F. dividende.] 1. A sum of money to be divided and distributed; the share of a sum divided that falls to each individual; a distribute sum, share, or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dividend — divìdend (dividȅnd) m <G mn nādā/ ēndā> DEFINICIJA mat. broj koji treba podijeliti; djeljenik, opr. divizor ETIMOLOGIJA vidi dividirati …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Dividénd — (lat.), s. Division …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Dividénd — (Dividendus, lat.), s. Division …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • dividend — Under the Bankruptcy and insolvency Act it refers to those monies paid by a Trustee in Bankruptcy to the creditors. (Dictionary of Canadian Bankruptcy Terms) United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012 …   Glossary of Bankruptcy

  • divìdend — (dividȅnd) m 〈G mn nādā/ ēndā〉 mat. broj koji treba podijeliti, djeljenik, opr. divizor …   Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika

  • dividend — late 15c., from M.Fr. dividende a number divided by another, from L. dividendum thing to be divided, neut. gerundive of dividere (see DIVIDE (Cf. divide)). Mathematical sense is from 1540s. Meaning portion of interest on a loan, stock, etc. is… …   Etymology dictionary

  • dividend — [n] one’s share, profit allotment, allowance, appropriation, bonus, carrot*, check, coupon, cut*, dispensation, divvy*, extra, gain, gravy*, guerdon, interest, lagniappe*, meed, pay, portion, premium, prize, proceeds, remittance, returns, reward …   New thesaurus

  • dividend — ► NOUN 1) a sum of money that is divided among a number of people, such as the part of a company s profits paid to its shareholders or the winnings from a football pool. 2) (dividends) benefits from an action or policy. 3) Mathematics a number to …   English terms dictionary


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