leveraging


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Synonyms for leveraging

investing with borrowed money as a way to amplify potential gains (at the risk of greater losses)

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Leveraging an open architecture approach and industry-standard components, Rackable Systems' storage servers are available in both half-depth and full-depth form factors, offering a lower total cost of ownership with the benefit of world-class customer support.
Truly unprecedented system credit expansion underpinned buoyant asset markets: From the household and government sectors, on the one hand, and financial sector leveraging on the other.
The now vacated circuit court decision was also notable for its view that the hospital had engaged so-called "monopoly leveraging," an independent violation of Section 1.
Why has it involved such a broad leveraging of corporate balance sheets?
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By tapping into its global Innovation Network and leveraging its HiTech practice, TCS is contributing to the further development of Integrien's flagship product Integrien Alive[TM], including the SAP connector for Alive 5.
The prudent repayment of equity over time through additional leveraging by a public or private sector sponsor will not be viewed negatively as long as the growing future value of the asset or the concession adequately compensates for the equity take-out.