arrear(s)s of work

недоделанная работа ; отставание в работе ;

Англо-Русский словарь финансовых терминов. 2000.

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  • arrear — noun /əˈɹɪə/ a) Work to be done, obligation. I have a large arrear of letters to write. J. D. Forbes. b) Unpaid debt. My own work, with its manifold arrears, took me all day to clear off. Stoker, Dracula …   Wiktionary

  • arrear — əˈri(ə)r, iə also aˈ noun ( s) Etymology: obsolete arrear, adverb, behindhand, from Middle English arrere behind, backward, from Middle French, from Old French ariere, arriere, arrere, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin ad retro backward, from Latin ad… …   Useful english dictionary

  • arrear — noun Etymology: Middle English arrere behind, backward, from Anglo French arere, from Vulgar Latin *ad retro backward, from Latin ad to + retro backward, behind more at at, retro Date: 1620 1. the state of being behind in the discharge of… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • in arrears (also chiefly Law in arrear) — 1》 behind with paying money that is owed.     ↘(of wages or rent) paid at the end of each period of work or occupation. 2》 (of a competitor in a race) falling behind others. → be arrayed in …   English new terms dictionary

  • Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal — The steam crane at Mount Sion, on the Bury arm Original owner Manchester Bolton Bury Canal Company Principal engineer …   Wikipedia

  • arrears — plural noun payments or debts that are outstanding and due. Phrases in arrears (also chiefly Law in arrear) 1》 behind with paying money that is owed.     ↘(of wages or rent) paid at the end of each period of work or occupation. 2》 (of a… …   English new terms dictionary

  • arrears — an amount still outstanding or uncompleted, esp. work undone or a debt unpaid. Phrases and idioms: in arrears (or arrear) behindhand, esp. in payment. Derivatives: arrearage n. Etymology: ME (orig. as adv.) f. OF arere f. med.L adretro (as… …   Useful english dictionary

  • MAINTENANCE — (Heb. מְזוֹנוֹת, mezonot), generally speaking, the supply of all the necessaries of the party entitled thereto, i.e., not only food, but also matters such as medical expenses, raiment, lodging, etc. (Sh. Ar., EH 73:7; see husband and wife ). When …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • John Finlaison (Finlayson) — John Finlaison (1783–1860), civil servant, government actuary and the first president of the Institute of Actuaries.Early lifeJohn Finlaison, eldest son of Donald Finlayson and Isabella Sutherland, was born at Thurso in Caithness on the 27th of… …   Wikipedia

  • Crown Estate — This article is about British landholdings. For the vehicle, see Toyota Crown. The Crown Estate Statutory corporation overview Formed 1961 ( …   Wikipedia

  • arrears — [ə rirz′] pl.n. 〚ME arrers < arrere, backward < OFr ariere < VL aretro < L ad, to + retro, behind〛 1. unpaid and overdue debts 2. unfinished business, work, etc. in arrears or in arrear behind in paying a debt, doing one s work, etc. * * *… …   Universalium


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