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leverage

1. noun influence2. noun FIN of company's value3. noun exertion of force4. verb make sth have more influence5. verb FIN of borrowed money 1 noun influencetionchar masc1  c m uthis act gives farmers more leverage tugann an t-acht seo níos mó tionchair d'fheirmeoirí, is mó an tionchar atá ag feirmeoirí mar gheall ar an acht seothis can be used as leverage during the discussion is féidir é seo a úsáid le tionchar a imirt ar an bplé, is féidir é seo a úsáid le brú a chur le linn an phléwe don't have any leverage with the government níl aon tionchar againn ar an rialtas, ní féidir linn brú ar bith a chur ar an rialtas 2 noun (US) FIN of company's valuegiaráil fem3financial leverage giaráil airgeadaisoperating leverage giaráil oibriúcháinupward leverage cumas ardaitheach
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3 noun exertion of forceluamhán masc1  c m uto bring leverage to bear on sth luamhán a oibriú ar rud 4 verb make sth have more influence TRANSITIVEtreisigh verb  c m uthe company wants to leverage its brand in this market tá an comhlacht ag iarraidh tionchar a bhranda sa mhargadh seo a threisiú, tá an comhlacht ag iarraidh cur le tionchar a bhranda sa mhargadh seosome teachers try to leverage technology in their schools déanann roinnt múinteoirí iarracht cur le tionchar na teicneolaíochta ina gcuid scoileanna 5 verb FIN of borrowed money TRANSITIVEgiaráil fem3to leverage capital caipiteal a ghiaráil