backlog of orders


backlog of orders
портфель невыполненных заказов ;

Англо-Русский словарь финансовых терминов. 2000.

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  • backlog — Unfilled orders for goods or services. Orders for goods or services that the company has not yet delivered or rendered to its customers. American Banker Glossary * * * backlog back‧log [ˈbæklɒg ǁ lɒːg, lɑːg] noun [countable usually singular] an… …   Financial and business terms

  • backlog — / bæklɒg/ noun work which has piled up waiting to be done, e.g. orders or letters ● The warehouse is trying to cope with a backlog of orders. ● We’re finding it hard to cope with the backlog of paperwork …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • backlog — / bæklɒg/ noun an amount of work, or of items such as orders or letters, which should have been dealt with earlier but is still waiting to be done ● The warehouse is trying to cope with a backlog of orders. ● We’re finding it hard to cope with… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • backlog — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, huge, large VERB + BACKLOG ▪ be faced with, have ▪ We are faced with a backlog of orders we can t deal with …   Collocations dictionary

  • backlog — back|log [ bæk,lag ] noun singular an amount of work or other things that you should already have done or dealt with: We re working weekends in order to clear a backlog of orders …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • backlog — UK [ˈbækˌlɒɡ] / US [ˈbækˌlɑɡ] noun [singular] an amount of work or other things that you should already have done or dealt with We re working weekends in order to clear a backlog of orders …   English dictionary

  • backlog — The current figurative meaning ‘arrears of uncompleted work’ is an Americanism from the 1930s which passed rapidly into British use. The original physical meaning ‘a log placed at the back of a fire’ dates from the 17c; in between is an earlier… …   Modern English usage

  • Backlog — Back log (b[a^]k l[o^]g ; 115), n. [Back, a. + log.] 1. A large stick of wood, forming the back of a fire on the hearth. Contrasted to {forestick}. [U.S.] [1913 Webster] There was first a backlog, from fifteen to four and twenty inches in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • backlog — ☆ backlog [bak′lôg΄ ] n. 1. a large log at the back of a fire, as in a fireplace 2. a reserve of something stored, saved, etc. 3. an accumulation of unfilled orders, unfinished work, etc. vi., vt. backlogged, backlogging to accumulate as a… …   English World dictionary

  • backlog — (n.) 1680s, large log placed at the back of a fire, from BACK (Cf. back) (adj.) + LOG (Cf. log) (n.1). Figurative sense of something stored up for later use is first attested 1883, but this and the meaning arrears of unfulfilled orders (1932)… …   Etymology dictionary

  • backlog — /bak lawg , log /, n., v., backlogged, backlogging. n. 1. a reserve or accumulation, as of stock, work, or business: a backlog of business orders. 2. a large log at the back of a hearth to keep up a fire. Cf. forestick. v.t. 3. to hold in reserve …   Universalium


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