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derivative instrument, derivative, derivative security
n. a financial instrument which derives its value from the performance of an underlying investment or entity; "The derivative security is used to hedge currency or exchange rate risk."
financial derivative, derivative, derivative instrument
n. a financial instrument which derives its value from the performance of an underlying investment or entity; "Examples of derivative instruments include options, futures, and swaps."
first derivative, differential coefficient, derived function, differential, derivative
n. the result of mathematical differentiation; the instantaneous change of one quantity relative to another; df(x)/dx
derivative
n. (linguistics) a word that is derived from another word; "`electricity' is a derivative of `electric'"
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derivative
adj. resulting from or employing derivation; "a derivative process"; "a highly derivative prose style"
derivative
adj. resulting from or employing derivation; "a derivative process"; "a highly derivative prose style"
derived, derivative
adj. resulting from or employing derivation; "a derivative process"; "a highly derivative prose style"
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option
n. the right to buy or sell property at an agreed price; the right is purchased and if it is not exercised by a stated date the money is forfeited
future
n. bulk commodities bought or sold at an agreed price for delivery at a specified future date
future
n. bulk commodities bought or sold at an agreed price for delivery at a specified future date
Investment
n. [the practice of laying out money in something in order to make profit]
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adapted
adj. changed in order to improve or made more fit for a particular purpose; "seeds precisely adapted to the area"; "instructions altered to suit the children's different ages"
platitudinal, bromidic, platitudinous, corny
adj. dull and tiresome but with pretensions of significance or originality; "bromidic sermons"
well-worn, old-hat, stock, trite, tired, timeworn, threadbare, shopworn, hackneyed, commonplace, banal
adj. repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse; "bromidic sermons"; "his remarks were trite and commonplace"; "hackneyed phrases"; "a stock answer"; "repeating threadbare jokes"; "parroting some timeworn axiom"; "the trite metaphor `hard as nails'"
ready-made, cliched
adj. repeated regularly without thought or originality; "ready-made phrases"
copied, imitative
adj. marked by or given to imitation; "acting is an imitative art"; "man is an imitative being"
duplicate
adj. identically copied from an original; "a duplicate key"
moth-eaten, dusty, stale, cold
adj. lacking originality or spontaneity; no longer new; "moth-eaten theories about race"; "stale news"
slavish
adj. blindly imitative; "a slavish copy of the original"
traced
adj. derived by copying something else; especially by following lines seen through a transparent sheet
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primitive
adj. used of preliterate or tribal or nonindustrial societies; "primitive societies"
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