gap

(redirected from Financing Gaps)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.

gap

 [gap]
an opening or hiatus.
anion gap the concentration of plasma anions not routinely measured by laboratory screening, accounting for the difference between the routinely measured anions and cations and equal to the plasma sodium − (chloride + bicarbonate); used in the evaluation of acid-base disorders.
auscultatory gap a period in which Korotkoff sounds disappear during auscultation of a patient' s blood pressure.

gap

(gap),
1. A hiatus or opening in a structure.
2. An interval or discontinuity in any series or sequence.
3. A period in the cell cycle.
4. A communicating junction.

gap

Vox populi A separation between 2 or more objects or processes. See Anion gap, AC-BC gap, Developmental gap, Gender gap, Osmolar gap, Utilization gap.

gap

(G) (gap)
1. A hiatus or opening in a structure.
2. An interval or discontinuity in any series or sequence.
3. A period in the cell cycle.

gap

(gap)
1. Space created because two adjacent teeth in dental arch do not touch.
2. A hiatus or opening in a structure.
References in periodicals archive ?
In addition, the conditions for payments of land have become very difficult and therefore forced developers to pay the value of land in a hurry, as well as extend installment periods, leading to a financing gap for those companies.
World Bank Country Director for Kenya Johannes Zutt said the financing gap facing the East African nation is partly to blame for the poor state of doing business in the country.
The European Commission has issued a tender for a study on the structuring and financing of energy infrastructure projects, the financing gaps and recommendations regarding the new EU Energy Security and Infrastructure Instrument (EESII).
Noting that official development assistance has increased only nominally and that real aid inflows are still below the 1990 level and have declined in sub-Saharan Africa, it argues that African countries need to mobilize more domestic and external financial resources in order to fill the financing gaps and accelerate growth.