a convertible bond that is not secured with collateral.
noun 1. preferred stock that can be exchanged for a fixed number of shares of the common stock of the issuing company at the holder’s option.
noun, Photography. 1. a lens containing two or more elements that can be used individually or in combination to provide a variety of focal lengths.
convertin con·ver·tin (kən-vûr’tn) n. See factor VII.
[kuh n-vur-tuh-pleyn] /kənˈvɜr təˌpleɪn/ noun 1. an capable of both vertical flight like a helicopter and fast, forward speed like a conventional airplane. /kənˈvɜːtəˌpleɪn/ noun 1. an aircraft that can land and take off vertically by temporarily directing its propulsive thrust downwards