♦ account


♦ account
♦ account /əˈkaʊnt/
n.
1 resoconto; descrizione: Give me an account of what happened, fammi un resoconto dell'accaduto; descrivimi quanto accaduto; faithful account, resoconto fedele; glowing account, resoconto assai animato
2 (econ., banca) conto: bank account, conto in banca; current account, conto corrente; deposit account, conto di deposito; joint account, conto cointestato; savings account, conto di risparmio; conto di deposito fruttifero; to have (o to keep) an account at, avere un conto aperto in (un negozio); to have an account with, avere un conto presso (una banca); to open an account, aprire un conto; to pay money into an account, versare denaro su un conto; Please charge it to my account, (in banca) me lo addebiti sul conto; (in un negozio) me lo metta sul conto; to settle an account, saldare un conto; DIALOGO-Paying in at the bank- What's the account number?, qual è il numero di conto?
3 (econ.) cliente (abituale)
4 (rag.) conto; rendiconto; (al pl.) scritture contabili, contabilità (sing.): annual account, rendiconto annuale; profit and loss account, conto profitti e perdite; conto economico; to audit the accounts, verificare i conti; to do one's accounts, fare i conti; to keep the accounts, tenere i conti (o la contabilità); account books, libri contabili
5 (al pl.: Accounts) (org. az.) reparto (sing.) contabilità: DIALOGO-New flame- She works in accounts, lavora in contabilità
6 ragione; causa; motivo: on account of, a (o per) causa di; on my account, per causa mia; per me; on no account, per nessun motivo; in nessun caso; on this account, per questo motivo; on several accounts, per diversi motivi
7 [u] conto; profitto; vantaggio; tornaconto: on one's own account, per conto proprio; a proprio vantaggio; indipendentemente; to put (o to turn) st. to (good) account, trarre profitto da qc.; mettere a frutto qc.; volgere qc. a proprio vantaggio; to find one's account in st., trovare il proprio tornaconto in qc.
8 [u] importanza; valore; peso; considerazione: of no account, senza importanza; of some account, di una certa importanza; di un certo peso; to hold in some account, tenere in qualche conto; to make little account of, dare poca importanza a; to take into account (o to take account of) prendere in considerazione; tener conto di; to take little account of, dare poca importanza a; to take no account of (o to leave out of account) non tenere in alcuna considerazione
9 (Borsa, GB) ciclo operativo
10 (comput., Internet) account
● (rag.) account balance, saldo di un conto □ (banca) account charges, spese di conto □ (banca) account current, conto corrente □ (Borsa) account day, giorno di liquidazione; giorno dei compensi □ (org. az.) accounts department, reparto contabilità □ (org. az., spec. nel marketing e nelle vendite) account executive = account managersotto □ (banca) account holder, titolare di un conto; correntista □ (org. az., spec. nel marketing e nelle vendite) account manager, account manager (colui che è addetto alla gestione dei rapporti con specifici clienti abituali) □ (rag.) accounts payable, conto fornitori; conto debitore; «creditori diversi» □ (rag.) accounts receivable, conto clienti; conto creditore; «debitori diversi» □ (banca) account rendered, saldo a nuovo □ (comm.) account sales, conto vendite (a provvigione) □ (rag.) account stated, conto approvato (dal debitore); (anche) conto liquidato □ to bring (o to call) sb. to account, chiedere conto di qc. a q.; esigere spiegazioni da q.by (o from) all accounts, a detta di tutti □ by his own account, per sua stessa ammissione □ to give a good account of oneself, dare una buona prova di sé; farsi onore □ to have an account to settle with sb., avere un conto da regolare con q. (fig.) □ on account, in acconto; a credito: to buy on account, comprare a credito □ on all accounts, sotto ogni aspetto □ to square accounts with, aggiustare (o sistemare) i conti con.
(to) account /əˈkaʊnt/
v. t.
considerare; ritenere; reputare: His speech was accounted a success, il suo discorso è stato considerato un successo.

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