account


account
I 1. [ə'kaʊnt]
nome
1) (money held at bank) conto m. (at, with a, presso)

in my, his account — sul mio, suo conto

2) comm. (credit arrangement) conto m.

to charge sth. to, put sth. on sb.'s account — addebitare, mettere qcs. sul conto di qcn.

on account — (as part payment) in acconto

to settle an account — saldare un conto

3) (financial record) rendiconto m. (finanziario)
4) (bill) fattura f.

electricity account — bolletta della luce

5) (consideration)

to take sth. into account to take account of sth. — prendere qcs. in considerazione, tener conto di qcs

6) (description) resoconto m., relazione f.

to give an account of sth. — fare un resoconto di qcs.

by all accounts — a quanto si dice

by his own account — a sentire lui stesso

7) (impression)

to give a good account of oneself — dare buona prova di sé

8) (indicating reason)

on account of — a causa o per via di

on this, that account — per questo, quel motivo

on no account — per nessuna ragione

on my, his account — a causa mia, sua

9) (advantage, benefit)

she was worried on her own account — era preoccupata per se stessa

to act on one's own account — agire di propria iniziativa

to set up business on one's own account — mettersi in proprio

10) (importance)

it's of no account to them — non ha nessuna importanza per loro

2.
nome plurale accounts
1) amm. (records) contabilità f.sing.
2) (department) reparto m.sing. contabilità, contabilità f.sing.
II [ə'kaʊnt]
verbo transitivo form. (regard as)

he was accounted a genius — era considerato un genio

* * *
noun
1) (an arrangement by which a person keeps his money in a bank: I have (opened) an account with the local bank.) conto
2) (a statement of money owing: Send me an account.) conto
3) (a description or explanation (of something that has happened): a full account of his holiday.) resoconto
4) (an arrangement by which a person makes a regular (eg monthly) payment instead of paying at the time of buying: I have an account at Smiths.) conto
5) ((usually in plural) a record of money received and spent: You must keep your accounts in order; (also adjective) an account book.) contabilità
- accountant
- account for
- on account of
- on my/his etc account
- on my/his account
- on no account
- take something into account
- take into account
- take account of something
- take account of
* * *
I 1. [ə'kaʊnt]
nome
1) (money held at bank) conto m. (at, with a, presso)

in my, his account — sul mio, suo conto

2) comm. (credit arrangement) conto m.

to charge sth. to, put sth. on sb.'s account — addebitare, mettere qcs. sul conto di qcn.

on account — (as part payment) in acconto

to settle an account — saldare un conto

3) (financial record) rendiconto m. (finanziario)
4) (bill) fattura f.

electricity account — bolletta della luce

5) (consideration)

to take sth. into account to take account of sth. — prendere qcs. in considerazione, tener conto di qcs

6) (description) resoconto m., relazione f.

to give an account of sth. — fare un resoconto di qcs.

by all accounts — a quanto si dice

by his own account — a sentire lui stesso

7) (impression)

to give a good account of oneself — dare buona prova di sé

8) (indicating reason)

on account of — a causa o per via di

on this, that account — per questo, quel motivo

on no account — per nessuna ragione

on my, his account — a causa mia, sua

9) (advantage, benefit)

she was worried on her own account — era preoccupata per se stessa

to act on one's own account — agire di propria iniziativa

to set up business on one's own account — mettersi in proprio

10) (importance)

it's of no account to them — non ha nessuna importanza per loro

2.
nome plurale accounts
1) amm. (records) contabilità f.sing.
2) (department) reparto m.sing. contabilità, contabilità f.sing.
II [ə'kaʊnt]
verbo transitivo form. (regard as)

he was accounted a genius — era considerato un genio


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