[ə'kaunt] 1. n
1) фін. раху́нок

for account of — за раху́нок кого́сь

on account — в раху́нок су́ми

current account (скор. C/A) — пото́чний раху́нок

joint account — зага́льний раху́нок

to keep accounts — ве́сти бухга́лтерські кни́ги

to settle [to square] accounts — розрахо́вуватися, зво́дити раху́нки; перен. розквита́тися

2) розраху́нок

he is quick at accounts — він шви́дко (до́бре) раху́є

3) звіт; зві́тна до́повідь

to call to account — притягти́ до відповіда́льності; вимага́ти поя́снень

to give an account of — дава́ти звіт

to give a detailed account of one's journey — да́ти дета́льний звіт про свою́ по́дорож

4) ду́мка; оці́нка

by all accounts — на зага́льну ду́мку

to leave out of account — не зважа́ти на, не бра́ти до ува́ги

to take into account — бра́ти до ува́ги

not to hold of much account — бу́ти невисо́кої (непохвальної) ду́мки

5) підста́ва, причи́на

on account of — че́рез, вна́слідок

on no account — ні в я́кому ра́зі

6) зна́чення, важли́вість

of no account, of small account — незначни́й, неважли́вий; неважли́во

it is of no account — це не ма́є зна́чення

7) ви́года; ко́ри́сть

to turn to account — здобува́ти ко́ри́сть, використо́вувати

to turn a thing to account — використо́вувати щось у свої́х інтере́сах


on one's own account — на свій страх і ри́зик

on smb.'s account — зара́ди ко́гось

2. v
1) визнава́ти, вважа́ти за

I account myself happy — я вважа́ю себе́ щасли́вим

2) зві́тувати (for)

to account for — дава́ти звіт у чо́мусь

3) поя́снювати (for)

this accounts for her absence — ось чим поя́снюється її́ відсу́тність

English-Ukrainian transcription dictionary . 2014.


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