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controller

noun [C] ( also US comptroller)
 
 
/kənˈtrəʊlər/ ( also financial controller) ACCOUNTING
a senior manager who is responsible for preparing a company’s financial reports and making certain that the company’s accounts are regularly checked and correct: The controller must advise on potential acquisitions and business decisions made by the company.
Translations of “controller”
in Korean 관리자…
in Arabic مُراقِب…
in Portuguese controlador, -ora…
in Catalan director, -a…
in Japanese 管理者…
in Italian controllore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 控制者, 管理者, 指揮者…
in Russian контролер, инспектор…
in Turkish kontrolör, kontrol memuru…
in Chinese (Simplified) 控制者, 管理者, 指挥者…
in Polish kierownik…
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