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accountancynoun [U]

uk   /əˈkaʊntənsi/ us   also accounting UK
ACCOUNTING the job of being an accountant: She chose to follow a career in accountancy after graduating. an accountancy firm
the education that is needed to become an accountant: The board claimed he did not have sufficient management expertise despite his accountancy qualification and experience.
(Definition of accountancy from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “accountancy”
in Arabic مُحاسبة…
in Korean 회계업무…
in Portuguese contabilidade…
in Catalan comptabilitat…
in Japanese 会計士の仕事, 経理の仕事…
in Chinese (Simplified) 会计工作, 会计职业…
in Turkish muhasebe…
in Russian бухгалтерия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 會計工作, 會計職業…
in Italian contabilità…
in Polish księgowość…
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