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account

noun [C] (BANK) 银行     /əˈkaʊnt/ ( also bank account)
an arrangement with a bank to keep your money there and to allow you to take it out when you need to 账户,户头 I've opened an account with a building society. 我在房屋互助协会开了个账户。 I paid the money into my account this morning. 今天上午我把钱存入了我的账户。 UK She paid the cheque into/ US She deposited the check in her account. 她把支票存入了账户。 I need to draw some money out of my account. 我得从我的账户上取出一些钱来。 Banks and bank accounts
(Definition of account noun (BANK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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