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Translation of "account" - English-Turkish dictionary

account

noun [C]     /əˈkaʊnt/
REPORT
B2 a written or spoken description of something that has happened olup bitenlerin sözlü ya da yazılı açıklaması They gave conflicting accounts of the events.Accounts and storiesSummaries and summarisingDescribing and telling stories
BANK ( also bank account)
B1 an arrangement with a bank to keep your money there and to let you take it out when you need to banka hesabı I paid the money into my account.AccountingBanks and bank accounts
SHOP
an agreement with a shop or company that allows you to buy things and pay for them later şirket ya da mağazalarla yapılan vadeli alışveriş sözleşmesi Borrowing, lending and debtPaying and spending money
take sth into account; take account of sth
B2 to consider something when judging a situation dikkate almak, hesaba katmak You have to take into account the fact that he is less experienced when judging his performance.Thinking and contemplating
on account of sth formal
B2 because of something ...yüzünden, sebebiyle He doesn't drink alcohol on account of his health.Connecting words which introduce a cause or reason
by all accounts
as said by a lot of people her şeye rağmen, bütün söylenenlere rağmen The party was, by all accounts, a great success.Quoting and making references
on my account
just for or because of me bu yüzden veya benim yüzümden Please don't change your plans on my account.Connecting words which introduce a cause or reason
on no account; not on any account UK
not for any reason or in any situation hiç bir surette, asla, hiç bir şekilde On no account must these records be changed. →  See also checking account , current account , deposit account Always and never
(Definition of account from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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