1) (an arrangement by which a person keeps his money in a bank: I have (opened) an account with the local bank.) (av)regning
2) (a statement of money owing: Send me an account.) regnskap(s-)
3) (a description or explanation (of something that has happened): a full account of his holiday.) (bank)konto
4) (an arrangement by which a person makes a regular (eg monthly) payment instead of paying at the time of buying: I have an account at Smiths.) konto, avdrag
5) ((usually in plural) a record of money received and spent: You must keep your accounts in order; (also adjective) an account book.) utredning; beretning
- accountant
- account for
- on account of
- on my/his etc account
- on my/his account
- on no account
- take something into account
- take into account
- take account of something
- take account of
subst. \/əˈkaʊnt\/
1) oppgjør, regnskap
2) regning, konto
put down to an account
føre opp \/ sette inn på en konto
3) fordel, nytte
4) redegjørelse, forklaring
5) vekt, betydning
6) beretning, rapport, fremstilling
7) (musikk) tolkning, gjengivelse
accounts regnskapsavdeling, regnskap
as per account rendered (handel) følge (inngitt) oppgjør
balance\/square accounts gjøre opp et regnskap, gjøre opp
by all accounts eller from all accounts etter alt å dømme
by one's own account ifølge ens eget utsagn
call\/bring somebody to account trekke noen til ansvar\/regnskap
demand an account forlange regnskap
the final account regnskapets time, dommedag
give a good\/bad account of oneself klare seg godt\/dårlig, lykkes\/mislykkes med
give a good account of oneself
klare seg bra\/gjøre sine saker bra
give an account of redegjøre for
go to one's last account møte sin skaper
have accounts against somebody ha tilgodehavende hos noen
have an account with ha kreditt\/konto hos
keep accounts føre regnskap
leave out of account ikke ta med i beregningen, se bort fra, ikke ta hensyn til
make little account of ikke regne for noe større, bagatellisere
make out an account skrive ut en regning
of no account uten betydning
of small account av liten betydning, av liten verdi
of some account viktig, med betydning
a person of some account
en betydningsfull person
on account a konto, i løpende regning
on account of (overført) på grunn av
on no account eller not on any account (overført) ikke under noen omstendighet, ikke i noe tilfelle
on one's own account for egen regning
on somebody's account (overført) for noens skyld
on that account (overført) av den grunn
pay\/settle an account betale\/gjøre opp en regning
payment on account avbetaling, betaling a konto
pay something on account
betale noe a konto
render an account avlegge regnskap for avlegge\/avgi rapport om
run up an account with begynne å handle på kreditt hos, skaffe seg konto hos
settle\/square accounts with somebody (også overført) gjøre opp (regning) med noen, betale det man skylder
take account of eller take into account ta med i beregningen, ta hensyn til
turn\/put to (good) account dra nytte av, utnytte, dra fordel av
verb \/əˈkaʊnt\/
1) (gammeldags) avlegge regnskap
2) betrakte som, anse som
she was accounted a competent teacher
hun ansett som en dyktig lærer
account for gjøre greie for, svare for, avlegge regnskap for forklare årsaken til, gjøre rede for (jakt e.l.) nedlegge, felle, skyte
he accounted for several rabbits
ivareta, ta hånd om, utgjøre
immigrants account for a vast majority ot the work force
innvandrere utgjør en stor andel av arbeidskraften
be accounted for være kommet til rette
everyone was accounted for
ingen var savnet
there's no accounting for tastes smak og behag kan ikke diskuteres

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.


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