(a) FINANCE (statement) compte m, note f;
to pay a sum on account payer une somme en acompte;
we bought the car on account nous avons acheté la voiture à crédit;
payment on account paiement à compte ou à crédit;
I paid £100 on account j'ai versé un acompte de 100 livres
account payable compte créditeur, dette f fournisseur;
accounts payable dettes f pl passives ou fournisseurs;
accounts payable ledger livre m des créanciers;
account receivable compte client ou débiteur;
accounts receivable dettes actives, créances f pl (clients);
accounts receivable ledger livre des débiteurs;
account tendered relevé m remis;
as per or to account tendered (on statement) suivant compte ou relevé remis
(b) (with shop, company) compte m; COMPUTING (with ISP) abonnement m (with auprès de)
to have an account with John Lewis avoir un compte chez John Lewis, être en compte avec John Lewis;
to buy sth on account acheter qch à crédit;
to settle an account régler un compte;
to set up an account with sb s'abonner auprès de qn;
put it on or charge it to my account inscrivez-le ou mettez-le à mon compte;
cash or account? vous payez ou réglez comptant ou est-ce que vous avez un compte chez nous?
account card fiche f de facture;
account credit avoir m de compte
accounts (of company) comptabilité f;
to keep the accounts tenir les livres ou les écritures ou la comptabilité;
to enter sth in the accounts comptabiliser qch
account balance (status) situation f de compte; (after audit) reliquat m de compte;
account book livre m de comptes, registre m de comptabilité;
accounts card fiche f de compte;
accounts clerk employé(e) m, f aux écritures;
accounts department (service m de la) comptabilité;
COMPUTING accounts package logiciel m de comptabilité;
COMPUTING accounts software logiciel de comptabilité
(d) BANKING compte m;
to open an account (se faire) ouvrir un compte;
to close an account fermer un compte;
to pay money into one's account verser de l'argent sur son compte;
to pay sb's salary directly into his/her account verser le salaire de qn par virement direct sur son compte;
to overdraw an account mettre un compte à découvert
account charges frais m pl de tenue de compte;
account fee commission f de compte;
account handling fee commission de tenue de compte;
account holder titulaire m f d'un compte;
account manager chargé(e) m, f de compte;
account number numéro m de compte;
account statement relevé m ou état m ou bordereau m de compte
(e) (in advertising, marketing, PR) budget m, compte-client m, client(e) m, f;
we lost the Guinness account nous avons perdu le budget Guinness
account director directeur(trice) m, f des comptes-clients;
account executive (in advertising, marketing) responsable m f de budget, chargé(e) m, f de budget; (in PR) relationniste-conseil m f;
account handler (in advertising, marketing) responsable de budget, chargé(e) de budget; (in PR) relationniste-conseil;
account manager (in advertising, marketing) responsable de budget, chargé(e) de budget; (in PR) relationniste-conseil
the account la liquidation (mensuelle)
account day (jour m de) règlement m, jour de la liquidation;
American account executive agent m de change
(g) FINANCE (of expenses) état m, note f; (of transactions) exposé m
(h) to set up in business on one's own account s'installer à son compte, se mettre à son compte
account for transitive verb
(a) (explain)
to account for sth comptabiliser qch, justifier qch;
the strong pound accounts for the drop in exports la solidité de la livre explique la baisse des exportations
(b) (make up) représenter;
wine accounts for five percent of all exports le vin représente cinq pour cent des exportations totales

English-French business dictionary. 2013.

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