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account debit

  • 1 account debit

    учет дебет счета (левая часть бухгалтерского счета; в активных счетах по дебету записывается увеличение суммы, а в пассивных — уменьшение суммы по данному счету)

    Англо-русский экономический словарь > account debit

  • 2 debit

    1. noun
    дебет; to put to the debit of smb. записать в дебет кому-л.
    2. verb
    дебетовать, вносить в дебет
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    1 (n) дебет; дебетовая сторона счета; дебетовая страница; дебит; расход
    2 (v) взыскивать с текущего счета; внести в дебет; вносить в дебет; дебетовать; записать; записывать; относить на дебет счета
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    1. дебет 2. вносить в дебет, дебетовать
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    [deb·it || 'debɪt] n. дебет v. дебетовать, заприходовать
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    1. сущ. дебет 2. гл. вносить в дебет, дебетовать (to - во что-л.)

    Новый англо-русский словарь > debit

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