to balance an account ; to be likely to ; to be possible ; union ; group ; will ; conference ; gathering ; get-together ; to be able to ; to be sure to ; can ; meeting ; meet ; to assemble ; association ; to meet ; party ; accountancy ; accounting ; can be ; fellowship ; society ; to gather ; to see
Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
It's possible to branch out from computing to jobs in banking, accountancy and so on.
In a project of the size we just described, most -- if not all -- the expenditures are for labor, from an accountancy perspective.
The accountancy allow us to buy paper by cash instead of buy a new typewriter.
The IT industry is piling into business intelligence, seeing it as a natural successor of services such as accountancy and computing in the first and second half of the 20th century respectively.
They are people who wanted to be writers or performers, and decided instead to take the cautious route and go to accountancy school or law school or dental school.
Nowadays we all have access to so many tools such as computers, internet, accountancy packages, and DIY guides.
In recent years in the United States, we have seen some spectacular corporate and public accountancy failures, ethical violations, and illegal actions, as reported in the press.
The headquarters of one of Europe ’s largest accountancy firms overlooks the Thames.
Along with the computer used extensively in the finance realm,a series of influence was produced in some aspects,for example,the accountancy post division of work,the data saving etc. ,which cannot make the internal control system of the original handicraft operation adapted with it completely.
Business studies— a mixture of law, accountancy and practical French— were taught at Oxford as early as the13 th century, arousing the same sniffy response from some of the dons as they do today.