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accounts clerk

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  • clerk — A member s bona fide employee who has been registered by the exchange to work on the trading floor. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Glossary * * * clerk clerk [klɑːk ǁ klɜːrk] noun [countable] JOBS 1. someone who keeps records or accounts in an… …   Financial and business terms

  • clerk — [[t]klɑ͟ː(r)k, AM klɜ͟ːrk[/t]] clerks, clerking, clerked 1) N COUNT A clerk is a person who works in an office, bank, or law court and whose job is to look after the records or accounts. She was offered a job as an accounts clerk with a travel… …   English dictionary

  • clerk — 1 n 1: an official responsible (as to a court) for correspondence, records, and accounts and having specified powers or authority (as to issue writs) a city clerk clerk of court 2 a: a person employed to keep records or accounts or to perform… …   Law dictionary

  • Clerk — (kl[ e]rk; in Eng. kl[aum]rk; 277), n. [Either OF. clerc, fr. L. clericus a priest, or AS. clerc, cleric, clerk, priest, fr. L. clericus, fr. Gr. klhriko s belonging to the clergy, fr. klh^ros lot, allotment, clergy; cf. Deut. xviii. 2. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • clerk — ► NOUN 1) a person employed in an office or bank to keep records or accounts and to undertake other routine administrative duties. 2) an official in charge of the records of a local council or court. 3) a senior official in Parliament. 4) a lay… …   English terms dictionary

  • clerk — [klʉrk; ] Brit [ klärk] n. [ME < OFr & OE clerc, both < LL(Ec) clericus, a priest < Gr(Ec) klērikos, a cleric < klēros, lot, inheritance (later, from use in LXX, Deut. 18:2, of the Levites, hence the Christian clergy), orig., a shard… …   English World dictionary

  • clerk — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French clerk & Old English cleric, clerc, both from Late Latin clericus, from Late Greek klērikos, from Greek klēros lot, inheritance (in allusion to Deuteronomy 18:2), stick of wood; akin to Greek… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • accounts — A category of personal property defined by Article 9 of the UCC. Under the pre 2000 version of Article 9, an account is a right to receive payment for goods sold or leased, or for services rendered, where these rights are not evidenced by an… …   Financial and business terms

  • accounts payable — is money you owe to suppliers and other business creditors as a result of purchases of stock and other expenses such as overheads and taxes. Glossary of Business Terms A category of liabilities that represents funds due to creditors. Usually,… …   Financial and business terms

  • clerk — In the earlier days of the common law, a word for an educated person, that is to say, as of that period, a clergyman, one of the clergy who for want of education of other classes, became judicial officers and were known to be such from their… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Accounts payable — Money owed to suppliers. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * accounts payable accounts payable ➔ payable * * * accounts payable UK US noun ► [plural] also UK creditors, also US payables) ACCOUNTING the amounts in a company s accounts that …   Financial and business terms


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