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count·ing·house

also count·ing house  (koun′tĭng-hous′)
n.
A building, room, or office in which a business firm carries on operations such as accounting and correspondence.

counting house

or

countinghouse

n
(Accounting & Book-keeping) rare chiefly Brit a room or building used by the accountants of a business

count′ing house`


n.
a building or office where the financial records of a business are maintained.
[1400–50]
Translations

counting house

n (old)Kontor nt
References in classic literature ?
Only I must go round to the counting house and see to things.
Come, we'll go to the counting house, if you have to go there.
If a business has been paid in advance, that payment is not taken directly; it is put on the balance sheet and then as the good or service is delivered as part of that contract, the VAT invoice is raised and VAT is accounted for," said Lisa Martin, Founder, The Counting House.
1st Floor, Counting House, Guy's Hospital, Great Maze Pond
The event kicked off with a presentation by The Counting House Founder, Lisa Martin and was followed by a panel discussion.
ASHLEY STORRIE: MORNING GLORY LAUGHING HORSE @ THE COUNTING HOUSE, EDINBURGH
Nearer the ground, the Counting House on Freemans Common Road normally allows both sets of supporters.
Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if so desired to Prostate Cancer UK, 4th Floor, The Counting House, 53 Tooley Street, London SE1 2QN.
Counting house value for the first time to make some elderly pay towards help in their home smacks of the thin end of a nasty wedge.
The Australian Electoral Commission will not begin counting House of Representatives ballots until Tuesday, after pre-poll ballots for the Senate are counted on Monday.
As well as a coaching inn it has been a counting house, post office, auction room, coroner's office, trading post and even jail.
The Counting House is a self-contained part of the Grade II-listed Derwent Foundry, at 3 Mary Ann Street close to St Paul's Square.