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count·ing·housealso count·ing house (koun′tĭng-hous′)
A building, room, or office in which a business firm carries on operations such as accounting and correspondence.
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(Accounting & Book-keeping) rare chiefly Brit a room or building used by the accountants of a business
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a building or office where the financial records of a business are maintained.
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n (old) → Kontor nt
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