1. n
1) количество; объем
2) общая сумма, итог
3) бухг. основная сумма и проценты с нее

- accession compensatory amounts
- accruing amounts
- aggregate amount
- aggregate amount of capital invested
- approved amounts
- available amount
- budgeted amount
- capitalized amounts
- carrying amounts
- claim amount
- contractual amount
- dealt amount
- drawdown amount
- equivalent amount
- estimated amount
- excessive amount of goods
- face amount
- fair amount
- fractional amount
- full amount
- gross amount
- guarantee amount
- guaranteed amount
- immense amount
- insurance amount
- invoice amount
- lump-sum amount
- mandatory amount
- net amount
- nominal amount
- original amount
- outstanding amount
- overall amount
- overdue amount
- penalty amount
- principal amount
- remaining amount
- reserved amount
- residual amount
- seasonal amount
- significant amount
- specific amount of metal
- substantial amount
- tax amount
- taxable amount
- tax-free amount
- tradeable amount
- uncollected amounts
- unlimited amounts
- zero bracket amount
- amount of accrued interest
- amount of advance
- amount of allocations
- amount of balance
- amount of a bill
- amount of business
- amount of capital investments
- amount of a claim
- amount of commission
- amount of compensation
- amount of a contract
- amount of credit
- amount of currency
- amount of damages
- amount of debt
- amount of delivery
- amount of deposit
- amount of a discount
- amount of drawings
- amount of drawing under a letter of credit
- amount of earnest money
- amount of excise tax
- amount of expenses
- amount of finance
- amount of financing
- amount of floated assets
- amount of a franchise
- amount of general average
- amount of housing
- amount of indebtedness
- amount of information
- amount of a letter of credit
- amount of a licence fee
- amount of a loan
- amount of losses
- amount of money
- amount of an order
- amount of payment
- amount of recovery
- amount of reduction
- amount of remuneration
- amount of sales
- amount of sampling
- amount of subscription
- amount of stock
- amount of turnover
- amount of the value-added tax
- amount of work
- amount claimed
- amount due
- amount free of tax
- amount owed
- amount owing
- amount paid into an account
- amount payable
- amount realized
- amount receivable
- amount subject to penalty tax
- amount subject to tax
- amount written off
- amount written off as losses
- double the amount
- charge an amount to the debit of an account
- deposit an amount
- enter an amount
- index an amount for inflation
- pass an amount to the credit
- pay an amount into current account
- recover an amount
- refund an amount
- reimburse an amount
- verify the amount of earnings
- amounts differ
2. v
составлять (сумму); равняться

English-russian dctionary of contemporary Economics. 2014.

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