Definition of 'account number'
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She has admitted she did not know whether details including names, addresses and bank account numbers had been encrypted. The Sun (2015)It checks bank account numbers before accepting them and will detect many common transcription errors, including incorrectly entered and transposed characters. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This will include interest paid, balances, passport details and bank account numbers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'account number'
British English: account number /əˈkaʊnt ˈnʌmbə/ NOUN
Your account number is the unique number of your account with something such as a bank.
- American English: account number
- Arabic: رَقْمُ الـحِسَاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: número de conta
- Chinese: 账号
- Croatian: broj računa
- Czech: číslo účtu
- Danish: kontonummer
- Dutch: rekeningnummer
- European Spanish: número de cuenta
- Finnish: tilinumero
- French: numéro de compte
- German: Kontonummer
- Greek: αριθμός λογαριασμού
- Italian: numero di conto
- Japanese: 口座番号
- Korean: 계좌 번호
- Norwegian: kontonummer
- Polish: numer konta
- European Portuguese: número de conta
- Romanian: număr de cont
- Russian: номер счета
- Spanish: número de cuenta
- Swedish: kontonummer
- Thai: หมายเลขบัญชี
- Turkish: hesap numarası
- Ukrainian: номер рахунку
- Vietnamese: số tài khoản
Definition of account number from the Collins English Dictionary
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