I noun account, accountancy, accounting, adding, amount computed, appraisal, appreciation, assessment, audit, bookkeeping, calculation, count, counting, deduction, enumeration, estimate, estimation, evaluation, figure work, figuring, measurement, numeration, reckoning, score, statistic, sum, summation, tally, total, valuation II index accounting, appraisal, census, estimate (approximate cost), estimation (calculation), ledger, measurement

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