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計上, けいじょう

  • keijō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • including a sum of money in one's calculations


  • appropriation (a sum of money)

Examples of 計上,けいじょう in a Sentence

A considerable amount of money was appropriated for the national defense.
Despite a large surplus in merchandise trade, the current account surplus is not so big due to a deficit in invisible trade.
2200 dollars have been allocated for expenses.
She didn't factor the high cost of repairs into the budget.
The company announced a profit of $200 million after tax.
The trade balance registered a surplus of $76 billion, with exports reaching $314 billion and imports $238 billion.

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