Translation of countinghouse in Spanish:

countinghouse

contaduría, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkaʊntɪŋhaʊs//ˈkaʊn(t)ɪŋˌhaʊs/

noun

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    contaduría feminine
    • Then, on the third day of his visit, while the merchant is in his counting house, the wife complains that her husband is selfish, both with money and with love.
    • Apparently, Herbert has made little progress in his search for an ‘opening’ to riches through the counting house.
    • He comes to the counting house to wish Scrooge a merry Christmas and invite his uncle to dine with himself and his wife on Christmas Day.
    • He had been apprenticed to a counting house, but when some funds turned up missing, he was accused and sent to jail.
    • After his long day at the counting house or government office, the bourgeois felt entitled to legitimate amusement.