In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cuenta de gastos de representación femininebefore noun expense-account lunch — comida que corre a cargo de la compañía
- I can pay you $25,000, plus travel expenses and a reasonable expense account beyond that.
- This special prosecutor keeps calling me up wanting my expense account records.
- For instance, if I want to pay for some business-related books, I would debit my savings account and credit an expense account for books.
- What has saved him so far are his back-benchers, made compliant with a large salary, an expense account, and an index-linked pension when they get the heave-ho.
- You'll have an expense account and the ability to rent out any part of the complex for special occasions, he explained.
- Suddenly, he had a staff and an office and an expense account, and he could hire his friends, as well as artists and writers he'd long admired.
- It's generally not worth it unless you are a time-pressed business traveler on an expense account.
- Indeed, many of our survey respondents indicated they like getting something for nothing, even if they are traveling on an expense account.
- Recently, in the dead of night, our legislators doubled their office expense account, even though many have no office expenses.
- Do not order the most expensive thing on the menu just because you think this is a corporate expense account, or don't know any better.
- The newspaper sent a letter on May 22 to 39 state House members asking to review receipts for their expense account spending from last year.
- I find it difficult to present to my boss an expense account with the tip included.
- The state House has a secret database showing how lawmakers spend expense account money for travel, lodging, office expenses and publications.
- The first thing he wanted to know was, was I on an expense account.
- The publisher had a huge expense account, especially for business trips.
- He had a fat pay cheque, a generous pension to come, a company BMW and an expense account.
- A demanding standard of financial honesty is expected of politicians, and even small-scale tax evasion or misuse of an expense account can lead to removal from office.
- For many of these hotels the businessman with an expense account is their bread and butter.
- I order the steak dinner when I'm on my expense account for work.
- He paid for it out of his expense account - which he shouldn't have done.
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