receivable accounts


receivable accounts
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  • receivable — [ri sē′və bəl] adj. [ME resceyuable < Anglo Fr receivable, for OFr recevable: also < RECEIVE + ABLE] 1. that can be received 2. due; requiring payment [accounts receivable] 3. suitable for acceptance n. [pl.] accounts or bills rece …   English World dictionary

  • receivable — re·ceiv·able /ri sē və bəl/ adj 1: capable of being received 2: subject to call for payment notes receivable see also account receivable receivable n …   Law dictionary

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