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Noun
A narration of an event or experience
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“Tyler has provided a detailed account of the events leading up to the incident to police.”
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A written report or description of an event or experience
“Her next piece in the journal will be an account of the five days she spent in jail in a foreign country.”
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A bill for goods or services provided over a period
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“Once treatment has been completed, the surgery will send the account directly to your employer.”
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A basis or consideration for an idea or action
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“On that account alone, you should agree that the system needs an overhaul.”
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An interpretation or rendering of a piece of music
“Let me say, however, that I have never heard an account of Voodoo Chile that was better played or sung.”
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A record or statement of financial expenditure and receipts relating to a particular period or purpose
“All local governments must maintain a financial account in the standard format.”
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An arrangement by which a body holds funds on behalf of a client
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A sum of money saved for the future
“She had set aside a special account for college expenses.”
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The quality or condition of being important
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“Do not concern yourself with matters that are of no account.”
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The property of being serviceable, of being useful for some function
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“The project would ultimately come to no account when it was eventually canceled.”
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Careful consideration or deliberation of the facts or reasons
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“Lisa did not take into account the potential problems that came with keeping a pony.”
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A feeling of high regard or approval
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“They held her grandfather, a renowned pioneer in aviation, in high account.”
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A customer, buyer or receiver of goods or services
“He was placed as head customer service manager of the company's most important account.”
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An interesting or amusing story, typically fictional or exaggerated
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An official report, especially on state or military affairs
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Information about a subject, typically only known to a select few
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A thing constituting a piece of evidence about the past, especially an account kept in writing or some other permanent form
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An idea or outline of something
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A definite or clear expression of something in speech or writing
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A payment made to a professional person or to a professional or public body in exchange for advice or services
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A document, usually a book, that explains the basic facts about a particular subject
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A distinct treatment or approach towards something
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The devotion of time and attention to gaining knowledge of an academic subject
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A practice or trial performance of a play or other work for later public performance
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The amount of money needed or available for a purpose
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A customer, a buyer or receiver of goods or services
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A relation to something specified
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A person or firm that owes money
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Friendly, informal conversation
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Implied or explicit significance
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The action or process of calculating or estimating something
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A written or spoken agreement, usually legal or official
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Piecing-together
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The interest, benefit, or wellbeing of someone or something
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A meeting of people face to face, especially for consultation
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A verbal or written answer
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A person or thing whose presence or behaviour is likely to put one at a disadvantage
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The protective care or guardianship of someone or something
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A subject referred to in speech or writing
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To consider or regard in a specified way
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“I account myself lucky to have such a wonderful family.”
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To work out the details of something in advance, especially finances
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To count
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To neutralize or cancel by exerting an opposite and equal force
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Help or benefit
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(of a person) To behave towards someone in a certain way
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To assign or regard as belonging to a particular category
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