Account ( noun , verb , verb )

(As a noun)

Account ( noun )

  1. A record or statement of financial transactions.
  2. A report or description of an event or situation.
  3. A record of a person's deeds or actions.

Origin:

From old french aconte, from latin computare "to compute", from com- "together" + putare "to think".

Examples:

  1. He keeps a careful account of all his expenses.
  2. The account of the accident was confusing and contradictory.
  3. She gave a detailed account of her experiences in the foreign country.
  4. He has a long account of good deeds in his community.
  5. The company's financial account showed a profit for the year.

(As a verb)

Account ( verb )

  1. A record or statement of financial transactions.
  2. A report or description of an event or situation.
  3. A record of a person's deeds or actions.

Origin:

From old french aconte, from latin computare "to compute", from com- "together" + putare "to think".

Examples:

  1. He keeps a careful account of all his expenses.
  2. The account of the accident was confusing and contradictory.
  3. She gave a detailed account of her experiences in the foreign country.
  4. He has a long account of good deeds in his community.
  5. The company's financial account showed a profit for the year.

(As a verb)

Account ( verb )

  1. A record or statement of financial transactions.
  2. A report or description of an event or situation.
  3. A record of a person's deeds or actions.

Origin:

From old french aconte, from latin computare "to compute", from com- "together" + putare "to think".

Examples:

  1. He keeps a careful account of all his expenses.
  2. The account of the accident was confusing and contradictory.
  3. She gave a detailed account of her experiences in the foreign country.
  4. He has a long account of good deeds in his community.
  5. The company's financial account showed a profit for the year.
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