Accountable ( adjective , verb )

(As an adjective)

Accountable ( adjective )

  1. Required to justify actions or decisions; responsible.
  2. Able to be explained or accounted for.

Origin:

From the late middle english word accountable, from the old french word acontable, from acontar, meaning "to give an account of".

Examples:

  1. The manager is accountable for the company's profits and losses.
  2. All employees are accountable for their actions and decisions.
  3. The government is accountable to the people for its actions.
  4. The company's financial statements are accountable to the shareholders.
  5. He is accountable for his own success and failure.

(As a verb)

Accountable ( verb )

  1. Required to justify actions or decisions; responsible.
  2. Able to be explained or accounted for.

Origin:

From the late middle english word accountable, from the old french word acontable, from acontar, meaning "to give an account of".

Examples:

  1. The manager is accountable for the company's profits and losses.
  2. All employees are accountable for their actions and decisions.
  3. The government is accountable to the people for its actions.
  4. The company's financial statements are accountable to the shareholders.
  5. He is accountable for his own success and failure.
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