Accountant (noun)

  1. A professional who is skilled in the management of financial accounts and records.
  2. A person who prepares and examines financial records.

Origin:

Mid 16th century: from french comptable, from compter "to count".

Examples:

  1. She hired an accountant to help her with her taxes.
  2. He is a certified public accountant.
  3. The accountant will help you with your bookkeeping.
  4. The company has a team of accountant to manage the finances.
  5. The accountant's job is to ensure the financial records are accurate.
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