account

Listen:
UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/əˈkaʊnt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/əˈkaʊnt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ə kount)


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account

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [new, free] account
  2. [income, business, bank, savings, email, personal] account
  3. [create, view, upgrade, edit, log into, delete] your account
  4. [have, don't want, need] an account
  5. overdraw your account
  6. would like to [open, close] my account
  7. an account with the [bank, company]
  8. an account to [access, post, take advantage of]
  9. a firsthand account of
  10. an account of his [life, relationships, career]
  11. an account of the [events, hearing, attack]
  12. your account of what [happened, transpired]
  13. listened to her account (of)
  14. will take [that] into account (when)
  15. take account of the [situation, weaknesses]
  16. [did not, forgot to] take [that] into account
  17. please don't [stop, leave, bother] on my account
  18. on no account should you [try, attempt, put]
  19. on account of [me, this, which]
  20. by all accounts, (he is a nice man)
  21. the [company's, organization's] expense account
  22. charge it to my expense account
  23. was given an expense account (at work)
  24. use the expense account to [cover, pay for]
  25. expense account [excesses, spending, control]
  26. a [traveler, salesman, director] on an expense account
  27. the [executives, board members, directors] have an expense account
  28. [control, monitor, manage] the expense account
  29. [abuse, poor management] of the expense account
n as adj
  1. account [information, password, number]
  2. account [manager, administrator]
  3. account [help, services]
  4. account [balance, deficit, surplus]
v
  1. which accounts for their [actions, decisions]
  2. accounted for the [deaths, destruction, corruption]
  3. (does not) account for the [disparity, difference, mistake]
  4. accounted for [50%] of [sales, deaths, foreclosures]
  5. he [couldn't, struggled to] account for the [loss, fingerprint, missing amount]
  6. [so, I guess] that accounts for it
  7. [presented, recorded, identified] and accounted for
  8. [100] [deaths, missing persons, cases] have (not) been accounted for
  9. [properly, fully, accurately] accounted for
  10. [together, jointly, in total] accounted for
  11. which [should, may, might] be accounted for
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