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A narrative or record of events.
2.
a. A reason given for a particular action or event: What is the account for this loss?
b. A report relating to one's conduct: gave a satisfactory account of herself.
c. A basis or ground: no reason to worry on that account.
3.
a. A formal banking, brokerage, or business relationship established to provide for regular services, dealings, and other financial transactions.
b. A precise list or enumeration of financial transactions.
c. A sum of money deposited for checking, savings, or brokerage use.
d. A customer having a business or credit relationship with a firm: salespeople visiting their accounts.
4. A private access to a computer system or online service, usually requiring a password to enter.
5. Worth, standing, or importance: a landowner of some account.
6. Profit or advantage: turned her writing skills to good account.
tr.v. ac·count·ed, ac·count·ing, ac·counts
To consider as being; deem. See Synonyms at consider. See Usage Note at as1.
Phrasal Verb:
account for
1. To constitute the governing or primary factor in: Bad weather accounted for the long delay.
2. To provide an explanation or justification for: The suspect couldn't account for his time that night.
Idioms:
call to account
1. To challenge or contest.
2. To hold answerable for.
on account
On credit.
on account of
Because of; for the sake of: "We got married on account of the baby" (Anne Tyler).
on no account
Under no circumstances.
on (one's) own account
1. For oneself.
2. On one's own; by oneself: He wants to work on his own account.
on (someone's) account
For someone's benefit: It's nice of you to make such an effort on his account.
take into account
To take into consideration; allow for.
[Middle English, from Old French acont, from aconter, to reckon : a-, to (from Latin ad-; see ad-) + cunter, to count (from Latin comput?re, to sum up; see compute).]
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
account (??ka?nt)
n
1. a verbal or written report, description, or narration of some occurrence, event, etc
2. an explanation of conduct, esp one made to someone in authority
3. ground; basis; consideration (often in the phrases on this (that, every, no, etc) account, on account of)
4. importance, consequence, or value: of little account.
5. assessment; judgment
6. profit or advantage: to turn an idea to account.
7. part or behalf (only in the phrase on one's or someone's account)
8. (Banking & Finance) finance
a. a business relationship between a bank, department store, stockbroker, etc, and a depositor, customer, or client permitting the latter certain banking or credit services
b. the sum of money deposited at a bank
c. the amount of credit available to the holder of an account
d. a record of these
9. (Banking & Finance) a statement of monetary transactions with the resulting balance
10. (Stock Exchange) (on the London Stock Exchange) the period, ordinarily of a fortnight's duration, in which transactions formerly took place and at the end of which settlements were made
11. (Accounting & Book-keeping) accounting a chronological list of debits and credits relating to a specified asset, liability, expense, or income of a business and forming part of the ledger
12. (Commerce)
a. a regular client or customer, esp a firm that purchases commodities on credit
b. an area of business assigned to another: they transferred their publicity account to a new agent.
13. call to account bring to account
a. to insist on explanation
b. to rebuke; reprimand
c. to hold responsible
14. give a bad account of oneself to perform badly: he gave a bad account of himself in the examination.
15. give a good account of oneself to perform well
16. (Commerce) on account
a. on credit
b. Also: to account as partial payment
17. (Banking & Finance) on account
a. on credit
b. Also: to account as partial payment
18. on account of (preposition) because of; by reason of
19. take account of take into account to take into consideration; allow for
20. (Banking & Finance) to pay or receive a balance due
21. (Commerce) to pay or receive a balance due
22. to get revenge on (someone)
23. (Banking & Finance) See bank account, credit account
vb
(tr) to consider or reckon: he accounts himself poor.
[C13: from Old French acont, from conter, compter to count1]
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ac•count (??ka?nt)

n., v. -count•ed, -count•ing. n.
1. an oral or written description of particular events or situations; narrative.
2. an explanatory statement of conduct, as to a superior.
3. a statement of reasons, causes, etc., explaining some event.
4. reason; basis: On this account I'm refusing your offer.
5. importance; worth; value; consequence: things of no account.
6. estimation; judgment: In his account it was a miracle.
7. an amount of money deposited with a bank, as in a checking or savings account.
8. an accommodation extended to a customer permitting the charging of goods or services.
9. a statement of financial transactions.
10. a formal record of the debits and credits relating to a particular person, business, etc.
11.
a. a business relation in which credit is used.
b. a customer or client, esp. one carried on a regular credit basis.
v.i.
12. to give an explanation (usu. fol. by for).
13. to answer concerning one's conduct, duties, etc. (usu. fol. by for).
14. to provide a report on money received, kept, and spent.
15. to cause (usu. fol. by for): The heat accounts for our discomfort.
v.t.
16. to regard; consider as: I account myself well paid.
17. to assign or impute (usu. fol. by to).
Idioms:
1. call to account,
a. to hold accountable; blame.
b. to ask for an explanation of.
2. give a good account of oneself, to behave or perform well.
3. hold to account, to consider responsible and answerable.
4. on account, as an installment or a partial payment.
5. on account of,
a. by reason of; because of.
b. for the sake of.
6. on no account, under no circumstances; absolutely not.
7. on someone's account, for the sake of someone.
8. take account of,
a. to consider; make allowance for.
b. Also, take into account. to notice.
9. turn to account, to derive profit or use from.

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