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A narrative or record of events.
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.
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.
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)
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
(tr) to consider or reckon: he accounts himself poor.
[C13: from Old French acont, from conter, compter to count1]
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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.
a. a business relation in which credit is used.
b. a customer or client, esp. one carried on a regular credit basis.
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.
16. to regard; consider as: I account myself well paid.
17. to assign or impute (usu. fol. by to).
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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