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Definition of "accounted" []

  • A verbal or written report, description, or narration of some occurrence, event, etc (noun)
  • An explanation of conduct, esp one made to someone in authority (noun)
  • Ground; basis; consideration (often in the phrases on this (that, every, no, etc) account, on account of) (noun)
  • Importance, consequence, or value (noun)
  • Assessment; judgment (noun)
  • Profit or advantage (noun)
  • Part or behalf (only in the phrase on one's or someone's account) (noun)
  • A business relationship between a bank, department store, stockbroker, etc, and a depositor, customer, or client permitting the latter certain banking or credit services (noun)
  • The sum of money deposited at a bank (noun)
  • The amount of credit available to the holder of an account (noun)
  • A record of these (noun)
  • A statement of monetary transactions with the resulting balance (noun)
  • (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 (noun)
  • 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 (noun)
  • A regular client or customer, esp a firm that purchases commodities on credit (noun)
  • An area of business assigned to another (noun)
  • To consider or reckon (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of account. (verb)

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Use "accounted" in a sentence
  • ""Call of Duty: Black Ops", 8.4 million copies sold: According to NPD, the blockbuster game title accounted for one-quarter of all game titles sold in November."
  • "The only way Stock options can be accounted, is as a Production operation; which must be accounted as showing a Profit or Loss. lgl"
  • "Companies outside Dublin accounted for 35.2% of the total by value."
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