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Synonyms for account

Synonyms for account

a statement of causes or motives

a precise list of fees or charges

a feeling of deference, approval, and liking

a measure of those qualities that determine merit, desirability, usefulness, or importance

the quality of being suitable or adaptable to an end

to look upon in a particular way

account for: to offer reasons for or a cause of

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a formal contractual relationship established to provide for regular banking or brokerage or business services

a statement that makes something comprehensible by describing the relevant structure or operation or circumstances etc.

grounds

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importance or value

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the quality of taking advantage

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be the sole or primary factor in the existence, acquisition, supply, or disposal of something

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keep an account of

to give an account or representation of in words

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furnish a justifying analysis or explanation

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VIENNA, Feb 9 (KUNA) -- Those responsible for violence against the civilian population in Syria must be brought to account, said secretary of state at the Austrian Foreign Ministry, Wolfgang Waldner, in an interview with the Austria Press Agency.
Nobody has been brought to account since the conviction of the Birmingham Six was quashed by the Court of Appeal on March 14, 1991.
All I would say is the police appear to be in enough trouble with the general public regarding the demeanours of telephone tapping and I would expect that whoever is in charge of security at the House of Commons is brought to account.
He said former head of the Hariri probe Detlev Mehlis, who accused Sayyed and four other former pro-Syrian generals as well as Damascus of involvement in the crime, should be brought to account.
Those who sought to abuse such trust should be brought to account.
VERDICT: Bonkers bankers brought to account with brio.
As far as I am aware the directors of Duo have never been brought to account.
He said: "We shall not rest until Blair, Bush and the rest are brought to account for the suffering they have brought to so many people, and until the illegal occupation of Iraq is ended.
After pre-tax abnormal charges totalling USD $1,277m (AUD$1,732m) were brought to account, Telstra recorded a profit after tax, minority interests and abnormals of USD $1,192m (AUD $1,617m), a decline of 29.
Yes, of course, people who are accused of sexual misbehaviour should be brought to account, but after all these years for the victims to open a can of maggots that devours the whole family of the accused while leaving the accuser immune?
A council leader can be brought to account at any time in the course of the administration whereas an elected mayor, once in post, is there for the duration of the term.
Sgt Heather Sloan said: "This led to a number of people being brought to account for their consistent failure to pay fines imposed on them by the courts.
I feel for Pompey and people need to be brought to account for the club's problems.
If they did, then surely this civil servant should be brought to account and, along with the doctor, sacked for incompetence.
Mrs Knight added: "As Ben's mother, I have a duty to see that those people responsible for his death are brought to account, if at all possible.