- कारण ⇄ account hindi
- कारण बताना ⇄ account hindi
- खाता ⇄ account hindi
- गणना ⇄ account hindi
- गणना करना ⇄ account hindi
- महत्त्व ⇄ account hindi
- महत्त्व देना ⇄ account hindi
- रिपोर्ट ⇄ account hindi
- वर्णन ⇄ account hindi
- विचार करना ⇄ account hindi
- वृत्तांत ⇄ account hindi
- हिसाब ⇄ account hindi
- हिसाब लगाना ⇄ account hindi
account in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- કારણ ⇄ account gujarati
- ખાતું ⇄ account gujarati
- ખુલાસો ⇄ account gujarati
- ખુલાસો આપવો ⇄ account gujarati
- ગણતરી ⇄ account gujarati
- ગણતરીમાં લ ેવું ⇄ account gujarati
- ગણવું તે ⇄ account gujarati
- જવાબ આપવો ⇄ account gujarati
- લક્ષમાં લેવું ⇄ account gujarati
- લેખવું ⇄ account gujarati
- વૃત ્તાન્ત. ગણ વું ⇄ account gujarati
- હિસાબ ⇄ account gujarati
account in Marathi मराठी
- अहवाल ⇄ account marathi
- आख्यान ⇄ account marathi
- इतिवृत्त ⇄ account marathi
- खाते ⇄ account marathi
- जमाखर्च ⇄ account marathi
- जाब ⇄ account marathi
- पत्रपेटी ⇄ account marathi
- पत्रे, संदेश इ. जमा होतात अशी जागा ⇄ account marathi
- महत्त्व ⇄ account marathi
- लेखा ⇄ account marathi
- वर्णन ⇄ account marathi
- वृतांत ⇄ account marathi
- वृत्तान्त ⇄ account marathi
- स्पष्टीकरण ⇄ account marathi
- हकिकत ⇄ account marathi
- हकिगत ⇄ account marathi
- हिशेब ⇄ account marathi
account in Telugu తెలుగు
account in English
- account ⇄ account, noun, verb. english
- account ⇄ expr. account for,
a. to tell what has been done with; answer for.
Ex. The treasurer of the club had to account for the money paid to him and spent by him.
b. to give a satisfactory reason for; explain.
Ex. Late frosts accountedenglish
- account ⇄ expr. bring to account, to make (someone) answer for his conduct.
Ex. After breaking the law repeatedly, the hoodlum was finally caught and brought to account.english
- account ⇄ expr. call to account,
a. to demand an explanation of.
Ex. The treasurer was called to account for the shortage of funds.
b. to scold; rebuke; reprimand.
Ex. The principal called the boys to account for their bad behavior in claenglish
- account ⇄ expr. for account of, on behalf of.
Ex. A very considerable portion are shipped for account of the manufacturers (Thomas Tooke).english
- account ⇄ expr. give a good (or bad) account of oneself, to conduct oneself well (or badly); do something in a way that reflects much (or little) credit on oneself.
Ex. He is their most reliable ballplayer--he always gives a good account of himself.english
- account ⇄ expr. gone to one's account, died.
Ex. He has gone to his account. God forgive him! (Frederick Marryat).english
- account ⇄ expr. on account of,
a. because of.
Ex. The game was put off on account of rain.
b. for the sake of.
Ex. [Bacon] valued geometry chiefly, if not solely, on account of those uses, which to Plato appeared so base (Macaulay).english
- account ⇄ expr. on account, as part payment.
Ex. I bought my new camera by paying a dollar a week on account.english
- account ⇄ expr. on any account, for any reason; under any conditions.
Ex. He was brought up not to lie on any account.english
- account ⇄ expr. on no account, for no reason; under no conditions; certainly not.
Ex. On no account should you lie. He recommends the king on no account to remove Granvelle from the administration (William H. Prescott).english
- account ⇄ expr. on one's account, for one's sake.
Ex. Don't wait on my account.english
- account ⇄ expr. on one's own account, for one's own purpose and at one's own risk.
Ex. The repairman left his regular job and has gone into business on his own account.english
- account ⇄ expr. take account of,
a. to make allowance for; consider.
Ex. Before making your summer plans you should take account of the wishes of your family.
b. to make a note of; notice.
Ex. The auctioneer tried to take account of all tenglish
- account ⇄ expr. take into account, to make allowance for; reckon with; consider.
Ex. You must take into account the wishes of all the class in planning a picnic. Let us, then, before we go behind ""Das Kapital,"" take into account the tremendous effect whichenglish
- account ⇄ expr. turn to account, to get advantage or profit from.
Ex. The new pitcher turned the coach's advice to good account in the next inning.english
- account ⇄ noun 1. a statement telling in detail about an event or thing; report; description.
Ex. The boy gave his father an account of the ball game. Please give me an account of everything as it happened.
(SYN) story, narrative.
2. a statemenenglish
- account ⇄ v.i. 1. to give a statement of money received or spent.
Ex. You will have to account to the auditor next week.
2. to pay the penalty (for).english
- account ⇄ v.t. 1. to hold to be; consider.
Ex. Solomon was accounted wise. A trout is accounted delicious eating. In law, an accused person is accounted innocent until he is proved guilty.
2. to assign; impute.english