Definitions of "account"
  1. A record that tracks credit and debit entries associated with specific transactions involving items such as cash, or interactions involving certain individuals or entities
  2. A comprehensive report that documents all transactions in a specific fiscal period, indicating the resulting balance
  3. A report generated periodically that details purchases charged and credits received
  4. A sum of money or equivalent value held in a bank's general funds, available for withdrawal by the depositor at their discretion
  5. A right recognized in Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code allowing for payment for goods or services not included in a financial instrument or chattel paper, which may be earned through the completion of work or service
  6. The act of providing a financial summary or explanation
How to use "account" in a sentence
  1. The business had to reconcile their account at the end of the fiscal year.
  2. The customer requested an account of their monthly purchases and credits.
  3. In compliance with Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, the supplier had the right to account for payment for services rendered.

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