Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of accountant.

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Examples

  • I called my accountants and told them I needed the money to buy the plane tickets.

    KILLING WILLIS

  • I called my accountants and told them I needed the money to buy the plane tickets.

    KILLING WILLIS

  • This video by Hong Kong accountants is a brave, noble and sadly awful attempt at correcting people's misconceptions of the profession.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • This video by Hong Kong accountants is a brave, noble and sadly awful attempt at correcting people's misconceptions of the profession.

    A Word In Your Ear

  • Building a company beyond the family scale requires many layers of trust: in accountants, underwriters, the financial markets, the rule of law.

    Postcards From Tomorrow Square

  • Building a company beyond the family scale requires many layers of trust: in accountants, underwriters, the financial markets, the rule of law.

    Postcards From Tomorrow Square

  • Building a company beyond the family scale requires many layers of trust: in accountants, underwriters, the financial markets, the rule of law.

    Postcards From Tomorrow Square

  • Building a company beyond the family scale requires many layers of trust: in accountants, underwriters, the financial markets, the rule of law.

    Postcards From Tomorrow Square

  • Corzine, a Democrat and former Goldman Sachs co-chairman, said in a statement the state sued Lehman Brothers 'long-term accountants, Ernst & Young, for letting the firm

    TechWeb

  • The distaste the actor rams into the word "accountants" -- he almost spits it -- lends piquancy to the play's bravura speech: a macho commerce-themed rant that is Sterling's effort to simultaneously dazzle and browbeat Jackie out of her possessions.

    'Mauritius' at 1st Stage: A stamp saga that doesn't deliver the goods

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