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  • 1 take into account — verb To consider or regard; to include (as in an estimate or plan) or pay attention to; to notice. His plan did not take into account the possibility of rain …

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  • 2 take into account — take (something/someone) into account to think about something or someone when you are making a decision or a judgement. I hope they ll take her age into account when they re judging her work. They took into account that he d never been in… …

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  • 3 to take into account — Account Ac*count , n. [OE. acount, account, accompt, OF. acont, fr. aconter. See {Account}, v. t., {Count}, n., 1.] 1. A reckoning; computation; calculation; enumeration; a record of some reckoning; as, the Julian account of time. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 4 take something into account — take (something/someone) into account to think about something or someone when you are making a decision or a judgement. I hope they ll take her age into account when they re judging her work. They took into account that he d never been in… …

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  • 5 take someone into account — take (something/someone) into account to think about something or someone when you are making a decision or a judgement. I hope they ll take her age into account when they re judging her work. They took into account that he d never been in… …

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  • 6 take no account of something — take no account of (something) to not consider something. Some teachers seem to take no account of their students interests or experience. Opposite of: take (something) into account …

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  • 7 take no account of — (something) to not consider something. Some teachers seem to take no account of their students interests or experience. Opposite of: take (something) into account …

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  • 8 account — [ə kount′] vt. [ME acounten < OFr aconter < a , to + conter, to tell < compter < L computare: see COMPUTE] to consider or judge to be; deem; value vi. 1. to furnish a reckoning (to someone) of money received and paid out 2. to make… …

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  • 9 Account — Ac*count , n. [OE. acount, account, accompt, OF. acont, fr. aconter. See {Account}, v. t., {Count}, n., 1.] 1. A reckoning; computation; calculation; enumeration; a record of some reckoning; as, the Julian account of time. [1913 Webster] A… …

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  • 10 Account current — Account Ac*count , n. [OE. acount, account, accompt, OF. acont, fr. aconter. See {Account}, v. t., {Count}, n., 1.] 1. A reckoning; computation; calculation; enumeration; a record of some reckoning; as, the Julian account of time. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 11 Not just for profit — (NJFP) is a concept that captures an expanded set of values for defining and evaluating for profit private sector organizations, not only by their ability to generate profit as is done traditionally, but also by their determination and success in …

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  • 12 account — ac|count1 [ ə kaunt ] noun *** ▸ 1 arrangement with bank ▸ 2 report/description ▸ 3 arrangement with store ▸ 4 regular customer ▸ 5 for e mail ▸ 6 record of money ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count an arrangement in which a bank takes care of your money. You …

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  • 13 account */*/*/ — I UK [əˈkaʊnt] / US noun Word forms account : singular account plural accounts 1) [countable] an arrangement in which a bank looks after your money. You can deposit (= put in) or withdraw (= take out) money when you need to There was only £50 in… …

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  • 14 take — v. & n. v. (took; taken) 1 tr. lay hold of; get into one s hands. 2 tr. acquire, get possession of, capture, earn, or win. 3 tr. get the use of by purchase or formal agreement (take lodgings). 4 tr. (in a recipe) avail oneself of; use. 5 tr. use… …

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  • 15 account — n. & v. n. 1 a narration or description (gave a long account of the ordeal). 2 a an arrangement or facility at a bank or building society etc. for commercial or financial transactions, esp. for depositing and withdrawing money (opened an account) …

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  • 16 account — /euh kownt /, n. 1. an oral or written description of particular events or situations; narrative: an account of the meetings; an account of the trip. 2. an explanatory statement of conduct, as to a superior. 3. a statement of reasons, causes, etc …

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  • 17 account — n 1. narrative, story, tale, sketch, relation; statement, description, delineation, portrayal, report, detail, recountal; recital, recitation, rehearsal, declamation, word; history, chronicle, record, memoir, tidings. 2. explanation, commentary,… …

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  • 18 Account-based marketing — (ABM), also known as key account marketing, is a strategic approach to business marketing in which an organisation considers and communicates with individual prospect or customer accounts as markets of one. The popularity of this approach is… …

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  • 19 take\ note\ of — • take note of • take notice of v. phr. 1. To look carefully at; pay close attention to; observe well. A detective is trained to take note of people and things. 2. To notice and act in response; pay attention. Two boys were talking together in… …

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  • 20 take\ notice\ of — • take note of • take notice of v. phr. 1. To look carefully at; pay close attention to; observe well. A detective is trained to take note of people and things. 2. To notice and act in response; pay attention. Two boys were talking together in… …

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