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Meanings of Accordatura:

noun

A manner of tuning a stringed instrument; (chiefly) specifically the standard or normal tuning.

Meanings of Accordaturas:

noun

A manner of tuning a stringed instrument; (chiefly) specifically the standard or normal tuning.

Meanings of Accordature:

noun

A manner of tuning a stringed instrument; (chiefly) specifically the standard or normal tuning.

Meanings of Accorded:

verb

Give or grant someone (power, status, or recognition).

Usage examples:

The powers accorded to the head of state
noun

An official agreement or treaty.

Usage examples:

Opposition groups refused to sign the accord

Meanings of According:

adverb

As stated by or in.

Usage examples:

The outlook for investors is not bright, according to financial experts
verb

Give or grant someone (power, status, or recognition).

Usage examples:

The powers accorded to the head of state

Meanings of According to hoyle:

phrase

According to plan or the rules.

Usage examples:

Legally you can argue that it's all according to hoyle

According-to

əˈkɔː.dɪŋ ˌtuː

Meanings of According-to:

preposition

As stated by

Usage examples:

According to my mother, you have to eat three meals a day every day., the teacher sorted the exams …

Meanings of Accordingly:

adverb

In a way that is appropriate to the particular circumstances.

Usage examples:

We have to discover what his plans are and act accordingly

Meanings of Accordion:

noun

A musical instrument played by stretching and squeezing with the hands to work a central bellows that blows air over metal reeds, the melody and chords being sounded by buttons or keys.

Usage examples:

Her five brothers and sisters were singing to the accompaniment of an accordion

Meanings of Accordions:

noun

A musical instrument played by stretching and squeezing with the hands to work a central bellows that blows air over metal reeds, the melody and chords being sounded by buttons or keys.

Usage examples:

Her five brothers and sisters were singing to the accompaniment of an accordion

Meanings of Accords:

verb

Give or grant someone (power, status, or recognition).

Usage examples:

The powers accorded to the head of state
noun

An official agreement or treaty.

Usage examples:

Opposition groups refused to sign the accord

Meanings of Accost:

verb

Approach and address (someone) boldly or aggressively.

Usage examples:

Reporters accosted him in the street

Meanings of Accostable:

adjective

Capable of being accosted or approached; approachable, accessible; affable.

Meanings of Accosted:

verb

Approach and address (someone) boldly or aggressively.

Usage examples:

Reporters accosted him in the street

Meanings of Accosting:

verb

Approach and address (someone) boldly or aggressively.

Usage examples:

Reporters accosted him in the street

Meanings of Accosts:

verb

Approach and address (someone) boldly or aggressively.

Usage examples:

Reporters accosted him in the street

Meanings of Accouche:

verb

To deliver or unburden (of something), in the manner of a midwife; (also) to bring to general notice, as if by the action of a midwife or accoucher.

Meanings of Accouchement:

noun

The action of giving birth to a baby.

Usage examples:

Ayurveda has very beautifully described the accouchement ward where the mother of the child is to b…

Meanings of Accouchements:

noun

The action of giving birth to a baby.

Usage examples:

Ayurveda has very beautifully described the accouchement ward where the mother of the child is to b…

Meanings of Accoucheur:

noun

A male midwife.

Usage examples:

The only defect in hospital obstetrics from my standpoint was that the usual fees for labor and del…

Meanings of Accoucheurs:

noun

A male midwife.

Usage examples:

The only defect in hospital obstetrics from my standpoint was that the usual fees for labor and del…

Meanings of Accoucheuse:

noun

A woman who assists in childbirth, especially one who is professionally trained; a (female) midwife.

Meanings of Accoucheuses:

noun

A woman who assists in childbirth, especially one who is professionally trained; a (female) midwife.

Meanings of Account:

noun

A report or description of an event or experience.

Usage examples:

A detailed account of what has been achieved
verb

Consider or regard in a specified way.

Usage examples:

Her visit could not be accounted a success

Account for

əˈkaʊnt

Meanings of Account for:

phrasal verb

Be the reason or explanation for

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