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account receivable an amount owed to a business by a debtor, usu. for goods and services received.
accouter to provide with equipment, esp. military equipment.
accouterment (often pl.) one's outfit or equipment, esp. that of a soldier, exclusive of arms and uniform. [2 definitions]
Accra the seaport capital of Ghana.
accredit to give credit to or for; attribute to. [4 definitions]
accreditable combined form of accredit.
accretion the process of gradual increase or growth, esp. by additions from the outside. [3 definitions]
accrual the act or process of accruing. [2 definitions]
accrue to grow or accumulate over time, esp. as something of benefit.
acct. abbreviation of "accountant."
acculturate to modify (one culture) by contact with another culture. [3 definitions]
acculturation in sociology, the process of taking on the ways and values of a society or group.
accumulate to amass; collect. [2 definitions]
accumulation the act or process of accumulating; collection. [3 definitions]
accumulative characterized by or resulting from accumulation; cumulative. [2 definitions]
accumulator someone or something that accumulates. [3 definitions]
accuracy the condition or quality of being accurate.
accurate free of mistakes or error. [2 definitions]
accurately with accuracy; correctly; precisely.
accursed having been made the subject of a curse; damned. [2 definitions]
accusation an act of accusing. [2 definitions]