On Account

On Account,

On Account Definition:

  • On Account means, An account is a condition of an order for the payment of a fixed amount or the purchase / sale of goods or services on credit. Credit accounts can also be accessed.

    • Used in accounting to record partial payments or purchases in an advance account.
    • An account purchase is a credit purchase.
    • Account also refers to the payment in the account.

Literal Meanings of On Account

On:

Meanings of On:
  1. Physically touched and assisted (surface)

  2. Forms a stretched or marked part of (the surface of an object)

  3. Make (mentioned) your article.

  4. As a member (of a committee, jury or other body)

  5. Put (above) as a goal, purpose or objective.

  6. It is a means of transferring or storing information (above).

  7. During the trip)

  8. Find out the day or part of the day on which an event occurs.

Sentences of On
  1. There is a jug of water on the table

  2. Itching on the arm

  3. Career book

  4. Will serve in the committee

  5. Five airstrikes in the city

  6. Write down your thoughts on paper

  7. He is going to visit his mother

Synonyms of On

with relevance to, regarding, ceaselessly, respecting, with respect to, at length, without a break, with regard to, interminably, on, functioning, working, operating, for a long time, endlessly, connected with, apropos, touching on, on the subject of, referring to, in operation

Account:

Meanings of Account:
  1. Records or statements of financial income and expenses that relate to a particular period or purpose.

  2. An agreement under which an organization raises funds on behalf of consumers or provides goods or services to customers for credit.

  3. An agreement that gives users access to a computer, website or application by personally entering a username and password.

Sentences of Account
  1. The ledger contains accounts for all income and expenses

Synonyms of Account

gravity, significance, weightiness, moment, substance, report, consequence, journal, sketch, judge, take for, interest, think of as, value, balance sheet, description, interpret as, deem, explanation, consider, exposition