Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of according in English
UK /əˈkɔːd /
US /əˈkɔːrd /
- See also accord
Present participle of accord
As stated by or in.
"The outlook for investors is not bright, according to financial experts"
Depending on whether.
"The distribution of his property differed widely according as it was real or personal estate"
(followed by `to') as reported or stated by
"According to historians"
Similar to (1)
(followed by `to') in agreement with or accordant with
"According to instructions"
Similar to (1)
According to instructions
According to historians
According to Gen.
According to Joshua xviii.
According to Numbers xxi.
"...nothing ever happens quickly (except when it does). Nothing is ever, ever easy (except when it is). And, most of all, nothing ever goes perfectly according to plan (except in the movies)."
"The only stable principle of government is equality according to proportion, and for every man to enjoy his own."
"God is self-evident, impersonal, omniscient, the Knower and the Master of nature, the Lord of all. He is behind all worship and it is being done according to Him, whether we know it or not."
"Democracy is such a framework that everyone has the right to live their lives, fix their goals, their aims, their dreams and the ways to achieve them according to their own choice."
"These groups within a society can he distinguished according as to whether, like an army or an orchestra, they function as a single body; or whether they are united merely to defend their common interests and otherwise function as separate individuals."