Origin of audit
OTHER WORDS FROM auditau·dit·a·ble, adjectivere·au·dit, noun, verbun·au·dit·ed, adjectivewell-au·dit·ed, adjective
How to use audit in a sentence
It will be an audit, a recount, and a recanvass all at once.There’s little reason to expect Georgia’s election recount to change anything|Aric Jenkins|November 12, 2020|Fortune
State officials said Wednesday that the audit would essentially amount to a recount.Pressure mounts on state Republicans as lawsuits challenging election results founder|Elise Viebeck, Tom Hamburger, Jon Swaine, Emma Brown|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
A randomized audit also showed there weren’t “any statistical anomalies or errors,” he said.
The allegations have led to an audit of the school’s hiring practices, expected to be complete in June 2021, Weinstock said.
Conduct an audit of available office space options for on-site childcare.Employers can’t ignore America’s childcare crisis any longer. How they can fix it|matthewheimer|October 22, 2020|Fortune
British Dictionary definitions for audit
- an inspection, correction, and verification of business accounts, conducted by an independent qualified accountant
- (as modifier)audit report
Word Origin for audit
Cultural definitions for audit
The examination by an outside party of the accounts of an individual or corporation.