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auditor

[ aw-di-ter ]

noun

  1. a person appointed and authorized to examine accounts and accounting records, compare the charges with the vouchers, verify balance sheet and income items, and state the result.
  2. a university student registered for a course without credit and without obligation to do work assigned to the class.
  3. a hearer; listener.


auditor

/ ˈɔːdɪtə /

noun

  1. a person qualified to audit accounts
  2. a person who hears or listens
  3. a registered student who attends a class that is not an official part of his course of study, without actively participating it


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Derived Forms

  • ˌaudiˈtorial, adjective
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Other Words From

  • audi·tor·ship noun
  • sub·audi·tor noun
  • super·audi·tor noun
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Word History and Origins

Origin of auditor1

First recorded in 1300–50; Middle English auditour, from Anglo-French, from Latin audītor “hearer,” from audī(re) “to hear” + -tor -tor
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Word History and Origins

Origin of auditor1

C14: from Old French auditeur, from Latin audītor a hearer
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Example Sentences

The auditors were editorially independent but agreed to notify Pymetrics of any negative findings before publication.

The CPUC has said that Stebbins was fired because she violated state personnel regulations, including in the decision to hire the auditor who first contended that there was $200 million in outstanding fines and fees.

The auditors also found the agency doesn’t adequately track the penalties it has assessed or whether the penalties were paid.

However, in most cases, it’s not even detectable unless you use a paid site auditor tool.

After the Geer case, a civilian review panel and independent auditor post were created, and Roessler has begun promptly releasing information about shootings, including the names of officers involved.

Ernst won her race for Montgomery County auditor, a deceptively powerful position in local Hawkeye State politics, in 2005.

Once the document was produced, the auditor checked it off his list, DiPascali said.

Six out of seven statewide elected officials, from governor on down to auditor, are Democrats.

And for their services -- as Autonomy's auditor -- they got a nice fee.

Last year, long after the writing of The Pale King, a compliance auditor was found that way in California.

Besides, that inspection did not pertain to me, since I was neither the oldest nor the most recent auditor.

At this part of Lorenzo's narrative, a cry, unutterable in words, burst from the engloomed but steadfast bosom of his auditor.

There was a certain report of meetings with the wife of Lucas de Vergara, auditor of Terrenate.

The Marchioness observed a brilliant flush shoot over the face of her auditor, as he bowed his head to her last words.

He evidently avoided taking a share in the discussion of his Transatlantic career, probably from delicacy to his English auditor.

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