CET4 TEM4 IELTS 考 研 CET6
1、ac- ( ad- "to" ) + cord- + -ance.
2、literally "be of one heart, bring heart to heart".
3、=> make agree, reconcile, agree, be in harmony.
- accordance (n.)
- c. 1300, "compliance;" early 14c., "agreement, concurrence," from Old French acordance "agreeing, reconciliation, harmony," noun of action from acorder (see accord). Of things, "conformity, compatibility, harmony," late 14c. Phrase in accordance with is attested from c. 1810 (in Middle English, in accordance of was the usual form).
- 1. Cancellation charges will apply in accordance with paragraph 4 above.
- 2. One's opinion tends to differ in accordance with one's standpoint.
- 3. She was dismissed in accordance with the company's usual displinary procedures.
- 4. We should make decisions in accordance with specific conditions.
- 5. He acted in accordance with his beliefs.
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