Definition of accordian
1. accord [ v ] go together
Examples: "The colors don't harmonize" "Their ideas concorded"
(The Atlanta Constitution...)
`` Emory could not continue to operate according to its present standards as an institution of higher learning , of true university grade , and meet its financial_obligations , without the tax-exemption privileges which are available to_it only so_long as it conforms_to the aforementioned constitutional and statutory provisions '' , the statement said .
Teaching , research and study , according to highest standards , under Christian influence , are paramount in the Emory_University policy .
The department is planning to expand its eradication program soon to four additional counties - Troup , Pierce , Bryan and Bulloch - to treat 132000 acres infested by the ants , according to W._E._Blasingame state entomologist .
(The Oregonian, [Portland],...)
The award is the first such honor in the 11 - year history of JA activities in Portland , according to Ralph_Scolatti , local executive_director for Junior Achievement .
(The Providence Journal,...)
A two-family house at 255 Brook_Street has been purchased by Brown_University from Lawrence_J._Sullivan , according to a deed filed Monday at City_Hall .Synonyms accord fit_in agree consort concord harmonise harmonize Related Terms match blend match harmony harmony
2. accord [ v ] allow to have
Examples: "grant a privilege"
(High Fidelity, 11:10...)
Telefunken has accorded him beautiful sound , and this bargain-priced disc ( it sells for $ 2.98 ) is worthy of consideration .Synonyms accord allot grant Related Terms give give privilege enfranchise grant
3. accord [ n ] harmony of people's opinions or actions or characters
Examples: "the two parties were in accord"
4. accord [ n ] a written agreement between two states or sovereignsSynonyms treaty pact accord Related Terms written_agreement convention commercial_treaty SALT_I SALT_II treaty_of_versailles peace north_atlantic_treaty alliance
5. accord [ n ] concurrence of opinion
Examples: "we are in accord with your proposal"
6. accord [ n ] sympathetic compatibilitySynonyms rapport accord Related Terms compatibility harmonize