accourt

accourt

(əˈkɔːt)
vb (tr)
obsolete to be courteous towards
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Le monde accourt des quatre coins de la planete a chaque fois que l'evenement se produit.
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In a landmark study published in January 20162, payments consultancy Accourt looked at the fees charged by six of the UK's biggest banks, specifically focusing on the margin that is added to the exchange rate received from the money markets, known as the 'spread', which is built into the price of the deal.
Dubai: Super striker Christian Ronaldo, who on Wednesday netted his 42nd hat-trick to seal Real Madrid's thumping Champions League victory over Atletico Madrid, has made history by becoming the first sportsman to amass 100 million followers on his Instagram accourt, @cristiano.
galop; l'artillerie de la logique accourt avec son train et ses
-- Vous voyez bien--disait la Mere Superieure --; votre crainte est on ne peut plus puerile; il n'y a personne dans l'eglise; cette nuit, tout Seville accourt a la cathedrale comme un seul homme.
* David Cairns, former International Accounting Standards Committee secretary-general, has written A Guide to Applying International Accourt)lng Standards.