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.
a university student registered for a course without credit and without obligation to do work assigned to the class.
a hearer; listener.
Bar-Fields had served two years in the Navy and now worked two jobs back in Texas, one of them as a night auditor at a hotel.
Following Joshua Foer to the USA Memory Championship Rob Verger March 31, 2012
And for their services — as Autonomy’s auditor — they got a nice fee.
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The auditor also said there were suspicious transactions, including the questionable movement of $100,000 in campaign funds.
The Fall of California Democratic Campaign Treasurer Kinde Durkee Christine Pelisek March 28, 2012
Six out of seven statewide elected officials, from governor on down to auditor, are Democrats.
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Once the document was produced, the auditor checked it off his list, DiPascali said.
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In recent years the comptroller, or the auditor, as you may prefer to call him, has become more and more of a statistician.
The Modern Railroad Edward Hungerford
On the erection of Cuyahoga county, he was its first auditor.
Cleveland Past and Present Maurice Joblin
In very grave cases, they could be accompanied by some auditor, if necessary.
The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 E. H. Blair
I don’t think that will be necessary; the auditor can’t force me to pay.
The Memoires of Casanova, Complete Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Never was auditor more easily moved by the transitions of the tale from tears to smiles, and from smiles again to tears.
Charlemont W. Gilmore Simms
a person qualified to audit accounts
a person who hears or listens
(Austral & US, Canadian) a registered student who attends a class that is not an official part of his course of study, without actively participating it
early 14c., “official who receives and examines accounts;” late 14c., “a listener,” from Anglo-French auditour (Old French oieor “listener, court clerk,” 13c.; Modern French auditeur), from Latin auditor “a hearer,” from auditus, past participle of audire “to hear” (see audience). Meaning “receiver and examiner of accounts” is because this process formerly was done, and vouched for, orally.
- Auditor general
noun (in Canada) a federal official responsible for auditing government departments and making an annual report Historical Examples Ludwell replied that he could not change the old method without orders from the auditor general. Give Me Liberty Thomas J. Wertenbaker Inquisitiveness is but another name for the auditor general. Wise or Otherwise Lydia Leavitt
the space set apart for the audience in a theater, school, or other public building. a building for public gatherings; hall. noun (pl) -toriums, -toria (-ˈtɔːrɪə) the area of a concert hall, theatre, school, etc, in which the audience sits (US & Canadian) a building for public gatherings or meetings n. 1727, from Latin auditorium […]
the space set apart for the audience in a theater, school, or other public building. a building for public gatherings; hall. Contemporary Examples From Mario Karting through the streets of France to Ponging around a Swiss auditorium, these homages were created by true fans. Real-Life Mario Kart and Other Crazy YouTube Stunts Randi Zuckerberg December […]
Anatomy, Physiology. pertaining to hearing, to the sense of hearing, or to the organs of hearing. perceived through or resulting from the sense of hearing: auditory hallucinations. an assembly of hearers; audience. an auditorium, especially the nave of a church. adjective of or relating to hearing, the sense of hearing, or the organs of hearing […]