Audit

An independent examination of a work product/process or set of work products/processes to assess compliance with specifications, standards, contractual agreements, or other criteria.

Audit

A formal examination of accounting documents by a professional, normally conducted annually. :: EU Commission (10th Edition)
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Audit

(n) Audit is the examination of the records of a business entity, to form an opinion about the authenticity of such records, by verifying the correctness and reliability of the recorded transactions from the evidences available, opinion and inference reachable based on the circumstances and situation prevailing therein.
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audit

[v] - of accounts and tax returns 2. [v] - attend academic courses without getting credit
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Audit

• (a.) The result of such an examination, or an account as adjusted by auditors; final account. • (v. t.) To examine and adjust, as an account or accounts; as, to audit the accounts of a treasure, or of parties who have a suit depending in court. • (a.) An audience; a hearing. • (a.) A general receptacle or receiver. • (a.)...
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audit

scrutinise verb examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification; `audit accounts and tax returns`
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audit

noun a methodical examination or review of a condition or situation; `he made an audit of all the plants on his property`; `an energy efficiency audit`; `an email log audit`
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audit

(energy) The process of determining energy consumption, by various techniques, of a building or facility.
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Audit

(Energy) The process of determining energy consumption, by various techniques, of a building or facility.
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Audit

[telecommunication] In telecommunications, an audit is one of: The simplest audits consist of comparing current telecommunications billing and usage to the underlying rate structure whether that is dictated by contract, tariff, or price list. Complex audits utilize software applications, direct bargaining with service providers and activity...
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Audit

Au'dit intransitive verb To settle or adjust an account. « Let Hocus audit ; he knows how the money was disbursed. Arbuthnot. »
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Audit

Au'dit noun [ Latin auditus a hearing, from audire . See Audible , adjective ] 1. An audience; a hearing. [ Obsolete] « He appeals to a high audit . Milton. » 2. An examination in general; a judicial examinatio...
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Audit

Au'dit transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Audited ; present participle & verbal noun Auditing .] To examine and adjust, as an account or accounts; as, to audit the accounts of a treasure, or of parties who have a suit dep...
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Audit

A student who does not want to receive credit in a course may, with approval of the instructor, audi
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Audit

An audit is a professional, independent examination of a company's financial statements and accounti
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Audit

An examination of a company`s accounting records and books conducted by an outside professional in order to determine whether the company is maintaining records according to generally accepted accounting principles. See: accountant`s opinion.
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Audit

An examination of a company's accounting records and books conducted by an outside professional in o
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audit

An examination of records or accounts to check their accuracy. A post-treatment record review or clinical examination to verify information reported on claims.
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Audit

An examination of the financial records of a person, business, or organization, typically done to correct careless or improper bookkeeping or to verify that proper records are being kept. Businesses and nonprofits often undergo an annual audit by an independent accounting firm. The IRS also conducts audits, mainly to assess taxes owed.
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audit

An examination or review that establishes the extent to which a condition, process, or performance conforms to predetermined standards or criteria. ... Origin: L. Auditus, a hearing, fr. Audio, to hear ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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audit

An independent assessment of the accuracy of newspaper sales and circulation figures, especially so advertisers can decide where to place their business. See ABC above.
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Audit

An independent assessment of the validity of statistics used in adverts, newspapers etc.
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audit

An independent evaluation of software products or processes to ascertain compliance to standards, guidelines, specifications, and/or procedures based on objective criteria, including documents that specify: (1) the form or content of the products to be produced (2) the process by which the products shall be produced (3) how compliance to standards ...
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audit

attend academic courses without getting credit
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audit

audit 1. A formal examination, correction, and official endorsing of financial accounts; especially, those of a business, undertaken annually by an accountant. 2. A systematic check or assessment; especially, of the efficiency or effectiveness of an organization or a process, typically carried out by an independent assessor. 3. In computer progra...
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