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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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auditorau‧di‧tor /ˈɔːdɪtə $ ˈɒːdɪtər/ noun [countable]  BFsomeone whose job is to officially examine a company’s financial records
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auditorWhile measures for closer relations between auditors and shareholders are welcome, they may not provide the complete answer.It may be better for auditors to limit the scope of their work and describe it in their report, it concluded.Beginning management accountants often start as cost accountants, junior internal auditors, or as trainees for other accounting positions.It is evident that auditors should be separate from their client's management.Coaxed and edged into it by the auditor, the engram was recounted.In adapting to this expanded role the auditor faces many difficulties.If the case is not progressing, then the fault lies with the auditor.And it is a point that needs to be rammed home to directors even more firmly than to auditors.
From Longman Business Dictionaryauditorau‧di‧tor /ˈɔːdɪtəˈɒːdɪtər/ noun [countable] ACCOUNTING an outside specialist ACCOUNTANT that checks that an individual’s or organization’s accounts are true and honestUnder pressure from the auditor, the company had to increase its reported loss for the year.The shareholder group is pressing for external auditors to be appointed so that it can obtain reliable financial information.The airline has said that internal auditors will look into the allegations that improper payments were made. district auditor
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