Entry from British & World English dictionary
(In the UK) a civil servant responsible for auditing the accounts of local authorities.
- Swanley Town Council is considering an appeal to either the district auditor, the local authority ombudsman or even the Government.
- I went to the health authority, who recommended that I ask the district auditor about it, and they went to the Audit Commission.
- It will be the district auditor who holds us to account, and I believe the district auditor will think it's a good deal for Bedfordshire.
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