noun(in phrase in accordance with)
In a manner conforming with: the ballot was held in accordance with trade union rules
More example sentences
- The pilots of both aircraft appear to have been acting in accordance with air traffic instructions.
- Part of the deck was required to be removed in accordance with building regulations.
- The bear was passed to the museum, with a copy of Miss Doherty's note, in accordance with her wishes.
Middle English: from Old French acordance, from acorder 'bring to an agreement' (see accord).