Fun & Easy Way to Learn the Most Common English Phrases – by/from all accounts – Meaning, Picture & Example Sentences

What does “by/from all accounts” mean? How to pronounce “by/from all accounts” correctly? What’s the fast, easy and fun way to learn the phrase “by/from all accounts” that you would use in a conversation? In this free English lesson on commonly used English phrases, the meaning of “by/from all accounts” is explained clearly in simple language. The example sentences and carefully chosen pictures make it easier for you to understand the phrase “by/from all accounts” in context and learn how to use the phrase “by/from all accounts” accurately in daily English conversation.

 

by all accounts / from all accounts

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PHRASE

def.     If you say that something is true by all accounts or from all accounts, you believe it is true because other people say so.

e.g.     I’ve never been there, but it’s a lovely place, by all accounts.

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e.g.     Sharon is, by all accounts, a decent young woman.  (Decent people are honest and behave in a way that most people approve of.)

Sharon is, by all accounts, a decent young woman. Fun & Easy Way to Learn the Most Common English Phrases - by all accounts - Meaning, Picture & Example Sentences - Free English Lessons

 

e.g.     By all accounts, Vancouver is a city that’s easy to fall in love with.  (Vancouver is a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia, Canada. The City of Vancouver was named the Top Destination in Canada in TripAdvisor’s 2014 Travellers’ Choice awards, and was chosen as the world’s “Most Liveable City” in 2010 by the Economist Intelligence Unit, a title it has been awarded eight times since 2002.)

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e.g.     Christopher is, by all accounts, a superb teacher.  (Superb means excellent.)

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e.g.     By all accounts, this film is the best one of the year.

By all accounts, this film is the best one of the year. Fun & Easy Way to Learn the Most Common English Phrases - by all accounts - Free Online English Lessons on Phrases, Online ESL Lessons

 

e.g.     By all accounts, Charles leads a life of considerable luxury.  (1. Considerable means great in amount or degree.  2. Luxury is very great comfort, especially among beautiful and expensive surroundings.)

By all accounts, Charles leads a life of considerable luxury. Fun & Easy Way to Learn the Most Common English Phrases - by all accounts - Meaning, Picture & Examples - Free English Lessons

 

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