according /əˈkɔːdɪŋ/



1. (usu. according to) as stated by or in

the outlook for investors is not bright, according to financial experts.
2. in a manner corresponding or conforming to

cook the rice according to the instructions.
3. in proportion or relation to

salary will be fixed according to experience.
4. ( according as)
‹formal› depending on whether.

the distribution of his property differed widely according as it was real or personal estate.

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