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  • Its accounts are open to and audited by those whose money is being spent. Cited from American Missionary, Volume 43, No. 1, January, 1889, by Various
  • The case led to several changes in the way companies were audited.
  • In college he often audited courses he found interesting in addition to his regular plan of studies.
  • It seemed that the Government knew only the amount audited, not the amount spent. Cited from The Case For India, by Annie Besant
  • Despite her recent activities she had kept her accounts up to date and every record was properly audited. Cited from Ruth Fielding at the War Front, by Alice B. Emerson
  • Only able to afford to pay for one class, she audited as many classes as possible.
  • A quiet room was soon found, and the accounts were produced and audited. Cited from The Pickwick Papers, by Charles Dickens
  • The banks must keep records so that they can be audited by the regulators if necessary.
  • It is audited each year and the statement is published in its Annual Report.
  • The third case implies that this process is itself being managed, or in practice audited.
  • Above organization has been registered and gets audited every year.
  • The scene of this novel is Paris, where the branch of a well-known London bank is being audited.
  • Revenue claim a business will be audited roughly every seven years.
  • The accounts were audited in two months -- or at the most, in three. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 11, Ed. by Blair and Robertson
  • He had audited creative writing courses while in university, and his life moved in that direction after about a year of teaching.
  • In a series of tax investigations, the companies most closely audited were also those least friendly towards the government.
  • As a registered non-profit charitable organisation they have all financial records audited every twelve months.
  • This category includes shell companies or development stage companies with little or no operations as well as companies without audited financial statements.
  • It is the first ever set of audited financial statements for the UK public sector.
  • He undertook bookkeeping for several people in show business, and audited record companies.
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Root form of audited is audit for the verb.

Meaning of audited

  • verb Examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification
    audit accounts and tax returns
  • verb Attend academic courses without getting credit