Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Accord"

The meaning of "Accord" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does of their own accord mean?
A: You can replace "of their own accord" with "by themselves without extra help" and it would mean the same thing.
Q: What does accord mean?
A: It's a very formal way of saying agreement.
Q: What does according to mean?
A: According to X, Y = X says Y

According to my mother, I am smart = My mother says I am smart.

Edit: it is different not just in grammar. It is also more common to use this form for non-humans

According to the thermometer 🌡️, it is hot.
Q: What does according to mean?
A: Depending on
As stated by/in
It can function as either of these.

"Bonuses are paid according to performance."

"According to the Bible, murder is wrong"
Q: What does according to this broad mean?
A: It may be an intentionally disrespectful reference to a woman:
According to this broad women ought to get paid the same as men.

Example sentences using "Accord"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Accord and according.
A: (Tôi xin lỗi nếu tiếng Việt của tôi sai. Tôi không biết tiếng Việt, vì vậy tôi đang sử dụng Google Translate.)

“According to this book, the moon is bigger than my house.”
“Theo cuốn sách này, mặt trăng lớn hơn nhà tôi.”

“According to my teacher, science can be used to explain everything.”
“Theo giáo viên của tôi, khoa học có thể được sử dụng để giải thích mọi thứ.”

"Accord" không phải là một từ thực. "According" luôn luôn là "to" sau nó. nó có nghĩa là "kiến thức sau đây là từ nguồn này." nó có thể được sử dụng để chỉ người hoặc sách hoặc trang web. Tôi hi vọng cái này giúp được!
Q: Please show me example sentences with in accord with.
A: You would usually say "In accordance with"
For example, in accordance with the law.
however, you can say "His ideas were completely in accord with mine."
or "They are only in accord on some points"
" I am always in accord with her"
Generally it just means to agree completely, but it is a very formal word and it isnt used in regular conversation very often
you can also do something of your own accord.
for example "she joined the militarty of her own accord." in that form accord means voluntarily.
Q: Please show me example sentences with of one's own accord.
A: Everyone must participate of one's own accord.
Q: Please show me example sentences with according to .
A: She acts according to my advice.

According to her, he won't come.

The conference went on according to plan.

According to my teacher, I'm a good pupil.

The trains are running according to schedule.

One times one is one, according to mathematics.

Matter changes its form according to temperature.

According to her schedule, she should've been here by now.

Synonyms of "Accord" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between as per and according to ?
A: As per sounds more formal/uptight. They mean the same and you can use either but according to sounds more usual and I would almost always use that.

One expression in which they're not interchangeable is "as per usual" meaning as things usually are: "we went to the shop on Saturday morning as per usual". It means that we went to the shop as we usually do on a Saturday morning. You couldn't say "we went to the shop according to usual".
Q: What is the difference between according to and up to and I got a bad headache ,that's (according to/up to )the bad weather.which one is correct?i am confused! ?
A: According to:
According to his sister, he is up to no good!
According to my mum, I was a chubby baby.
The bank can only lend me $100, according to my friend.

Be up to:
He certainly won't be up to any good!
The amount of money I can lend you will be up to $100.

They are not interchangeable!
Q: What is the difference between according and regarding ?
A: It depends on the topic. 'According' is used when you are referencing a source, like 'According to the news...'
'Regarding' is used when you are referencing a topic, like 'Regarding the email I sent...'
Q: What is the difference between "according to" and "in the light of" ?
A: According to is when you talk about something and say where you got the information. Like, i read that according to the law, we need to buy a fire alarm. In light of is when you are talking about something and change your mind because you now know new information. Like i was going to go to the shop in light of there being no milk left.
Q: What is the difference between according to and in accordance with ?
A: According to is citing someone or something. "According to the teacher, the sea is much larger than the land"

In accordance with means "in agreement with" like
"In accordance with your wishes, I will no longer quote TV shows."

"According to" is used a lot but "in accordance with" is usually only used in law writing

Translations of "Accord"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "It's of my own accord."
Is it correct, natural to say ?
A: That is correct and natural. It sounds intelligent and smart. Another way to say it that is more casual is, “It is my own choice.”
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? according
A: Hope I helped ✌🏻
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? coincide and accord
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Other questions about "Accord"

Q: according to
A: according to:
in line with
as stated by
mentioned by
along with
as said by
in relation to
in agreement with
reported by
in accordance with
Q: He came back of his own accord. does this sound natural?
A: On the contrary, "He back back of his own accord." is the most colloquial phrase in common usage. The next most common construction, "He came back on his own.", doesn't convey the same shade of meaning, specifically the weight of the decision to return. They're both good, but the first is gooder-er!
Q: according... does this sound natural?
A: the work is done
is it what you've said?

//or do you treat the Wikipedia as a masterpiece? :D
the work is made
Q: It accords with my opinion. does this sound natural?
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Q: It's accord with mine does this sound natural?
A: In this phrase you would not say in accord. You would say according instead. And on means to be above and you are trying to say "it's according to me" since mine means "something you have" and me is just you. it would be "According to me." Which is the only way to say what you are trying to say without it seeming unnatural.

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