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FRSnoun [S]

uk   /ˌef.ɑːˈes/  us   /ˌef.ɑːrˈes/ UK
abbreviation for Fellow of the Royal Society: a ​member of an ​Englishsociety for ​scientificstudy: Dr Helen Muir, FRS
abbreviation for Financial Reporting Standard: one of the ​rules on how ​companies should give ​financialinformation about ​theiractivities: The ​companyprovided a ​statement of ​totalrecognizedgains and ​losses, as ​required by FRS 3.
(Definition of FRS from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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FRSnoun

uk   /ˌefɑːˈes/  us   /-ɑːr-/
[C] ACCOUNTING abbreviation for Financial Reporting Standard : one of the ​rules on how ​companies should give ​financialinformation about their ​activities: The ​companyprovided a ​statement of ​totalrecognisedgains and ​losses, as ​required by FRS 3.
BANKING, FINANCE, GOVERNMENT abbreviation for the Federal Reserve System
(Definition of FRS from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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