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client accountnoun [C]

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BANKING a bank account that a person, business, or organization keeps for a customer in order to keep the customer's money separate from their own: Solicitors have a duty to account to their clients for interest earned by placing such monies in a solicitor's client account.
MARKETING a customer who regularly buys advertising from an advertising agency: The agency was threatened with the loss of an important client account.
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