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An account dealing with the material assets of a business, such as its property.
- ‘The search is on for real value and real cash - backed up, of course, by real accounts.’
- ‘The real account would track rates of change over time in real flows of output.’
- ‘It is unfortunate that the Defense Ministry did not order an ongoing record of these individuals' deliberations, which would have provided a real account for future generations and helped them better understand this period.’
- ‘For example, if you plan on funding your real account with $5,000, don't trade a demo account that has $100,000.’
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