Here's an audio file. In number three (1:25) a woman seems to be speaking to her secretary. From what I understand she says:
Also could you bring the file on the Rx accounts?
According to Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary:
- on: about, e.g. a book on South Africa
- Rx: the written abbreviation for a doctor’s prescription
- account: a written record of money that is owed to a business and of money that has been paid by it, e.g. to keep the accounts up to date
The meaning of each word seems to be clear. However, I don't understand the meaning of the whole phrase.
P.S. Just a guess: can RX be a proper noun in this context?