Accrue

• (n.) To increase; to augment. • (n.) To come to by way of increase; to arise or spring as a growth or result; to be added as increase, profit, or damage, especially as the produce of money lent. • (n.) Something that accrues; advantage accruing.
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accrue

verb grow by addition; `The interest accrues`
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Accrue

Ac·crue' (ăk*kru') intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Accrued ; present participle & verbal noun Accruing .] [ See Accrue , noun , and cf . Accresce , Accrete .]
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Accrue

Ac·crue' noun [ French accrû , Old French acreü , past participle of accroitre , Old French acroistre to increase; Latin ad + crescere to increase. Confer Accretion , Crew . See Crescent .] Something that accrues; advantage accruing....
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accrue

accrue Anyone who has money in the bank may expect interest to accrue or to grow as the years pass; so all of us may then speak of the accretion of our capital.
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accrue

accumulate
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Accrue

v. to grow by addition to. It could be the interest that has accumulated on the principal amount. It also means to arise, to happen or to come to pass. eg. one's right to sue on a contract may only accrue when the contract is breached or when the opposing party repudiates the contract. It may not accrue on the mere suspicion that the contract may b...
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accrue

[v] - come into the possession of 2. [v] - grow by addition, as of capital
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