Verb(1) grow by addition(2) come into the possession of
(1) Many applaud the new phosphorus standards as a best management practice that will accrue environmental benefits.(2) Undeniably, program managers should take the first step to accrue direct benefits to their programs.(3) The Air Force has invited students to accrue the benefits from the career opportunities exhibition as a run up to the recruitment rally.(4) The rate at which directors can accrue benefits is also more generous than the schemes they offer to their staff.(5) The actuary also determines the contribution needed to maintain the fund at this level bearing in mind that the members continuously accrue additional benefits.(6) I wonder what short-term and long-term economic benefits would accrue from shutting down Rome on the Potomac for an extended period: say, 30 days.(7) More intangible benefits accrue from the learning process and are missed or under-appreciated by the Air Force; they are often missed even by the graduating student.(8) Various tax benefits accrue from the operation of the company.(9) Financial appraisals carried out by hospital CEOs suggested that the additional costs would be recovered in year one, and that savings would accrue from that time on.(10) Significant savings could accrue from reduced personnel costs, a sizable contributor to operating and support costs.(11) There is a commitment to set up a National Transformation Fund if significant once-off revenues accrue from the sale of state assets.(12) Harlequin Ducks that pair early with a known mate may accrue similar benefits.(13) He said the UDM's ostensible affinity to traditional leadership failed to accrue any benefits to the party this time, as it did in the 1999 general election.(14) The Protestant Reformers defined the Roman doctrine of Works as a form of barter system, whereby believers could accrue spiritual benefits for themselves and salvation through their performance.(15) Players become vested in the pension plan from day one and begin to accrue pension benefits after they're on a club roster for 43 days.(16) Further savings should accrue from debt refinancing.
(1) to accrue :: i gronni
1. result from ::
yn deillio o
2. accumulate ::
3. fall ::
Different Formsaccrue, accrued, accrues, accruing
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