accrue : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v grow by addition
The interest accrues
- v come into the possession of
The house accrued to the oldest son
- The state expects to accrue 265 million dollars from the tax.
- Although the study focused on runners, Chakravarty says, the benefits appear to accrue from any vigorous aerobic exercise.
- Indeed, most of the benefits of eight hours' sleep seem to accrue to the brain: sleep helps consolidate memory, improve judgment, promote learning and concentration.
News & Articles
- Do Advanced College Degrees Really Pay Off?
For graduates of the class of 2013, the experience of being a college student is now a memory, but the effects of going to college and the loan debt they accrued will stick with them for much longer.
June 13, 2013 - LiveScience.com via Yahoo! News
- Manmohan Singh in ABC News
India cannot become a nation with islands of high growth and vast areas untouched by development, where the benefits of growth accrue only to a few,Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told the nation in his traditional Independence Day speech....