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{f} çoğalmak
{f} artmak
(hukuk) hak olarak hissesine düşmek
tahakkuk etmek
hasıl olmak
{f} to -e gelmek: What advantages will accrue to us from this? Bunun bize ne gibi faydaları olacak?
{f} birikmek
{f} büyümek
{f} payına düşmek
tahakkuk etmek accrued expense tahakkuk etmiş masraf accrued interest tahakkuk etmiş faiz

Onun banka hesabına yıllardır faiz tahakkuk ettirildi. - The interest on his bank account accrued over the years.

accrue to
-e gelmek
accrue from
dan tahakkuk
accrue to
için tahakkuk
accrue officer
(Askeri) tahakkuk subayı
payına düşmek
tahakkuk etmek
(Ticaret) biriken
{f} gerçekleş
{i} gerçekleşme
{f} gerçekleş: adj.gerçekleşmiş
to accrue
(Hukuk) eklenmek
to accrue
(Hukuk) çoğalmak
to accrue
(Hukuk) tahakkuk etmek
to accrue
(Hukuk) birikmek
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To increase, to augment; 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

The great and essential advantages accruing to society from the freedom of the press - Junius.

To be incurred as a result of the passage of time

The monthly financial statements show all the actual but only some of the accrued expenses.

Something that accrues; advantage accruing
{v} to arise, come, be added
To record an item in the accounting books when using the accrual method of accounting For example, you accrue income when the customer signs a contract, even though you won't receive any cash at that time When you accrue an item of income or expense can depend on a number of factors including the entity's procedures IRS requirements here frequently diverge from accounting rules
To accumulate or be added periodically To come about as a natural growth To become enforceable To increase
to periodically grow or accumulate
To add up, as in the interest accrues from the first of the month
To record revenues when earned and to record expenditures as soon as they result in liabilities for benefits received, notwithstanding that the receipt of cash or payment of cash may take place, in whole or in part, in another accounting period
Periodically accumulating or adding value
To accumulate over a period of time For example, service accrues with each month worked
To accumulate An expression often used in accounting or in pensions business
to accumulate, to collect, to come into existence, as to a right or cause of action, to come into existence as an enforceable legal claim
Refers to non-MIQ affiliates accruing SVP That is, the SFI system allows you to accumulate SVP each month until you reach 10 SVP, at which point you become MIQ (Multi-Income Qualified)
To accumulate When a right is vested in a person, that right is said to accrue to the benefit of that person
To accumulate, increase
When actuaries say that pension benefits, actuarial costs and actuarial liabilities have accrued, they ordinarily mean that the amounts are associated, either specifically or by a process of allocation, with years of employee service before the date of a particular valuation of a pension plan
come into the possession of; "The house accrued to the oldest son"
To increase or accumulate over time
to increase or accumulate Commonly used in reference to depreciation, expense, income, interest and other accounting factors [OTS]
To accumulate, as in interest on a loan or credit card bill
to accumulate a receivable or payable during a period even though no transaction occurred
If things such as profits or benefits accrue to someone, they are added to over a period of time. the expectation that profits will accrue. a project from which considerable benefit will accrue to the community
grow by addition; "The interest accrues"
grow by addition; "The interest accrues" come into the possession of; "The house accrued to the oldest son
To increase; to augment
If money or interest accrues or if you accrue it, it gradually increases in amount over a period of time. I owed £5,000 -- part of this was accrued interest If you do not pay within 28 days, interest will accrue Officials say the options will offer investors a longer time in which to accrue profits. = accumulate
come into the possession of; "The house accrued to the oldest son
{f} accumulate, amass, compile; increase; grow
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
Able to be accrued
{s} collectible, can be compiled, can be accumulated
Accumulated up to this point in time Accrued interest; accrued depreciation
{s} accumulated, amassed
interest you have earned or incurred that is yet to be paid or charged
An accumulation over a certain period of time, such as accrued depreciation or accrued interest
An adjective describing something that has come into existence but has not yet been claimed by or distributed to its rightful owner
past of accrue
Accumulated, as actuarial costs of liabilities, during years of employee service before a specific valuation date of a pension plan
periodically accumulated over time; "accrued interest"; "accrued leave
periodically accumulated over time; "accrued interest"; "accrued leave"
That which has accumulated over a period of time such as accrued depreciation, accrued interest or accrued expenses
The act of accruing
{i} increase, accumulated amount
third-person singular of accrue
present participle of accrue

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    amortize, decrease, lose


    /əˈkro͞o/ /əˈkruː/


    [ &-'krü ] (verb.) 15th century. French accrû, past participle of accroître, from Old French acreü, past participle of acroistre (“to increase”); from Latin adcrēscō (“increase”), from ad- (“to”) + crēscō (“grow”). Compare accretion, accresce, accrete, crew, crescent.


    accrues, accruing, accrued

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