And these benefits don't just accrue to one or two countries; in fact every country sees new jobs and increased output.
I calculate that it would take until 2031 before deferred retirement benefits would exceed the total I could accrue by filing now.
Democratic politics are the accumulation of a great many small decisions and actions that will accrue to what seems a big picture.
And Blizzard takes a 15% cut of the real-money transactions; the commissions that used to flow to eBay now accrue to them.
You have to accrue power, use it in ethical ways, and hope that voters reward you for doing this.
No possible danger can accrue to the Government by restoring them to eligibility to hold office.
But the strength of seeds and their shape is such that no harm is likely to accrue.
Under these circumstances, was it perfectly certain that no danger could accrue?
She had had no remembrance of any possible inheritance which might accrue to her by this sudden death.
Deeply as every friend to the Royal Society must regret such an occurrence, one slight advantage may accrue.
mid-15c., from Old French acreue "growth, increase, what has grown," fem. of acreu, past participle of acreistre (Modern French accroître) "to increase," from Latin accrescere (see accretion). Related: Accrued; accruing. Apparently a verb from a French noun because there is no English verb to go with it until much later, unless the record is defective.