Adjective 1. periodically accumulated over time; "accrued interest"; "accrued leave" (synonym) accumulated (similar) increased Verb 1. grow by addition; "The interest accrues" (hypernym) increase (hyponym) redound (derivation) accumulation, accrual, accruement 2. come into the possession of; "The house accrued to the oldest son" (synonym) fall (hypernym) change hands (verb-group) fall, light (derivation) accumulation, accrual, accruement
Dictionary source: English Spanish Dictionary
English to Spanish translation of accrued (adj.) = acumulado. Ex: On completion of the search, the VDU will flash up details of the costs accrued for which the library will later be billed. (v.) = derivarse, obtenerse, conseguirse. Ex: A large proportion of the earth's population has not yet recognized the enormous advantages that would accrue if only everybody spoke English. ---- * accrue + benefit = conseguir beneficio. * accrue + debts = acumular deudas, contraer deudas. * accrue to = acumularse, añadirse a.