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Meanings of Accroaching:

noun

The act of acquiring or taking for oneself (especially wealth or property).

Meanings of Accroachment:

noun

The action of accroach ; usurpation.

Meanings of Accrual:

noun

The accumulation or increase of something over time, especially payments or benefits.

Usage examples:

All debts must be frozen with no further accrual of interest

Meanings of Accruals:

noun

The accumulation or increase of something over time, especially payments or benefits.

Usage examples:

All debts must be frozen with no further accrual of interest

Meanings of Accrue:

verb

(of a benefit or sum of money) be received by someone in regular or increasing amounts over time.

Usage examples:

Financial benefits will accrue from restructuring

Meanings of Accrued:

adjective

(of a benefit or sum of money) received or accumulated in regular or increasing amounts over time.

Usage examples:

The accrued interest
verb

(of a benefit or sum of money) be received by someone in regular or increasing amounts over time.

Usage examples:

Financial benefits will accrue from restructuring

Meanings of Accruement:

noun

Something that accrues or has accrued; an addition or accession by natural growth; an increment. also (occasionally): an accumulation.

Meanings of Accruer:

noun

The action of accruing; = "accretion"; an instance of this; "right of accruer": the right to benefit from the action of accretion, especially in the context of shares under probate or trusts.

Meanings of Accrues:

verb

(of a benefit or sum of money) be received by someone in regular or increasing amounts over time.

Usage examples:

Financial benefits will accrue from restructuring

Meanings of Accruing:

verb

(of a benefit or sum of money) be received by someone in regular or increasing amounts over time.

Usage examples:

Financial benefits will accrue from restructuring

Meanings of Acct:

noun

Written abbreviation for account noun

Meanings of Accultural:

adjective

Involving or produced by acculturation.

Meanings of Acculturate:

verb

Assimilate to a different culture, typically the dominant one.

Usage examples:

Those who have acculturated to the united states

Meanings of Acculturated:

verb

Assimilate to a different culture, typically the dominant one.

Usage examples:

Those who have acculturated to the united states

Meanings of Acculturates:

verb

Assimilate to a different culture, typically the dominant one.

Usage examples:

Those who have acculturated to the united states

Meanings of Acculturating:

verb

Assimilate to a different culture, typically the dominant one.

Usage examples:

Those who have acculturated to the united states

Meanings of Acculturation:

noun

Assimilation to a different culture, typically the dominant one.

Usage examples:

The process of acculturation may impact both social and psychological well-being

Meanings of Acculturational:

adjective

Acculturative.

Meanings of Acculturize:

verb

To cause (a person or group) to adapt to or adopt a different culture, especially that of a colonizing, conquering, or majority group; to subject to acculturation.

Meanings of Acculturized:

adjective

That has adopted or adapted to a different culture, especially that of a colonizing, conquering, or majority group.

Meanings of Acculturizing:

verb

To cause (a person or group) to adapt to or adopt a different culture, especially that of a colonizing, conquering, or majority group; to subject to acculturation.

Meanings of Accumbent:

adjective

(of a cotyledon) lying edgeways against the folded radicle in the seed.

Usage examples:

Although the cotyledons were correctly illustrated as incumbent, they were described as accumbent.

Meanings of Accumulate:

verb

Gather together or acquire an increasing number or quantity of.

Usage examples:

Investigators have yet to accumulate enough evidence

Meanings of Accumulated:

verb

Gather together or acquire an increasing number or quantity of.

Usage examples:

Investigators have yet to accumulate enough evidence

Meanings of Accumulates:

verb

Gather together or acquire an increasing number or quantity of.

Usage examples:

Investigators have yet to accumulate enough evidence

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