Adjective "accrual" definition and examples

(Accrual may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/əˈkruːəl/

Definitions and examples

noun

  1. 'Both provide frequency of accrual, which is critical to sustaining program interest.'
  2. 'Effective May 31, 2003, the plan has been frozen, and is therefore closed to further benefit accrual or new participants.'
  3. 'Compensation of employees is the sum of wage and salary accruals, employer contributions for government social insurance, and other labor income.'
  4. 'To avoid this accrual, the taxpayer can pay the disputed tax and file a refund claim, preventing interest from accruing if the taxpayer loses.'
  5. 'We were talking about some bonus accruals again that he was not paying attention to, and of course I did shout.'
  6. 'On March 31, 2004, the firm had a bank overdraft of more than €303,000 and trade creditors and accruals totalling €362,236.'
  7. 'Defined benefit plans need to evolve to the Internet age with frequent access to benefit accruals and projections.'
  8. 'For the economy, this means among other things, negative effects on earnings, employment and revenue accruals to the treasury.'
  9. 'The difference between his figure and the published figures in the Pentagon budget ‘is primarily due to accruals for military health benefits legislated in 2000’.'
  10. 'Investment bankers fear that with no possibility of IPOs scene perking up in near future, the fee accrual on this account will be minimal.'

More definitions

1. the act or process of accruing.

2. something accrued; accretion.

More examples(as adjective)

"statuses can be accrual."

"loans can be accrual."