The country's banks have accumulated, by one report, deposits from Russian nationals that actually exceed its GDP.
The crowd that accumulated to watch the squabble reportedly applauded and cheered as Bieber fled the scene.
They also have accumulated debt, due to some misjudged spending sprees from the days when credit cards were handed out like candy.
Living an upright life and without holding an official post, he accumulated virtue and cultivated goodness.
To fund current operations and pay off debt that has been accumulated in years past, the government sells bonds.
Abuse, cruelty, outrage, accumulated on the heads of the poor Aleuts.
I had accumulated a farflung line of drinking men as friends.
And in the meantime all my accumulated experience had been added to enhance my original talent.
There was the accumulated bitterness of months in his voice.
Wealth, in its view, was less the mere production of goods than the accumulated happiness of humble men.
past participle adjective from accumulate (v.). It drove out accumulate (adj.) in this sense (except in poetic use) by c.1700.