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Synonyms for accumulation

Synonyms for accumulation

Synonyms for accumulation

an increase by natural growth or addition

several things grouped together or considered as a whole

the act of accumulating

(finance) profits that are not paid out as dividends but are added to the capital base of the corporation

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However, the World Bank sees a slowing pace of capital accumulation reducing potential growth in the East Asia and Pacific region.
TEF Conveyor and TEF Accumulation Table handle round, square, and rectangular bottles made of plastic or glass that are up to 2500 cc in size
The accumulation of nutrients was determined through the multiplication of the concentration of the nutrient by the dry mass corresponding to each plant part.
Accumulation VUL with Vitality can help them increase their retirement income potential while also motivating and rewarding them for living healthy -- now and in the future.
In this research, cholic acid and cheno anti-accumulation agents have been used to prevent the accumulation of dye materials based on indigos.
All the rest of roads in the province are open except some sub-roads which are closed due to the accumulation of snow and the ice.
Different lengths or have multiple levels can be incorporated to increase accumulation values.
Key words: Cotton Aboveground biomass accumulation Product of thermal effectiveness and PAR (TEP) Normalization Richards Model
Additional snow showers were forecast for Sunday, with high temperatures near 33 degrees, and a possible accumulation of 1 to 3 inches of new snow on the valley floor during the day.
Previous research has indicated that the transcription factor nuclear factor erythroid 2-related factor 2 (Nrf2) plays an important role in reducing cellular accumulation of methylmercury (MeHg).
We describe four common causes of fruit shriveling and detail compositional differences between normally developing fruit and that affected by sugar accumulation disorder (SAD).
In many states, this is due to the so-called "natural accumulation" rule, under which a property owner has no duty to remove or warn of the dangers of natural accumulations of snow, ice, and freezing rain.
In return for the opportunity to benefit from any appreciation in underlying investments, the owner assumes the risk that his investments may decrease in value, thereby resulting in lower accumulation values or a lower monthly income.