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Accumulate | Definition of Accumulate by Merriam-Webster
History and Etymology for accumulate. borrowed from Latin accumulātus, past participle of accumulāre "to heap up, add to, increase," from ad-ad-+ cumulāre "to gather into a heap" — more at cumulate. Note: In part a Latinization of Middle French accumuler.
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to gather into a heap, mass, cover, etc.; form a steadily increasing quantity: Snow accumulated in the driveway. His debts kept on accumulating.
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The painter can accumulate ugliness, but I do not remember a demon worth the name. It would be easy as well as instructive to accumulate examples.
Accumulate - definition of accumulate by The Free Dictionary
Pope Julius came afterwards and found the Church strong, possessing all the Romagna, the barons of Rome reduced to impotence, and, through the chastisements of Alexander, the factions wiped out; he also found the way open to accumulate money in a manner such as had never been practised before Alexander's time.
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1 to become greater in extent, volume, amount, or number . the number of complaints about that mail order firm is really accumulating
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An example of accumulate would be the amount of snow on the ground building up during a winter storm.
ACCUMULATE | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
accumulate definition: 1. to collect a large number of things over a long period of time: 2. to gradually increase in number or amount: 3. to collect or increase something gradually, esp. over a period of time: . Learn more.
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The root of accumulate is cumulus which means "mound" or "heap." You might have heard of cumulus clouds, those big fluffy clouds that look like giant piles of whipped cream. Think of these heaping helpings of clouds when you think of accumulate.The money in your savings account accumulates interest, though these days you won't accumulate much wealth that way!
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Accumulated definition, to gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; heap up: to accumulate wealth. See more.
accumulate - msdn.microsoft.com
Computes the sum of all the elements in a specified range including some initial value by computing successive partial sums or computes the result of successive partial results similarly obtained from using a specified binary operation other than the sum.