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ascendingadjective

uk   us   /əˈsen.dɪŋ/
increasing in size or value: I shall list my objections to the plan in ascending order of importance. specialized biology moving upwards or to higher levels, often used to refer to sensory pathways in the nervous system
Translations of “ascending”
in Chinese (Traditional) (規模、價值等)上升的,增長的…
in Russian восходящий…
in Turkish yükselen, yukarı çıkan, başarı kazanan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (规模、价值等)上升的,增长的…
in Polish rosnący…
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