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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “accretion”

accretion

noun [C or U]
 
 
/əˈkriː.ʃən/ formal
gradual increase or growth by the addition of new layers or parts
堆積,積聚;逐漸的增加,增大
The fund was increased by the accretion of new shareholders.
由於新股東的逐漸加入,資金增加了。
The room hadn't been cleaned for years and showed several accretions of dirt and dust.
房間多年沒有打掃,積了厚厚的灰塵。
Increasing and intensifying
(Definition of accretion from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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