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Translation of "increase" - English-Spanish dictionary

increase

verb   /ɪnˈkriːs/ ( present participle increasing, past tense and past participle increased)
B1 to get bigger or to make something bigger aumentar Smoking increases the risk of serious illnesses. Sales of computers have increased by 15 percent.
→  Opposite decrease
noun   /ˈɪn·kriːs/
a rise in the amount or size of something aumento a price increase We are seeing an increase in standards of living. →  Opposite decrease
(Definition of increase from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

increase

verb /inˈkriːs/
to (cause to) grow in size, number etc aumentar The number of children in this school has increased greatly in recent years.
increasingly adverb
more and more cada vez más It became increasingly difficult to find helpers.
on the increase
becoming more frequent or becoming greater en aumento Acts of violence are on the increase.
(Definition of increase from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “increase”
in Korean 증가하다, 커지다…
in Arabic يَزيد…
in Malaysian meningkat…
in French (s’)accroître…
in Russian увеличивать(ся)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 增大, 增加, 增強…
in Italian aumentare…
in Turkish art(ır)mak, çoğal(t)mak…
in Polish zwiększać (się), wzrastać…
in Vietnamese tăng lên…
in Portuguese aumentar…
in Thai เพิ่ม…
in German zunehmen…
in Catalan augmentar…
in Japanese ~が増える, ~を増やす…
in Chinese (Simplified) 增大, 增加, 增强…
in Indonesian meningkatkan…
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