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Definición de “increase” en inglés

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increase

verb [I or T]
 
 
/ɪnˈkriːs/
to become larger in amount or size, or to make something do this: increase by sth Sales have increased by 10%.increase to sth Our gross margin increased to 24%.increase in price/size/value Over the past two years the department has increased in size.the number/rate/level increases Staffing numbers increase during the summer months.increase gradually/slowly/steadily Bookings are increasing steadily. Interest rates have increased slightly. increase dramatically/rapidly/significantly The volume of work has increased dramatically. increase efficiency/production/productivity The new measures are intended to increase efficiency. to increase costs/prices/sales This process greatly increases manufacturing speeds.
increasing adjective increasingly adverb
Traducciones de “increase”
en árabe يَزيد…
en coreano 증가하다, 커지다…
in Malaysian meningkat…
en francés (s’)accroître…
en turco art(ır)mak, çoğal(t)mak…
en italiano aumentare…
en chino (tradicionál) 增大, 增加, 增強…
en ruso увеличивать(ся)…
en polaco zwiększać (się), wzrastać…
in Vietnamese tăng lên…
en español aumentar…
en portugués aumentar…
in Thai เพิ่ม…
en alemán zunehmen…
en catalán augmentar…
en japonés ~が増える, ~を増やす…
in Indonesian meningkatkan…
en chino (simplificado) 增大, 增加, 增强…
(Definition of increase verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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