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Translation of "accumulate" - English-Spanish dictionary

accumulate

verb   /əˈkjuː.mjʊ.leɪt/
A to collect a large number of things over a long period of time acumular As people accumulate more wealth, they tend to spend a greater proportion of their incomes. The company said the debt was accumulated during its acquisition of nine individual businesses. We’ve accumulated so much rubbish over the years.1264
to gradually increase in number or amount acumularse A thick layer of dust had accumulated in the room. If you don’t go through the papers on your desk on a regular basis, they just keep on accumulating.1808
(Definition of accumulate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

accumulate

verb /əˈkjuːmjuleit/
(usually of things) to gather or be gathered together in a large quantity acumularse Over the last few years he had accumulated a large amount of debt.
accumulation noun
acumulación the accumulation of data by various investigators.
accumulator noun
(physics) a type of electric battery acumulador An accumulator powers the motor.
(Definition of accumulate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “accumulate”
in Vietnamese thu gom…
in Malaysian berlonggok…
in Thai สะสม…
in French (s’)accumuler…
in German sich anhäufen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 积累, 积聚, 积攒…
in Turkish biriktirmek, artırmak, tasarruf etmek…
in Russian накапливать(ся)…
in Indonesian terkumpul…
in Chinese (Traditional) 積累, 積聚, 積攢…
in Polish gromadzić (się)…
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