oshirish, ko'paytirish, kattalashtirish, yiriklashish
Noun(1) a process of becoming larger or longer or more numerous or more important(2) the amount by which something increases
(1) A lot of the controversies have been around what's the next step in standards - do we add an additional increment in such and so emission or do we add an additional type of emission to the suite of things we already regulate?(2) We already have had invalid flights from people using the cheap eTrex with only automatic time interval and no fixed time increment .(3) The average person would think Intel would just increment the family code.(4) During operation, the light guide is stepped across the tissue surface at a fixed increment , and fluorescence measurements are made from each discrete site.(5) But it does have an increment and decrement function, and primitive flow control.(6) If the hazard ratio is larger than one, then an increment increase in the variable causes an increase in the risk of predation.(7) In campaign engineering, we know that all but a relatively small increment of voters are fixed points.(8) We need more troops in order to secure the region, and we then need an additional increment of non-American troops so we can begin to bring some of our men and women home.(9) he had waived his right to the second increment of $18 million so that it could be distributed among 40 employees(10) your first increment will be payable six months from your date of commencement(11) The temperature increment logarithmically decreases toward the periphery of the heating beam, causing a fluid convection of 8 m/s inside a 180 m thick microchamber.(12) The first marker is at 6 feet, and steel posts mark out each additional one-foot increment thereafter.(13) The annual increment in my first salary as a mill clerk was five rupees.(14) The maximum increment in damage there will be equal to 2.(15) The two loosely related variables are: increments in social scale and the invention of ontologies of the divided self.(16) And it seems to me over the years things have been changing incrementally up until about four or five, maybe six years ago.
1. increase ::
1. decline ::
2. decrease ::
3. diminution ::
4. fall ::
5. loss ::
6. reduction ::
Different Formsincrement, incremental, incremented, increments
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