ETYM Latin accessio, from accedere: cf. French accession. Related to Accede.
1. Agreeing with; SYN. assenting.
2. Something added to what one has already; SYN. addition.
3. The act of attaining a new office or right; SYN. rise to power.
4. The act of entering upon or attaining to a position or right.
ETYM Old Eng. encres, encresse. Related to Increase.
1. A process of becoming larger; SYN. increment, growth.
2. A change resulting in something becoming larger.
3. The act of increasing something; SYN. step-up.
4. The amount by which something increases; SYN. increment.
increment / ɪnkrəmənt /
Množina reči increment je increments.
ETYM Latin incrementum: cf. French incrément. Related to Increase.
1. The increase of a variable quantity or fraction from its present value to its next ascending value; the finite quantity, generally variable, by which a variable quantity is increased.
2. Matter added; increase; produce; production; -- opposed to decrement.