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[るい()·()]
ruika
noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 累加

noun, suru verb
  1. acceleration; progressive increase

Definition and Synonyms for 累加

Increase the act of increasing something
Synonyms: , 加増, , 増し, 増す, 増やし, 増加, 増量, 引き上げ, 引き上げる, 殖やす, 累加
Buildup the act of building up an accumulation
Synonyms: 増加, 増大, 増殖, 累加, 累積, 蓄積, 集積
Acceleration an increase in rate of change
Synonyms: 亢進, 促進, 加速, 加速度, 累加
Rise a growth in strength or number or importance
Synonyms: アップ, 上昇, 伸び, 伸びる, 増加, 増殖, 累加, 膨張, 高まり, 高まる
Accretion an increase by natural growth or addition
Synonyms: 堆積, 堆積作用, 累加, 累増, 累積, 蓄積, 集積
Growth a process of becoming larger or longer or more numerous or more important
Synonyms: 上昇, 伸び, 伸びる, 伸張, 加増, 加重, , 増し, 増す, 増加, 増大, 増殖, 増進, 拡張, 累加, 膨張

Meanings for each kanji in 累加

accumulate; involvement; trouble; tie up; continually Kanji Details »
add; addition; increase; join; include; Canada Kanji Details »

Categories 累加 is a member of

Process a sustained phenomenon or one marked by gradual changes through a series of states
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Accrual the act of accumulating
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Change an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another
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Growth the gradual beginning or coming forth
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Growth a process of becoming larger or longer or more numerous or more important
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Change Of Magnitude the act of changing the amount or size of something
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