A mass or quantity of something that has gradually gathered or been acquired
the accumulation of paperwork on her desk
The growth of a sum of money by the regular addition of interest
accretion: an increase by natural growth or addition
collection: several things grouped together or considered as a whole
the act of accumulating
(finance) profits that are not paid out as dividends but are added to the capital base of the corporation
(accumulate) roll up: get or gather together; "I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife"; "She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis"; "She rolled up a small fortune"
(accumulate) collect or gather; "Journals are accumulating in my office"; "The work keeps piling up"
(accumulate) To heap up in a mass; to pile up; to collect or bring together; to amass; To grow or increase in quantity or number; to increase greatly; Collected; accumulated
(Accumulations (or Accumulation Benefits)) Percentage additions to policy benefits when the contract is continuously renewed. (LI)
(Accumulate) Slang way of asking, "Why are you tardy?"
(Accumulate) A buy recommendation from analysts who want to sound more sophisticated or who want to be able to deny they ever used the word buy regarding a particular investment.
(accumulate) (v) cıyarģa, qalarģa, qoşarģa
(accumulate) An operating parameter setting that allows the reader to store scanned labels in a buffer until a transmit command is entered.
(accumulate) a value during the traversal, this is indicated by: traversal(accu). A typical example is a function that counts statements.
(accumulate) v. gradually get or gather together an increasing number or quantity of get (sth) in this way
When stocks start moving sideways after a significant drop as investors start accumulating.
Quantities of coins, tokens and other numismatic material which has not been sorted, classified, attributed nor organized in any meaningful way, unlike a true coin collection.
The emphasis or summary of previously made points or inferences by excessive praise or accusation.
A miscellaneous grouping of coins, often as a monetary hoard. Opposite of a coin collection. A second use is as a grouping of a particular date, type, or series. (Example: an accumulation–of Bust Halves.)
An audience-counting method, where each person exposed to a specific vehicle is counted once within a certain time period.
With respect to mutual funds, accumulation is when a fixed dollar amount is invested regularly and any capital gains and dividends are reinvested back into the fund.
The act of buying more shares of a security without causing the price to increase significantly. After a decline, a stock may start to base and trade sideways for an extended period. ...
This is another way of saying: professional buying. A stock is under accumulation when volume expands on days when price moves up.
The volume of the displaced material, which lies above the original ground surface.
The buildup of a chemical in the body due to long-term or repeated exposure.
The build-up of a substance in a plant or animal due to repeated exposure to and uptake of that substance from the environment. See also bioaccumulation.