1. Accumulate: [verb] to gather or pile up especially little by little : amass.
2. Accumulate synonyms, Accumulate pronunciation, Accumulate translation, English dictionary definition of Accumulate
3. To gather or cause to increase; amass: We Accumulated enough wood for a fire.
4. Synonyms for Accumulate: accelerate, appreciate, balloon, boom, build up, burgeon, climb, enlarge; Antonyms for Accumulate: contract, decrease, diminish, dwindle
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5. To gather or cause to increase; amass: We Accumulated enough wood for a fire
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7. The Crossword Solver found 120 answers to the Accumulate crossword clue
8. Accumulate 'Accumulate' is a 10 letter word starting with A and ending with E Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Accumulate We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Accumulate will help you to finish your crossword today
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9. Accumulate: 1 v get or gather together “I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife” Synonyms: amass , collect , compile , hoard , pile up , roll up Types: show 12 types hide 12 types run up pile up (debts or scores) corral collect or gather collect , pull in get or bring together come up , scrape , scrape up ,
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10. Accumulate definition, to gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; heap up: to Accumulate wealth
11. The Accumulate Protocol is an identity-based, Vetted Delegated Proof-of-Stake blockchain, with secure, scalable, and extensible features to power DeFi applications
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12. Accumulate can serve as a DNS service for the internet
13. Other chains under Accumulate can be addressed in a standard way via URLs.
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15. I will Accumulate wealth due to disciplined investing
16. The sanitation department is on strike causing our garbage to Accumulate
17. Samantha’s debt began to Accumulate due to the interest on her loan
18. Flooding caused water to Accumulate in Harry’s basement.
19. Accumulateは他動詞では「蓄積する」、「貯める」、自動詞では「溜まる」と言う意味です。 例文 Sleeplessness is a major cause of Accumulated fatigue.
20. Accumulate() sequentially applies a 2-argument function to elements of a vector
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21. Accumulate - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
22. 34 synonyms for Accumulate: build up, increase, grow, be stored, collect, gather, pile up, amass
23. Accumulate shifts the paradigm for how blockchains manage data, tokens, and users with an identity-based, Proof-of-Stake blockchain offering secure, scalable, and extensible features to power DeFi
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24. Accumulate Accumulate ammunition against someone Accumulate points as the years Accumulate, so too do the layers of prejudice It is amazing how many possessions one can Accumulate
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25. A little rainfall causes water to log/Accumulate here
26. - English Only forum Accumulate a lot of love - English Only forum <Accumulate> about 30 minutes - English
27. Accumulate definition: When you Accumulate things or when they Accumulate , they collect or are gathered over a Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
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28. Accumulate (rather formal) to gradually get more and more of something over a period of time; to gradually increase in number or quantity over a period of time: I seem to have Accumulated a lot of books
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29. Accumulate ( third-person singular simple present Accumulates, present participle accumulating, simple past and past participle Accumulated ) ( transitive) To heap up in a mass; to pile up; to collect or bring together (either literally or figuratively) He wishes to Accumulate a sum of money
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30. Accumulate is a high-performance blockchain for DeFi, integrating blockchains, protocols, oracles, and applications, serving as a bridge for the new digital economy.
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31. You Accumulate a body of work, you Accumulate a faith, you Accumulate a way of looking at life, and you Accumulate the tools to deal with it
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32. What does Accumulate mean? To gather or cause to increase; amass
33. Employees Accumulate unused sick leave from year to year and receive a lump-sum payment at retirement, representing the Accumulated sick leave
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34. • First the carbon dioxide is filtered and allowed to Accumulate in a container
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35. • The remaining oxygen atoms simply Accumulate in the atmosphere
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36. • Over a period of years, the drug will Accumulate in the body and damage the nervous system
37. • Watkins said he has Accumulated more than $100,000 in legal bills.
38. The Accumulate (previously Accumul8) charity provides creative workshops to young, homeless people who are living in hostels or temporary accommodation in London
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39. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are distributing Accumulate Art Kits to support and engage people through creativity
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42. Arihant Capital recommended Accumulate rating on Route Mobile with a target price of Rs 2585 in its research report dated October 19, 2021
43. As Perth business consultants, Accumulate train, guide, and coach business owners as they reimagine and reshape their businesses
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44. We can Accumulate from a thoughts of others a small pleasing thoughts; nonetheless a suggestion stays bankrupt as good as empty.
45. The tendency of Capital to Accumulate is a big threat to the free market.
46. The main thing I have realized, as the names Accumulate, is …
47. If you want to compute the cumulative sum of an array of elements and detect at which position does it crosses a specific threshold, then Numpy Accumulate is a good choice.
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48. std::Accumulate () function is used to Accumulate all the values in the range [first, last] both inclusive to any variable initial_sum
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49. Default operation which Accumulates function do is adding up all the elements but different operations can be performed
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50. Syntax of Accumulate () function: Accumulate (start, end, initial_sum);
51. 1 [transitive] Accumulate something to gradually get more and more of something over a period of time synonym amass I seem to have Accumulated a lot of books
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52. Gather; Accumulate; amass; These words all mean to get more of something over a period of …
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53. Prabhudas Lilladher recommended Accumulate rating on Kansai Nerolac Paints with a target price of Rs 651 in its research report dated October 27, 2021.
54. ‘investigators have yet to Accumulate enough evidence’
55. Snow expected to Accumulate for several local areas
56. Accumulate (v.) 1520s, "to heap up" (transitive), from Latin accumulatus, past participle of accumulare "to heap up, amass," from ad "to," here perhaps emphatic (see ad- ), + cumulare "heap up," from cumulus "heap" (from suffixed form of PIE root *keue- "to swell")
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57. Std::Accumulate performs fold operation using f function on range [first, last) starting with init as accumulator value
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58. Effectively it's equivalent of: In version (1) operator+ is used in place of f, so Accumulate over container is equivalent of sum of container elements
59. Conjugate Accumulate in every English verb tense including present, past, and future.
60. 这些动词均含"积聚，聚集，积累"之意。 Accumulate ：几乎可用于指任何事物量的增加，侧重连续不断地，一点一滴地聚积。 amass ：着重大量地积聚，尤指对如金钱、珠宝等有价值东西的大量积聚。
61. As adjectives the difference between Accumulate and cumulate
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62. Is that Accumulate is (poeticrare) collected; Accumulated while cumulate is Accumulated, agglomerated, amassed
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63. You can Accumulate [= earn] bonus points by participating in surveys
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