Accumulative ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Accumulative ( adjective )

Being made up of successive increments or additions.

Origin:

From the latin word 'accumulare' meaning 'to heap up'.

Examples:

  1. The accumulative effect of the medicine was to relieve his headache.
  2. Her savings account has an accumulative interest rate.
  3. He accumulated so many miles that he could fly to Europe for free.
  4. The snow kept coming down, accumulative on the ground.
  5. The database has an accumulative growth of more than 50 GB per day.

(As a noun)

Accumulative ( noun )

Being made up of successive increments or additions.

Origin:

From the latin word 'accumulare' meaning 'to heap up'.

Examples:

  1. The accumulative effect of the medicine was to relieve his headache.
  2. Her savings account has an accumulative interest rate.
  3. He accumulated so many miles that he could fly to Europe for free.
  4. The snow kept coming down, accumulative on the ground.
  5. The database has an accumulative growth of more than 50 GB per day.
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