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(intransitive) To increase by steps or by a step, especially by one.
Middle English from Latin incrēmentum from incrēscere to increase increase
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Latin incrementum.
Only one accelerated increment may be applied for at a time.
Thus, staff who receive an annual increment should notify their Tax Office each year that their superannuation payments have increased.
An additional increment has been added to the top of the Senior 11 grade.
Twice the law concerning taxes on unearned increment was improved.
For wings, 92% of the data for the pitching moment coefficient increment are predicted to within ± 0.02.
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