to accumulate good experience: tích luỹ những kinh nghiệm hay
garbage accumulated: rác rưởi chất đống lên
làm giàu, tích của
thi cùng một lúc nhiều bằng (ở trường đại học)
accumulates|accumulated|accumulatingə'kjuːmjʊleɪt verb +get or gather together +collect or gather
collect, gather, amass, mass, pile or heap up, aggregate, cumulate; assemble, store, stock, hoard, stockpile, put or lay away:
Overnight, the snow accumulated in six-foot drifts about the house. Ill fares the land, to hast'ning ills a prey,/Where wealth accumulates, and men decay.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb 1[VN] to gradually get more and more of sth over a period of time: I seem to have accumulated a lot of books. + By investing wisely she accumulated a fortune. + We have accumulated a great amount of evidence. 2[V] to gradually increase in number or quality over a period of time Synonym: BUILD UP Debts began to accumulate. + Dust and dirt soon accumulate if a house is not cleaned regularly. accumulation noun [U, C]: the accumulation of wealth + an accumulation of toxic chemicals
Collocation Dictionary verb
gradually, slowly | steadily | rapidly
VERB + ACCUMULATE
begin to | be allowed to
Dirt must not be allowed to accumulate.
| tend to
Toxic chemicals tend to accumulate in the body.
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