increment 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈiNGkrəmənt/,/ˈin-/,
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increments, plural;
1. Cause a discrete increase in (a numerical quantity)

Noun
1. An increase or addition, esp. one of a series on a fixed scale
• - the inmates' pay can escalate in five-cent increments to a maximum of 90 cents an hour
2. A regular increase in salary on such a scale
• - he had waived his right to the second increment of \$18 million so that it could be distributed among 40 employees
3. A small positive or negative change in a variable quantity or function

1. increase: a process of becoming larger or longer or more numerous or more important; "the increase in unemployment"; "the growth of population"
2. increase: the amount by which something increases; "they proposed an increase of 15 percent in the fare"
3. Richard Tomlinson (born 13 January 1963) is a New Zealand-born British former MI6 officer who was imprisoned in 1997 for breaking the 1989 Official Secrets Act BBC by giving the synopsis of a proposed book detailing his career in the Secret Intelligence Service to an Australian publisher. ...
4. (incremence) Incremental growth; Incremental rate; Division into increments
5. (increments) removable charges attached to mortar fins. If they become wet, the mortar round misfires and falls short. Extremely flammable.
6. (Increments (Billing Increments)) It's the way we calculate our rates in order to bill your calls. For example, if you call USA for 10 seconds, you will be charged for 12 seconds (2 x 6 seconds since this is a 6 seconds increment call) of a minute, not the whole minute.
7. The defined scope of the portion of the data warehouse selected for implementation. Each increment satisfies elements of the total data warehouse solution.
8. To increase the value of something by 1 (or by some other number, if so specified).
9. The difference (delta) between two releases at the end of subsequent iterations.
10. These terms are often used interchangeably to indicate how well a scale displays the correct results. Increment is the value of the finest division of the scale.
11. Any increase in value.
12. The difference(s) in conditions between the future without the project in place (No-Action condition) and the future with the project in operation (With-Action condition). ...
13. In extispicy TT , the papillary process of the liver TT . View diagram of ominous zones of the liver [~/images/essentials/liver.gif]
14. For fifth and sixth studies completed at VCE units 3 and 4 level, 10 per cent of the score for each study will be added to the score from which the ENTER is derived.
15. To increase an index variable or counter with a specified value.
16. specifies an integer (other than 0) or a macro expression that generates an integer to be added to the value of the index variable in each iteration of the loop. By default, increment is 1. ...
17. Refers to the Time Control system that adds a certain amount of time to each player's clock, prior to each move. ...
18. The amount by which a varying quantity increases between two of its stages.
19. Used to express the moon in her increase.
20. The minimum amount a bid can be increased by.
21. a pay grade comprises a number of incremental and contribution related points.  The jobholder normally progresses through the increments up to the contribution threshold (defined below).
22. The value of the smallest unit that can be indicated or recorded by a digital device in normal operation.
23. Regular, automatic increase. Indemnify. To provide an indemnity. Indemnity. Guarantee payment or compensation following a financial loss.
24. Amount of money an auctioneer seeks to advance the bid for a lot. Also called "Next Bid Increment" or "Bid Increment." The dollar amount by which the bidding is advanced. Current Bid + Bid Increment = Next Allowable Bid.
25. An enhancement paid to teaching staff or support staff in recognition of experience and skills gained in the previous year. Increments are paid within the constraints of the salary scales in accordance with which staff are paid.