Accumulate in spanish


pronunciation: ɑkumulɑɹ̩ part of speech: verb
In gestures

accumulate = acumular. 

Example: Bureaux can be useful for proving trials, and the deferment of commitments until a suitable size of data base has been accumulated in the computer system.


» accumulate + debts = contraer deudas, acumular deudas.

Example: Although the firms have piled up cash they have also accumulated debts -- the latter outweighing the other.

» accumulate + evidence = recoger pruebas.

Example: Evidence is accumulating to show that videotaping the reference desk operation helps reference librarians see how -- as well as how not -- to do it = Se han recogido pruebas para demostrar que grabar en vídeo la operación del mostrador de referencia ayuda a los bibliotecarios a ver cómo (y cómo no) hacerlo.

» accumulate + fund = recaudar fondos.

Example: Their purposes was to settle the disputes between the members, to negotiate with master, to accumulate and disburse a benevolent fund, and to exact contributions for drinks and parties.

Accumulate synonyms

gather in spanish: reunir, pronunciation: gæðɜr part of speech: verb compile in spanish: compilar, pronunciation: kəmpaɪl part of speech: verb collect in spanish: recoger, pronunciation: kəlekt part of speech: verb hoard in spanish: acumular, pronunciation: hɔrd part of speech: noun, verb conglomerate in spanish: conglomerado, pronunciation: kənglɑmɜrət part of speech: noun amass in spanish: acumular, pronunciation: əmæs part of speech: verb cumulate in spanish: recogido en montón, pronunciation: kjumjəleɪt part of speech: verb pull in in spanish: tirar de, pronunciation: pʊlɪn part of speech: verb pile up in spanish: amontonar, pronunciation: paɪlʌp part of speech: verb
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