Type: Term Pronunciation: kyū′myū-lă-tiv Definitions: 1. Tending to accumulate or pile up, as with certain drugs that may have a cumulative effect.
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[Adjective] Something that keeps increasing.
Example: She only spent a little in each credit card, but her debts cumulated quickly.
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When referring to loan stock or shares, cumulative means that, if the payment due for one period is missed, those securities must be given priority when the next payment is made, and arrears of the missed amounts must be paid before any dividend can be paid on the other shares in the trust structure...
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is the act of accumulation that acquires or increases by successive additions, or by â€œheaping onâ€? - as opposed to organic growth. Persistent chemicals often accumulate in parts of the food chain.
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Cu'mu·la·tive adjective [ Confer French cumulatif .] 1. Composed of parts in a heap; forming a mass; aggregated. 'As for knowledge which man receiveth by teaching, it is cumulative , not original.' Bacon 2. Augmen...
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Increasing or growing by accumulation or successive additions. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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• (a.) Tending to prove the same point to which other evidence has been offered; -- said of evidence. • (a.) Composed of parts in a heap; forming a mass; aggregated. • (a.) Given by same testator to the same legatee; -- said of a legacy. • (a.) Augmenting, gaining, or giving forc...
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increasing or growing by accumulation or successive additions.
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Often the effects of repeated exposures to chemicals are greater than single exposures. The cumulative effect is what occurs from repeated exposures over time. This can include exposures to one chemical over time, or exposures to multiple chemicals in a short amount of time.
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1) Accumulative 2) Additive 3) Like some interest
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