incremental

An increase in product sales volume attributed to a special promotion or merchandising plan.
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incremental

[Adjective] Increasing something by small amounts.
Example: The incremental approach to road schemes will mean they gradually improve over time.
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incremental

[adj] - increasing gradually by regular degrees or additions
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Incremental

Incremental sales - The additional sales of a product occurring directly as a result of a specific activity (e.g. sales promotion).
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Incremental

In`cre·men'tal adjective (Biol.) Pertaining to, or resulting from, the process of growth; as, the incremental lines in the dentine of teeth.
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incremental

adjective increasing gradually by regular degrees or additions; `lecturers enjoy...steady incremental growth in salary`
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Incremental

• (a.) Pertaining to, or resulting from, the process of growth; as, the incremental lines in the dentine of teeth.
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Incremental

refers to an output that is measured in known increments from a known reference point; e.g., a step motor provides incremental motion based on an initial position and an incremental encoder provides incremental feedback information based on a known zero point.
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incremental

increasing gradually by regular degrees or additions
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incremental

increasing gradually by regular degrees or additions
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