What is The Definition of Compounding Interest?
The definition of Compounding Interest is: Interest paid on principal and accrued interest.
Literal Meanings of Compounding Interest
Meanings of Compounding:
Create (all comprehensive) to create.
Doing (something wrong) adds to the negative.
Refrain from prosecuting (crimes) for money or other considerations.
Anything that consists of two or more separate elements is called a mixture.
Contains or consists of several parts or elements.
Open space surrounded by a fence, for example around a factory, large house or jail.
Sentences of Compounding
Spanish and Dutch
Prisoners have no contact with the outside world, escalating their worries
The air smells like a mixture of diesel and petrol smoke
The villages are quite dense and consist of clusters of cages surrounded by fences made of millet poles
Synonyms of Compounding
make worse, admixture, add to, increase, be made up of, amalgamation, exacerbate, synthesis, blend, mixture, consolidation, mix, fusion, composite, heighten, amalgam, augment, complex, combination, worsen, meld, be composed of, intensify, be constituted of, aggravate, be formed from, magnify
Meanings of Interest:
Creating curiosity or attention
The state of wanting to know or learn something or someone.
Amount that is paid at a fixed rate to be used for borrowing money permanently or for delay in repayment of loans.
The benefit or use of a person or group.
A company's process, act or action, especially of a financial nature.
A group or organization that has a particular common concern, especially in politics or business.
Sentences of Interest
I think Eric might be interested in the book.
He looks around with interest
Integration is not in the public interest
Voters must declare their interests
Code of National Interests in India, Brazil and Africa
Synonyms of Interest
stake, of benefit to, fascinate, attract, be attractive to, profits, equity, returns, scrutiny, intrigue, undivided attention, dividends, share, appeal to, heed, to the advantage of, for the sake of, for the benefit of, absorption, portion, investment, be of interest to, engrossment, stock, notice, regard, claim