Definition of Increment:
Cause a discrete increase in (a numerical quantity).
An increase in quantity or size; commonly used to refer to the development of large subdivisions in phases.
An increase or addition, especially one of a series on a fixed scale.
Synonyms of Increment
Access, Accession, Accessory, Accompaniment, Accretion, Accrual, Accruement, Accumulation, Addenda, Addendum, Additament, Addition, Additive, Additory, Additum, Adjunct, Adjuvant, Advance, Aggrandizement, Amplification, Annex, Annexation, Appanage, Appendage, Appendant, Appreciation, Appurtenance, Appurtenant, Ascent, Attachment, Augment, Augmentation, Ballooning, Bloating, Boom, Boost, Broadening, Buildup, Coda, Complement, Concomitant, Continuation, Corollary, Crescendo, Development, Edema, Elevation, Enlargement, Expansion, Extension, Extrapolation, Fixture, Flood, Gain, Greatening, Growth, Gush, Hike, Increase, Inflation, Jump, Leap, Mounting, Multiplication, Offshoot, Pendant, Productiveness, Proliferation, Raise, Reinforcement, Rise, Side effect, Side issue, Snowballing, Spread, Supplement, Surge, Swelling, Tailpiece, Tumescence, Undergirding, Up, Upping, Upsurge, Upswing, Uptrend, Upturn, Waxing, Widening, Increase, Addition, Gain, Augmentation, Step up, Supplement, Addendum, Adjunct, Accretion, Accrual
How to use Increment in a sentence?
- The inmates pay can escalate in five-cent increments to a maximum of 90 cents an hour.
- The average person would think Intel would just increment the family code.
Meaning of Increment & Increment Definition