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Detailed Translations for accretion from English to Spanish


accretion [the ~] noun

  1. the accretion (increase; rise; growth; addition)
    la crecida
  2. the accretion (attachment; fastening)
    la fijación; el empalme; la juntura

Translation Matrix for accretion:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
crecida accretion; addition; growth; increase; rise expansion; growth; increase; rise
empalme accretion; attachment; fastening addition; additive; alliance; association; bifurcation; brotherhood; combination; compound shape; connection; cross-connection; crossing; crossroads; crossways; division; extension; fork; fork of a road; header; hybrid; intermediate form; intersection; junction; liaison; linking; linking together; manifold; road junction; splitting; three forked road; union
fijación accretion; attachment; fastening affirmation; appointment; arrangement; ascertainment; assembly; attachment; composition; confirmation; decision; declaration; decree; definition; determination; establishment; facility; fastening; fixation; fixed idea; fixing; installation; measure; montage; obsession; placement; positioning; provision; securing; settlement; supply
juntura accretion; attachment; fastening addition; additive; alliance; association; ball-and-socket joint; branch; brigade; clubbing; coalition; combination; composition; connection; connector; department; detachment; division; extension; fellowship; hinge; hinge joint; joint; junction; liaison; ligature; linking; linking together; pact; seam; section; society; treaty; union; ward
- accumulation

Related Words for "accretion":

  • accretions

Synonyms for "accretion":

Related Definitions for "accretion":

  1. (law) an increase in a beneficiary's share in an estate (as when a co-beneficiary dies or fails to meet some condition or rejects the inheritance)1
  2. an increase by natural growth or addition1
  3. (geology) an increase in land resulting from alluvial deposits or waterborne sediment1
  4. (biology) growth by addition as by the adhesion of parts or particles1
  5. (astronomy) the formation of a celestial object by the effect of gravity pulling together surrounding objects and gases1
  6. something contributing to growth or increase1
    • he scraped away the accretions of paint1
    • the central city surrounded by recent accretions1

Wiktionary Translations for accretion:

  1. act of increasing by natural growth

Cross Translation:
accretion acrecentamiento; aumento; incremento; ampliación accroissementaction de croitre, de se développer.
accretion aumento; incremento; desarrollo développementaction de développer, de se développer ou résultat de cette action, au propre et au figuré.

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