accretive

  • 1 accretive — ac*cre tive, a. Relating to accretion; increasing, or adding to, by growth. Glanvill. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 accretive — index coherent (joined) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 Accretive —    A company is described as being accretive if it achieves growth through internal expansion or acquisition. * * * accretive UK US /əˈkriːtɪv/ adjective FORMAL ► making the amount, level, or value of something gradually increase: accretive to… …

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  • 4 Accretive — The process of accretion, which is the growth or increase by gradual addition, in finance and general nomenclature. An acquisition is considered accretive if it adds to earnings per share. In corporate finance, accretive acquisitions of …

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  • 5 accretive — increasing increasing adj. 1. becoming greater or larger; as, increasing prices. [Narrower terms: {accretionary ; {augmenting, augmentative, building ; {expanding ; {flared, flaring ; {growing ; {incorporative ; {lengthening ; {maximizing ;… …

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  • 6 accretive — adjective see accretion …

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  • 7 accretive — See accretionary. * * * …

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  • 8 accretive — adjective /əˈkriːtɪv/ Relating to accretion; increasing, or adding to, by growth Glanvill …

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  • 9 accretive — adj. increased through slow accumulation, increased by joining together, grown together …

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  • 10 accretive — ac·cre·tive …

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  • 11 accretive — adjective growing by accretion • Similar to: ↑increasing • Derivationally related forms: ↑accrete …

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  • 12 Accretive Acquisition — An acquisition that will increase the acquiring company s earnings per share (EPS). These acquisitions tend to be favorable for the company s market price because the price paid by the acquiring firm is lower than the boost the new… …

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  • 13 accretion — accretive, accretionary, adj. /euh kree sheuhn/, n. 1. an increase by natural growth or by gradual external addition; growth in size or extent. 2. the result of this process. 3. an added part; addition: The last part of the legend is a later… …

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  • 14 Accretion (finance) — In finance, accretion is the change in the price of a bond bought at a discount to the par value of the bond [ [http://financial dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/accretion Accretion definition on the financial dictionary] ] .Accretion, in a… …

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  • 15 Singular integral — In mathematics, singular integrals are central to abstract harmonic analysis and are intimately connected with the study of partial differential equations. Broadly speaking a singular intetgral is an integral operator: T(f)(x) = int K(x,y)f(y) ,… …

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  • 16 accelerando — increasing increasing adj. 1. becoming greater or larger; as, increasing prices. [Narrower terms: {accretionary ; {augmenting, augmentative, building ; {expanding ; {flared, flaring ; {growing ; {incorporative ; {lengthening ; {maximizing ;… …

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  • 17 accretionary — increasing increasing adj. 1. becoming greater or larger; as, increasing prices. [Narrower terms: {accretionary ; {augmenting, augmentative, building ; {expanding ; {flared, flaring ; {growing ; {incorporative ; {lengthening ; {maximizing ;… …

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  • 18 augmenting augmentative building — increasing increasing adj. 1. becoming greater or larger; as, increasing prices. [Narrower terms: {accretionary ; {augmenting, augmentative, building ; {expanding ; {flared, flaring ; {growing ; {incorporative ; {lengthening ; {maximizing ;… …

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  • 19 crescendo — increasing increasing adj. 1. becoming greater or larger; as, increasing prices. [Narrower terms: {accretionary ; {augmenting, augmentative, building ; {expanding ; {flared, flaring ; {growing ; {incorporative ; {lengthening ; {maximizing ;… …

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  • 20 expanding — increasing increasing adj. 1. becoming greater or larger; as, increasing prices. [Narrower terms: {accretionary ; {augmenting, augmentative, building ; {expanding ; {flared, flaring ; {growing ; {incorporative ; {lengthening ; {maximizing ;… …

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