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- adj. Pertaining to an increment.
- adj. Occurring over a series of gradual increments, or small steps.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to, or resulting from, the process of growth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or in the nature of increment or increase.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. increasing gradually by regular degrees or additions
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This is - I don't know if I use the word incremental, Gus, it's kind of a - it's not one that's been talked about actually.
Clini, both idealistic and pragmatic, believes this could happen through what he calls incremental "sectors 'agreements".
IRA owners need to examine what he calls the incremental effective income-tax rates, the alternative minimum tax (AMT), the new 3.8 percent Medicare surtax, and the estate-tax and post-mortem distribution issues.
Stanley's trademark transformational lean methodology combines traditional supply chain and manufacturing lean with back room and then combines what I call incremental lean which is what most people do with respect to lean, with an even more powerful application of lean to gain changing transformation of business models in order to create competitive advantage.
Chevrolet spokesman Terry Rhadigan says GM, which is reorganizing through bankruptcy, is discussing what he described as incremental cutbacks in support.
1 The term incremental is used to highlight the impact acquisitions had on the current year results, for which there was no comparable prior year data.
The bill calls the dedicated funds "incremental soccer tax revenues," but "incremental" is a pretty misleading word given the way that quantity is defined.
Those who want to go faster must see the value in incremental change and those who want to go back must see the risk of reversing course.
It appears as if Israel tried to deter the ships by lesser means (radio warnings/orders to turn away), and they escalated only in incremental proportion to the circumstances as they understood them.
By July, the Treasury said it had sold 2.6 billion of the 7.7 billion common shares it owned, in incremental sales usually amounting up to 10% of daily trading volume.