Definition of Accrete in English :

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Accrete meaning in English

Meaning of Accrete in English

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Accrete pronunciation in English

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Accrete

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1. accrete

grow together (of plants and organs)

Example Sentences:
'After many years the rose bushes grew together'

2. accrete

grow or become attached by accretion

Example Sentences:
'The story accreted emotion'

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Accrete

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verb
1. 
to grow or cause to grow together; be or become fused
2. 
to make or become bigger, as by addition

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Accrete

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verb intransitiveWord forms: acˈcreted or acˈcreting
1. 
to grow by being added to
2. 
to grow together; adhere
verb transitive
3. 
to cause to adhere or unite (to)
adjective
4.  Botany
grown together

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Accrete

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v. ac·cret·ed, ac·cret·ing, ac·cretes
v.tr.
To make larger or greater, as by increased growth.
v.intr.
1. To grow together; fuse.
2. To grow or increase gradually, as by addition.

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