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French-English translation for: increase
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Dictionary French English: increase

Translation 1 - 38 of 38

NOUN   an increase | increases
VERB  to increase | increased | increased ... 
SYNO   increase | increment | step-up ... 
accroître qc.
to increase sth.
augmenter (qc.)
to increase (sth.)
to increase
croître [augmenter]to increase
se creuserto increase
se multiplier [difficultés, obstacles]to increase
démultiplier qc. [capacité, pouvoirs]to increase sth.
grossir qc. [effectifs]to increase sth.
majorer qc.to increase sth.
multiplier qc. [risques, chances, gains]to increase sth.
occup. regonfler qc. [fig.] [fam.] [effectifs]to increase sth.
fin. revaloriser qc. [salaire, pension]to increase sth.
accroissement {m}increase
augmentation {f}increase
fin. gonflement {m} [de budget]increase
fin. majoration {f} [des prix]increase
fin. montée {f} [de coûts, frais]increase
progression {f} [augmentation]increase
remontée {f} [de violence, d'incidents]increase
renchérissement {m}increase
renforcement {m} [d'activité]increase
revalorisation {f}increase
surcroît {m} [supplément]increase
2 Words: Verbs
décupler (qc.)to increase (sth.) tenfold
2 Words: Nouns
accroissement {m} de qc.increase in sth.
fin. renchérissement {m}price increase
3 Words: Verbs
s'accroîtreto increase (in value) [population, assets etc.]
tech. monter en puissance [moteur]to increase in power
ind. minér. augmenter la production de pétroleto increase oil production
4 Words: Verbs
se multiplier [incidents, arrestations]to be on the increase
être en accroissementto be on the increase
multiplier les pressions sur qn./qc.to increase (the) pressure on sb./sth.
augmenter proportionnellement à qc.to increase in line with sth.
fin. relever les salaires de 3 %to increase salaries by 3%
multiplier qc. [trains, accidents]to increase the number of sth.
écon. revaloriser qc. [monnaie]to increase the value of sth.
5+ Words: Verbs
pol. sociol. sensibiliser le public à un problèmeto increase public awareness of an issue
5+ Words: Nouns
accroissement {m} de 5 % par anincrease of 5% per annum
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