increase

increase
1. n
1) рост, увеличение
2) прирост; надбавка

- across-the-board price increase
- across-the-board tariff increase
- actual increase
- additional increase
- annual increase
- average increase
- capital increase
- continuous increase
- cost increase
- cost-of-living increase
- dividend increase
- exorbitantincrease
- flat increase
- general price increase
- interest rate increase
- inventory increases
- limited increase
- merit increase
- natural increase
- one-off increase
- overall increase
- overall percentage increase
- pay increase
- percentage increase
- permitted increase
- population increase
- price increase
- rate increase
- rated increase
- seasonal price increase
- sharp increase
- single increase
- steady increase
- substantial increase
- tax increase
- top increase
- value-added increase
- wage increase
- weight increase
- year-over-year increase
- year-over-year quarterly increase in revenue
- increase in arrears
- increase in assets
- increase in bank lending
- increase in the bank rate
- increase in borrowing
- increase in business activity
- increase in capacity
- increase in capital investments
- increase in charges
- increase in the cost
- increase in costs
- increase in demand
- increase in deposits
- increase in the discount rate
- increase in duties
- increase in earnings
- increase in effective demand
- increase in efficiency
- increase in employment
- increase in exchange rate
- increase in expenses
- increase in global prices
- increase in imports
- increase in interest rates
- increase in inventory holdings
- increase in investments
- increase in issue
- increase in labour productivity
- increase in liabilities
- increase in manpower
- increase in the national income
- increase in nonpayments
- increase in output
- increase in pay
- increase in performance
- increase in population
- increase in prices
- increase in production
- increase in productivity
- increase in profitability
- increase in profits
- increase in the rate
- increase in rates
- increase in receipts
- increase in revenues
- increase in salary
- increase in the sale of shares
- increase in stocks
- increase in tariff
- increase in taxes
- increase in trade
- increase in traffic
- increase in turnover
- increase in value
- increase in the volume of trade
- increase in wages
- increase in the wages fund
- increase in weight
- increase in world prices
- increase of the amount of credit
- increase of banking credit
- increase of a bid
- increase of capital
- increase of capital stock
- increase of consumption
- increase of correspondent account balances
- increase of dividends
- increase of excise duties
- increase of exports
- increase of funds
- increase of hazard
- increase of imports
- increase of incomes
- increase of interest
- increase of liquid funds
- increase of money supply
- increase of premium
- increase of production capacities
- increase of purchasing power
- increase of a quota
- increase of receipts
- increase of rent
- increase of risk
- increase of salary
- increase of sales
- increase of stock
- increase of tariff rates
- increase in taxes
- increase of the tax burden
- increase of wages
- increase of yield
- absorb a price increase
- be on the increase
- get an increase in pay
- show an increase
2. v
1) увеличивать
2) увеличиваться, возрастать

- increase the price
- increase in size
- increase in value

English-russian dctionary of contemporary Economics. 2014.

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