Definitions for "Accumulate"
To heap up in a mass; to pile up; to collect or bring together; to amass; as, to accumulate a sum of money.
Collected; accumulated.
("Ho'ahu) To collect; amass.
Broker/analyst recommendation that could mean slightly different things depending on the broker/analyst. In general, it means to increase the number of shares of a particular security over the near term, but not to liquidate other parts of the portfolio to buy a security that might skyrocket. A buy recommendation, but not an urgent buy.
It refers to buying often coincident with market bottoms or consolidations. It can also refer to purchases by insiders or major investors on a large scale over a period of time. Such accumulation may also indicate the first phase of a bull market. While most investors are discouraged with the market, and earnings are at their worst, some investors start buying shares.
Keywords:  comet
Make a Comet
Keywords:  linger, twenty, bloodstream, add, bones
Small amounts of lead accumulate, or add up, over time, resulting in major problems. Lead can linger in the bloodstream for twenty days and in the bones for twenty years.
Keywords:  abo, dividend, obligation, benefit
Accumulated Benefit Obligation (ABO) Accumulated dividend
To grow or increase in quantity or number; to increase greatly.
to grow by way of regular additions (e.g. accumulated debts).
Increase, build up
An operating parameter setting that allows the reader to store scanned labels in a buffer until a transmit command is entered.
to temporarily store hazardous waste at your place of business for a limited amount of time (180 days if you typically generate between 220 and 2200 pounds of waste per month, 90 days if you generate more).
Acting in concert Active fund management
Built up matter, energy or information in a system.