Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
It is the business of the scientist to accumulate knowledge about the universe and all that is in it, and to find, if he is able, common factors which underlie and account for the facts that he knows.
What is the moral of this fable? If you want to accumulate enduring wealth, do not lend to grasshoppers.
Jason: No, I just want to accumulate some useful experience there.
All of these are based around one simple fact: to pay off debt, or to save money, or to accumulate wealth, you must spend less than you earn.
But unlike China, he will spend money too liberally to accumulate much wealth.
It has also allowed China to accumulate $2.5 trillion in foreign reserves — and become the most significant foreign creditor for the U .S. and its ballooning debts.
The prevailing currents cause flotsam from around the world to accumulate in a vast becalmed patch of ocean.
When this eventually began to accumulate in atmosphere, 2.5 billion years ago, it cooled the planet and killed some life forms.
Dr Papadopoulos cited the example of the computer game Miss Bimbo, where the aim of the game is to accumulate boob jobs and marry a billionaire.
Not only can abandon, still can increase with time, to accumulate.