The action of increasing or becoming greater. (noun)
The waxing of the moon. (noun)
The amount of increase. (noun)
To increase by steps or by a step, especially by one. (verb)
Examples of word increment
However, if we look at a person's lifestyle choices in increment values, increased precaution that may delay or prevent doctor visits (doctor visits that are mainly picked up by a third party), rather than premature death or a delibetating illness, the incentive to take care of oneself will be less if the true cost of health care is not completely realized by the patient.
Breaking down costs to the smallest possible time increment is a financial trick used by not only government, but corporations.
(The increment is to ensure the price moves up in quanta larger than a penny.)
We bump it up by another 5% after five years so that the Y6 increment is 15% - then by Y10 they're up to 291% of base
We bump it up by another 5% after five years so that the Y6 increment is 15% - then by Y10 they're up to 291% of base Grade 12 (K-12), I see the definition as: