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active / energetic / vigorous / positive (outlook) / proactive
to accumulate / accumulation / cumulative / cumulatively
area (of a floor, piece of land etc) / surface area / tract of land
volume / bulk / CL: 個|个
to pile up / to heap / accumulation
integral (calculus) / accumulated points (in sports, at school etc) / total credits earned by student / bonus points in a benefit scheme
table of scores (in exams or sports league)
official reserves / accumulated fund
  *积* | 积* | *积
to amass / to accumulate / to store / measured quantity (such as area of volume) / product (the result of multiplication) / to integrate (math.) / to solve (or integrate) an ordinary differential equation (math.) / old / long-standing
to accumulate
zeal / initiative / enthusiasm / activity
enthusiast / (political) activist
toy building blocks
floor area / occupied area / footprint (of a building, piece of equipment etc)
to collect water / to be covered with water / to pond / accumulated water / ponding
sediment / deposit / sedimentation (geology)
large area / (fig.) (of a problem) (occurring) on a massive scale
volume / capacity
to save / to put aside / savings
product (result of multiplication)
snow / snow cover / snow mantle
to save bit by bit / to accumulate
to coalesce / to gather together / to amass
to accumulate over a long period of time
indefinite integral (math.)
calculus / differentiation and integration / calculus of infinitesimals and integrals 積|积
lit. to have accumulated knowledge and deliver it slowly (idiom) / good preparation is the key to success / to be well prepared
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), founded in 1987 (abbreviated name)
to pile up / to accumulate without being dealt with
deposits accumulated over long periods / fig. valuable experience, accumulated wisdom
to accumulate / to store up
scalar product (of vectors)
dot product (math.)
unit of volume
to accumulate merit / to do good / to give to charity / virtuous actions
to plot actively (idiom) / scheming / calculating
(of food) to retain in stomach due to indigestion (TCM)
Maiji district of Tianshui city 天水市, Gansu
infinitesimal calculus / calculus
sediment / deposit
to accumulate / to collect / to build up
to stock up / to lay in supplies / to hoard (for speculation) / to corner the market in sth
long pending case
inner product / the dot product of two vectors
Maiji district of Tianshui city 天水市, Gansu
ingrained habits are hard to overcome (idiom); bad old practices die hard
to stockpile
integral transform (math.)
Many little things add up to sth great. / Many little drops make an ocean. (idiom)
integral calculus
exterior product / the cross product of two vectors
to silt up / silt / sediment / ooze / slurry
to alluviate / alluviation / alluvial
active response / energetic response
fundamental theorem of calculus
integral equation (math.)
sedimentary rock (geology)
to pile up like a mountain (idiom) / a mountain of (paperwork etc) / a large number of sth
to accumulate over time
deposit / alluvium (shallow water sediment)
direct product (in set theory)
to stockpile
grievance / accumulated rancor
for a long time / over many years / old / advanced in age
volume (of timber)
ice accretion
Mt Maiji Caves at Tianshui 天水, Gansu
cumulative weakness / to decline (over time) / degeneration
land area
old habit (usually bad) / inbred custom / deep-rooted practice
alluvial plain
cumulus / heap cloud
permanent snow cover
pent-up frustrations / sth that has accumulated in one's mind for a long time
sedimentation (geology)
to play with stacking blocks
lit. piling up dirt eventually creates a mountain (idiom) / fig. success is the cumulation of lots of small actions
cumulonimbus (cloud)
deeply accumulated filth
accumulated evil
vector product (of vectors)
volumetric efficiency (engine technology)
age-old (malpractice) / long established (corrupt practices) / deeply rooted (superstition)
to accumulate work causes sickness (idiom); to fall ill from constant overwork
cross product (of vectors)
old habits are hard to change (idiom)
to coalesce / to accumulate
constant of integration (math.)
cumulative dose
to accumulate tiny quantities (idiom)
integrated circuit (Tw)
to accumulate gold and jewels (idiom); prosperous
to accumulate manure / to lay down compost
oceanic sediment (geology)
alluvial deposit / alluvium

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