Associations to the word «Cumulative»

Wiktionary

CUMULATIVE, adjective. Incorporating all current and previous data up to the present or at the time of measuring or collating
CUMULATIVE, adjective. That is formed by an accumulation of successive additions
CUMULATIVE, adjective. That tends to accumulate
CUMULATIVE, adjective. (finance) Having priority rights to receive a dividend that accrue until paid
CUMULATIVE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION, noun. A function which at each point t of the sample space has as its value the probability that a given random variable is less than (or equal) t. In symbols, \(F_X(t) = \mathrm{Pr}(X \le t)\).
CUMULATIVE EFFECT, noun. The state in which a series of repeated actions have an effect greater than the sum of their individual effects; noted especially in the repeated administration of drugs
CUMULATIVE VOTING, noun. A voting system based on voters awarding their allocation of points to candidates.

Dictionary definition

CUMULATIVE, adjective. Increasing by successive addition; "the benefits are cumulative"; "the eventual accumulative effect of these substances".

Wise words

A kind word warms a man throughout three winters.
Turkish Proverb