On the other hand, indicators of a person's accumulated knowledge—like performance on tests of vocabulary and general knowledge—kept improving with age, according to findings published in the journal Neurobiology of Aging.
But an accumulating body of research indicates that some distinctions between one type of elder care and another have little real bearing on how well residents do.
The Big Three American carmakers need restructuring to survive because they cannot cope with the ruinous costs accumulated over the post-war years.
they have borrowed too heavily and accumulated too large amounts of debt
they cannot cope with the ruinous costs accumulated over the post-war years.
my IDP walks her or him through the process of setting short-term goals directed toward accumulating new skills and experiences important for that career choice.
prevent students from accumulating knowledge
They practically beg a user to ignore the long-suffering professor struggling to pass on accumulated wisdom from the front of the room - a prospect that teachers find most irritating and students view as, well, inevitable.
When you accumulate things or when they accumulate, they collect or are gathered over a period of time.