- yn gynyddol
Adverb(1) advancing in amount or intensity
(1) it became increasingly apparent that a solution wouldn't be found(2) an increasingly difficult situation(3) increasingly, young graduates are emigrating(4) increasingly, attention is paid to health(5) Insurance companies are increasingly offering their products directly to the consumer.(6) Departments in my own university are increasingly embracing distance teaching.(7) What we are likely to see is a wider variety of handsets built to address an increasingly segmented market.(8) it's increasingly difficult to find work(9) Now, the trend is toward increasingly specialized journals focusing on specific themes.(10) There are good reasons to reform the alternative minimum tax, which increasingly pummels the middle class.(11) mobile devices are becoming increasingly popular(12) Mayor Mike has become increasingly comfortable snuggling up to sleazy corporate benefactors.(13) Youth especially faced an increasingly precarious existence, with many dependent only on temporary or part-time jobs.(14) Otherwise, reducing budget deficits will become increasingly more difficult.(15) increasingly, students are using the internet(16) Lincoln became closely involved with the increasingly volatile political situation.
1. more and more ::
mwy a mwy
3. to an increasing extent ::
i raddau cynyddol
4. ever more ::
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