Meaning and Definition of Accumulation | Its importance

Definition of Accumulation

The accumulation is the action and the effect to accumulate. The term comes from the word latin accumulatio and is related to the verb "accumulate" (cram something).
Examples: "the accumulation of waste have left a foul odor in the streets of downtown", "Cannot justify the accumulation of wealth in a few hands while we are very likely to work hard for the progress of the country", "I suggest you to do away with the accumulation of old magazines: soon, we will more room to keep clothes.
It is possible to accumulate all sorts of objects. A collector collects what excites him and allowing him to develop his collection. The collector of empty beer bottles so accumulate these containers, while that of cigarette packages will devote itself to build up this kind of boxes.
The accumulation may be temporary or permanent. In the case of collections, the idea is that the accumulation is permanent, since the value of the work lies in the maintenance and expansion of the accumulation. However, the wastes accumulate in the street are the result of a temporary buildup.
In particular, the accumulation may be symbolic. A person can accumulate pending tasks: ironing of clothes, go to the market, go to the doctor, etc. These tasks will accumulate among its obligations to perform until she truly realized.
Means Diogenes one syndrome disorder behavior that affects the elderly living alone. This disorder is characterized by the accumulation of waste or large amounts of money, motivated by a voluntary social isolation and personal neglect.
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