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accumulator

noun ac·cu·mu·la·tor \ə-ˈkyü-m(y)ə-ˌlā-tər\

Definition of ACCUMULATOR

:  one that accumulates: as
a :  a device (as in a hydraulic system) in which a fluid is collected and especially in which it is kept under pressure as a means of storing energy
b British :  storage battery
c :  a part (as in a computer) where numbers are totaled or stored

First Known Use of ACCUMULATOR

1748

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