There are 2 translations of increase in Spanish:

increase1

vi

/ɪnˈkriːs/

vt

/ɪnˈkriːs/
  • [number/size] aumentar; [prices] aumentar, subir; [trade/output] aumentar, incrementar [formal]; [wealth/knowledge] aumentar, acrecentar*; [noise/difficulty/pain/joy] aumentar we are increasing our efforts to find them estamos multiplicando or redoblando nuestros esfuerzos para encontrarlos it will increase your chances te dará más posibilidades with increased efficiency con mayor eficiencia his increased popularity is due in part to … su mayor popularidad se debe en parte a …

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There are 2 translations of increase in Spanish:

increase2

n

uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable /ˈɪnkriːs/
  • 1.1 aumento (m), incremento (m) [formal] a rent/price increase un aumento del alquiler/precio an increase of 30% in the number of applicants un aumento del 30% en el número de candidatos to be on the increase estar* en aumento, ir* en aumento drug-taking is still on the increase el consumo de drogas sigue en aumento 1.2 (rise in pay) aumento (masculine)
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    • No money was available to cover pay rises, and if increases were given jobs could be lost.
    • The union has asked for the increase to counter the rise in council tax and house prices in the city.
    • This scenario would probably give rise to gradual increases in geothermal gradient.

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The variety of catalán spoken in the Balearic Islands is called mallorquín. Some people regard it as a separate language from Catalan, which enjoys official status, but it is not officially recognized as such.