[in-kuh m-buhs-tuh-buh l] /ˌɪn kəmˈbʌs tə bəl/
not combustible; incapable of being burned; fireproof.
an incombustible substance.
not capable of being burnt; fireproof
an incombustible object or material
late 15c., from Old French incombustible (14c.) or directly from Medieval Latin incombustibilis; see in- (1) + combustible.
[in-kuhm] /ˈɪn kʌm/ noun 1. the monetary payment received for goods or services, or from other sources, as rents or investments. 2. something that comes in as an addition or increase, especially by chance. 3. Archaic. a coming in. /ˈɪnkʌm; ˈɪnkəm/ noun 1. the amount of monetary or other returns, either earned or unearned, accruing […]
noun 1. an account maintained for a particular item of revenue or income. 2. Also called profit and loss account. a summary account for income and expenditures, used in closing the ledger.
noun 1. a bond without a guaranteed amount of interest payment, such payment being usually made only out of earnings. noun 1. a bond that pays interest at a rate in direct proportion to the issuer’s earnings
- Income distribution
The way national income is divided among households in the economy.