[in-si-den-tl] /ˌɪn sɪˈdɛn tl/
happening or likely to happen in an unplanned or subordinate conjunction with something else.
incurred casually and in addition to the regular or main amount:
likely to happen or naturally appertaining (usually followed by to).
something incidental, as a circumstance.
incidentals, minor expenses.
happening in connection with or resulting from something more important; casual or fortuitous
(postpositive) foll by to. found in connection (with); related (to)
(postpositive) foll by upon. caused (by)
occasional or minor: incidental expenses
(often pl) an incidental or minor expense, event, or action
“casual, occasional,” 1610s, from Medieval Latin incidentalis, from incidens (see incident (n.)). Incidentals (n.) “‘occasional’ expenses, etc.,” is attested by 1707.
[in-kloo-zhuh n] /ɪnˈklu ʒən/ noun 1. the act of . 2. the state of being . 3. something that is . 4. Biology. a body suspended in the cytoplasm, as a granule. 5. Mineralogy. a solid body or a body of gas or liquid enclosed within the mass of a mineral. 6. Petrography. . 7. […]
[in-kawr-puh-rey-tid] /ɪnˈkɔr pəˌreɪ tɪd/ adjective 1. formed or constituted as a legal corporation. 2. combined in one body; made part of. /ɪnˈkɔːpəˌreɪtɪd/ adjective 1. united or combined into a whole 2. organized as a legal corporation, esp in commerce Abbreviation Inc, inc
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