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It's a verb that means something, in terms of quantity, thus an amount of money for. has become bigger, higher, has been raised. For ex. 'today the cost of living in some countries has increased..and almost everywhere. For ex. a debt can increase in bank, for ex. a loan, two subsequent installments of which haven't been paid, then money corresponding to this debt has 'increased' thus more debt, to pay off has been accumulated, due accumulated interest on installments. We also say 'increased charges, increased expenses, or 'taxes have increased',

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