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Mandarin Chinese
I think you could say "something rises with increments", but could you say "in crements"? Is the collocation right?

People would be attracted to mortgages they thought were simple and fixed rate, only to discover just at the point of signing the paperwork that the fine print meant the rate would rise in steady increments of $100 per month.
  • Hi, mgarizona! Do you think you could say "in increments of" if it means incrementally? What's the difference between "with increments" and "in increments"?
    Yes, 'would rise in increments of $100' per month = 'would ride incrementally $100 per month'

    For 'with increments' I can only imagine 'a rate with incremental increases of $100 per month' ...

    (... but finance questions are not my forte, sorry.)