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add

 (ăd)
v. add·ed, add·ing, adds
v.tr.
1. To join or combine (numbers) through addition: If you add 5 and 10 and 17, the result is 32. If you add 6 to 8, you get 14.
2. To join or unite so as to increase in size, quantity, quality, or scope: added 12 inches to the deck; flowers that added beauty to the dinner table.
3. To say or write further.
v.intr.
1. To find a sum in arithmetic.
2.
a. To constitute an addition: an exploit that will add to her reputation.
b. To create or make an addition: gradually added to my meager savings.
Phrasal Verb:
add up
1. To be reasonable, plausible, or consistent; make sense: The witness's testimony simply did not add up.
2. To amount to an expected total: a bill that didn't add up.
3. To formulate an opinion of: added up the other competitors in one glance.
Idiom:
add up to
To constitute; amount to: The revisions added up to a lot of work.

[Middle English adden, from Latin addere : ad-, ad- + dare, to give; see dō- in Indo-European roots.]

add′a·ble, add′i·ble adj.

ADD

abbr.
attention deficit disorder

added

(ˈædɪd)
adj
1. having more of a particular quality
2. containing more of a particular ingredient
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:

added

adjective extra, more, other, further, fresh, additional, supplementary, auxiliary, add-on, supplemental, ancillary For added protection, choose moisturising lipsticks with sunscreen.

added

adjective
Being an addition:
Translations

added

[ˈædɪd]
A. ADJañadido, adicional
with added emphasiscon mayor énfasis, con más énfasis aún
it's an added problemes un problema más
added to whichy además ..., por si fuera poco ...
B. CPD added value Nvalor m añadido

added

[ˈædɪd] adj
(= extra) [advantage, benefit, convenience, comfort, protection] → supplémentaire
an added bonus → un avantage supplémentaire
an added incentive → une incitation supplémentaire
(to food) [sugar, vitamins] → ajouté(e)
"added ingredients" (on food packaging)"adjonction d'ingrédients"added time n (SPORT)temps m additionneladded value n (COMMERCE)valeur f ajoutée

added

adj attrzusätzlich; added valueMehrwert m
References in classic literature ?
In fact, if by new, newly made is to be understood, the chapters added to this edition are not new.
The shade of newly awakened interest in her face, and the curve of her lips as she spoke, added to her charm.
and Phebe's face shone at the mere idea; but fell again as she added wistfully, "Only I'm afraid I ought not to let you do it, Miss Rose.
That is capital," added her sister, and they both laughed heartily.
As the Bellman would tell you," he added with pride, "I have uttered that sentiment once.
You spoil her, Ilya," she added, turning to her husband.
Yet had Knuckle- Bone forgotten that all the men of us had added our strength to keep the law among us, and him we killed, at the foot of his tree, and hung his body on a branch as a warning that the law was stronger than any man.
As the light of that overwhelming discovery broke on her mind, the old strife was renewed; and Good and Evil struggled once more which should win her -- but with added forces this time; with the new spirit that had been breathed into her new life; with the nobler sense that had grown with the growth of her gratitude to the man who had saved her, fighting on the better side.
You know that Alice means our thanks and our blessings," added the graver and more thoughtful Cora.
That's a fine specimen of blow gun though," he added, seeing one hanging on the wall.
If, then, the mind is a more valuable part of man than the body, every one would wish to have those things more regarded in his city which tend to the advantage of these than common matters, such are war and justice; to which may be added council, which is the business of civil wisdom (nor is it of any consequence whether these different employments are filled by different persons or one, as the same man is oftentimes both a soldier and a husbandman): so that if both the judge and the senator are parts of the city, it necessarily follows that the soldier must be so also.
They are the prawns of the air," said Joe, who added that he was sorry that he had never had the chance to taste them--just for information's sake!