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superadd

(ˌsuːpərˈæd)
vb
(Mathematics) (tr) to add (something) to something that has already been added; add as extra
ˌsuperadˈdition n
ˌsuperadˈditional adj

superadd


Past participle: superadded
Gerund: superadding

Imperative
superadd
superadd
Present
I superadd
you superadd
he/she/it superadds
we superadd
you superadd
they superadd
Preterite
I superadded
you superadded
he/she/it superadded
we superadded
you superadded
they superadded
Present Continuous
I am superadding
you are superadding
he/she/it is superadding
we are superadding
you are superadding
they are superadding
Present Perfect
I have superadded
you have superadded
he/she/it has superadded
we have superadded
you have superadded
they have superadded
Past Continuous
I was superadding
you were superadding
he/she/it was superadding
we were superadding
you were superadding
they were superadding
Past Perfect
I had superadded
you had superadded
he/she/it had superadded
we had superadded
you had superadded
they had superadded
Future
I will superadd
you will superadd
he/she/it will superadd
we will superadd
you will superadd
they will superadd
Future Perfect
I will have superadded
you will have superadded
he/she/it will have superadded
we will have superadded
you will have superadded
they will have superadded
Future Continuous
I will be superadding
you will be superadding
he/she/it will be superadding
we will be superadding
you will be superadding
they will be superadding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been superadding
you have been superadding
he/she/it has been superadding
we have been superadding
you have been superadding
they have been superadding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been superadding
you will have been superadding
he/she/it will have been superadding
we will have been superadding
you will have been superadding
they will have been superadding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been superadding
you had been superadding
he/she/it had been superadding
we had been superadding
you had been superadding
they had been superadding
Conditional
I would superadd
you would superadd
he/she/it would superadd
we would superadd
you would superadd
they would superadd
Past Conditional
I would have superadded
you would have superadded
he/she/it would have superadded
we would have superadded
you would have superadded
they would have superadded
Translations

superadd

vt(noch) hinzufügen (to zu); to be superaddednoch dazukommen (to zu)
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Why the terms FREE INHABITANTS are used in one part of the article, FREE CITIZENS in another, and PEOPLE in another; or what was meant by superadding to "all privileges and immunities of free citizens," "all the privileges of trade and commerce," cannot easily be determined.
Ever since her last momentous conversation with her son, Mrs Nickleby had begun to display unusual care in the adornment of her person, gradually superadding to those staid and matronly habiliments, which had, up to that time, formed her ordinary attire, a variety of embellishments and decorations, slight perhaps in themselves, but, taken together, and considered with reference to the subject of her disclosure, of no mean importance.
According to Rush, "a new commercial era is begun, of which this hemisphere is to be the principal scene." He argued that "by this intercourse we may hope to see multiplied the commercial and pecuniary ties which it is fit should grow up and be cherished throughout the whole federal family, superadding themselves to all other ties, and harmonizing and compacting the elements of a great empire." (30)
God gave us REASON, and with reason, reflective SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS; gave us PRINCIPLES, distinguished from the maxims and generalizations of outward experience by their absolute and essential universality and necessity; and above all, by superadding to reason the mysterious faculty of free-will and consequent personal amenability, he gave us CONSCIENCE--that law of conscience, which in the power, and as the indwelling WORD, of an holy and omnipotent legislator commands us ...
Beginning with a Neoplatonic construal of the diverse natures of things according to diverse degrees of being (diversi gradus entitatis), he contrasts the determination of a being that results from the superadding of a nature with a determination of it according to modes that express something about the being itself (modi ipsius entis).
In or about 1769, Samuel Johnson was heard to say, "A man who is converted from Protestantism to Popery may be sincere; he parts with nothing; he is only superadding to what he already had.