from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or process of adding, especially the process of computing with sets of numbers so as to find their sum.
- n. Something added, such as a room or section appended to a building.
- idiom in addition Also; as well.
- idiom in addition to Over and above; besides.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of adding anything.
- n. Anything that is added.
- n. The arithmetic operation of adding.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of adding two or more things together; -- opposed to
- n. Anything added; increase; augmentation.
- n. That part of arithmetic which treats of adding numbers.
- n. A dot at the right side of a note as an indication that its sound is to be lengthened one half.
- n. A title annexed to a man's name, to identify him more precisely.; Richard Roe, Gent.; Robert Dale, Mason; Thomas Way, of New York; a mark of distinction; a title.
- n. Something added to a coat of arms, as a mark of honor; -- opposed to
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of adding or uniting, especially so that the parts remain independent of one another: opposed to subtraction or diminution: as, a sum is increased by addition; to increase a heap by the addition of more.
- n. The result of adding; anything added, whether material or immaterial.
- n. Specifically— In law, a title or designation annexed to a man's name to show his rank, occupation, or place of residence: as, John Doe, Esq.; Richard Roe, Gent.; Robert Dale, Mason; Thomas Way, of Boston, Hence—
- n. An epithet or any added designation or description: a use frequent in Shakspere, but now obsolete.
- n. In music, a dot at the side of a note indicating that its sound is to be lengthened one half.
- n. In heraldry, same as augmentation.
- n. In distilling, anything added to the wash or liquor when in a state of fermentation.
- n. Superaddition, appendage, adjunct, increase, increment, extension, enlargement, augmentation.
- To furnish with an addition, or a designation additional to one's name.
- To combine; add together.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a quantity that is added
- n. a suburban area laid out in streets and lots for a future residential area
- n. a component that is added to something to improve it
- n. the act of adding one thing to another
- n. something added to what you already have
- n. the arithmetic operation of summing; calculating the sum of two or more numbers
Here, in addition, is an index to those houses, with special notes of my own to every house.
She has been well cautioned, and, in addition, is not the sort of person who would assist a young lady in carrying on a clandestine correspondence.
June 25th, 2009 3: 54 pm ET the only thing that will convince Americans to change their addition is their pocket – I love the times when gallon was $5.00 at the pump
This addition is an improvement because these factors are obviously appropriate criteria for measuring the performance of a broker in making a recommendation.
While experience search marketers will prefer to manage their ads on a more micro level, this addition is a great option for those who have limited time and money to actively manage their AdWords campaign.
A label addition citing potential suicide risks could affect Pfizer more than other companies, because its drug Lyrica is a relatively new launch and brought in $1.8 billion in sales last year.
Another addition is a “Top Stories” and “RSS & Podcasts” subscription box at the bottom of each article.
Thus, through the process of what we call addition by less subtraction, the deductions from real GDP figure to be significantly smaller in Q2 than was the case in Q1.
i understand i need to certify it to purchase it off the lease. in addition, is the extended maintainance a 2 year or 3 year contract? thank you
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