ETYM Latin, from addere to add.
(Irregular plural: addenda).
Textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end; SYN. supplement, postscript.
Something added; appendix.
(Latin) Something to be added, usually in writing, which qualifies a foregoing thesis or statement.
ETYM French addition, Latin additio, from addere to add.
1. A component that is added to something to improve it; SYN. improver.
2. A quantity that is added; SYN. increase, gain.
3. A suburban area laid out in streets and lots for a future residential area.
4. The act of adding one thing to another.
In arithmetic, the operation of combining two numbers to form a sum; thus, 7 + 4 = 11. It is one of the four basic operations of arithmetic (the others are subtraction, multiplication, and division).
1. A person who is subordinate to another.
2. Something added to another thing but not an essential part of it.
3. An addition that is not essential.
4. A construction that can be used to extend the meaning of a word or phrase but is not one of the main constituents of a sentence
ETYM French amendement, Late Lat. amendamentum.
1. A statement that is added to or revises or improves a proposal or document (a bill or constitution etc.).
2. The act of amending.
ETYM French annexe, Latin annexus, neut. annexum, p. p. of annectere.
An addition that extends a main building; SYN. annexe, extension, wing.
Something annexed as an expansion or supplement: as an added stipulation or statement; appendix; a subsidiary or supplementary building or structure; wing.
Annexation, addition, appending, attachment; act of annexing
Sinonimi: full complement
ETYM Latin complementun: cf. French complément. Related to Complete, Compliment.
1. Either of two parts that mutually complete each other.
2. Something added to complete or make perfect.
3. A word or phrase used to complete a grammatical construction.
4. A complete number or quantity.
5. Number needed to make up whole force; SYN. full complement.
6. One of a series of enzymes in the blood serum that are part of the immune response.
7. Full number or amount; addition that makes up full number; one of two equal things that complete each other; Grammar, addition to complete a predicate.
1. A clause that is appended to a legislative bill.
2. A traveler who rides (as on a horse or bicycle).