add

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  • Let no man add to these, neither let him take out from these.
  • These three operations are repeated until no new states can be added to the set.
  • Many of his works also contain letters and words added to the painting.
  • Adding it to the beginning of one word changes it into another word.
  • Additional hours of sleep do not add to the initial level of performance.
  • F was never finished, and so no music was ever added.
  • If we add that rule and ask what things are animals?
  • Next, as more red is added the majority will say that a match has been achieved.
  • This beach town has many different factors to add to the night life.
  • He also added members of his family to the royal household.
  • Concrete was added on top to build the surface up level with the road.
  • By October, another vessel had been captured and added to the small fleet.
  • She continued to write during her service, adding scenes from court life to her work.
  • B and D-models add a second seat behind the pilot for training.
  • If you would like to add a new name please consider writing about the artist first.
  • In this way, the content of such written works was constantly added to and built upon.
  • This would come in the form of an add-on.
  • To this one further note must be added.
  • Place in a small pan and add one-half cup of water. Cited from Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book, by Mary A. Wilson
  • Thirty such days add up to their one month.
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Meaning of add

  • verb Make an addition (to); join or combine or unite with others; increase the quality, quantity, size or scope of
    We added two students to that dorm room, She added a personal note to her letter, Add insult to injury, Add some extra plates to the dinner table
  • verb State or say further
    `It doesn't matter,' he supplied
  • verb Make an addition by combining numbers
    Add 27 and 49, please!
  • verb Constitute an addition
    This paper will add to her reputation