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  • Adding it to the beginning of one word changes it into another word.
  • She continued to write during her service, adding scenes from court life to her work.
  • This required adding a third tank, so that no tank would go below half full.
  • Values in the range are obtained by adding if the value is negative.
  • The government hopes that adding more local content to the internet will increase usage.
  • The total energy of a system can be calculated by adding up all forms of energy in the system.
  • During this time, the company considered adding copy protection to the program, but ultimately decided against it.
  • Such systems can be easily upgraded by adding new rules to improve performance or add new features.
  • There has also been interest in adding a team in Quebec City.
  • This method takes advantage of the other party's desire to close by adding "just one more thing."
  • The feed system must be custom-designed for each application, adding to the complete weapon.
  • Negative numbers are formed by adding before the number.
  • He was, as the fourth elected governor, in favor of adding more powers to the commonwealth status.
  • He was always adding to it; you only have to look at his proofs to see that.
  • Most development often goes into adding new interfaces to a legacy system.
  • Adding new hooks can sometimes provide what's necessary to replace advice.
  • Adding a column in the parent table will cause that column to appear in the child table.
  • Since sixteen characters were not enough Laurer tried adding one unit to the character set.
  • Water taxis transport passengers within the district, adding color and activity along the canal.
  • Adding to its problems is the recent death of the king, whose heir is only an infant.
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Root form of adding is add for the verb.

Words starting with adding

Synonyms of adding

Meaning of adding

  • 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