augment

All Verb Noun
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  • These are to be augmented and eventually replaced by an entirely new class.
  • Units that had drawn down were replaced or augmented back to full strength.
  • This last activity however reduced rather than augmented the scientific value of the original material.
  • Her books have been noted for their ability to augment girls' interest in history.
  • The role of reserve units changed to training individual soldiers to augment the regular force.
  • These awards are used to provide direct assistance to students to support and augment their studies.
  • These would likely have augmented US close air support units over Japan.
  • On the whole he succeeded not only in holding his own, but in augmenting his power. Cited from The Age of the Reformation, by Preserved Smith
  • Each character has a number of skills to augment his or her combat potential.
  • The bottom two notes make up an augmented fourth; the upper two make up a perfect fourth.
  • Poland is augmenting its army from twenty to an hundred thousand men. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 2 (of 4), ed. by T. J. Randolph
  • In addition, other data sources may be added to augment the website behavior data described above.
  • Infocomm will augment high value-added activities such as research and product development.
  • And the council assumed the power of augmenting the tax upon each parish. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. I, Part B, by David Hume
  • Many students augment their public school education by attending private specialized schools after the public school day is complete.
  • They can also be used to form new units and formations to augment the regular army.
  • He drafted a new constitution, which would have augmented his personal power.
  • These are augmented by two locally engaged Special Members who have police powers.
  • In later years other food processing operations augmented the local economy.
  • The project is about augmenting public spaces via the use of art.
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Meaning of augment

  • verb Enlarge or increase
    The recent speech of the president augmented tensions in the Near East
  • verb Grow or intensify
    The pressure augmented