addendum, supplement, postscript(noun)
textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end
a quantity added (e.g. to make up for a deficiency)
accessory, appurtenance, supplement, add-on(verb)
a supplementary component that improves capability
add as a supplement to what seems insufficient
"supplement your diet"
serve as a supplement to
"Vitamins supplemented his meager diet"
append, add on, supplement, affix(verb)
add to the very end
"He appended a glossary to his novel where he used an invented language"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
An adjunct (something joined to) constitutes no real part of the thing or system to which it is joined, tho perhaps a valuable addition; an appendage is commonly a real, tho not an essential or necessary part of that with which it is connected; an appurtenance belongs subordinately to something by which it is employed, especially as an instrument to accomplish some purpose. A horse's tail is at once an ornamental appendage and a useful appurtenance; we could not call it an adjunct, tho we might use that word of his iron shoes. An attachment in machinery is some mechanism that can be brought into optional connection with the principal movement; a hemmer is a valuable attachment of a sewing-machine. An extension, as of a railroad or of a franchise, carries out further something already existing. We add an appendix to a book, to contain names, dates, lists, etc., which would encumber the text; we add a supplement to supply omissions, as, for instance, to bring it up to date. An appendix may be called an addendum; but addendum may be used of a brief note, which would not be dignified by the name of appendix; such notes are often grouped as addenda. An addition might be matter interwoven in the body of the work, an index, plates, editorial notes, etc., which might be valuable additions, but not within the meaning of appendix or supplement. Compare ACCESSORY; AUXILIARY.
That which is thought of as added we call an appendage to; that which is looked upon as an integral part is called an appendage of.
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How to use supplement in a sentence?
Individuals who choose to use kratom need to be aware of the potential risks. Just because it is currently classified as an herbal supplement does not mean that it is regulated or that it is safe.
The piece of sculpture is pretty damaged, that is why it was decided to supplement the disappeared parts, such as nose and chin, on the basis of second portraiti of Julius Caesar : the so-called Tusculum bust.
We are now very close to our expected long-term investment rate of 800 million to 1 billion pounds per year, while capital from the UK government was an important start it will not be enough to sustain our level of investment. From the outset it was always part of the plan that we would need to raise additional capital from the private sector to supplement government funding.
B12 must be supplemented in the vegan diet, if Sharon Palmer are vegetarian, Sharon Palmer get B12 from eggs. But for someone who is vegan, this is the one nutrient that I would recommend to supplement with.
Now we know they ate tortoises in a rather sophisticated way, it would have been a supplement - an appetizer, dessert or a side dish - to the meat and fat from large animals.
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- complementar, suplementarCatalan, Valencian
- doplněk, dodatekCzech
- Nachtrag, ErgänzungGerman
- complementar, suplementario, suplementoSpanish
- lisä, täydennys, ravintolisä, suplementti, lisäravinne, suplementtikulma, täydentääFinnish
- forbhia, folíonIrish
- aanvullen, aanvulling, bijlageDutch
- phần bổ sungVietnamese
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