Add ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Add ( verb )

  1. Join (something) to something else so as to increase the size, number, or amount.
  2. Put (something) with others of the same kind so as to increase the quantity.
  3. Include (something) as an additional element or part.
  4. Perform the arithmetic operation of addition.
  5. Make an addition to (something).

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin addere, from ad- "to" + dare "put".

Examples:

  1. We need to add more water to the soup.
  2. She added the numbers and got the total.
  3. He added his signature to the document.
  4. They added a new chapter to the book.
  5. She added a few more spices to the recipe.

(As a noun)

Add ( noun )

  1. Join (something) to something else so as to increase the size, number, or amount.
  2. Put (something) with others of the same kind so as to increase the quantity.
  3. Include (something) as an additional element or part.
  4. Perform the arithmetic operation of addition.
  5. Make an addition to (something).

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin addere, from ad- "to" + dare "put".

Examples:

  1. We need to add more water to the soup.
  2. She added the numbers and got the total.
  3. He added his signature to the document.
  4. They added a new chapter to the book.
  5. She added a few more spices to the recipe.
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