- 1Something that has been or can be added to an existing object or arrangement: [as modifier]: cars with add-on extrasMore example sentences
- Do you have any add-ons to your existing courses?
- And don't pay too much attention to the expensive add-ons some management-training courses include.
- The evening shifts and the distance education courses are add-ons; they provide an element of flexibility to the students.
- 1.1An accessory device designed to increase the capability of a computer or hi-fi system: [as modifier]: now you can get the incredible sound of compact disc without getting an add-on amplifierMore example sentences
- It will probably never appear in the official kernel, but can be used as an add-on package to increase the security of your Linux system.
- And as more people use a particular package, more developers become trained in customizing the system and more software add-ons are created.
- Visor stands out because of its Springboard expansion slot, which lets you snap in add-ons that can increase memory or turn the handheld into a digital camera, MP3 music player, and more.
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