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Saltos de línea: ADD
Pronunciación: /eɪdiːˈdiː


  • 1Analogue digital digital, indicating that a music recording was made in analogue format before being mastered and stored digitally.
  • 1.1Attention deficit disorder.

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Palabra del día mage
Pronunciación: meɪdʒ
a magician or learned person

Hay 2 definiciones de ADD en inglés:


Saltos de línea: add


[with object]
  • 1Join (something) to something else so as to increase the size, number, or amount: a new wing was added to the building some box offices now add on a convenience charge (as adjective added) one vitamin tablet daily will give added protection
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    • Interest is added to the amount invested at maturity and the full investment amount is available for withdrawal.
    • In some situations, the broker's fee is added to the actual amount of money that the person wants to borrow.
    • The young owners have extended and restored the cottage, adding a conservatory to increase light in the kitchen and a large Velux window in the bathroom - perfect for stargazing
    attach, build on, add on, put on, put in, append, adjoin, join, affix, connect, annex; include; prefix, prepend
  • 1.1 [no object] (add up) Increase in amount, number, or degree: watch those air miles add up!
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    • Although the money from the Government is not a substantial amount, if everyone chips in the total can add up very nicely.
    • As I was watching the money add up I realised I was having to invoke some serious self control.
    • Migoto watched as the fish added up quickly, and then quickly turned, walking down the bank the opposite way of the men.
  • 2Put in (an additional element, ingredient, etc.): chlorine is added to the water to kill bacteria (as adjective added) the fruit juice contains no added sugar
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    • Unlike bronze, additional material cannot be added to acrylic after it is cast.
    • In 1904, he created Ovomaltine by adding ingredients like sugar, whey, and beet extract to his father's creation.
    • Home-baking was banned years ago after warders found cannabis was being added to the cake ingredients.
  • 2.1Contribute (an enhancing quality) to something: the suite will add a touch of class to your bedroom
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    • He will entertain spectators and add a bit more quality to our batting.
    • And each has been a solid contributor, adding much-needed depth.
    • The decision to pay match fees to professionals has prompted him to give it another go, adding some much needed quality and experience to the side.
  • 4 [reporting verb] Say as a further remark: [with direct speech]: ‘I hope we haven’t been too much trouble,’ she added politely [with object]: we would like to add our congratulations
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    • He added that the response of their neighbours to the event has been everything they could hope for.
    • He added that the response to the signature campaign has been overwhelming so far.
    • He added that the responsibility for the next year's budget now rests with the MPs and they are the ones to decide.
    go on to say, state further, continue, carry on
    informal tack on, tag on


late Middle English: from Latin addere, from ad- 'to' + the base of dare 'put'.

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