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Analogue digital digital, indicating that a music recording was made in analogue format before being mastered and stored digitally

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attention deficit disorder

attention deficit disorder British & World English

Any of a range of behavioural disorders occurring primarily in children, including such symptoms as poor concentration, hyperactivity, and learning difficulties

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Join (something) to something else so as to increase the size, number, or amount

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the front porch was added in 1751

have another string to one's bow British & World English

Have a further resource that one can make use of

add-in British & World English

A device or piece of software that can be added to a computer to give extra features or functions

add-on British & World English

Something that has been or can be added to an existing object or arrangement

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(hyphen, two words as verb)

add up in add British & World English

Increase in amount, number, or degree

add one's twopenn'orth British & World English

Contribute one’s opinion

add insult to injury British & World English

Act in a way that makes a bad situation worse

add fuel to the fire British & World English

Cause a situation or conflict to become more intense

lustre1 British & World English

Glory or distinction

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her decision just added to his woe

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the subsidies added up to £1700

add insult to injury in insult British & World English

Act in a way that makes a bad situation worse

add fuel to the fire in fuel British & World English

Cause a situation or conflict to become more intense

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I added up all the subtotals

have another string to one's bow in bow1 British & World English

Have a further resource that one can make use of

add fuel to the fire or flames in fuel British & World English

Cause a situation or conflict to become more intense


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