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addendum

Pronunciation: /əˈdendəm/

Translation of addendum in Spanish:

noun/nombre (plural addenda /əˈdendə/)

  • apéndice (masculine) addenda and corrigenda addenda et corrigenda
    Example sentences
    • The cover has changed, the map of Egypt is missing, and additions and corrections have been placed as an addendum on page 205 instead of directly in the text.
    • For the articles that appeared in the earlier edition, addenda include the new data that is available; only a handful of the original articles were rewritten.
    • He welcomes any professional updates or addenda to his primer.

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