- 1A minor change in a document.More example sentences
- Had he been told about this, he would have made the necessary amendments to the sale documents to reflect that fact.
- A number of minor amendments were made to the minutes of the May meeting.
- An amendment made to customer documentation would reduce risk on a week by week basis.
- 1.1A change or addition to a legal or statutory document: an amendment to existing bail lawsMore example sentences
- They say they will settle for nothing less than an amendment to the legislation.
- The final point is an amendment to existing legislation and refers to the wearing of safety helmets.
- There can be a further committee stage if this is required for further amendment to the legislation.
- 1.2 (Amendment) An article added to the US Constitution: the First AmendmentMore example sentences
- Like all of the Amendments to the Constitution, the Fourth Amendment is open to interpretation because of a tension - deeply embedded in American culture and politics - between individual rights and communal responsibilities.
- The Constitution and its Amendments protect the People from their Government.
- We were given the right to vote in the Amendments to the Constitution - number 19 to be exact!
- 1.3Something that is added to soil in order to improve its texture or fertility.More example sentences
- Once you have the results of the soil test, you can add nutrients or soil amendments such as lime, as needed.
- Is it true that I won't be able to add soil amendments once the groundcovers have taken over?
- The first day of spring is only a week away and it will soon be time to start adding fertilizer and organic amendments to your garden beds.
Middle English (in the sense 'improvement, correction'): from Old French amendement, from amender (see amend).