Definition of augment in English:
Pronunciation: /ôɡˈment /[with object]
Make (something) greater by adding to it; increase: he augmented his summer income by painting houses
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- The workers are demanding all the increase go towards augmenting their base pay and that the present two-tier sick leave system be scrapped.
- The precision may be increased by augmenting the number of samples used.
- The new link features an expanded shop, revenue from which has become vital to augmenting the budget of any gallery.
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