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- n. Alternative form of add-on.
- v. To make an addition to something.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. add to the very end
- v. make an addition
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If I didn't have a mother, I'de pick out a woman that I like and I would look at what she does and then I'de find another one and pick out a characteristic and add on to it, if I want to go in a positive direction.
Fly over to Rio, and the spicy Latinas along Copacabana beach simply grab it in white to layer atop their swimsuit of the day; add on a pale short-short and a metallic Havaianas flip-flop.
It grew so much that we had to add on to it to accommodate additional- membership.
It was pretty here, if a little isolated, a place she and Luke had planned to add on to, to become an all-American family with 2.3 chil dren,
And that was why Mrs. Dranka expanded her staff, that is why she called the ad man to have something put in the Penny Saver, and that is why she called a sign painter to add on her door, under the line “Sophie Dranka, instructor,” one long stretch of gold-leafed letters that would read “Victor A. Filipiak, graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music.”
Unfortunately, organisms will cheat if merit is proportional to the full genome length—they will add on unexecuted and uncopied code to their genomes creating a code bloat.