Definitions

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  • adjective being in addition [to something else]

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of add.

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Examples

  • added "Sort the main menu" setting (none / by name / by usage) • "Processes": added view and change the priority for threads

    pocketnow.com

  • added "Sort the main menu" setting (none / by name / by usage) • "Processes": added view and change the priority for threads

    pocketnow.com

  • In the case of terrorism-related material, objections could fall in the categories "violent or repulsive conduct," including subcategories for "physical attack" or - in a label added last November after complaints about Mr. Awlaki - "promotes terrorism."

    NYT > Home Page

  • In the 19th century, the cause might be a church, and people donated money and they were then honored by having their name added to the quilt--much the way fundraisers today sell "bricks" or walkway stones to honor donors.

    Kate Kelly: Major Quilt Exhibit Sponsored by American Folk Art Museum Opens in NYC

  • In the 19th century, the cause might be a church, and people donated money and they were then honored by having their name added to the quilt--much the way fundraisers today sell "bricks" or walkway stones to honor donors.

    Kate Kelly: Major Quilt Exhibit Sponsored by American Folk Art Museum Opens in NYC

  • In the 19th century, the cause might be a church, and people donated money and they were then honored by having their name added to the quilt--much the way fundraisers today sell "bricks" or walkway stones to honor donors.

    Kate Kelly: Major Quilt Exhibit Sponsored by American Folk Art Museum Opens in NYC

  • It was a story about a name added to a federal list, about horrified parents and organizing community members and the repetition of the phrase “we are pursuing all avenues.”

    So Much Pretty

  • It was a story about a name added to a federal list, about horrified parents and organizing community members and the repetition of the phrase “we are pursuing all avenues.”

    So Much Pretty

  • I was more than a little nervous, since I figured I was the one responsible for her losing her job back in Quincy, but she seemed to have done okay for herself despite that setback, so I agreed and told the warden to have her name added to my visitation list.

    Take Me There

  • I was more than a little nervous, since I figured I was the one responsible for her losing her job back in Quincy, but she seemed to have done okay for herself despite that setback, so I agreed and told the warden to have her name added to my visitation list.

    Take Me There

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