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  • noun A second or subsequent addition, especially following removal

Etymologies

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re- +‎ addition

Examples

  • Among the issues addressed are the somewhat expanded field-of-view; how maps are shared between single - and multi-player modes so that they are appropriate for both; the slower movement speed in Reach (this is partially due to the addition of the new sprint ability); the shorter lunge distance when using melee attacks; the lack of invulnerability when going for assassinations; the number of headshots it takes to kill an enemy with a magnum and a DMR (five is the answer to both -- the two guns fire the same rounds but the differences are detailed on the podcast); the differences with the now "more dangerous" frag grenades, their expanded radius, the grenade-throwing animation, how sprinting will cause you to throw a grenade further, the readdition of being able to shoot and explode grenades on the ground, and how there is now

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