Add - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌeɪ diː ˈdiː|  American pronunciation of the word add
Brit.  |æd|  British pronunciation of the word add


- a condition (mostly in boys) characterized by behavioral and learning disorders (syn: adhd, mbd)


- make an addition (to); join or combine or unite with others; increase the quality, quantity, size or scope of
- state or say further (syn: append, supply)
- bestow a quality on(syn: bestow, bring, contribute, impart, lend)
- make an addition by combining numbers
- determine the sum of (syn: sum, summate, tally, tot, total)
- constitute an addition


She's planning to add some new flowers to the garden.

The company is adding over 200 jobs this year.

This winter, he added skiing to his list of favorite sports.

Add one cup of sugar to the mixture.

Next, add the remaining butter to the pan.

In this dish, fresh herbs add lots of color and flavor.

We can help you add excitement to your vacation.

The historical details add depth to his story.

She adds a certain amount of experience and authority to the project.

When you add three and seven, you get ten.

Add the grated cheese to the sauce.

Once the vegetables start to cook add in a couple of tablespoons of water.

They added him in.

Please add these names on at the end.

The price does not include tax added on.

Phrasal verbs

add up  — develop into

Word forms

I/you/we/they: add
he/she/it: adds
present participle: adding
past tense: added
past participle: added
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