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addition (ad DISH uhn) (s) (noun), additions (pl)
1. Something added; mathematical summation: Addition is usually taught before subtraction.
2. The process of adding, including, embracing; the act of joining, annexing, appending: The addition of a baby to the household changed the lives of the Johnson family!
3. Increase, enlargement, extra, augmentation: The addition in cost over last year’s tuition is $500.
4. Annex, wing, extension, adjunct: The addition to the town library will double its size.
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