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append (verb), appends; appended; appending
1. To add extra information to something as a supplement; especially, to a document: In addition to the important letter she was going to send, she appended a note to it explaining the delay.
2. To add an authorized signature to a bill, or an official agreement, as a final part of the ratification or agreement process: The lawyer asked the elderly lady to append her handwritten name to the will.
3. To attach, or to fasten, a thing to something else: Jane tried to append the jewel to her necklace.
4. Etymology: "to hang on; to attach, as a pendant", from Latin appendere "to cause to hang (from something), to weigh"; from ad-, "to" + pendere, "to hang".
This entry is located in the following units: ad- (page 11) pend-, -pens, -pense, -pending, -pended (page 1)