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augment (verb), augments; augmented; augmenting
1. To make or to become greater in size, number, amount, or degree; to enlarge: George will augment his income by working at the local bar at night.
2. To add something in order to improve or to complete it: Job training will augment or supplement Jim's skills as a professional carpenter.
3. Etymology: From about 1400, from Old French augmenter, from Late Latin augmentare, "to increase", from Latin augmentum, "an increase" from augere, "to increase, to make bigger, to expand, to enrich"; from Greek auxo, "increase".
To enlarge in size, amount, or degree.
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To make bigger or to increase.
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