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supplement /'sʌplimənt/
  • danh từ
    • phần bổ sung, phần phụ thêm
    • tờ phụ trương, bàn phụ lục
    • (toán học) góc phụ
    • ngoại động từ
      • bổ sung, phụ thêm vào
    Concise Dictionary
    supplements|supplemented|supplementing'sʌplɪmənt
    noun
    +textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end
    +a quantity added (e.g. to make up for a deficiency)
    +a supplementary component that improves capability
    verb
    +add as a supplement to what seems insufficient
    +serve as a supplement to
    +add to the very end

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 addendum, addition, appendix, epilogue, end-piece, postscript, appendage, extension, continuation, adjunct, annexe, appurtenance, accessory, codicil, insert, sequel; supplementation; Technical suppletion:
    The later version includes the 1909 supplement.
    v.
    2 add (on or to), extend, augment; complement:
    Various scholars supplemented the earlier work with their own notes and comments. He supplements his income by working at a restaurant.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 ~ (to sth) a thing that is added to sth else to improve or complete it: vitamin / dietary supplements (= vitamins and other foods eaten in addition to what you usually eat) + Industrial sponsorship is a supplement to government funding.
    2 an extra separate section, often in the form of a magazine, that is sold with a newspaper: the Sunday colour supplements
    3 ~ (to sth) a book or a section at the end of a book that gives extra information or deals with a special subject: the supplement to the Oxford English Dictionary + a supplement to the main report
    4 an amount of money that you pay for an extra service or item, especially in addition to the basic cost of a holiday/vacation: There is a £10 supplement for a single room. + Safety deposit boxes are available at a supplement.
    + verb [VN] ~ sth (with sth) to add sth to sth in order to improve it or make it more complete: a diet supplemented with vitamin pills + He supplements his income by giving private lessons.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 sth that is added

    ADJ.

    useful, valuable | colour
    (= a colour magazine that comes with most weekend papers in Britain),
    magazine, special, Sunday
    Our special supplement is packed with inspirational ideas for healthy and glamorous hair.
    | dietary, food, mineral, nutritional, vitamin

    VERB + SUPPLEMENT

    provide (sb/sth with) | add
    The farmer adds a supplement to the horse's feed.
    | take, use (sth as)
    I take a vitamin supplement every day. You can use these books as supplements to the basic English course.

    PREP.

    ~ to
    This document is a supplement to the main report.

    2 extra amount of money

    ADJ.

    $100,
    £
    50, etc.
    A balcony is available for a £20 supplement.
    | flight, single room
    If you want to travel on a different day a flight supplement is payable.
    | earnings-related, means-tested
    means-tested supplements to the basic pension

    VERB + SUPPLEMENT

    add, charge
    We charge a small supplement for this service.
    | carry, have
    Weekend flights carry a supplement.
    | pay

    SUPPLEMENT + VERB

    be payable

    PREP.

    at a ~
    Single rooms are available at a supplement.
    | ~ for
    a $20 supplement for each extra night
    | ~ on
    There is a supplement on rooms with a sea view.



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