supplement

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Noun[change]

Singular
supplement

Plural
supplements

  1. A supplement is extra text that is added to the end of a book.
    At the back of the book was a supplement with maps showing where the story took place.
  2. A supplement is a small insert or magazine added to a newspaper.
    He read the sport supplement that came with the Sunday paper.
  3. A supplement is an extra that is added to something.
    His hotel bill included an internet connection supplement.

Verb[change]

Plain form
supplement

Third-person singular
supplements

Past tense
supplemented

Past participle
supplemented

Present participle
supplementing

  1. To supplement is to add something extra.
    The doctor told him to supplement his new diet with vitamins.

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