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ammend + -ment
- (countable & uncountable) An amendment is a change to a piece of writing or a statement that corrects or clarifies it; also the process of making this change.
- This law can only be changed by constitutional amendment.
- We are considering an amendment to the Water Bill which required compliance with EC rules by 1993.
- He agreed to accept amendments to reduce the standard rate of income tax in his Finance Bill.