Bedeutung von “add” — Learner’s Dictionary

add

verb us uk /æd/
Then add a spoonful of yoghurt.Bring the water to the boil, then add the rice.Drain the pasta and add the tomatoes.The flowers added a splash of colour to the room.To make the plural of 'dog', you add the plural ending '-s'.
PUT WITH [ T ]

A2 to put something with something else:

Add / the eggs to the cream.
Could you add apples to your shopping list?
INCREASE [ I, T ]

to increase an amount or level:

Then there's the service charge which adds / another ten percent to the bill.
His voice just adds to his appeal.
SAY MORE [ T ]

B1 to say another thing:

[ + that ] She said she liked him but added that he was difficult to work with.
CALCULATE [ T ]

A2 to put two or more numbers or amounts together to get a total

→ See also add insult to injury

(Definition von “add” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)