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additional

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/əˈdɪʃənəl/
extra: We plan to open an additional 10 to 12 stores next year. There will be no additional charge for this service. an additional $50,000/£1million/€35 billion, etc.
ENVIRONMENT resulting in a reduction in the amount of carbon dioxide gas that is released into the environment, which would not have happened without trading carbon credits: Would the project have been implemented, even without the sales of the carbon offsets? If the answer is yes, the project is not “additional.”
Translations of “additional”
in Korean 추가의…
in Arabic إضافي…
in Portuguese adicional…
in Catalan addicional…
in Japanese 追加の, さらなる…
in Italian aggiuntivo, supplementare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外加的,附加的, 額外的,另外的…
in Russian дополнительный…
in Turkish ilaveten, ekstra…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外加的,附加的, 额外的,另外的…
in Polish dodatkowy…
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