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Translation of "add" - English-Spanish dictionary

add

verb   /æd/
A2 to put something together with something else, making the whole thing bigger añadir Mix the sugar and butter, then add the eggs. Do you have anything to add to the list?
A2 to put two or more numbers together to get a total sumar Don’t forget to add the cost of postage.
B1 to say another thing añadir She said she liked him but added that he was difficult to work with.
→  Phrasal verbs add something up
(Definition of add from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

add

verb /ӕd/
(often with to) to put (one thing) to or with (another) añadir He added some water to his whisky.
(often with to, together, up) (mathematics) to find the total of (various numbers) sumar Add these figures together Add 124 to 356 He added up the figures.
to say something extra agregar, añadir He admitted that he had made a mistake, and added that he was sorry.
(with to) to increase añadirse a, aumentar His illness had added to their difficulties.
added adjective
more than is usual or natural Adicional This fruit juice contains no added sugar.
addition noun
(mathematics) the act of adding suma She is not good at addition.
something added adición They’ve had an addition to the family.
additional adjective
adicional This has meant additional work for me.
additive noun
a substance that is added to food to make it last longer or to make it taste better Aditivo food additives.
add on phrasal verb
to make something bigger by adding something extra Añadir Are they going to add on a service charge to our bill?
add up phrasal verb
(mathematics) to calculate the total of two or more numbers or amounts Hacer la suma I’m just going to check to see if these figures add up.
add insult to injury
to make a bad situation worse for someone who has been offended or otherwise badly treated Por si fuera poco Not only was the service slow, but to add insult to injury, the food was cold when it arrived.
not add up
to not seem reasonable or make sense No tiene sentido Her account of the events just doesn’t add up.
(Definition of add from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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