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"appendix" in British English

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appendixnoun [C]

uk   /əˈpen.dɪks/ us   /əˈpen.dɪks/
  • appendix noun [C] (BOOK PART)

plural appendixes or appendices uk   /-dɪ.siːz/ us   a separate part at the end of a book or magazine that gives extra information: There's an appendix at the end of the book with a list of dates.
(Definition of appendix from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"appendix" in American English

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appendixnoun [C]

us   /əˈpen·dɪks/ plural appendices /əˈpen·dəˌsiz/ appendixes /əˈpen·dɪk·səz/
  • appendix noun [C] (BOOK PART)

writing a separate part at the end of a book or report that gives additional information: The appendix lists all the Olympic champions.
  • appendix noun [C] (BODY PART)

a small, curved part attached to the intestines (= tube in the body in which food is digested) which has no known use
(Definition of appendix from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"appendix" in Business English

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appendixnoun [C]

uk   /əˈpendɪks/ us   plural appendices
a separate part at the end of a report, legal document, book, etc. which gives extra information: an appendix to sth Financial projections are included in an appendix to the business plan. For a list of committee members' names and contact details, see appendix B.
(Definition of appendix from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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