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appendverb [T]

us   /əˈpend/ fml
to add something to the end of a piece of writing: Several footnotes were appended to the text.
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appendverb [T]

uk   /əˈpend/ us   formal
to add something to a document: append sth to sth A confidentiality agreement was appended to the contract of employment.
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Translations of “append”
in Spanish Añadir…
in Vietnamese bổ sung thêm…
in Malaysian lampir…
in Thai ผนวก, เพิ่มข้อมูลเสริม…
in Chinese (Simplified) (在文章后)附加,增补…
in Indonesian melampirkan…
in Chinese (Traditional) (在文章後)附加,增補…
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