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Translation of "addition" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun   /əˈdɪʃ·ən/
in addition (to something)
B1 added to what already exists, happens, or is true además (de algo) In addition to teaching, she works in a restaurant in the summer.
[no plural] the act of adding numbers together to get a total suma
a new or extra thing that is added to something incorporación Baby Eva is the latest addition to the family.
US ( UK extension) a new room or rooms that are added to a building anexo Running out of space in your home? Build a new home addition!
(Definition of addition from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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