augment

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To increase an interval, especially the largest interval in a triad, by a half step (chromatic semitone)
In some Indo-European languages, a prefix e- (a- in Sanskrit) indicating a past tense of a verb
To increase; to make larger or supplement

The money from renting out a spare room can augment a salary.

To grow; to increase; to become greater
To slow the tempo or meter, e.g. for a dramatic or stately passage
to make bigger
{f} increase, enlarge, enhance; multiply
{v} to increase, make or become larger
{n} as increase, state of increase, prefix
{n} an increase, state of increase, prefix
To augment something means to make it larger, stronger, or more effective by adding something to it. While searching for a way to augment the family income, she began making dolls. = supplement + augmentation aug·men·ta·tion The augmentation of the army began along traditional lines. to increase the value, amount, effectiveness etc of something (augmenter, from augmentare, from augere )
To add an augment to
grow or intensify; "The pressure augmented"
To increase the largest interval in a triad, especially a fifth or a sixth, by a half-step (chromatic semitone)
To increase; to grow larger, stronger, or more intense; as, a stream augments by rain
To increase, make larger or supplement
enlarge or increase; "The recent speech of the PLO chairman augmented tensions in the Near East"
grow or intensify; "The pressure augmented
To enlarge or increase in size, amount, or degree; to swell; to make bigger; as, to augment an army by reëforcements; rain augments a stream; impatience augments an evil
to make greater, more numerous, larger, or more intense
To increase an interval by a half step (chromatic semitone)
as in bioaugmentation - The adding of additional microorganisms to expedite microbial activity
A vowel prefixed, or a lengthening of the initial vowel, to mark past time, as in Greek and Sanskrit verbs
Enlargement by addition; increase
The Augment system, originally named NLS, was a pioneering research and production system aimed at augmenting human intellect and group knowledge processing capabilities through integrated tools and organizational development strategies This approach led to the invention of much of interactive computing technology decades ahead of other efforts, including: the mouse, screen windows, true hypertext, outline processors, groupware, and digitally signed documents See section References, which cites several Douglas Engelbart papers on the subject The Koutliner concept emerged from studies of publicly available information concerning Augment
enlarge or increase; "The recent speech of the PLO chairman augmented tensions in the Near East" grow or intensify; "The pressure augmented
augment reality
(Bilgisayar) Augmented reality (AR) is a field of computer research which deals with the combination of real-world and computer-generated data (virtual reality), where computer graphics objects are blended into real footage in real time
augmentation
A particular mark of honour, granted by the sovereign in consideration of some noble action, or by favour; and either quartered with the family arms, or on an escutcheon or canton
augmentation
The act or process of augmenting
augmented
increased in number, amount or strength
augmented
Simple past tense and past participle of augment
augmented
raised in pitch by a semitone
augmentation
{n} the act or state of increasing
augmentation
The stage of a disease in which the symptoms go on increasing
augmentation
the statement of a theme in notes of greater duration (usually twice the length of the original)
augmentation
To make greater, larger, more intense
augmentation
A additional charge to a coat of arms, given as a mark of honor
augmentation
the act of augmenting
augmentation
Compositional technique in which a melodic line is repeated in longer note values The lengthening of note values used in a theme to alter the melody without changing the pitches The opposite of diminution
augmentation
Where the theme is heard in notes of longer length (usually double) than in its original form
augmentation
The presentation of a theme in notes double the value in duration of those originally assigned to it
augmentation
Increasing stream flow under normal conditions, by releasing storage water from reservoirs
augmentation
the act of augmenting the statement of a theme in notes of greater duration (usually twice the length of the original) the amount by which something increases
augmentation
In music, the process of slowing down a melody or musical phrase by increasing (generally doubling) the length of its notes
augmentation
The term used to describe the provision of additional benefits for or in respect of individual members, where the cost of this provision is borne by the pension scheme itself and/or by the employer
augmentation
The thing added by way of enlargement
augmentation
the amount by which something increases
augmentation
A surgical procedure to enlarge a body part, as breast augmentation
augmentation
The addition of one or more assurance component(s) from Part 3 to an Evaluated Assurance Level (EAL) or assurance package [CC]
augmentation
Supplementing the water supply of a stream affected by well depletion, in order to protect senior water rights on a stream Augmentation puts no water in the well It is not designed to recharge the aquifer
augmentation
In counterpoint and fugue, a repetition of the subject in tones of twice the original length
augmentation
Special surgery for altos involving the implantation of falsettos
augmentation
Repetition of a thematic subject while lengthening the value of each note (opposite of diminution)
augmentation
The addition of specialized personnel and/or equipment to a unit, aircraft, or ship to supplement the medical evacuation mission
augmentation
The addition of one or more assurance component(s) from Part 3 to an EAL or assurance package [CC2][CC21] (see also assurance)
augmentation
The treatment of a melody in such a way as to lengthen - usually double - the duration of its notes in order to prolong a phrase An interval may also be augmented, which means increasing it by a semitone; and a choir may be augmented, which means increasing the numbers of members participating
augmentation
To increase the value of a customer file by utilizing an overlay from another source
augmentation
Compositional technique in which a melodic line is repeated in longer note values The opposite of diminution
augmentation
The transfer of water from one source to another for the purpose of maintaining or raising the water level of a surface water body
augmentation
The stage of a disease during which symptoms increase or continue
augmentation
The act or process of augmenting, or making larger, by addition, expansion, or dilation; increase
augmentation
The addition of one or more assurance component(s) from Part 3 to an EAL or assurance package
augmentation
The lengthening of note values used in a theme to alter the melody without changing the pitches
augmentation
enlarging a rhythm at a particular proportion, usually 1: 2 For example, every eighth note in the original would be transformed into a quarter note; every quarter note would become a half-note Diminution is the opposite process, in which a rhythm is compressed by a particular proportion
augmentation
{i} growth, increase; addition, supplement
augmentation
Speeding up labor
augmentation
the process of lengthening a melody, usually doubling the time values of the notes
augmentation
The state of being augmented; enlargement
augmented
past of augment
augmented
{s} increased by semitone (Music); increased or made greater in quantity or number or strength
augmented
added to or made greater in amount or number or strength; "his augmented renown"; "a greatly augmented collection of books
augmenter
{i} one who augments, one who increases
augmenter
One who, or that which, augments or increases anything
augmenting
{i} increasing, multiplying
augmenting
present participle of augment
augments
third-person singular of augment
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