supplement

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To provide or make a supplement to something
An additional section of a newspaper devoted to a specific subject
: A vitamin, herbal extract, or chemical compound included with a diet to enhance muscular development
An extension to a document or publication that adds information, corrects errors or brings up to date
An angle that, when added to a given angle, makes 180°; a supplementary angle
Something added, especially to make up for a deficiency
{n} an addition to supply some defect
Add on to
The number of degrees which, if added to a specified arc, make it 180°; the quantity by which an arc or an angle falls short of 180 degrees, or an arc falls short of a semicircle
That which fills up, completes, or makes an addition to, something already organized, arranged, or set apart; specifically, a part added to, or issued as a continuation of, a book or paper, to make good its deficiencies or correct its errors
A supplement is a separate part of a magazine or newspaper, often dealing with a particular topic. a special supplement to a monthly financial magazine. see also colour supplement
A request for additional funds either for the current operating year or for any future year recommended previously Also known as a Type 3, a supplement can be either noncompeting (administrative) or competing (subject to peer review)
A supplement is an extra amount of money that you pay in order to obtain special facilities or services, for example when you are travelling or staying at a hotel. If you are travelling alone, the single room supplement is £11 a night
A supplement is a pill that you take or a special kind of food that you eat in order to improve your health. a multiple vitamin and mineral supplement
provide additional elements to bring something up to an acceptable, sustainable, or workable level
to add to; to enhance; to enrich, to expand
add to the very end; "He appended a glossary to his novel where he used an invented language"
That which supplies a deficiency, or meets a want; a store; a supply
If you supplement something, you add something to it in order to improve it. people doing extra jobs outside their regular jobs to supplement their incomes I suggest supplementing your diet with vitamins E and A. Supplement is also a noun. Business sponsorship must be a supplement to, not a substitute for, public funding
A supplement to a book is an additional section, written some time after the main text and published either at the end of the book or separately. the supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica
{f} complement, make up for a deficiency; add on to, add as a supplement
A request for additional funds either for the current operating year or for any future year recommended previously Also known as a Type 3 application or award, a supplement can be either noncompeting (administrative) or competing (subject to peer review)
an installment of album pages to bring a loose-leaf album up to date Surcharge - An overprint which alters or establishes a stamp's face value
a supplementary component that improves capability
Awarding of additional funds by the agency for an existing funded period ^ Top of page
nutritional: drinks that can be used in addition to meals to increase intake of calories and nutrients
A series of articles around a subject that is funded by special advertising relating to that subject
An item, usually issued separately, that complements one already published by bringing up-to-date or otherwise continuing the original or by containing a special feature not included in the original The supplement has a formal relationship with the original as expressed by common authorship, a common title or subtitle, and/or a stated intention to continue or supplement the original
This is a fairly broad term and can have a number of different applications: A specific ration designed to be fed to grazing animals or animals on hay or silage fed separately This will include the protein, energy (grain), supplemented vitamins, minerals, amino acids to balance with forage portion of the diet A specific ration as above to be added to the grain and forage on farm to make up a complete feed Any nutrient fed in addition to the basic ration is also a supplement to the overall rations and will contribute to the overall total daily nutrient intake Example is vitamin packs that can be added to the water
textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end
An additional amount paid to settle a claim More often than not, it's impossible to identify all damage to your vehicle until it's disassembled A supplement is a detailing of the repair charges for additional damage found after repairs are begun
A supplement is an extra amount of money that is paid to someone, in addition to their normal pension or income. Some people may be entitled to a housing benefit supplement. people who need a supplement to their basic pension. to add something, especially to what you earn or eat, in order to increase it to an acceptable level supplement sth by/with sth
serve as a supplement to; "Vitamins supplemented his meager diet"
a quantity added (e g to make up for a deficiency)
A vitamin, herbal extract, or chemical compound included with a diet to enhance muscular development
the rest of a part of a plane separated into two pieces by a line -- "The supplement of the third angle in a triangle " (249)
an increase in the amount of funding by the sponsor to an existing award Supplemental funding increases the award and extends the award period
add as a supplement to what seems insufficient; "supplement your diet"
serve as a supplement to; "Vitamins supplemented his meager diet
(n ) - something that completes or makes an addition to, like a vitamin supplement to add to an incomplete diet
The use of federal funds provided by regulation to supplement the level of state and local funds expended by a grantee (or agency) that will in no case replace those state and local funds on an aggregate basis
{i} something which makes up for a deficiency; addition, extra added part
to make up for a deficiency add as a supplement to what seems insufficient; "supplement your diet"
To fill up or supply by addition; to add something to
Additional repairs needed to complete the repair that were not identified on the original estimate
a quantity added e
A nutrient or phytochemical supplied in addition to that which is obtained in the diet
A marketing application submitted for changes in a product that already has an approved NDA FDA must approve all important NDA changes (in packaging or ingredients, for instance) to ensure that the conditions originally set for the product are not adversely affected
A feed used with another to improve the nutritive balance or performance of the total
to make up for a deficiency add as a supplement to what seems insufficient; "supplement your diet" serve as a supplement to; "Vitamins supplemented his meager diet
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dietary supplement
any substance, such as a vitamin or mineral taken as a supplement to food to replace nutrients that would otherwise be missing in a person's diet
food supplement
Additional nutrients or other chemicals substances, augmenting those provided by normal diet
single supplement
A charge added to a per-person occupancy rate that is based on an assumption of double occupancy, as on a cruise ship
supplementation
Something added as a supplement
Special Supplement
special addition
Times Education Supplement
the TES a weekly British newspaper with articles on education in schools and advertisements for teaching jobs, produced by The Times
Times Higher Education Supplement
the THES a weekly British newspaper with articles on education in universities and other institutions of higher education, as well as advertisements for jobs in these places, produced by The Times
Times Literary Supplement
the TLS a British weekly newspaper which contains articles and information about literature, especially about new books, produced by The Times. Weekly literary journal long famous for its coverage of all aspects of literature. Founded in 1902 as a supplement to The Sunday Times of London, the TLS sets the tone and standards of excellence in the field of literary criticism. It presents reviews of major books of fiction and nonfiction published in several languages, and its essays are written with sophistication and scholarly authority and in a lively style. It is also noted for its bibliographic thoroughness, for its topical essays by the world's leading scholars, and for the erudition of its readers' published letters to the editor. See also The Times
colour supplement
A colour supplement is a colour magazine which is one of the sections of a newspaper, especially at weekends. a magazine printed in colour and given free with a newspaper, especially on Saturdays or Sundays
colour supplement
(British) a magazine that is printed in color and circulated with a newspaper (especially on weekends)
entertainment supplement
section of a newspaper or magazine dedicated to entertainment (theater, television, radio, etc.)
literary supplement
literary addition, supplement in the matters of literature
single supplement
A single supplement is an additional sum of money that a hotel charges for one person to stay in a room meant for two people. You can avoid the single supplement by agreeing to share a twin room
single supplement
a surcharge added to the cost per person when traveling alone
supplementally
in a supplemental manner
supplementation
Vitamins, minerals, amino acids, probiotics etc Are fed in addition to those available from the main ingredients when included within a premix that forms part of the ration
supplementation
Legal books may be supplemented in a number of ways: periodic pocket parts, looseleaf releases, stand-alone paperbacks, or new editions Currently some sets are augmented or supplemented with discs or CD-ROMs
supplementation
The publication by the DoD Components of directives, instructions, regulations, and related documents that add to, restrict, or otherwise modify the policies and procedures of DoD issuances
supplementation
{i} act of supplementing
supplementation
The act of supplementing
supplementation
a quantity added (e g to make up for a deficiency)
supplementation
The use of artificial propagation to maintain or increase natural production while maintaining the long-term fitness of the target population, and keeping the ecological and genetic impacts to non-target populations within specified biological limits
supplementation
the release of hatchery fry and juvenile fish in the natural environment to quickly increase or establish naturally spawning fish populations
supplementation
Supplementation is the use of pills or special types of food in order to improve your health. The product provided inadequate vitamin and mineral supplementation
supplementation
Anything given in addition to breast milk
supplementation
adding nutrients such as vitamins to the diet
supplemented
past of supplement
supplemented
{s} added
supplementing
present participle of supplement
supplements
pills, liquids, or powders that contain purified nutrients, or foods with purified nutrients added in amounts per serving greater than 50% above a standard considered sufficient for all healthy people
supplements
Pills, liquids, powders containing per serving quantities greater than 50% above a standard considered sufficient for healthy people
supplements
= Unregulated chemicals treated by the law as food See Products
supplements
plural of supplement
supplements
Beta carotene supplements are available in various forms, including synthetic forms and those extracted from algae and palm oil Some studies suggest that those extracted from palm oil are absorbed more efficiently Natural beta carotene may have greater beneficial effects than synthetic forms
supplements
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supplements
third-person singular of supplement
supplements
Any nutrients introduced into the human body to enhance health, physical growth, or performance Common supplements are vitamins and minerals, or proteins (in drinks, powders and bars)
weekly supplement
something that is added every week
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