up 1 : to be added
together to equal the expected amount 2 : to make sense <Something about his story doesn't add
In fish chowders, she uses a combination of bottled clam juice or liquid from the can of fish along with some chicken broth to add
more depth of flavor and reduce the salt.
language to clarify the differences between an Authorized Federal Supply Schedules (FSS) Pricelist and an FSS publication
I met with Woodbridge a couple of times and talked about this, and he has identified an opportunity for Northern Ontario to be a world leader in this modular housing business," Ramsay adds
But these regulations only add
to the dizzying list of stipulations.
The government position is that diet changes won't help most children with ADD
And since color adds
an effective visual dimension to any spreadsheet, consider using it in your work.
this filler in increments rather than the entire quantity at one time, blending between additions.
We ask that you follow the instructions and add
up points along the way that will help you best decide your tolerance for risk.
The circulation function of a library is one which usually adds
no value to a person who is standing at the desk ready to check out his/her books.
That is, do they add
value from the customer's perspective or not?
Southern Living magazine and books are all about food, family, friends and casual get-togethers at home with great food, adds
Wyatt, noting that they are selling a lifestyle.