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Англо-русский строительный словарь - add


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1) примесь; добавка

2) увеличивать

to add the weight — увеличивать вес

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Англо-русский машиностроительный словарь
  up складывать, подсчитывать, подытоживать; находить сумму ADD v.  1) прибавлять, присоединять this adds to the expense - это увеличивает расход added to everything else - к тому же; в дополнение ко всему  2) math. складывать - add in - add to - add together - add up to add fuel/oil to the fire/flame - подливать масла в огонь to add insult to injury - наносить новые оскорбления Syn: affix, annex, append, attach Ant: abstract, deduct, lessen, reduce, subtract ADD in включать ADD lustre to придать блеск (чему-л.); прославить (что-л.) ADD to добавлять, увеличивать ADD together складывать, подсчитывать, подытоживать; находить сумму ...
Англо-русский словарь
  1. прибавлять, добавлять; присоединять; придавать to add lustre to smth. —- придавать блеск чему-л. to add salt —- подсолить 2. добавлять, прибавлять, усиливать что-л. to add to history —- приукрашивать историю to add to one's experience —- обогатить свой опыт this adds to the impression —- это усиливает впечатление this adds to our difficulties —- это усугубляет наши трудности 3. прибавлять к сказанному I have nothing to add —- мне больше нечего добавить; я все сказал 4. добавлять, накидывать he's added on the ten per cent service charge —- он накинул еще десять процентов за обслуживание 5. мат. складывать, находить сумму, суммировать if you add 3 and 5 you get 8 —- если к трем прибавить пять, получится восемь to add constructively —- складывать арифметически to add vectorally —- складывать геометрически to add twice —- удваивать to add up to —- составлять в сумме Id: to add insult to injury —- наносить новые оскорбления; усугублять трудности Id: to add fuel to the fire —- подливать масла в огонь ...
Новый большой англо-русский словарь
  гл. 1) прибавлять, присоединять, приписывать 2) дополнять, включать (in), добавлять; прилагать 3) увеличивать (to) 4) складывать, подсчитывать, суммировать (together/up) 5) ссылаться • - add 5% to the price - add the interest - add to - add up to - add up Syn: allege, attribute, enclose, apply ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский экономический словарь
  1) добавлять, присоединять add ore — забрасывать руду 2) давать больше add up to — давать в сумме; составлять в сумме 3) прибавлять; примешивать 4) хим. присаживать 5) присоединять 6) прибавлять, складывать, суммировать add constructively — складывать арифметически add positively — суммировать с положительным знаком add term by term — складывать почленно add together curves — складывать ординаты кривых add vectorially — находить векторную сумму, складывать векторно, складывать геометрически ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский научно-технический словарь
  add to set ...
Англо-русский строительный словарь
  I сокр. сложение, суммирование складывать, суммировать, прибавлять add termwise — складывать почленно II сокр. от additive добавка; присадка III сокр. от address адрес ...
Большой Англо-русский Русско-английский политехнический словарь
  v.tr. 1 join (one thing to another) as an increase or supplement (add your efforts to mine; add insult to injury). 2 put together (two or more numbers) to find a number denoting their combined value. 3 say in addition (added a remark; added that I was wrong). Phrases and idioms add in include. add-on something added to an existing object or quantity. add to increase; be a further item among (this adds to our difficulties). add up 1 find the total of. 2 (foll. by to) amount to; constitute (adds up to a disaster). 3 colloq. make sense; be understandable. Derivatives added adj. Etymology: ME f. L addere (as AD-, dare put) ...
Толковый словарь английского языка Oxford English Reference
   verb  Etymology: Middle English, from Latin ~ere, from ad- + -dere to put — more at do  Date: 14th century  transitive verb  1. to join or unite so as to bring about an increase or improvement ~s 60 acres to his land wine ~s a creative touch to cooking  2. to say further ; append  3. to combine (numbers) into an equivalent simple quantity or number  4. to include as a member of a group don't forget to ~ me in  intransitive verb  1.  a. to perform ~ition  b. to come together or unite by ~ition  2.  a. to serve as an ~ition the movie will ~ to his fame  b. to make an ~ition ~ed to her savings  • ~able or ~ible adjective ADD  abbreviation  1. American Dialect Dictionary  2. attention deficit disorder ...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
  (adds, adding, added) Frequency: The word is one of the 700 most common words in English. 1. If you add one thing to another, you put it in or on the other thing, to increase, complete, or improve it. Add the grated cheese to the sauce... Since 1908, chlorine has been added to drinking water... He wants to add a huge sports complex to Binfield Manor. VERB: V n to n, be V-ed to n, V n to n, also V n 2. If you add numbers or amounts together, you calculate their total. Banks add all the interest and other charges together... Two and three added together are five. ? subtract VERB: V pl-n with together • Add up means the same as add. More than a quarter of seven year-olds cannot add up properly... We just added all the numbers up and divided one by the other... He said the numbers simply did not add up. PHRASAL VERB: V P, V pl-n P, V P 3. If one thing adds to another, it makes the other thing greater in degree or amount. This latest incident will add to the pressure on the government... VERB: V to n 4. To add a particular quality to something means to cause it to have that quality. The generous amount of garlic adds flavour... Pictures add interest to plain painted walls. VERB: V n, V n to n 5. If you add something when you are speaking, you say something more. ‘You can tell that he is extremely embarrassed,’ Mr Brigden added... The President agreed, adding that he hoped for a peaceful solution. VERB: V with quote, V that 6. to add insult to injury: see insult ADD ADD is an abbreviation for attention deficit disorder. ...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
  ~ S1 W1 v 1 »PUT WITH« to put something with something else or with a group of other things ~ sth to sth  (Do you want to add your name to the list? | I gave him a rare Swedish stamp to add to his collection.) 2 »COUNTING« to put two or more numbers together in order to calculate the total  (Add 6 and 6 to make 12.) ~ sth to  (Added to what we've already saved, it gives us $550.)  (- compare subtract) 3 »INCREASE« to increase the amount or cost of something by putting something more with it ~ sth to  (The sales tax adds 15% to the price of clothes.)  (Conforming to the new regulations will add to the cost of the project.) 4 »SAY« to say something more that is related to what has been said already  (That's all I have to say. Is there anything you'd like to add, David? | "And I don't care what you think " she added defiantly.) ~ that  (Casey added that everything he had told us was, of course, top-secret.) I might ~ spoken (=used when adding something, especially to complain)  (The bus was two hours late, and, I might add, they tried to charge my children the full adult fares.) 5 »COOKING« to mix one food with another while cooking  (Cream the butter and sugar, then add the eggs.) 6 »GIVE A QUALITY« to give a particular quality to an event, place, situation etc  (Fine champagne always adds glamour to an occasion.) 7 ~ed to this/if you ~ to this used to introduce another fact, especially one that makes a situation seem even worse  (If you add to this the young age of the victims, it makes the crime unforgivable.) 8 ~ insult to injury to make a situation even more upsetting for someone, when they have already been badly or unfairly treated 9 ~ fuel to the fire/flames to make a bad situation even worse, especially by making someone more angry  ( @add in ~ sth ± in phr v to include something with something else  (By the time we added in the cost of the drinks the bill was over $100.) @add on ~ sth ± on phr v 1 to make a building larger by building another room  (They added on a bedroom at the back.) 2 to...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
  physiol. abbr. Alcohol And Drug Dependency physiol. abbr. Advanced Dietary Delivery physiol. abbr. Anatomically Directed Design physiol. abbr. Adduction physiol. abbr. Adduct physiol. abbr. Addiction U.S. gov. abbr. Administration on Developmental Disabilities mil. abbr. Anti Drone Defense airport code Addis Ababa, Ethiopia funny abbr. Americans For Donald Duck funny abbr. American Dream Disorder sc. fict. abbr. Astral Destruction Dragon adult abbr. Another Darn Democrat adult abbr. A Dumb Dog adult abbr. Another Dumb Dickhead SMS abbr. Address gen. comp. abbr. Apple Data Detectors gen. comp. abbr. Attribute Driven Design method comp. assem. abbr. Addition file ext. abbr. Adapter Device Driver ( OS/2) educ. abbr. Anti Discipline Disorder educ. abbr. Attention Deficit Disorder educ. abbr. Arithmetic Done Daily educ. abbr. Arithmetic Developed Daily law abbr. Adult Discipline Disorder int. bus. abbr. Anti- Dumping Duty chat abbr. Advanced Dumbass Disorder ...
English abbreviation dictionary
  - c.1380, from L. addere "add to, join" from ad- "to" + -dere comb. form meaning "to put, place." ...
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