add

add
æd
verb
1) ((often with to) to put (one thing) to or with (another): He added water to his whisky.) añadir
2) ((often with to, together, up) to find the total of (various numbers): Add these figures together; Add 124 to 356; He added up the figures.) sumar
3) (to say something extra: He explained, and added that he was sorry.) agregar, añadir
4) ((with to) to increase: His illness had added to their difficulties.) añadirse a, aumentar
- additional
add vb
1. añadir
add the milk gradually añade la leche poco a poco
2. sumar
add 8 to 7 and you get 15 súmale 8 a 7 y obtienes 15
add
tr[æd]
transitive verb
1 (gen) añadir, agregar
'and don't tell anyone," he added "y no se lo digas a nadie," añadió
beat well and then add the flour batir bien y luego agregar la harina
2 (numbers) sumar
add these figures together suma estas cantidades
overheads must be added to the cost los gastos generales han de sumarse al coste
add ['æd] vt
1) : añadir, agregar
to add a comment: añadir una observación
2) : sumar
add these numbers: suma estos números
add vi
: sumar (en total)
add
v.
adicionar v.
adjuntar v.
agregar v.
allegar v.
añadir v.
sumar (Matemática) v.
æd
1.
transitive verb
1) (put in in addition) añadir, agregar*

this will add a touch of class — esto le dará un toque extra de distinción

we were soaked, added to which, it was starting to snow — estábamos empapados y por si esto fuera poco, empezaba a nevar

at least I think so, she added — -al menos eso creo -añadió or agregó

there's nothing to add — no hay más que decir

2) (Math) sumar

add (on) 20 — súmale veinte

add the four numbers (together) — suma los cuatro números

3) added past p <bonus/incentive> adicional, extra

with added vitamins — con vitaminas

no added sugar — sin azúcar


2.
vi sumar
Phrasal Verbs:
[æd]
1. VT
1) (Math) sumar
2) (=join) añadir, agregar (esp LAm) (to a)

there is nothing added — no hay nada añadido

add salt to taste — añadir sal al gusto

- add insult to injury
3) (=say further) añadir, agregar

he added that ... — añadió que ..., agregó que ...

there's nothing to add — no hay nada que añadir, no hay nada más que decir

2.
VI (=count) sumar
* * *
[æd]
1.
transitive verb
1) (put in in addition) añadir, agregar*

this will add a touch of class — esto le dará un toque extra de distinción

we were soaked, added to which, it was starting to snow — estábamos empapados y por si esto fuera poco, empezaba a nevar

at least I think so, she added — -al menos eso creo -añadió or agregó

there's nothing to add — no hay más que decir

2) (Math) sumar

add (on) 20 — súmale veinte

add the four numbers (together) — suma los cuatro números

3) added past p <bonus/incentive> adicional, extra

with added vitamins — con vitaminas

no added sugar — sin azúcar


2.
vi sumar
Phrasal Verbs:

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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