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Italian translation of 'add'

add

(æd)

transitive verb

  1. to add (to) aggiungere (a) (mathematics) sommare (a), addizionare (a)
    he added that ... ha aggiunto che...
    added to which ... e per giunta..., e per di più...
    to add insult to injury aggiungere al danno le beffe
    add a bit of sugar aggiungi un po' di zucchero

intransitive verb

  1. (count) fare le addizioni or le somme, addizionare

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Example Sentences Including 'add'

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The administrator had to move quickly, the source adds.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You may also have added expense for client lunches and entertainment.
Hopkins, Tom The Guide to Greatness in Sales (1994)
Add another tablespoon of milk if necessary.
The Sun (2014)
It will add interest to your life.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Jupiter adds a vital touch of luck to work plans and you can talk with confidence without seeming conceited.
The Sun (2010)
Jupiter contacts the sun to add a touch of luck to a plan that means a lot to the whole family.
The Sun (2010)
Past earnings and other interests add at least 8m.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Perhaps this is one way to add years to our life and life to our years.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The moon deepens relationships and seeing a different side of a partner adds an interesting new twist to love.
The Sun (2016)
The moon in the winning part of your chart adds luck to number games.
The Sun (2016)
The percentage of people who vote will still have to add up to one hundred.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Then you have to add in the effects of the aerodynamic stability.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Trim and finely slice the spring onions and add them to the pan.
The Sun (2016)
My focus is to keep this group together and add to it and compete for trophies.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The furore is just another thing to add to a dire display on the field.
The Sun (2016)
Heat a wide frying pan with the oil and add the onion and garlic.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
It also ensures they add a bit of crunch and texture to your filling.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
A spokesman added that problems in making payments over the phone yesterday had been resolved.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Fans can star with their favourite heroes and villains as special effects add to the thrills.
The Sun (2015)
He added that views from a camera dropped through the drill hole were inconclusive.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
He holds to that view but quickly added that there is'little hard evidence' that we are headed in that direction.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It adds she also suffered emotional trauma.
The Sun (2014)
It was too early to say whether the pupils would face disciplinary action from the school, the spokesman added.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Mix it all together and add salt and pepper.
The Sun (2011)
Split each one and add the butter.
The Sun (2015)
Stir together then add the drained macaroni.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The Saturn effect adds extra respect to family ties and you feel like a real team again.
The Sun (2016)
The source added: 'Staff are very upset.
The Sun (2009)
The source added: 'There are mental health issues here.
The Sun (2007)
The spokesman added: 'What the leaflet says is which do you find most offensive?
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Trim and chop the spring onions and add them too.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The trouble with the new arrivals is that they are adding to existing numbers.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Inside me yet another niggle adds itself to the pile of resentment which is really my own stuff.
Bethune, Helen Positive Parent Power (1991)

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ADD

(ˌeɪdiːˈdiː)

noun abbreviation

  1. = attention deficit disorder

'add' in Other Languages

British English: add /æd/ VERB
put with If you add one thing to another, you put it with the other thing.
Add the water to the flour.
  • American English: add
  • Arabic: يُضِيفُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: adicionar
  • Chinese: 增加
  • Croatian: dodati
  • Czech: přidat
  • Danish: tilføje
  • Dutch: toevoegen
  • European Spanish: añadir
  • Finnish: lisätä
  • French: ajouter
  • German: hinzufügen
  • Greek: προσθέτω
  • Italian: aggiungere
  • Japanese: 足す
  • Korean: 추가하다
  • Norwegian: tilføye
  • Polish: dodać dołączać
  • European Portuguese: adicionar
  • Romanian: a adăuga
  • Russian: прибавлять
  • Latin American Spanish: añadir
  • Swedish: lägga till
  • Thai: เติม
  • Turkish: eklemek
  • Ukrainian: додавати
  • Vietnamese: thêm
British English: add /æd/ VERB
numbers If you add numbers together, you find out how many they make together.
Add three and six.
  • American English: add
  • Arabic: يَجْمَعُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: somar
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: zbrajati
  • Czech: sčítat
  • Danish: lægge sammen
  • Dutch: optellen
  • European Spanish: sumar
  • Finnish: laskea yhteen
  • French: additionner
  • German: addieren
  • Greek: προσθέτω
  • Italian: sommare
  • Japanese: 足す
  • Korean: 더하다
  • Norwegian: summere
  • Polish: dodać
  • European Portuguese: somar
  • Romanian: a aduna
  • Russian: складыватьвыполнять сложение
  • Latin American Spanish: sumar
  • Swedish: addera
  • Thai: บวก
  • Turkish: toplamak
  • Ukrainian: додавати
  • Vietnamese: cộng

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Translation of add from the Collins English to Italian
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