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It was only when we got to Portugal that you announced your own little amendment to the plan. CODE BREAKER (2004)The bill in question was a proposed amendment to the state fisheries law sponsored by the growing lobby of sportsfishermen. AMAGANSETT (2004)
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British English: amendment NOUN
An amendment is a section that is added to a law or rule in order to change it.
...an amendment to the defence bill.
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