añadir


añadir
v.
1 to add, to sum, to aggregate, to add on.
María añade otro comentario Mary adds another comment.
Ella añade queso crema al pastel She adds cream cheese to the cake.
2 to mix in.
Ella añade salsa She mixes in sauce.
3 to add, to add on, to go on saying.
María añade otro comentario Mary adds another comment.
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añadir
verbo transitivo
1 to add (a, to)
añádele un poco de sal add a bit of salt (to it)
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verb
to add
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VT
1) (=agregar) to add (a to)
2) [+ encanto, interés] to add, lend
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verbo transitivo to add
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= add, add on, append, attach, chirp in, amplify, plug into, add to + the mix, spike, lace with.
Nota: Generalmente añadir alcohol a una bebida.
Ex. An annotation is a note added to the title and/or other bibliographic information concerning a document, by way of comment or explanation.
Ex. These new course programmes will add on desirable new skills to those they already possess to fit students for employment in the information market place.
Ex. A list of book review sources in psychology and related fields is appended.
Ex. In fixed location notation was physically attached to certain places on the shelves and books were always filed in the same place.
Ex. 'Even friends and relatives!' Lehmann chirped in.
Ex. The director amplified: 'The personal touch would probably take some sting out of the layoff, but if I did it this way I could avoid involved discussions'.
Ex. In addition, when the heuristic approach is plugged into this interchange, the many additional facets of human personality and experience transform the exchange.
Ex. Internal satisfaction is the goal, but external rewards can successfully contribute to this satisfaction when added to the mix.
Ex. The toxins were also spiked and measured in a variety of food samples, including canned tomatoes, sweet corn, green beans, mushrooms, and tuna.
Ex. A common defence of drivers against disqualification from driving for having a high blood alcohol level is to claim that they had unwittingly consumed a drink laced with added spirits.
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* añádase cómo = expand like.
* añadir como algo secundario = tack on.
* añadir datos = make + additions.
* añadir entradas = make + additions.
* añadir flúor = fluoridate.
* añadir + Nombre + según el gusto = add + Nombre + to taste.
* añadirse = accrue.
* añadir una nueva dimensión = add + new dimension.
* instrucción de "añádase a" = add to instruction.
* programa que se añade = add-on pack.
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verbo transitivo to add
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= add, add on, append, attach, chirp in, amplify, plug into, add to + the mix, spike, lace with.
Nota: Generalmente añadir alcohol a una bebida.

Ex: An annotation is a note added to the title and/or other bibliographic information concerning a document, by way of comment or explanation.

Ex: These new course programmes will add on desirable new skills to those they already possess to fit students for employment in the information market place.
Ex: A list of book review sources in psychology and related fields is appended.
Ex: In fixed location notation was physically attached to certain places on the shelves and books were always filed in the same place.
Ex: 'Even friends and relatives!' Lehmann chirped in.
Ex: The director amplified: 'The personal touch would probably take some sting out of the layoff, but if I did it this way I could avoid involved discussions'.
Ex: In addition, when the heuristic approach is plugged into this interchange, the many additional facets of human personality and experience transform the exchange.
Ex: Internal satisfaction is the goal, but external rewards can successfully contribute to this satisfaction when added to the mix.
Ex: The toxins were also spiked and measured in a variety of food samples, including canned tomatoes, sweet corn, green beans, mushrooms, and tuna.
Ex: A common defence of drivers against disqualification from driving for having a high blood alcohol level is to claim that they had unwittingly consumed a drink laced with added spirits.
* añádase cómo = expand like.
* añadir como algo secundario = tack on.
* añadir datos = make + additions.
* añadir entradas = make + additions.
* añadir flúor = fluoridate.
* añadir + Nombre + según el gusto = add + Nombre + to taste.
* añadirse = accrue.
* añadir una nueva dimensión = add + new dimension.
* instrucción de "añádase a" = add to instruction.
* programa que se añade = add-on pack.

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añadir [I1 ]
vt
1 ‹sal/agua› to add
habrá que añadirle un pedazo de tela we'll have to sew an extra bit of material on
los niños añadían un toque simpático a la procesión the children added o lent a nice touch to the procession
2 ‹comentario/párrafo› to add
añadió unas palabras de agradecimiento she added a few words of thanks
—y eso no es todo —añadió and that's not all, he added
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añadir (conjugate añadir) verbo transitivo
to add
añadir verbo transitivo to add [a, to] ➣ Ver nota en sumar
'añadir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
agregar
- echar
- gustar
- incorporar
- otra
- otro
- sumar
English:
add
- append
- imagine
- observe
- opposed
- propose
- quite
- remind
- stand
- tack on
- tag on
- worth
- blend
- tack
- tag
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añadir vt
1. [sustancia] to add;
a ese precio hay que añadir el IVA you have to add Br VAT o US sales tax to that price
2. [comentario, información] to add;
“y estará acabado el próximo año”, añadió "and it will be finished next year," she added;
ese artículo añade muy poco a lo que ya sabía that article adds very little to what I already knew
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añadir
v/t add
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añadir vt
1) agregar: to add
2) aumentar: to increase
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añadir vb to add

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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