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supplement

US [ˈsʌpləmənt]
UK [ˈsʌplɪmənt]
  • v.补充;增补
  • n.补遗;增补(物);补充(物);添加物
  • Web增刊;附录;副刊
Plural Form:supplements  Present Participle:supplementing  Past Tense:supplemented  
supplement
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n.
1.
增补(物);补充(物);添加物a thing that is added to sth else to improve or complete it
vitamin/dietary supplements(= vitamins and other foods eaten in addition to what you usually eat)
补充的维生素;补充饮食
Industrial sponsorship is a supplement to government funding.
工业界的赞助是对政府拨款的补充。
2.
(报纸的)增刊an extra separate section, often in the form of a magazine, that is sold with a newspaper
the Sunday colour supplements
星期日彩色增刊
3.
~ (to sth)
(书籍的)补编,补遗,附录a book or a section at the end of a book that gives extra information or deals with a special subject
the supplement to the Oxford English Dictionary
《牛津英语词典》补编
4.
额外费用,附加费(尤指度假服务的)an amount of money that you pay for an extra service or item, especially in addition to the basic cost of a holiday/vacation
There is a £10 supplement for a single room.
住单间另付 10 英镑。
Safety deposit boxes are available at a supplement .
有贵重物品保管箱可供使用,费用另计。
v.
1.
增补;补充to add sth to sth in order to improve it or make it more complete
a diet supplemented with vitamin pills
搭配有维生素片的饮食
He supplements his income by giving private lessons.
他当家庭教师以补充收入。

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