add together


add together
verb
1. make an addition by combining numbers
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Add 27 and 49, please!

Syn: ↑add
Ant: ↑subtract (for: ↑add)
See Also: ↑add up (for: ↑add)
Derivationally related forms: ↑additive (for: ↑add), ↑addable (for: ↑add), ↑addition (for: ↑add), ↑adder (for: ↑add)
Topics: ↑arithmetic
Hypernyms:
calculate, ↑cipher, ↑cypher, ↑compute, ↑work out, ↑reckon, ↑figure
Hyponyms: ↑foot, ↑foot up
Verb Group:
total, ↑tot, ↑tot up, ↑sum, ↑sum up, ↑summate, ↑tote up, ↑add, ↑tally, ↑add up
Verb Frames:
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Somebody ——s

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Somebody ——s something

2. determine the sum of
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Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town

Syn:
total, ↑tot, ↑tot up, ↑sum, ↑sum up, ↑summate, ↑tote up, ↑add, ↑tally, ↑add up
Derivationally related forms:
tally (for: ↑tally), ↑addible (for: ↑add), ↑additive (for: ↑add), ↑addable (for: ↑add), ↑addition (for: ↑add), ↑adder (for: ↑add), ↑sum (for: ↑summate), ↑sum (for: ↑sum), ↑summation (for: ↑sum), ↑total (for: ↑total)
Hypernyms: ↑count, ↑number, ↑enumerate, ↑numerate
Verb Group: ↑add
Verb Frames:
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Somebody ——s something

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Something ——s something


Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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