Addition

Addition,

Definition of Addition:

  1. The process or skill of calculating the total of two or more numbers or amounts.

  2. Expansion or extension of a fixed asset (such as a building or structure) by constructing new parts or wings..

  3. The action or process of adding something to something else.

Synonyms of Addition

Adding up, Counting, Totalling, Computation, Calculation, Reckoning, Tallying, Summation, Anschluss, L, Access, Accession, Accessory, Accident, Accidental, Accompaniment, Accord, Accretion, Accrual, Accruement, Accumulation, Acquirement, Acquisition, Addenda, Addendum, Adding, Additament, Additionally, Additive, Additory, Additum, Adjunct, Adjuvant, Advance, Affairs, Affiliation, Affinity, Agglomeration, Aggrandizement, Aggregation, Agreement, Alliance, Also, Amalgamation, Ampliation, Amplification, Annex, Annexation, Appanage, Appendage, Appendant, Appendix, Appreciation, Approximation, Appurtenance, Appurtenant, As well, As well as, Ascent, Assemblage, Assimilation, Association, Attachment, Attainment, Augment, Augmentation, Auxiliary, Ballooning, Besides, Beyond, Blend, Blending, Bloating, Bond, Boom, Boost, Broadening, Buildup, Cabal, Cartel, Centralization, Closeness, Coalescence, Coalition, Coda, Collateral, Combination, Combine, Combining, Combo, Coming by, Complement, Composition, Concomitant, Confederacy, Confederation, Congeries, Conglomeration, Conjugation, Conjunction, Connectedness, Connection, Consolidation, Conspiracy, Contiguity, Contingency, Contingent, Continuation, Contrariety, Corollary, Crescendo, Dealings, Deduction, Deployment, Development, Differentiation, Disjunction, Dispersion, Division, Dragging down, Earnings, Ecumenism, Edema, Elevation, Ell, Embodiment, Encompassment, Enlargement, Enosis, Equation, Evolution, Expansion, Extension, Extra, Extrapolation, Fanning out, Federalization, Federation, Filiation, Fixture, Flare, Flood, Furthermore, Fusion, Gain, Gaining, Getting, Getting hold of, Greatening, Growth, Gush, Happenstance, Hike, Hiking, Homology, Hookup, In addition, In addition to, Incidental, Inclusion, Incorporation, Increase, Increment, Inessential, Inflation, Integration, Intercourse, Interpolation, Intimacy, Into the bargain, Inversion, Involution, Joining, Jump, Junction, Junta, League, Leap, Liaison, Link, Linkage, Linking, Magnification, Making, Marriage, Meld, Melding, Mere chance, Merger, Moneygetting, Moneygrubbing, Moneymaking, Moreover, Mounting, Multiplication, Mutual attraction, Nearness, Nonessential, Not-self, Notation, Obtainment, Obtention, Offshoot, Other, Over and above, Package, Package deal, Pendant, Practice, Procural, Procurance, Procuration, Procurement, Productiveness, Proliferation, Propinquity, Proportion, Proximity, Putting together, Raise, Raising, Rapport, Reckoning, Reduction, Reinforcement, Relatedness, Relation, Relations, Relationship, Rider, Rise, Secondary, Securement, Side effect, Side issue, Similarity, Snowballing, Solidification, Splay, Spread, Spreading, Subsidiary, Subtraction, Summation, Summing-up, Superaddition, Supplement, Surge, Swelling, Sympathy, Syncretism, Syndication, Syneresis, Synthesis, Tailpiece, Tie, Tie-in, Tie-up, To boot, Too, Transformation, Trover, Tumescence, Undergirding, Unessential, Unification, Union, Uniting, Up, Upping, Upsurge, Upswing, Uptrend, Upturn, Waxing, Wedding, Widening, Wing, Winning, Inclusion, Adding, Adding in, Incorporation, Introduction, Insertion

How to use Addition in a sentence?

  1. She began with simple arithmetic, addition and then subtraction.
  2. The hotel has been extended with the addition of more rooms.

Meaning of Addition & Addition Definition