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supplement 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈsəpləmənt/,
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supplements, plural;
  1. Add an extra element or amount to
    • - she took the job to supplement her husband's income
Noun
  1. Something that completes or enhances something else when added to it
    • - the handout is a supplement to the official manual
  2. A substance taken to remedy the deficiencies in a person's diet
    • - multivitamin supplements
  3. A part added to a book to provide further or corrected information but separate from the main body of the text

  4. A separate section, esp. a color magazine, added to a newspaper or periodical

  5. The amount by which an angle is less than 180°


  1. add as a supplement to what seems insufficient; "supplement your diet"
  2. addendum: textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end
  3. a quantity added (e.g. to make up for a deficiency)
  4. accessory: a supplementary component that improves capability
  5. append: add to the very end; "He appended a glossary to his novel where he used an invented language"
  6. Supplement is the 4th studio album by , released on 22 April 2009. Excluding the bonus track, the album contains 8 new songs and 3 songs compiled from past singles. The lyrics of the bonus track, , was penned by Nonaka herself.
  7. A supplement is a publication that has a role secondary to that of another preceding or concurrent publication.
  8. Something added, especially to make up for a deficiency; An extension to a document or publication that adds information, corrects errors or brings up to date; An additional section of a newspaper devoted to a specific subject; An angle that, when added to a given angle, makes 180°; a ...
  9. (Supplementation) The use of artificial propagation to maintain or increase natural production while maintaining the long-term fitness of the target population, and keeping the ecological and genetic impacts to non-target populations within specified biological limits.
  10. (Supplementation) We may correct or supplement your address information with standardized postal representation in order to ensure that your orders are delivered. We do this since we want to make sure that our members receive the order and to lower costs associated with our programs.
  11. (Supplementation) Addition of individuals to an existing population of conspecifics; also call re-enforcement. (Source: IUCN 1998)
  12. (Supplementation) In apologetics, presenting Christian truth as something merely additional to what the non-Christian believes already. See “blockhouse methodology.”
  13. (supplementation) Adding nutrients to the diet.
  14. (supplementation) the adding of something to address a deficiency or make complete
  15. (supplemented (flow)) water flow that has been 'supplemented' by releases from a storage upstream
  16. (Supplements) are preparations intended to supplement the diet and provide nutrients. A supplement may include vitamins and minerals, fiber, fatty acids or amino acids. It may also include hormones and herbs. ...
  17. (Supplements) Vitamins, minerals, herbs, or other substances taken orally and meant to correct deficiencies in the diet.
  18. (supplements) often refers to the addition of vitamins and minerals, in a pill form, to a person's diet.
  19. (Supplements) Something you can ingest to complete your nutrition.
  20. (SUPPLEMENTS) The word used to collectively refer to vitamins, minerals, and any other nutritional-based product. Nutritional supplements are so often sold via direct response because a complete argument can be made for the product. ...
  21. (SUPPLEMENTS) Vitamins, minerals, food concentrates and herbs which are taken orally to boost the nutritional level of the body. They can be used to make-up for deficiencies or to add extra elements to the body to bring about a physiologic change. ...
  22. (Supplements) Additional doses of vitamins, minerals, or other dietary substances; usually taken to enhance diet to get the recommended amount for your age, gender, and medical conditions.
  23. (Supplements) Few initial scopes and estimates are 100% accurate. Therefore, insurance companies often allow and will pay for supplements for scope items that could not have been found or anticipated, and were later discovered during restoration construction. ...
  24. (Supplements) Minerals or herbs that may provide relief to people with fibromyalgia.
  25. (Supplements) Multivitamin/mineral formula, probiotics, omega-3 fish oil and protein powder.