Add to and Subtract from

Add to

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Add to verb – To make greater in size, amount, or number.
Usage example: the need to be back home before 5:00 p.m. adds to the difficulty of arranging the trip

Subtract from is an antonym for add to.
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Subtract from

Defintions of Subtract from not found.
Add to is an antonym for subtract from in lessen topic.
Antonyms for Subtract from
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Both terms in one sentence

  • Shoulders-Up Nudity Presumably, this is done to avoid bias, or so clothes don't add to or subtract from the new look.
  • Various versions add to or subtract from the lineup, but the Plot Tailored to the Party at the end always requires each of their strengths, in some combination.
  • And now, when you add to all that—or, rather, subtract from it—the fact that he is totally without two qualities possessed by other humans, you will understand better what the man is." "What are those qualities?
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Subtract from or Add to. 2016. Accessed September 27, 2021.

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