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addend

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noun ad·dend \ˈa-ˌdend, ə-ˈdend\

Definition of addend

  1. :  a number to be added to another



Origin and Etymology of addend

short for addendum


First Known Use: 1674

Rhymes with addend

amend, append, ascend, attend, bartend, befriend, Big Bend, bookend, boyfriend, closed-end, commend, compend, contend, dead end, dead-end, defend, depend, descend, distend, downtrend, emend, expend, extend, fag end, forfend, front-end, girlfriend, Gravesend, headend, high-end, hornblende, impend, intend, Land's End, loose end, low-end, missend, misspend, next friend, no end, offend, on end, Ostend, outspend, perpend, pitchblende, portend, pretend, propend, protend, rear-end, resend, sheet bend, South Bend, split end, stipend, subtend, suspend, tag end, tail end, tight end, top-end, transcend, unbend, unkenned, upend, uptrend, weekend, year-end


ADDEND Defined for Kids

addend

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noun ad·dend \ˈa-ˌdend\

Definition of addend for Students

  1. :  a number that is to be added to another number




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