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supplemental

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adjective sup·ple·men·tal \ˌsə-plə-ˈmen-təl\

Simple Definition of supplemental

  • : added to something else to make it complete

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of supplemental

  1. 1 :  serving to supplement

  2. 2 :  nonscheduled <a supplemental airline>

supplemental

noun

Examples of supplemental in a sentence

  1. She receives a supplemental income every month from the government.

  2. <the new program will provide supplemental health insurance to thousands of workers>



1605

First Known Use of supplemental

1605


Medical Dictionary

supplemental

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adjective sup·ple·men·tal \ˌsəp-lə-ˈment-əl\

Medical Definition of supplemental

  1. :  serving to supplement :  supplementary




Law Dictionary

supplemental

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adjective sup·ple·men·tal \ˌsə-plə-ˈment-əl\

Legal Definition of supplemental

  1. :  serving to complete or make an addition <supplemental appropriations>; specifically :  of, relating to, or being a supplemental pleading

supplemental

noun



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