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Added, extra, or supplementary to what is already present or available:‘we require additional information’
extra, added, supplementary, supplemental, further, auxiliary, ancillary, subsidiary, secondary, attendant, accessorymore, other, another, new, freshView synonyms
- ‘Calne Town Council is now looking for additional land to be used for allotments in the south of town.’
- ‘It added that any new information should be clearly explained in an additional report.’
- ‘Our analysis was sent to the authors for checking and for additional information.’
- ‘She said the letter had caused her additional hurt and distress at a very difficult time.’
- ‘He underwent additional training and spent five months clearing mines in the desert.’
- ‘It will look at ways of spending the additional cash which could include funding an extra warden.’
- ‘This product is available only through brokers, so there may be an additional broker fee.’
- ‘The additional lorries would lead to more accidents and people being killed or disabled.’
- ‘There would be additional employment in the offices, boutiques and a youth hostel.’
- ‘Both councils said they were still unsure how additional places would be funded.’
- ‘The application was then amended so the land would be used for an additional four properties.’
- ‘If there are things we feel we can do to enhance his capabilities by additional support we'd look at it.’
- ‘The company has been paying my accommodation costs and my additional travel expenses.’
- ‘The additional sailings will continue until all three ships are back in service.’
- ‘However, it all turned sour this week with the news that an additional grant had been rejected.’
- ‘So there would be no additional burden at all on taxpayers as a result of that change.’
- ‘The extra reach can give access to an additional two floors of a burning building.’
- ‘They call for an additional million health workers to be trained in the next decade.’
- ‘The immigration procedures are just an additional avenue for information to leak out.’
- ‘There had to be a way to do that and the first option was to seek additional funding.’
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