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The fact or concept of being additional; especially any principle or policy that involves pursuing economic or financial practice according to this concept; specifically (in the European Union) the requirement that central funding should supplement, and not replace, national expenditure on a project.
1950s; earliest use found in The American Economic Review. From additional + -ity.
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