Main definitions of supplementally in English

: supplementally1supplementally2

supplementally1

adverb

  • See supplemental

    • ‘He also believes that antioxidants taken supplementally will combat the negative effects of exercise by protecting cells and tissues against destructive free radicals.’
    • ‘An increase in mass for supplementally fed females may be explained in two ways.’
    • ‘Fans will surely hope for a supplementally packed edition in the near future.’
    • ‘They observed that parents of supplementally fed puffin chicks compensated for the extra food by making less-frequent food deliveries.’
    • ‘I'm very concerned about people taking hormones supplementally, unless there's very good reason to do that.’

Pronunciation

supplementally

/sʌplɪˈmɛnt(ə)li/

Main definitions of supplementally in English

: supplementally1supplementally2

supplementally2

adverb

North American
  • See supplemental

    • ‘The scientist also believes that antioxidants taken supplementally will combat the negative effects of exercise by protecting cells and tissues against destructive free radicals.’
    • ‘Government guidelines advise taking 400 mcg of folic acid supplementally 6 weeks prior to conception and for the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.’
    • ‘I'm very concerned about people taking hormones supplementally, unless there's very good reason to do that.’
    • ‘Pups were heavier when their mothers had been supplementally fed compared with when they had not.’
    • ‘Fans will no doubt be excited about this supplementally packed two-disc Collector's Edition.’

Pronunciation

supplementally

/ˌsʌplɪˈmɛnt(ə)li/