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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbolt-onˈbolt-on adjective especially British English   bolt-on part/component/extra
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bolt-onYet it should not simply be a bolt-on addition at the end.
From Longman Business Dictionarybolt-onˈbolt-on adjective [only before noun] a bolt-on part can be added on easily to a machine, system, or service, without making any big changesIn manufacturing, bolt-on software may be used to supplement the core system.bolt-on noun [countable]You can find more great cellphone bolt-ons at our online shop.
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