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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsupplementarysup‧ple‧men‧ta‧ry /ˌsʌpləˈmentəri◂/ ●○○ AWL adjective  MOVE/CHANGE POSITIONprovided in addition to what already exists syn additional supplementary informationsee thesaurus at more
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supplementaryStrikes that are more likely to attract supplementary benefit are those involving large numbers, which last long and which are official.A substantial, well-preserved Iron Age settlement with two encircling ramparts and supplementary earthworks.Under Article 112 the Finance Minister must approve all supplementary expenditure.What they had achieved with a few weeks of supplementary feeding was remarkable.Some supplementary finance is available in the form of grants or loans.The Investment Business Gazettes offer very useful supplementary information.supplementary insurance coverageSecondly, it prohibited local authorities from levying supplementary rates.Pensions, health insurance, supplementary unemployment compensation have added to the protection.
From Longman Business Dictionarysupplementarysup‧ple‧men‧ta‧ry /ˌsʌpləˈmentəri◂/ adjective provided in addition to what is already thereIf a purchaser wishes to obtainsupplementary information, they should contact one of our representatives.For most retired people, even those withsupplementary pensions, state welfare is a financial lifeline.Supplementary financing will provide about 8 percent of funds.
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