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an·cil·lar·y

(an'si-lār-ē),
Auxiliary, accessory, or secondary.
[L. ancillaris, relating to a maidservant]

ancillary

[an′səler′ē]
Etymology: L, ancillaris, handmaid
pertaining to something that is subordinate, auxiliary, or supplementary.

ancillary

adjective Referring to that which is over and above a norm; additional, supplementary. The term is included highlight the differences in pronunciation between British and American English. 

Medspeak-UK: pronounced, ann SILL urry.
Medspeak-US: pronounced, ANN sill airy.

an·cil·la·ry

(an'sil-ar-ē)
Auxiliary, accessory, or secondary.
[L. ancillaris, relating to a maidservant]
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