addition

(redirected from in addition)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
Related to in addition: however, also

addition

(ă-di′shŏn) [L. addere, to add]
In chemistry, a reaction in which two substances unite without loss of atoms or valence.
References in periodicals archive ?
"They also took Concord, Ebel, Gianfranco Ferre and Gucci gold watches, in addition to a Fendi silver watch."
In addition to the combat operations, the fighter aircraft from both navies undertook composite formation flying, thereby demonstrating another step in the interoperability aimed through this exercise, the statement said.
In addition, the value added of agriculture and fisheries grew 4.9% in the first quarter of 2017.
In addition, there was an error in Figure 1, where the asterisk indicating significance post-capacitation for TOT/+Myo-Ins should have been removed.
In addition, the transportation group continued its upward pace during the month of October, with an increase of 1% for transportation, due to the rise in car prices by 2.6% and cost of maintenance by 0.3%.
In addition, there is a buy-back offer where customers can exchange their old mobile phones, smartphones, tablets or camera at the stand or at any Plug Ins store.
In addition to the system's deep water positioning performance, it also delivers valuable cost savings as it can be used with fewer acoustic transponders deployed on the seabed, significantly reducing set-up time following a vessel's arrival on location.
Under the special offer, those spending a minimum of Dh500 ($136) can win a Lexus IS250 premier in a mega raffle draw in addition to thousands of dirhams worth of prizes to be won every day, each hour.
"The growing naval cooperation between the two countries is also evident from the biennial naval exercise 'Dimdex' since 2008, which has increased high level visits in addition to cross training of naval officers and port visits by naval ships," the ambassador added.
In addition, they had two other off-hour customer support providers--one for phone and one for data.
This consensus was based off a series of clues and supporting evidence received from human rights organisations pointing to the fact that torture and acts of murder were taking place within these sit-ins, in addition to statements provided by eye witnesses along with photos which show that weapons were present and being by those protesting within the vicinity of the Republican Guard headquarters.
In addition the amount of money spent on domestic talent has reduced to PS4million in the last three years.