Many have augmented local police to establish a city defense force in preparation for an attack by ISIS.
They're augmented by globetrotters who want second and third homes in world-class cities.
The two most prominent examples are Google Glass—the augmented reality glasses project—and the self-driving car.
augmented reality has been a staple of science fiction since the dawn of computing.
Active-duty personnel alone amount to more than 1.3 million people, augmented by another 800,000 reservists.
The strength of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force was augmented, much artillery being added, besides three divisions of infantry.
This thought shot through his mind and augmented his consternation.
Here lies a bookseller, the leaf of his life being finished, awaiting a new edition, augmented and corrected.
He thought that the heat of party would be augmented by delay.
Never there to fore so Clearly laid open, and here and there very diligently bettered and augmented for the use of all Seamen.
c.1400, from Old French augmenter "increase, enhance" (14c.), from Late Latin augmentare "to increase," from Latin augmentum "an increase," from augere "to increase, make big, enlarge, enrich," from PIE root *aug- "to increase" (cf. Sanskrit ojas- "strength;" Lithuanian augu "to grow," aukstas "high, of superior rank;" Greek auxo "increase," auxein "to increase;" Gothic aukan "to grow, increase;" Old English eacien "to increase"). Related: Augmented; augmenting. As a noun from early 15c.