[ ad-end, uh-dend ]
/ ˈæd ɛnd, əˈdɛnd /
any of a group of numbers or terms added together to form a sum.
(formerly) a number that is added to another in forming a sum.
- added entry,
- added line,
- added sixth,
- added title page,
- added-value tax,
Origin of addend
First recorded in 1905–10; shortening of addendum
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Examples from the Web for addend
In arithmetic operations it holds the addend, subtrahend, multiplicand, or divisor.Preliminary Specifications: Programmed Data Processor Model Three (PDP-3)|Digital Equipment Corporation
"I will addend to it, Leftenant," replied Meyer with perfect calmness and with his mechanical salute.Overland|John William De Forest
/ (ˈædɛnd, əˈdɛnd) /
any of a set of numbers that is to be addedCompare sum 1 (def. 1)
Word Origin for addend
C20: short for addendum
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[ ăd′ĕnd′ ]
A number that is added to another number.
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