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augment definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make (anything already created or really under method) higher, as with dimensions, level, or amount: Continuing rains augmented the floodwaters.
    • Linguistics To add an augment to.
    • To enlarge or rise in size, quantity, or degree; to swell; in order to make bigger
    • to include an augment to.
    • To make (anything currently developed or really under method) greater, such as size, degree, or quantity: Continuing rains augmented the floodwaters.
    • Linguistics to incorporate an augment to.
    • To enlarge or escalation in dimensions, amount, or level; to enlarge; to help make bigger
    • To add an augment to.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become augmented. See Synonyms at boost.
    • to improve; to cultivate larger, more powerful, or higher intense.
    • To become augmented. See Synonyms at boost.
    • To increase; to cultivate larger, more powerful, or even more intense.
  • noun:
    • Linguistics The prefixation of a vowel accompanying a past tense, especially of Greek and Sanskrit verbs.
    • in certain Indo-European languages, a prefix e- (a- in Sanskrit) suggesting a past tense of a verb.
    • Enlargement by inclusion; increase.
    • A vowel prefixed, or a lengthening associated with the preliminary vowel, to mark past time, as in Greek and Sanskrit verbs.
    • Boost; development by addition; enhancement.
    • In sentence structure, an addition at the beginning of particular previous indicative tenses for the verb in part of the Indo-European languages.
    • In pathology, the time scale of a fever between its commencement as well as its height.
    • Linguistics The prefixation of a vowel associated a past tight, specifically of Greek and Sanskrit verbs.
    • in a few Indo-European languages, a prefix e- (a- in Sanskrit) suggesting a past tense of a verb.
    • Enlargement by addition; enhance.
    • A vowel prefixed, or a lengthening regarding the preliminary vowel, to mark overdue, like in Greek and Sanskrit verbs.
    • Boost; enhancement by inclusion; enlargement.
    • In grammar, an addition at the beginning of specific past indicative tenses of this verb in a part of the Indo-European languages.
    • In pathology, the period of a fever between its commencement and its own height.
  • verb:
    • to boost; to create larger or product.
    • to develop; to improve; to be greater.
    • To slow the tempo or meter, e.g. for a dramatic or stately passageway.
    • to improve an interval, particularly the biggest period in a triad, by a half step (chromatic semitone).
    • grow or intensify
    • enlarge or enhance
    • To increase; to help make larger or product.
    • to develop; to increase; in order to become greater.
    • To slow the tempo or meter, e.g. for a dramatic or stately passage.
    • To increase an interval, especially the biggest period in a triad, by a half action (chromatic semitone).
    • grow or intensify
    • enlarge or enhance
  • others:
    • to boost; expand in dimensions or level; swell: because, to enhance an army by reinforcement; impatience augments an evil.
    • In grammar, to incorporate an augment to.
    • In heraldry, to make an honorable addition to, as a coat of arms.
    • to be better in dimensions, amount, degree, etc.; enhance; grow larger.
    • To increase; expand in dimensions or extent; swell: since, to increase an army by support; impatience augments an evil.
    • In grammar, to include an augment to.
    • In heraldry, to produce an honorable addition to, as a coat of hands.
    • To become better in dimensions, amount, level, etc.; boost; grow larger.
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