UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈædɪd/

WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. has the added [feature, bonus, benefit] of
  2. comes with an added [bonus]
  3. the (total) cost after the added value
  4. the [service, product] is an added value
  5. a value-added tax
  6. [with, contains] no added [sugar, preservatives, salt]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. add and subtract
  2. add or [remove, change, delete, edit]
  3. add [the two, them, two and two, these numbers] together
  4. add it to the [total, sum, list]
  5. add up the [total, cost, total cost]
  6. it all adds up to [a fortune, $1000, a large amount]
  7. add a [comment, link, message, rating]
  8. add to [favorites, bookmarks, cart]
  9. added [new, additional, more] features
  10. added new [features, information, sections, products, services]
  11. add [text, sound] to your [image, website]
  12. add more [salt, pepper, sugar, spice] (to)
  13. adding more salt to the wound
  14. adding on a (new) [addition, subdivision, wing]
  15. (which) adds another [layer, dimension] to
  16. (which) adds to the [overall, general] [feel] of
  17. [which, it] adds to the [overall] [feel, feeling, experience]
  18. adding to the [concern for, panic over]
  19. [will, should, can't] be added
  20. [recently, previously] added
  21. [they, all these expenses] add up
  22. (it) all adds up to a [great, sad, thrilling]
  23. (just) doesn't add up
  24. and added that
  25. he added [hastily, with a smile]
  26. I should add that
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