(=put in, put on)
[+eggs, cheese, chlorine] ajouter
→ Add the grated cheese to the sauce.
→ Since 1908, chlorine has been added to drinking water.
→ He wants to add a huge sports complex to Binfield Manor.
Add two eggs to the mixture. Ajoutez deux œufs au mélange.
to add sth and sth, to add sth to sth additionner qch à qch
Add three and fourteen., Add three to fourteen. Additionnez trois à quatorze.
to add sth together
(=calculate total of) additionner qch
→ Add all the interest and other charges together.
→ I feel it is unnecessary for me to add anything.
→ "He is extremely embarrassed," Mr Brigden added.
→ Hunt added his congratulations, saying, "Nigel has made a cracking job of it."
he added that ... il ajouta que ...
→ The Italian central bank added that the aim was to provide stability.
→ The herbs add flavour.
→ This delicious blend of cider and delicate fruit juices adds a little sparkle to any occasion.
→ So how do you go about building a pool, how much will it cost, and will it add value to your property?
→ Many young children cannot add.
to add to
(=increase) ajouter à → These extras add substantially to the cost of surgery. → The answers he got only added to his confusion. → Smiles, nods, and cheerful faces added to the general gaiety. This all adds to the cost. Tout cela ajoute au coût. added to this, added to that ajouté à cela → Much of Central Europe receives its heaviest rains in the summer. Added to that, the jet stream has trapped the thunderstorms in a gigantic loop. add to this the fact that ... ajoutez à cela que ...
n abbr ( attention deficit disorder) TDA m
vt sep ajouter
→ They add on 9 per cent for service.
→ Many loan application forms automatically add on insurance.
→ We added all the numbers up.
Add the figures up. Additionnez les chiffres.
→ Many young children cannot add up.
[savings, problems] s'ajouter
→ Even savings of a few pence can add up.
→ It's the little minor problems that add up.
to add up to millions of dollars s'élever à plusieurs millions de dollars
→ For a hit show, profits can add up to millions of dollars.
it doesn't add up to much ça n'est pas grand-chose
[statement] tenir debout, être cohérent (e)
→ Police said her statements did not add up.
→ It all adds up.
it doesn't add up cela ne rime à rien
(=extra component) (for equipment, stereo, computer etc)
→ Speakers are sold as add-ons for personal stereos ...
→ Nintendo hopes to price the add-on modem at less than $200.
(=supplement) (to flight)
→ flights from Heathrow (regional add-ons from £60)
[fee, cost] supplémentaire
→ There are no add-on costs and we take passengers right into the heart of London