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  1. A supplement is extra text that is added to the end of a book.
    At the back of the book was a supplement with maps showing where the story took place.
  2. A supplement is a small insert or magazine added to a newspaper.
    He read the sport supplement that came with the Sunday paper.
  3. A supplement is an extra that is added to something.
    His hotel bill included an internet connection supplement.
  4. (grammar) A supplement is a loosely attached expression set off by intonation and usually punctuation, presenting supplementary, non-integrated content.

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  1. To supplement is to add something extra.
    The doctor told him to supplement his new diet with vitamins.

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parts of speech noun - verb - adjective - adnoun - adverb - determinative/determiner - article - participle - pronoun - conjunction - preposition - interjection
grammatical functions head - dependent - subject - predicate - predicator - object - complement - predicative complement - predicative adjunct - predicative oblique - appositive oblique - modifier - supplement- adjunct - determiner/specifier
clauses main clause - dependent clause - subordinate clause - relative clause