append

To append means to add on, usually to the end of something. You might want to append a clause onto a contract if you feel something has been left unsaid in it.

You’ve probably seen the word append before, at least as part of another word: appendix. An appendix is a final section appended onto a book that offers additional information or notes. You can also use append to mean to fix onto or to attach usually at the end. Sometimes you can change the meaning of a word by removing the suffix and appending another to it. You'd best not append your presentation with the remark that you actually don't know what you are talking about.

Definitions of append
1

v fix to; attach

append a charm to the necklace”
Synonyms:
hang on, tack, tack on, tag on
Types:
subjoin
add to the end
Type of:
attach
cause to be attached

v add to the very end

“He appended a glossary to his novel where he used an invented language”
Synonyms:
add on, affix, supplement
Types:
annex
attach to
Type of:
attach
cause to be attached

v state or say further

Synonyms:
add, supply
Types:
insert, slip in, sneak in, stick in
insert casually
toss in
add casually to a conversation
spatchcock
interpolate or insert (words) into a sentence or story
Type of:
say, state, tell
express in words

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