|dietary supplement||muscle candy|
|dietary supplement||performance enhancer|
|dietary supplement||sports supplement|
|accessory, auxiliary part; supplement, appendix, assistant, attached temporarily to a staff, inessential part of sentence, something extra added on||adjunct|
|act of joining one thing to another; basic mathematical operation in which separate numbers are brought together into one total sum; augmentation, supplement, something added, annex, calculation, chemical reaction, putting in or on, see also:substitution||addition|
|add authorized signature to agreement, add extra information, add in writing, add as a supplement, attach something||append|
|add something to something, added part, advertising supplement in a magazine, place in, put in; add to; (Computers) place an object between two other objects (as in text, images, etc.), place something inside something, something created separately for...||insert|
|addition to a building, additional period of time, additional piece, additional telephone line, broader sense of an expression, expansion; branch of a telephone network; supplement, elongation; reprieve; group of letters (in DOS - 3 letters) which indi...||extension|
|addition, angle or arc, be additional part, complement, make up for a deficiency; add on to, add as a supplement, extra charge, food, make addition to something, periodical part, publication, something which makes up for a deficiency; addition, extra a...||supplement|
|addition; attachment, something added, supplement||addendum|
|additional, completing, serving as a supplement; additional, extra, something additional||supplementary|
|antigen-enhancing drug, drug-enhancing agent, helper, assistant; substance or treatment that is used as a supplement to the primary treatment (Medicine); substance added to an antigen or vaccine to increase the immune response (Immunology), helping age...||adjuvant|
|be present with something, escort somebody, go along with, go together with; join, attach, occur with something, provide musical backing, supplement something||accompany|
|body of Jewish dietary law which determines whether something is clean or fit to eat; adherence to Jewish dietary laws (also kashrut)||kashruth|
|body of Jewish dietary law which determines whether something is clean or fit to eat; adherence to Jewish dietary laws (also kashruth)||kashrut|
|calciferol, dietary supplement, ergocalciferol, viosterol|
, vitamin D from fish, vitamin D2 n, vitamin D3 n, vitamin important for bones
|cloth, coarse fibrous substances in food, dietary fiber, essential character, fibre, fibrous structure, long thick-walled plant cell, plant cells making rope and textiles, roughage, strength of character, thin root, thin thread, thin threadlike piece, ...||fiber|
|concerning foods in Jewish dietary law, dairy farm; store that sells milk products, dairy products, establishment that sells or processes milk, farm for milk production, place to make butter and cheese, place to store milk and cream, relating to milk p...||dairy|
|decorative element; minor part which complements the main musical part; musical piece played while a song is being performed, musical backing, simultaneous occurrence, supplement||accompaniment|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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