That which supplies a deficiency, or meets a want; a store; a supply.
That which fills up, completes, or makes an addition to, something already organized, arranged, or set apart; specifically, a part added to, or issued as a continuation of, a book or paper, to make good its deficiencies or correct its errors.
To fill up or supply by addition; to add something to.
A request for additional funds either for the current operating year or for any future year recommended previously. Also known as a Type 3 application or award, a supplement can be either non-competing or competing.
A feed used with another feed to improve the nutritive balance of the total ration.
To add minerals, vitamins, or other minor ingredients (volumewise) to a ration.
An additive to flour or dough to improve the processing, eating or nutritional qualities.
This is a term used to describe a preparation such as a tablet, pill, or powder that contains nutrients. Supplements are used to help you achieve optimal nutrient intake.
An extra sheet, section, or number, that may accompany the regular issue of a serial or which has a formal relationship as expressed by a common title or subtitle, and/or a stated intention to continue or supplement the original serial title.
a continuation of Medicare
An item, usually issued separately, that complements one already published by bringing up-to-date or otherwise continuing the original or by containing a special feature not included in the original; the supplement has a formal relationship with the original as expressed by common authorship, a common title or subtitle, and/or a stated intention to continue or supplement the original.
Additional matter, more extensive than an addendum, issued under separate cover and title page, in serial or monographic form, for the stated purpose of complementing a previously published work, usually to clarify, continue, expand, or update it or to add a special feature (maps, statistics, directory information, etc.).
The number of degrees which, if added to a specified arc, make it 180°; the quantity by which an arc or an angle falls short of 180 degrees, or an arc falls short of a semicircle.
textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end
something which is added to something else in order to improve it or complete it.
Supplementing a pleading is similar to amending a pleading, but there is a technical difference between the two procedures. (This difference can become important when the original pleading was filed very close to the 90-day Right to Sue deadline or to the statute of limitations for your legal claim.) When you supplement a pleading, you change it to take into account some new event that happened after you filed the first pleading. The supplemental pleading is added to the pleadings in the case, but it does not replace your original pleading. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 15(d).
A series of articles around a subject that is funded by special advertising relating to that subject.
The use of federal funds provided by regulation to supplement the level of state and local funds expended by a grantee (or agency) that will in no case replace those state and local funds on an aggregate basis.
A filing made that updates a more detailing filing. A common example is a supplement made to a prospectus when a key feature changes, such as the fund manager.
a dietary ingredient taken by mouth
an application to allow a company to make changes in a product that already has an approved new drug application (NDA)
A marketing application submitted for changes in a product that already has an approved NDA. FDA must approve all important NDA changes (in packaging or ingredients, for instance) to ensure that the conditions originally set for the product are not adversely affected.