Noun Add-ons Definition and Examples







Something that has been or can be added to an existing object or arrangement.
  1. 'A few hours later she drove away in her vehicle of choice - purchased on her terms, with no expensive extras or add-ons.'
  2. 'Other add-ons included neatly tucked but well-lit steel running boards, sunroof, adjustable pedals, effective back-up sensors, and more.'
  3. 'Selecting from a large choice of add-ons will automatically update the retail price of the car at the bottom of the customer's screen.'
  4. 'Optional add-ons include horse-riding, canyoning, and whale-watching in the Straits of Gibraltar.'
  5. 'The dealer put me on a tariff for £25 a month with 500 minutes inclusive talk-time and an add-on pack for an extra £5 for 75 texts a month.'
  6. 'In the end, both of the bonus tracks come off as inessential add-ons included for marketing, rather than musical, reasons.'
  7. 'The evening shifts and the distance education courses are add-ons; they provide an element of flexibility to the students.'
  8. 'Skilful driving is rewarded with funds to customise cars, with the usual array of add-ons and fine-tuning tricks that armchair boy-racers drool over.'
  9. 'The product is an add-on to an existing or new security system and provides a more sophisticated level of monitoring and notification.'
  10. 'Well, there's supposed to be the incentive of bonus material, but the extra add-ons to the disc prove to be anything but a ‘bonus.’'
  11. as modifier 'now you can get the incredible sound of compact disc without getting an add-on amplifier'
  12. 'It will probably never appear in the official kernel, but can be used as an add-on package to increase the security of your Linux system.'
  13. 'Most products are currently add-on devices - Bluetooth needs to be integrated before it will gain ground in the marketplace.'
  14. 'Setting a secure password policy with no enforcement mechanism would have been pointless, so Burnette installed an add-on system component that would allow them to enforce it.'
  15. 'For example, consider a computerized appointment calendar that we might want to build as an add-on module to our existing address book.'
  16. 'And as more people use a particular package, more developers become trained in customizing the system and more software add-ons are created.'
  17. 'This add-on security software operates with the new BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.0 for Microsoft ® Exchange and Java-based handhelds.'
  18. 'They don't limit themselves with integrating wireless controllers directly into the mainboard or adding a special-purpose add-on card as an accessory.'
  19. 'SolidWorks is an excellent program, and when you include its add-ons and third-party products, it becomes a formidable tool and suite that continues to raise the bar in 3D mechanical design.'
  20. 'The disadvantage was that the bridge/router was a fairly expensive add-on device.'


1. a device or unit added to equipment or a construction: an add-on to a computer; a nice add-on to an old house.

2. an extra charge: Add-ons for taxes and tour guide fees boosted the price of the vacation to $2,500.

3. an additional item, as a rider or provision: This is just another legislative add-on.

4. anything added on: a hi-fi system that can be augmented with add-ons like extra speakers. adjective

5. being installed or provided as an add-on: an add-on speaker system.


"add-onses can be to lines."
"add-onses can be to hotels."
"add-onses can be to covers."
"add-onses can be to bills."
"add-onses can be through explorations."
"add-onses can be such as modules."
"add-onses can be including windows."
"add-onses can be including packages."
"add-onses can be in series."
"add-onses can be for things."
"add-onses can be at auctions."
"add-onses can be after starts."



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