Synonyms of add in English:

add


See definition of add

verb

1‘the front porch was added in 1751’

SYNONYMS
attach, build on, add on, put on, put in, append, adjoin, join, affix, connect, annex
include
prefix, prepend
ANTONYMS

remove

2‘the calculating machine could store and add 23-digit numbers’

SYNONYMS
add up, add together, total, count, count up, figure up, compute, calculate, reckon, tally, enumerate, find the sum of
British tot up
dated cast up
ANTONYMS

subtract

3‘she added that she had every confidence in Laura’

SYNONYMS
go on to say, state further, continue, carry on
informal tack on, tag on

Phrases

    add up

    1‘the subsidies added up to £1700’


    SYNONYMS

    amount to, come to, run to, number, make, total, equal, be equal to, be equivalent to, count as

    British

    tot up to

    2‘the recent riots add up to a severe and deepening crisis’


    SYNONYMS

    amount to, constitute, comprise, equal, be equivalent to, approximate to

    signify, signal, mean, indicate, suggest, denote, point to, be evidence of, be symptomatic of

    informal

    spell, spell out

    literary

    betoken

    3‘the situation just didn't add up’


    SYNONYMS

    make sense, seem reasonable, seem plausible, stand to reason, stand up, hold up, hold water, bear examination, bear investigation, be verifiable, ring true, be convincing

    add to

    ‘her decision just added to his woe’


    SYNONYMS

    increase, magnify, amplify, augment, intensify, heighten, deepen, enhance, boost, inflate, escalate

    exacerbate, aggravate, inflame, worsen, make worse, compound, reinforce

    add fuel to the fire, add fuel to the flames, fan the flames, put salt on the wound

    ANTONYMS

    lessen

    add something up

    ‘I added up all the subtotals’


    SYNONYMS

    total, add together, count, count up, figure up, compute, calculate, reckon, tally, enumerate, find the sum of

    British

    tot up

    dated

    cast up

    ANTONYMS

    subtract