additionally

[[t]ədɪ̱ʃənəli[/t]]
1) ADV: ADV with cl You use additionally to introduce something extra such as an extra fact or reason. [FORMAL]

All teachers are qualified to teach their native language. Additionally, we select our teachers for their engaging personalities...

The maintenance programme will additionally seek to keep the sites free of graffiti.

Syn:
2) ADV: ADV with v Additionally is used to say that something happens to a greater extent than before.

The birds are additionally protected in the reserves at Birsay...

He will sign a personal guarantee to additionally secure the loan.


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