Definition of "supplementation" [sup•ple•men•ta•tion]
The act of supplementing(noun)
Something added as a supplement(noun)
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Use "supplementation" in a sentence
"- Using a model that was constructed to be consistent with the Joint Tax revenue estimates, we find that the deficit impact of the policy is highly sensitive to the assumptions that CBO might make regarding the willingness of retiree drug plan sponsors to maintain supplementation for Part D cost sharing."
"By contrast, in a more modern interdisciplinarity that, we could argue, Romanticism invents, the formation of interdisciplines through a process of supplementation is the (in) completion of one discipline by another, in a process wherein disciplines in a positive sense remain a point of reference only in their "critical negation" (Ferris 1251-53)."
"I would 2nd the motion to see if iron supplementation is needed in a month or two."