Meaning Adjunct

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A thing which is added or attached as a supplementary, rather than an essential part of something larger or more important.
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1590s, from Latin adiunctus "closely connected, joined, united," past participle of adiungere "join to" (see adjoin). Adjunct professor is 1826, American English.
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Any unmalted grain or other fermentable ingredient used in the brewing process. Adjuncts used are typically either rice or corn, and can also include honey, syrups, and numerous other sources of fermentable carbohydrates. They are common in mass produced light American lager-style beers.
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n. Something joined to or connected with another thing, but holding a subordinate place.
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Something added to another thing in a subordinate position or use; for example, an adjunct drug is one used in addition to another drug, not alone (add-on therapy).
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noun. 1. a substance which is utilized in conjunction with another substance in effort to remedy an illness and render a surplus of other medicinal effects. It is possible that a system of behaviors, varying from the behaviors of the origin substance, could be present. 2. a keyword or reference within a sentence which isn't a primary construct [..]
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A librarian employed part-time in an academic library at an institution that grants librarians faculty status. At some institutions, an adjunct employed less than half-time may not be eligible for benefits. Synonymous with part-time faculty.
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any substitute unmalted grain or fermentable ingredient added to a mash. Reduces cost and produces lighter-bodied, paler, and less malty beers.
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(n) something added to another thing but not an essential part of it(n) a construction that can be used to extend the meaning of a word or phrase but is not one of the main constituents of a sentence(n) a person who is an assistant or subordinate to another(adj) furnishing added support(adj) of or relating to a person who is subordinate to ano [..]
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Adjunct Instructor or Adjunct Professor signifies that the individual may be a part-time faculty member at Widener University.
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('forholdsadverbial'). A type of adverbial indicating the circumstances of the action. Adjuncts may be obligatory or optional. They express such relations as time, place, manner, reason, condition, i.e. they are answers to the questions where, when, how and why. E.g. He lives in Brazil (place adjunct). She was walking slowly (manner adjun [..]
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A substance added to a drug formulation to improve its pharmaceutical performance.
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Anything in a beer that isn’t hops, water, yeast or from the grain. They are added to the beer enhance one of the original 4 ingredients i.e. honey or fruit to change the taste, smell or colour.  They are very common in mass produced lager-style beers as it’s an easy way to change the end product.
Source: beerhawk.co.uk

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Any unmalted grain used as a source of sugar in brewing.
Source: northamericanbrewers.org

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Fermentable material used as a substitute for traditional grains, to make beer lighter-bodied or cheaper.
Source: beeradvocate.com

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(also called "modifier") a word, clause, or phrase that modifies or qualifies a verb or noun; when removed the sentence is still grammatically correct (see "complement")
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1. Something joined or added to another thing, but not essentially a part of it. "Learning is but an adjunct to our self." (Shak) 2. A person joined to another in some duty or service; a colleague; an associate. 3. A word or words added to quality or amplify the force of other words; as, the History of the American Revolution, where the w [..]
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An adjunct is any processor connected to a switch that can use ASAI features. The adjunct makes a routing decision according to caller information and/or agent availability, and it returns the routing response to the switch.
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An appendage; something attached to something else in a subordinate capacity. * Shakespeare *: Learning is but an adjunct to our self. A person associated with another, usually in a subordinate position; a colleague. Wotton (grammar) A dispensable phrase in a clause or sentence that amplifies its meaning, such as "for a while" in "I typed [..]
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A chemical or biological substance added to a drug formulation for better performance
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In linguistics, an adjunct is an optional, or structurally dispensable, part of a sentence, clause, or phrase that, if removed or discarded, will not otherwise affect the remainder of the sentence. Example: In the sentence John helped Bill in Central Park, the phrase in Central Park is an adjunct. A more detailed definition of the adjunct emphasize [..]
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Adjunct may refer to: Adjunct (grammar), words used as modifiers Adjunct professor, a rank of university professor Adjuncts, sources of sugar used in brewing Adjunct therapy used to complement another main therapeutic agent, either to improve efficacy or to reduce side-effects The adjugate of a matrix, sometimes called the adjunct
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Adjunct may refer to: Adjunct (grammar), words used as modifiers Adjunct professor, a rank of university professor Adjuncts, sources of sugar used in brewing Adjunct therapy used to complement another main therapeutic agent, either to improve efficacy or to reduce side-effects The adjugate of a matrix, sometimes called the adjunct
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1580s, from Latin adiunctus "closely connected, joined, united" (as a noun, "a characteristic, essential attribute"), past participle of adiungere "join to" (see adjoin).
Source: etymonline.com


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