(n.) something or someone attached to another in a dependent or subordinate position.
(adj.) added or connected in a subordinate, temporary, or auxiliary position.
(trans. v.) to combine into a unified or an integrated whole; to unite.
(n.) A) a person from one's own country. B) a colleague.
(n.) A) a secret or confidential meeting. B) a meeting of family members or associates.
(adj.) A) sharing an edge or boundary; neighboring; adjacent. B) connecting in time without a break; uninterrupted.
(adj.) A) widely spread or scattered; not concentrated. B) wordy or unclear.
(trans. v.) to pour out and cause to spread freely; to spread; to scatter.
(intrans. v.) A) to extend in different directions from a common point; to branch out. B) to differ in opinion or in manner. C) to depart from a set course or norm; to deviate.
(n.) equality in amount, status, or value; functional equivalence.
(n.) the interaction or cooperation of agents or forces so that their combined effect is greater than the sum of their individual effects.
(trans. v.) A) to pass beyond the limits of; to be greater than; to surpass. B) to exist above and independent of.