1 the act of amending or correcting
2 a statement that is added to or revises or improves a proposal or document (a bill or constitution etc.)
EtymologyFrench amendement, LL. amendamentum.
PronunciationIPA: WEAE /ʌˈmɛnd.mənt/
- An alteration or change for the better; correction of a fault or of faults; reformation of life by quitting vices.
- In public bodies; Any alteration made or proposed to be made in a bill or motion that adds, changes, substitutes, or omits.
- Correction of an error in a writ or process.
- An addition to and/or alteration of the United States Constitution, as in "The First Amendment guarantees freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition."
- That which is added; that which is used to increase or supplement something.
- a soil amendment
correction or addition to a law
that which is added
Amendment may refer to:
amendment in Vietnamese: Tu chính án
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