amendment /əˈmɛn(d)m(ə)nt/

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I. noun

1. a minor change or addition designed to improve a text, piece of legislation, etc.

an amendment to existing bail laws.
2. ( Amendment) an article added to the US Constitution

the First Amendment.
3. something which is added to soil in order to improve its texture or fertility.

you can add some soil-texturizing amendments to improve soil drainage.
– origin Middle English (in the sense ‘improvement, correction’): from Old French amendement, from amender (see amend).

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