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adjunct /ˈæˌʤʌŋkt/  

  • noun
    plural -juncts
    [count] something that is joined or added to another thing but is not an essential part of it
    usually + to
    The Web site is designed as an adjunct to the book.
    grammar :a word or phrase (such as an adverb or prepositional phrase) that provides added information about the meaning of a verb in a sentence by expressing a relation of time, place, manner, etc.
    In They ate heartilythe word heartily is an adjunct and in We left at noonthe phrase at noon is an adjunct.
    always used before a noun
    added or joined in order to be used with something
    added to a teaching staff for only a short time or in a lower position than other staff
    adjunct faculty
    an adjunct professor