in addition to (someone)

in addition to (someone)

Along or in conjunction with someone else. A: "No, Holly's coming too, in addition to your mother." B: "OK, I'll put out two more place settings." In addition to existing security staff, we've hired another two dozen guards to help patrol the grounds during the event.
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in addition to

Over and above; besides.
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