adjective: Of secondary importance: "For Degas, sculpture was never more than ancillary to his painting” ( Herbert Read).
adjective: Auxiliary; helping: an ancillary pump.
noun: Something, such as a workbook, that is subordinate to something else, such as a textbook.
noun: Archaic A servant.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
US Airways for example is set to earn ancillary revenues of $400 million to $500 million from its ancillary revenue programme in 2009.
However, we have, in California and other state, what we call ancillary probate.
But there's still a lot of what we call ancillary action around.
Beyond the salary cap system issues that divide the sides, union executive director Billy Hunter said there were six pages of what he called ancillary items, such as the draft age and the commissioner's disciplinary rights, that still must be addressed before a deal.
The trend toward à la carte pricing - once the hallmark of no-frills, low-cost carriers - has in recent years been adopted by the legacy airlines, and will likely continue in 2009, as carriers try to boost what they call ancillary revenue.