(n.) = contribution. Ex: A further contribution to the international bibliographical control of serials was the CONSER Project (Conversion of Serials). (v.) = bring ; inject ; plug into ; chime in with ; kick in ; bring in ; bring + Nombre + to the table. Ex: Subject experts may bring a more informed and critical eye to document analysis. Ex: The abstractor injects his opinion and analysis. Ex: In addition, when the heuristic approach is plugged into this interchange, the many additional facets of human personality and experience transform the exchange. Ex: Thanks for chiming in with a wonderful explanation. Ex: Everyone kicked in twenty bucks each and the winning team got to donate it to the charity of their choice. Ex: Please print this form, fill it out, and bring it in or send it to us. Ex: The Army Reserve's citizen-soldiers bring many skills to the table. ---- * aportar a = make + contribution to(wards). * aportar beneficios = lead to + benefits ; bring + benefits ; bring + benefits. * aportar ideas = contribute + ideas ; brainstorm. * aportar materia prima para = provide + grist for + Posesivo + mill. * aportar sugerencias = contribute + suggestions. * aportar ventajas = bring + strengths.