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Adjective
Large or wide in size, or covering a large area
“Lyle and Eric Love are also expanding the Tiki Hut to create an extended bar and BBQ area.”
Adjective
Extensive or comprehensive in scope
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“Claimants submit that the State's offer to arbitrate can be large, but that this does not mean that such extended scope of the commitment to arbitrate is imposed upon the investor.”
Adjective
Lasting a long time, or longer than is usual or expected
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“Specific licenses may be issued authorizing transactions for multiple trips over an extended period of time.”
Adjective
Not literal, but symbolic, figurative or metaphoric
“Youths tend to employ more emoticons and graphic signs with an extended meaning.”
Adjective
Verbose or long-winded in speech or expression
“On one occasion, Walker delivered an extended speech against a bill whose passage by the United States House of Representatives was a foregone conclusion.”
Adjective
Fully extended or expanded
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Jutting or projecting outwards
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Extended or expanded, as from internal pressure
Adjective
Impressive or grand in size, appearance, or manner
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Adjective
Pertaining to a distant or future period
Adjective
Large in scale or size
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Spread out over a wide area
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Becoming evident after a relatively long time period
Adjective
Extending or growing in an outward direction or movement
Adjective
Having been increased by repeated addition or aggregation
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Extended, outstretched, or raised in a vertically upward direction
Adjective
A greater amount
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Stretched or pulled tight
Verb
To have made a quantity bigger
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“The first and second sets of fibers are combined using a false twisting process such that the second fibers do not extend the length of the rope.”
Verb
(led to) To be a route or means of access
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To have put forward one's questions
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To have furnished with, or caused to be present
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“It is our great pleasure to extend this award to the Centre for Research and Innovation.”
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Past tense for to hold (something) out towards someone
“I would then extend my hand to him as a gesture of peace.”
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Past tense for to spread from a central point to cover a wider area
“The desert sands of central Western Australia extend right up to the coast at Shark Bay.”
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Past tense for to cause to last longer
“Bruce would decide to extend the concert by playing a few old favorites.”
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Past tense for to stick or jut out
“Two gravity pipeline laterals would extend from the canal to deliver water to land downstream.”
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Past tense for to increase in quantity by weakening or adulterating additions
“The company has been known to extend its ice-cream with thickeners and other additives.”
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