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extended

Line breaks: ex|tend¦ed
Pronunciation: /ɪkˈstɛndɪd
 
, ɛk-/

Definition of extended in English:

adjective

1Made larger; enlarged: an extended kitchen and new balcony
More example sentences
  • A greatly extended crowd attended the weekly whist on Monday, April 14.
  • He maintains that the sentence topic stated first in an extended text is frequently at the highest level in the semantic hierarchy.
  • Lyle and Eric Love are also expanding the Tiki Hut to create an extended bar and BBQ area.
1.1Lasting longer than is usual or expected; prolonged: an extended period of time
More example sentences
  • The bonus material on the second disc is largely composed of extended interviews.
  • A long-range goal of the Chinese expansion has been the development of a navy capable of extended tours far from home.
  • We all have similar stories, similar extended pasts.

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