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extra- British & World English

Outside; beyond

extra British & World English

Added to an existing or usual amount or number

extra cover British & World English

A fielding position between cover point and mid-off but further from the wicket

extra large British & World English

Of a very large size relative to similar items of the same type

extra point British & World English

A point awarded for a successful placekick following a touchdown.point after touchdown

extra time British & World English

A further period of play added on to a game if the scores are equal

extra-base hit British & World English

A base hit that allows a batter to safely reach second base, third base, or home without the benefit of a fielding error; a double, triple, or home run

extra innings British & World English

The continuation of a tie game beyond the usual nine innings

extra special British & World English

Particularly good or significant

extra virgin British & World English

Denoting a particularly fine grade of olive oil made from the first pressing of the olives and containing a maximum of one per cent oleic acid

optional extra British & World English

A non-essential additional item which is available for purchase

go the extra mile British & World English

Make a special effort to achieve something

go the extra mile in mile British & World English

Make a special effort to achieve something

extralegal British & World English

(Of an action or situation) beyond the province of the law

extramural British & World English

(Of a course of study) arranged for people who are not full-time members of a university or other educational establishment

extrasolar British & World English

Outside the solar system

extramarital British & World English

(Especially of sexual relations) occurring outside marriage

extramundane British & World English

Outside or beyond the physical world

extramusical British & World English

Extrinsic to a piece of music or outside the field of music

extrauterine British & World English

Existing, formed, or occurring outside the uterus

extracorporeal British & World English

Situated or occurring outside the body

extracurricular British & World English

(Of an activity at a school or college) pursued in addition to the normal course of study

extrafamilial British & World English

Outside the family

extragalactic British & World English

Situated, occurring, or originating outside the Milky Way galaxy

extrajudicial British & World English

(Of a sentence) not legally authorized

extralinguistic British & World English

Not involving or beyond the bounds of language

extraordinary British & World English

Very unusual or remarkable

extratropical British & World English

Situated or occurring outside the tropics

extravehicular British & World English

Relating to work performed in space outside a spacecraft

extraterrestrial British & World English

Of or from outside the earth or its atmosphere

extraterritorial British & World English

(Of a law or decree) valid outside a country’s territory

extra English Thesaurus

a potential source of extra income

extra English-Spanish

de más

extra Spanish-English

top quality, fancy grade

extra- Spanish-English

extra-

extra-large English-Spanish

extra grande

extra time English-Spanish

prórroga feminine, tiempo masculine suplementario, tiempos masculine plural extra Mexico/México

tiempo extra Spanish-English

overtime, extra time

optional extra English-Spanish

accesorio, extra masculine

paga extra Spanish-English

extra month's salary generally paid twice a year

tiempo extra Spanish-English

overtime, extra time

aceite de oliva extra virgen Spanish-English

extra virgin olive oil

extra muros in extramuros Spanish-English

outside the town (, on the outskirts of the town (


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