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extensive
American English: /ɪkˈstɛnsɪv/
British English: /ɪkˈstɛnsɪv/
, /ɛkˈstɛnsɪv/

Translation of extensive in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (area/estate/field)
    an extensive circle of friends
    un amplio círculo de amistades
    extensive farming
    agricultura (feminine) extensiva
    1.2
    (knowledge)
    (experience/coverage)
    (search/inquiries)
    Example sentences
    • This extensive over-development would affect the lives of everyone living in Fulford.
    • Today it belongs to the Rockefeller Foundation, but the extensive gardens are open to small guided tours.
    • The garden, quite extensive at that, had sported an abandoned look for a long time.
    1.3
    (damage/repairs)
    de envergadura
    to make extensive use of something
    hacer abundante uso de algo
    Example sentences
    • I have a fairly extensive amount of work done on the subject, and a number of links that are worth following.
    • Your Honour will realise there is an extensive amount of material on there.
    • There's nowhere else in the world you could see such an extensive and amazing collection of modern art.

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