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American English: /ɪkˈstɛnt/
British English: /ɪkˈstɛnt/
, /ɛkˈstɛnt/

Translation of extent in Spanish:


  • 1 (size, area) it's 200km2 in extent
    es de 200km2 de extensión
    to its fullest extent
    en toda su extensión
    Example sentences
    • By all means, send me a city map that covers the full extent of the subway.
    • Another looks to the extent of the property covered by the security.
    • Some of these are pictured and show the extent of flooding anticipated as dark blue and light blue areas.
  • 2 2.1 (range, degree — of knowledge)
    (— of problem)
    the extent of the damage
    la importancia or el alcance de los daños
    (in monetary terms)
    la cuantía de los daños
    I then realized the full extent of his involvement
    entonces me di cuenta de hasta qué punto estaba involucrado
    2.2 (in phrases) to some extent, to a certain extent
    hasta cierto punto
    en cierta medida
    to a large extent
    en gran parte
    en buena medida
    to a greater/lesser extent
    en mayor/menor medida
    en mayor/menor grado
    it irritated me to such an extent that I left
    me molestó hasta tal punto que me fui
    to the extent ofit hurt to the extent of making me cry
    me dolió tanto or hasta tal punto que me eché a llorar
    I can't go to the extent of actually firing her
    no puedo llegar al extremo de despedirla
    to that extent
    hasta ese punto
    to what extent
    en qué medida
    hasta qué punto
    I don't know to what extent he's involved
    no sé en qué medida or hasta qué punto está involucrado
    Example sentences
    • It's pointless asking a man of O'Callaghan's scale the extent of his wealth.
    • This is important for determining if patients with the disease differ and to quantify the extent of infection.
    • This is especially so with regard to the geographical extent of globalization.

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