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extensivo
also: feminine: extensiva

Translation of extensivo in English:

adjetivo

  • 1 (aplicable) [formal]ser extensivo a alguien/algo
    to apply to somebody/something
    be applicable to somebody/something
    hacer extensivo
    [formal]
    quisiera hacer extensivo mi agradecimiento a todo el personal
    I would like to extend my thanks to all the staff
Example sentences
  • La toma de responsabilidades por el desarrollo desde el nivel local o territorial exige el acompañamiento de un acelerado y extensivo programa de capacitación y orientación.
  • Es difícil, todavía, pronosticar qué tan extensivas serán las implicaciones.
  • Esta medida no es extensiva a empresas privadas de ese país.

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