extend definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to open up or straighten (one thing) out; unbend: extended the feet of this folding dining table.
    • To stretch or spread (some thing) out to higher or fullest length: extended radio stations antenna.
    • To exert (oneself) vigorously or to full ability: Few hill climbers have extended on their own as those two have.
    • To cause to maneuver at full gallop. Used of a horse.
    • to boost in volume or volume by the addition of a cheaper material: made use of rice or spaghetti to increase leftover casseroles.
    • To adulterate.
    • To expand the location, scope, or range of.
    • to enhance the impact of.
    • To make much more extensive or comprehensive. See Synonyms at boost.
    • to supply: extend one's greetings.
    • to offer; provide: expand credit to skilled customers.
    • resulting in (something) to be or last longer: extended our check out by per day.
    • To prolong the time permitted for repayment of: extend financing for three more months.
    • Chiefly British To appraise or examine; value.
    • Chiefly British To seize or make a levy on for the intended purpose of settling a debt.
    • To loosen up; to prolong in area; to hold forward or carry on in total
    • To expand, as a surface or volume; to grow; to spread; to amplify.
    • To expand; to broaden; to carry out further; ; to continue, as time; to lengthen; to prolong.
    • to put up away or reach forth, given that arm or hand.
    • To bestow; available; to provide; to make use of.
    • to boost in quantity by weakening or adulterating additions.
    • To value, as places taken by a writ of level in pleasure of a debt; to assign by writ of level.
    • to start or straighten (one thing) out; unbend: extended the feet for the foldable dining table.
    • To extend or spread (some thing) out to better or fullest size: extended the radio antenna.
    • To exert (oneself) vigorously or even complete capability: couple of hill climbers have extended by themselves as those two have.
    • resulting in to go at full gallop. Used of a horse.
    • to improve in volume or volume by adding a cheaper substance: made use of rice or spaghetti to give leftover casseroles.
    • To adulterate.
    • To enlarge the area, range, or array of.
    • To expand the impact of.
    • to produce much more extensive or inclusive. See Synonyms at increase.
    • to provide: extend one's greetings.
    • To make available; supply: extend credit to competent customers.
    • To cause (something) to-be or last for a longer time: extended our go to by each day.
    • To prolong enough time allowed for payment of: extend that loan for three more months.
    • Chiefly British To appraise or examine; price.
    • Chiefly British To seize or make a levy on for the true purpose of deciding a debt.
    • To loosen up; to prolong in space; to hold ahead or continue long
    • To expand, as a surface or amount; to grow; to distribute; to amplify.
    • To enlarge; to widen; to carry out additional; ; to carry on, as time; to lengthen; to prolong.
    • to carry on or achieve forth, as arm or hand.
    • To bestow; to offer; to impart; to utilize.
    • to improve in volume by weakening or adulterating additions.
    • To appreciate, as places taken by a writ of level in pleasure of a debt; to assign by writ of level.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • is or come to be very long, large, or extensive: influence that extended to other continents; table feet that extend by unscrewing.
    • become or be long, large, or comprehensive: impact that extended with other continents; dining table feet that extend by unscrewing.
  • verb:
    • To increase in extent.
    • to own a particular degree.
    • resulting in to improve in level.
    • To cause to last for a longer period of time.
    • To straighten (a limb).
    • reach outward in room
    • increase in volume or volume by the addition of a less expensive material
    • use to the most; exert vigorously or to complete capacity
    • available or look into; unbend
    • span an interval of distance, space or time
    • offer in scope or range or location
    • carry on or expand
    • cause to move at complete gallop
    • increase a person's limbs or muscle tissue, and/or physique
    • increase the impact of
    • offer verbally
    • stretch out over a distance, area, time, or range; run or increase between two points or beyond a specific point
    • make available; supply
    • increase or extend to a better or perhaps the full length
    • lengthen eventually; reason to be or stay longer
    • thrust or expand away
    • prolong enough time permitted for payment of
    • to improve in extent.
    • To possess a specific extent.
    • resulting in to boost in extent.
    • resulting in to last for a longer time period.
    • To straighten (a limb).
    • get to outward in space
    • boost in quantity or bulk with the addition of a cheaper compound
    • use to the utmost; use vigorously or even full capacity
    • available or deal with; unbend
    • period an interval of distance, space or time
    • stretch in scope or range or location
    • carry on or stretch
    • cause to go at complete gallop
    • extend an individual's limbs or muscles, and/or system
    • increase the impact of
    • offer verbally
    • stretch-out over a distance, area, time, or range; operate or increase between two points or beyond a certain point
    • provide; provide
    • increase or extend to a better or even the full length
    • lengthen in time; reason enough to be or stay longer
    • thrust or extend away
    • prolong the time allowed for repayment of
  • others:
    • To loosen up in any way, or perhaps in all guidelines; carry-forward or carry on in total or enlarge in area; increase or dilate: since, to give roadways, restrictions, or bounds; to extend the regions of a kingdom; to give a metal dish by hammering.
    • To place horizontally, at full-length.
    • to carry down or achieve forth.
    • to help make more comprehensive; enlarge the range of; give a wider range to: since, to increase the sphere of effectiveness; to increase trade; to give a treatise or a definition.
    • to carry on; prolong: since, to extend the time of payment; to increase a leave of absence.
    • To hold completely as a grant or concession; communicate; bestow; impart: since, to give mercy to an offender.
    • To hold call at energy; help with the strength or power of: made use of reflexively.
    • To just take by seizure; become seized of; pass by seizin or right of ownership.
    • in-law, to help make a seizure of; fasten an activity or grant upon, as places under a writ of level in pleasure of a debt, or a writ of execution to levy and value.
    • To magnify; extol.
    • To plant or set-out.
    • To survey; measure the level of, as land.
    • become stretched or drawn out; be continued in total, or perhaps in all instructions; be broadened; extend: since, the line extends from spot to spot; the skin runs over nearly the entire human body; his influence is gradually expanding.
    • To extend in virtually any course, or in all guidelines; carry forward or continue in total or expand in location; increase or dilate: as, to increase roadways, restrictions, or bounds; to extend the regions of a kingdom; to give a metal dish by hammering.
    • To place horizontally, at full length.
    • to put on down or reach forth.
    • to create more extensive; expand the range of; provide a wider range to: since, to give the world of usefulness; to give trade; to increase a treatise or a definition.
    • To continue; prolong: as, to extend the full time of repayment; to increase a leave of lack.
    • to keep on as a grant or concession; communicate; bestow; impart: as, to give mercy to an offender.
    • to keep call at energy; help with the energy or energy of: made use of reflexively.
    • To just take by seizure; become seized of; overlook seizin or right of control.
    • in-law, which will make a seizure of; fasten an activity or grant upon, as lands under a writ of extent in pleasure of a debt, or a writ of execution to levy and value.
    • To magnify; extol.
    • To plant or lay out.
    • To survey; measure the level of, as land.
    • to-be extended or slow; be continued long, or perhaps in all directions; be expanded; stretch out: as, the line expands from corner to part; the skin expands over almost the entire human anatomy; their impact is gradually expanding.

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