extensive definition

  • adjective:
    • huge in level, range, or quantity.
    • Of or relating to the cultivation of vast regions of land with no less than work or expenditure.
    • in nature of an extent, large, extensive.
    • Having broad degree; of a lot trivial level; expanded; huge; broad; wide; comprehensive
    • with the capacity of being extended.
    • of agriculture; increasing efficiency making use of huge places with minimal outlay and work
    • broad in range or content
    • big in spatial level or range or scope or amount
    • huge in extent, range, or quantity.
    • Of or regarding the cultivation of vast areas of land with a minimum of labor or expenditure.
    • within the nature of an extent, wide, widespread.
    • Having large degree; of much superficial level; expanded; big; wide; large; comprehensive
    • with the capacity of being extended.
    • of agriculture; increasing productivity by making use of huge areas with minimal outlay and labor
    • wide in scope or content
    • huge in spatial level or range or range or volume
  • others:
    • which may be extended or spread out; extensible.
    • Having considerable extent; large; big; adopting a wide location or many items; diffusive: as, a thorough farm; an extensive world of businesses; considerable benevolence.
    • regarding or characterized by extension in area or in any amount; having level or extension.
    • related to reasonable extension.
    • reasonable extension.
    • In agriculture, noting that method of farming or husbandry in which fairly small plants or comes back of any kind tend to be extracted from huge areas with a minimum of labor and expense.
    • That may be extended or disseminate; extensible.
    • Having considerable level; wide; huge; embracing an extensive area or many items; diffusive: as, a comprehensive farm; a comprehensive sphere of functions; considerable benevolence.
    • regarding or characterized by expansion in area or in any quantity; having extent or expansion.
    • regarding logical extension.
    • reasonable expansion.
    • In agriculture, noting that approach to farming or husbandry in which fairly small crops or comes back of any sort tend to be obtained from huge places with a minimum of work and expense.

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