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German translation of “extent”

extent

noun /-t/
the area or length to which something extends
die Länge, die Ausdehnung
The bird’s wings measured 20 centimetres at their fullest extent The garden is nearly a kilometre in extent A vast extent of grassland.
amount; degree
das Ausmaß
What is the extent of the damage? To what extent can we trust him?
to a certain extent / to some extent partly but not completely.
bis zu einem gewissen Ausmaß
(Definition of extent from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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