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Translation of "extension" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun   /ɪkˈsten·ʃən/
a phone that is connected to the main phone in an office or other large building extensión Call me on extension 3104.
extra time that you are given to do or use something prórroga I’ve applied for an extension to my visa.
something that is added on to something else to make it longer or bigger extensión hair extensions an extension to the underground line
UK ( US addition) a new room or rooms that are added to a building anexo You could build an extension on to the back of the house.
(Definition of extension from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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