extendedadjective [before noun]uk us /ɪkˈsten.dɪd/
- He wants the extended version of "Return of the King" on video.
- The prime minister gave a special extended interview on the radio news this morning.
- The weather won't improve until the end of next week, according to the extended weather forecast.
- After an extended period of inactivity, Vesuvius erupted with devastating force in A.D. 79.
- Would you like to take out an extended warranty on your purchase, madam?