extensiveadjectiveuk /ɪkˈsten.sɪv/ us /ɪkˈsten.sɪv/
- The body was found after an extensive search by police with tracker dogs.
- There is an extensive repertoire of music written for the flute.
- Several of the crash victims had to have extensive plastic surgery.
- Her knowledge of English grammar is very extensive.
- The house needed extensive alterations when we moved in.