extend translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "extend" - English-Turkish dictionary


MAKE BIGGER [T] B2 to make something bigger or longer
uzatmak, genişletmek
We're going to extend our kitchen.Increasing and intensifying
MAKE LAST [T] to make an activity, agreement, etc last for a longer time
uzatmak, uzamak, sarkmak, daha uzun süre sürmesini sağlamak
They have extended the deadline by one week.Continue and last
extend from/into/over, etc to continue or stretch over a particular area of land or period of time
uzanmak, içlerine doğru girmek, ilerlemek (zaman dilim, alan)
Will the building work extend into next week?Including and containingComprising and consisting of
STRETCH OUT [T] to stretch out a part of your body
(elini, kolunu, bacağını vs.) uzatmak
She smiled and extended her hand.Becoming biggerEnlarging and inflating
extend an invitation/thanks, etc to sb formal to give someone an invitation/thanks, etc
sunmak, iletmek, göndermek, vermek, arzetmek
I'd like to extend a warm welcome to our guests.Giving, providing and supplying
(Definition of extend from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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