Significado de “extra” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "extra" - Diccionario Inglés

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extraadjective

uk /ˈek.strə/ us /ˈek.strə/

A2 added to what is normal:

If you need any extra help, just call me.
Recently he's been working an extra two hours a day.
The price includes travel and accommodation but meals are extra (= there is an additional charge for meals).

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extraadverb

uk /ˈek.strə/ us /ˈek.strə/

B1 more:

They pay her extra to work nights.
We agreed on a price but afterwards they wanted £10 extra.
I worked extra hard (= more than usual) on that essay.

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extranoun [ C ]

uk /ˈek.strə/ us /ˈek.strə/

extra-prefix

uk /ek.strə-/ us /ek.strə-/

(Definition of “extra” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "extra" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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extraadjective, adverb [ not gradable ]

us /ˈek·strə/

added, additional, or more than expected:

Some students needed extra help.
He’s been working an extra two hours a day.
I bought some extra batteries.

extranoun [ C ]

us /ˈek·strə/

something that is added when you pay for goods or a service:

We didn’t get any extras on our new car except for the CD player.

An extra is also a person in a movie who does not have a speaking part and is usually in the background or in a crowd.

(Definition of “extra” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "extra" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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extraadjective

uk /ˈekstrə/ us

more than or added to what is usual or what already exists:

Without the extra help, campus leaders may face tough choices, such as whether to cut some programs.
go the extra mile

to make more effort than is expected of you:

Our state government functions as well as it does because our employees routinely go the extra mile.

extraadverb

uk /ˈekstrə/ us

more than is usual or than exists already:

The average family of four is spending anywhere from $7 to $10 extra a week on groceries alone, compared to a year ago.
I'm quite happy to pay extra if the quality is right.

extranoun [ C ]

uk /ˈekstrə/ us

something that is added to what is usual, and that may cost more:

Borrowers are already burdened with mortgage extras such as arrangement fees, legal bills, and life assurance cover.
The telephone call charges seem reasonable but there is the hidden extra of a £35 connection charge.
On average, £1,700 of optional extras are ordered on every car that leaves the plant.

extra-prefix

uk /ekstrə-/ us

outside or in addition to:

Because schools rely heavily on property taxes to fund extracurricular activities, districts in less affluent areas are struggling to fund them.

very, or more than usual:

The city passed an ordinance that requires economic impact studies for Supercenters and other extra-large stores.

(Definition of “extra” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)