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extraadjective

uk   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   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   us   /ˈek.strə/

extra noun [C] (SOMETHING MORE)

B1 something that you can get with something else if you pay a little more money: A sunroof is an optional extra on this model of the car.
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extra noun [C] (FILMS)

C1 a person in a film who does not have a speaking part and who is usually part of the scene, for example, in a crowd

extra noun [C] (CRICKET)

a point given to one cricket team if the other team makes an illegal mistake when bowling
Translations of “extra”
in Arabic إِضافي…
in Korean 추가의…
in Malaysian tambahan…
in French supplémentaire…
in Turkish fazla, fazladan, ek…
in Italian extra, in più…
in Chinese (Traditional) 額外的, 附加的…
in Russian дополнительный…
in Polish dodatkowy…
in Vietnamese thêm…
in Spanish extra…
in Portuguese extra, a mais, adicional…
in Thai เป็นพิเศษ…
in German zusätzlich…
in Catalan extra, addicional…
in Japanese 余分な…
in Indonesian tambahan, ekstra…
in Chinese (Simplified) 额外的, 附加的…
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