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extra

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈekstrə/
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.
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