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Translation of "extend" - English-Spanish dictionary

extend

verb   /ɪkˈstend/
to make something bigger or longer ampliar We’re going to extend our kitchen.
to make an activity, agreement, etc. last for a longer time prorrogar They have extended the deadline by one week.
(Definition of extend from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

extend

verb /ikˈstend/
to make longer or larger ampliar He extended his vegetable garden.
to reach or stretch extender The school grounds extend as far as this fence.
to hold out or stretch out (a limb etc) tender He extended his hand to her.
to offer ofrecer, dar May I extend a welcome to you all?
extended /ikˈstendid/ adjective
made longer or larger prolongado, extendido an extended warranty.
continuing for longer than usual or planned prolongado an extended period of time.
extension /-ʃən/ noun
an added part extensión, ampliación He built an extension to his house a two-day extension to the holiday He has telephone extensions (= telephones) in every bedroom.
(a program by which) part of a university located somewhere else offers courses to people who are not fulltime students. subsede, sucursal
the process of extending. extensión
a telephone that operates on the same line as another extensión They have a phone in the living-room and an extension in the bedroom.
extensive /-siv/ adjective
large in area or amount extenso, vasto extensive plantations He suffered extensive injuries in the accident.
(Definition of extend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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