verb (used with object)
- British. to assess or value.
- to make a seizure or levy upon, as land, by a writ of extent.
verb (used without object)
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How to use extend in a sentence
That’s why your campaign should run before Cyber Week and extend throughout the entire holiday season.Don’t miss out on the most unpredictable holiday season yet|Sponsored Content: Microsoft Advertising|November 18, 2020|Search Engine Land
Then drive through the midfoot of your front foot, and push yourself back up to standing, with both legs extended.
Over the last two decades, Google has emerged as the clear leader in consumer search, but they’ve failed to extend their reach into vertical search engines.
Sealing the cracks, whichever way you do it, should greatly extend the life of the pavement by helping to keep out water, especially in winter.Why is it so expensive to patch an asphalt driveway?|Jeanne Huber|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
It would essentially extend downtown San Diego north of Little Italy.San Diego Is a Big City – Todd Gloria Wants it to Act Like One|Andrew Keatts|November 6, 2020|Voice of San Diego
British Dictionary definitions for extend
- to carry forward
- to calculate the amount of (a total, balance, etc)