extended

[ ik-sten-did ]
/ ɪkˈstɛn dɪd /

adjective


Nearby words

  1. extempore,
  2. extemporize,
  3. extend,
  4. extend credit to,
  5. extendable,
  6. extended care,
  7. extended complex plane,
  8. extended coverage,
  9. extended family,
  10. extended family therapy

Origin of extended

late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50; see origin at extend, -ed2

Related forms

extend

[ ik-stend ]
/ ɪkˈstɛnd /

verb (used with object)

verb (used without object)

Origin of extend

1250–1300; Middle English extenden < Latin extendere to stretch out. See ex-1, tend1

SYNONYMS FOR extend
5. continue. See lengthen. 6. enlarge; widen, dilate. 8. bestow, impart.

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British Dictionary definitions for extended

extended

/ (ɪkˈstɛndɪd) /

adjective

stretched out in time, space, influence, application, etc
(of a horse's pace) free-moving and with long stepsan extended trot
printing another word for expanded (def. 1)
Derived Formsextendedly, adverbextendedness, noun

extend

/ (ɪkˈstɛnd) /

verb

Derived Formsextendible or extendable, adjectiveextendibility or extendability, noun

Word Origin for extend

C14: from Latin extendere to stretch out, from tendere to stretch

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Word Origin and History for extended

extend

v.

early 14c., "to value, assess;" late 14c. "to stretch out, lengthen," from Anglo-French estendre (late 13c.), Old French estendre "stretch out, extend, increase," from Latin extendere "stretch out," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + tendere "to stretch" (see tenet). Related: Extended; extending.

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Medicine definitions for extended

extend

[ ĭk-stĕnd ]

v.

To straighten a limb; unbend.

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