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Extended vs. Extensive

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Extendedverb

simple past tense and past participle of extend

Extensiveadjective

having a great extent; covering a large area; vast

Extendedadjective

Longer in length or extension; elongated.

Extensiveadjective

(figurative) considerable in amount.

‘I have done extensive research on the subject.’;

Extendedadjective

Stretched out or pulled out; expanded.

Extensiveadjective

Serving to extend or lengthen; characterized by extension

Extendedadjective

Lasting longer; protracted.

Extensiveadjective

(physics) Having a combined system entropy that equals the sum of the entropies of the independent systems.

Extendedadjective

Having a large scope or range; extensive.

Extensiveadjective

Having wide extent; of much superficial extent; expanded; large; broad; wide; comprehensive; as, an extensive farm; an extensive lake; an extensive sphere of operations; extensive benevolence; extensive greatness.

Extendedadjective

(of a typeface) Wider than usual.

Extensiveadjective

Capable of being extended.

‘Silver beaters choose the finest coin, as that which is most extensive under the hammer.’;

Extendedadjective

relatively long in duration; tediously protracted;

‘a drawn-out argument’; ‘an extended discussion’; ‘a lengthy visit from her mother-in-law’; ‘a prolonged and bitter struggle’; ‘protracted negotiations’;

Extensiveadjective

large in spatial extent or range;

‘an extensive Roman settlement in northwest England’; ‘extended farm lands’;

Extendedadjective

fully extended or stretched forth;

‘an extended telescope’; ‘his extended legs reached almost across the small room’; ‘refused to accept the extended hand’;

Extensiveadjective

having broad range or effect;

‘had extensive press coverage’; ‘far-reaching changes in the social structure’; ‘sweeping reforms’;

Extendedadjective

great in range or scope;

‘an extended vocabulary’; ‘surgeons with extended experience’; ‘extensive examples of picture writing’; ‘suffered extensive damage’; ‘a wide selection’;

Extensiveadjective

large in number or quantity (especially of discourse);

‘she took copious notes’; ‘extensive press coverage’; ‘a subject of voluminous legislation’;

Extendedadjective

drawn out or made longer spatially;

‘Picasso's elongated Don Quixote’; ‘lengthened skirts are fashionable this year’; ‘the extended airport runways can accommodate larger planes’; ‘a prolonged black line across the page’;

Extensiveadjective

great in range or scope;

‘an extended vocabulary’; ‘surgeons with extended experience’; ‘extensive examples of picture writing’; ‘suffered extensive damage’; ‘a wide selection’;

Extendedadjective

beyond the literal or primary sense;

‘`hot off the press' shows an extended sense of `hot'’;

Extensiveadjective

of agriculture; increasing productivity by using large areas with minimal outlay and labor;

‘producing wheat under extensive conditions’; ‘agriculture of the extensive type’;

Extendedadjective

large in spatial extent or range;

‘an extensive Roman settlement in northwest England’; ‘extended farm lands’;

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