extension / ɪkˈstɛn ʃən /


extension2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. an act or instance of extending, lengthening, stretching out, or enlarging the scope of something.
  2. the state of being extended, lengthened, or stretched out.
  3. that by which something is extended or enlarged; an addition: a four-room extension to a house.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. of or relating to extension courses.

extension 近义词

n. 名词 noun

enlargement, continuation


  1. After all, your fellow employees are an extension of your brand.
  2. If you haven’t already done so, you can let your elected officials know just how important a PSP extension is to you, your families and our economic recovery.
  3. So the ads will be relevant to the web environment you’re currently consuming and consumers will feel more comfortable to convert, as they will see the ads as an extension of the content they are already looking at.
  4. Treat your LinkedIn company page as an extension to your website.
  5. None of the reporters and lawyers looking closely at the deal have presented evidence to show Shapery, and by extension Manchester, intentionally misled the city.
  6. Self-marriage is the ultimate brand extension of a self-obsessed, selfish populus.
  7. Last year, it let an unemployment extension for the long-term jobless expire during the holidays.
  8. But only for the family; inmates cannot be awarded more than $10,000 because of an  extension of the Son of Sam Law.
  9. It is also, by extension, a show about the cultural impact of religion.
  10. What he meant was that he personally, and by extension all Christians, should not be judgmental.
  11. And now let me come to the second problem we opened up in connection with college education—the problem of its extension.
  12. It was the well-known extension en seconde; a favourite trick among Parisian swordsmen of the Romantic school.
  13. And it may safely be said that with its improvement, has arisen also the extension and wide spread practice of music generally.
  14. An octave coupler without such extension is incomplete and is no more honest than a stop which only goes down to Tenor C.
  15. No Briton rejoiced more sincerely than this provincial American in the extension of the Empire.