Some articles on extension:
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More definitions of "extension":
- (noun): An educational opportunity provided by colleges and universities to people who not enrolled as regular students.
Synonyms: extension service, university extension
- (noun): Amount or degree or range to which something extends.
Example: "The wire has an extension of 50 feet"
Synonyms: lengthiness, prolongation
- (noun): Act of stretching or straightening out a flexed limb.
- (noun): Act of expanding in scope; making more widely available.
Example: "Extension of the program to all in need"
- (noun): The ability to raise the working leg high in the air.
Example: "The dancer was praised for her uncanny extension"; "good extension comes from a combination of training and native ability"
- (noun): An addition to the length of something.
- (noun): A mutually agreed delay in the date set for the completion of a job or payment of a debt.
Example: "They applied for an extension of the loan"
- (noun): The most direct or specific meaning of a word or expression; the class of objects that an expression refers to.
Example: "The extension of 'satellite of Mars' is the set containing only Demos and Phobos"
Synonyms: reference, denotation
- (noun): An additional telephone set that is connected to the same telephone line.
Synonyms: telephone extension, extension phone
Famous quotes containing the word extension:
“A dense undergrowth of extension cords sustains my upper world of lights, music, and machines of comfort.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“The medium is the message. This is merely to say that the personal and social consequences of any mediumthat is, of any extension of ourselvesresult from the new scale that is introduced into our affairs by each extension of ourselves, or by any new technology.”
—Marshall McLuhan (19111980)
“Slavery is founded on the selfishness of mans natureopposition to it on his love of justice. These principles are in eternal antagonism; and when brought into collision so fiercely as slavery extension brings them, shocks and throes and convulsions must ceaselessly follow.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)