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extension /ɪkˈstenʃən/ noun


انبساط ، امتداد دادن ، طولانی کردن ، اتصالی شعبه فروشگاه یا اداره ، ملحقات ، امتداد ، گستردگی ، اضافی ، الحاقی ، کشش ، توسیع ، تمدید ، تعمیم ، تلفن فرعی ، بسط ، توسعه ، گسترش ، علوم مهندسی: تمدید قسمت الحاقی ، کامپیوتر: پسوند ، الکترونیک: کابل خرطومی ، معماری: بسط ، قانون ـ فقه: تمدید ، روانشناسی: واشدن ، بازرگانی: تمدید اسناد تجاری ، انبساط ، علوم نظامی: ملحقه امتداد
الکترونیک: توسعه ، پسوند ، کامپیوتر: تمدید ، تجارت خارجی: انبساط ، بسط ، توسعه ، امتداد ، تمدید قسمت الحاقی ، علوم مهندسی: تمدید ، حقوق: تمدید ، تمدید اسناد تجاری ، بازرگانی: توسعه ، تمدید ، بسط ، معماری: امتداد دادن ، طولانی کردن ، اتصالی شعبه فروشگاه یا اداره ، ملحقات ، ملحقه امتداد ، علوم نظامی: امتداد ، بسط ، واشدن ، روانشناسی: کابل خرطومی ، الکترونیک: تمدید ، گستردگی ، انبساط ، اقتصاد: اضافی ، الحاقی ، کشش ، توسیع ، تمدید، تعمیم ، تلفن فرعی ، بسط، توسعه ، گسترشتوسعه ، پسوند ، کامپیوتر: تمدید ، تجارت خارجی: انبساط ، بسط ، توسعه ، امتداد ، تمدید قسمت الحاقی ، علوم مهندسی: تمدید ، حقوق: تمدید ، تمدید اسناد تجاری ، بازرگانی: توسعه ، تمدید ، بسط ، معماری: امتداد دادن ، طولانی کردن ، اتصالی شعبه فروشگاه یا اداره ، ملحقات ، ملحقه امتداد ، علوم نظامی: امتداد ، بسط ، واشدن ، روانشناسی: کابل خرطومی ، الکترونیک: تمدید ، گستردگی ، انبساط ، اقتصاد: اضافی ، الحاقی ، کشش ، توسیع ، تمدید، تعمیم ، تلفن فرعی ، بسط، توسعه ، گسترش کامپیوتر: پسوند فایل پزشکی: کشش

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

extension
[noun]
Synonyms:
- annexe, addition, appendage, appendix, supplement
- lengthening, broadening, development, enlargement, expansion, increase, spread, widening
Antonyms: contraction
Contrasted words: abridgment, shortening, contraction, curtailment, shrinking, reduction
Related Words: continuation, continuing, drawing out, stretch, stretch-out, augmentation, increase, spreading out, magnitude, size, spread, comprehensiveness

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

extension S3 W3 /ɪkˈstenʃən/ noun

1. MAKING SOMETHING BIGGER OR LONGER [uncountable and countable] the process of making a road, building etc bigger or longer, or the part that is added
extension of
the extension of the Jubilee underground line

2. EXTRA ROOMS [countable] British English another room or rooms which are added to a building
extension to
the planned extension to the National Museum
a loft extension

3. EXTRA TIME [countable usually singular] an additional period of time allowed for something:
Donald’s been given an extension to finish his thesis.
The pub’s got an extension tonight (=it will stay open longer than usual).

4. INCLUDE/AFFECT MORE THAN BEFORE [singular, uncountable] the development of something in order to make it affect more people, situations, areas than before
extension of
the extension of the copyright laws to cover online materials
an extension of the powers of the European Parliament

5. TELEPHONE [countable]
a) one of many telephone lines connected to a central system in a large building, which all have different numbers:
Can I have extension 316, please?
Do you know Mr Brown’s extension number?
b) one of the telephones in a house that all have the same number

6. by extension used when you want to mention something that is naturally related to something else:
My primary responsibility is to the pupils, and by extension to the teachers and parents.

7. extensions [plural] long pieces of artificial hair that can be attached to your hair to make it look longer
hair extensions

8. COMPUTER [countable] technical a set of three letters that follow the name of a computer file to show what it is. For example, the extension ‘.doc’ shows that a file is a written document.

9. ELECTRIC WIRE [countable] British English an extension lead

10. STRETCH ARM/LEG [uncountable and countable] the position of a part of the body when it is stretched, or the process of stretching it

11. UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE [uncountable] part of a university or college that offers courses to people who are not full-time students

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

extension
noun
I. part added to a building
ADJ. planned, proposed | home, kitchen | one-storey, two-storey, etc.
VERB + EXTENSION add, build
PREP. ~ to They're building an extension to their house.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

extension
II. extra time
ADJ. one-week, two-year, etc.
VERB + EXTENSION apply for, ask for, request He's applied for an extension of his visa.
get, receive She got an extension for writing her essay.
give sb, grant sb

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

extension
III. making sth larger/taking sth further
ADJ. considerable, great, major, massive, significant | modest | further This new job is a further extension of his role as a manager.
general | gradual a gradual extension of the powers of central government
hair Hair extensions are pieces of artificial hair that are added to your hair to make it longer.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

extension
IV. taking an argument/a situation further
ADJ. logical, natural, obvious The team appraisal is a logical extension of the individual appraisal interview.
PREP. by ~ The blame lies with the teachers and, by extension, with the Education Service.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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