extend VERB 1) make larger in area. 2) cause to last longer. 3) occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 4) hold out (one's hand or another part of one's body) towards someone. 5) offer; make available.
DERIVATIVES extendability noun extendable adjective extendibility noun extendible adjective extensibility noun extensible adjective.
ORIGIN Latin extendere 'stretch out' .

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