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Synonyms for extend

Synonyms for extend

to move or arrange so as to cover a larger area

to make or become more comprehensive or inclusive

to proceed on a certain course or for a certain distance

to change or fluctuate within limits

to put before another for acceptance

to make (something) readily available

to arrange for the extension of


Synonyms for extend

stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope

span an interval of distance, space or time

make available

reach outward in space

Related Words

offer verbally


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extend one's limbs or muscles, or the entire body

expand the influence of

extend or stretch out to a greater or the full length

cause to move at full gallop

prolong the time allowed for payment of

continue or extend

increase in quantity or bulk by adding a cheaper substance

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One of Shawmut Mill's discontinuous adhesive bonding systems is used allowing for extendability in the finished product.
The extendability of this concept is potentially very powerful.
He and his team are evaluating 20nm and 14nm process technologies, including the readiness of EUV for and the extendability of 193nm immersion lithography to the 14nm node, and the impact of these technologies to the performance, reliability, and die cost of NVIDIA's GPU and SOC products.
In general, CSM provides ease of processing, extendability, flexibility in choice of cure systems, and a good balance of heat, oil and abrasion resistance.
Extendability into existing ALM and Version Control infrastructure
These customers are attracted to the combination of low-k performance and the manufacturability of these new films, as well as their extendability to dielectric constants approaching 2.
The IBM packaging team has long benefited from the flexibility and extendability of its existing C4NP and electroplating C4 processes for a wide range of materials for traditional first-level two-dimensional packaging," said Jean Trewhella, IBM Director of Packaging Research and Development.