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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

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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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SEMATECH engineers will report progress on EUV mask infrastructure, manufacturability, extendibility and metrology, and will showcase some of their findings in over 30 papers and posters demonstrating breakthrough results in exposure tool capability, resist advances, defect-related inspection, e-beam and nanoimprint.
SEMATECH's leadership in enabling EUVL pilot line readiness and in researching new techniques for advancing EUV extendibility and alternative lithography, coupled with access to the full-field exposure tool, located at the University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, demonstrate how our research continues to support EUV readiness for the 22 nm half-pitch node.
The statements regarding (i) the extendibility and low cost of ownership of the VECTOR platform and (ii) UMC's continued use of VECTOR, as well as other matters discussed in this news release that do not concern purely historical data, are forward-looking statements.
The statements regarding (i) productivity, cost-of-ownership and extendibility advantages of the 300-mm tool suite; (ii) initial deployment of the 300-mm tools on Hynix's 90-nm processing lines; (iii) extension of the 300-mm tools to production of devices at smaller nodes; (iv) the expectation that the 300-mm systems will deliver the same performance benefits as the previously-delivered 200-mm tool; and (v) the ability of the 300-mm tools to allow Hynix to meet its aggressive production schedules are forward-looking statements.
All Optima HD systems incorporate Axcelis' patented spot beam technology, which provides the greatest extendibility, productivity and process control for advanced devices.
Built on Ultratech's New Unity Platform(TM), Its Next-Generation Family of Advanced Packaging Tools Are Designed to Increase Productivity, Flexibility and Extendibility of Current and Future Applications
Productivity and extendibility in production cited as key factors in customer's further commitment to Optima platform
This system combines new imaging, illumination and stage sub-systems to achieve the industry's tightest overlay accuracy, with built-in extendibility to future generations.
Seagate's transition to FSA continues to validate the extendibility and intrinsic value of our flex-based wireless suspension technology.