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Synonyms for extension

Synonyms for extension

the act of making something longer or the condition of being made longer

the act of increasing in dimensions, scope, or inclusiveness

an area within which something or someone exists, acts, or has influence or power

a part added to a main structure

Synonyms

Synonyms for extension

a mutually agreed delay in the date set for the completion of a job or payment of a debt

act of expanding in scope

the spreading of something (a belief or practice) into new regions

an educational opportunity provided by colleges and universities to people who are not enrolled as regular students

act of stretching or straightening out a flexed limb

a string of characters beginning with a period and followed by one or more letters

the most direct or specific meaning of a word or expression

the ability to raise the working leg high in the air

Related Words

amount or degree or range to which something extends

an additional telephone set that is connected to the same telephone line

an addition to the length of something

an addition that extends a main building

References in periodicals archive ?
The Cord Lock also offers the additional benefit of helping to keep two extension cords plugged into each other.
FITCHBURG - An overloaded extension cord was the cause of a blaze on Daniels Street Tuesday morning that displaced 24 people, including a woman severely injured when she jumped from her third-floor apartment to escape the blaze.
Use lights and extension cords rated for outdoor use, and don't "pig-tail" the cords (plugging several cords into a single source), and route them away from walkways and steps.
You can also get standard extension cords with a three-outlet receptacle on one end.
For example, outside extension cords are clearly labeled 'Suitable for Use with Outdoor Appliances.
If you are repairing a cord that has been damaged elsewhere (not at either end) you can cut out the damaged section and add one male end to one portion, and one female end to the other half, creating two shorter extension cords.
Residents object to the obstacle course of mops, waxing machines, extension cords, those "little yellow people holding hands" to keep you from walking on the wet floors, and the constant smell of disinfectant.
The AM-420 Digital Multimeter accurately measures voltage up to 250 V in receptacles, switches, extension cords, and light fixtures, and troubleshoots light bulbs and fuses with its continuity function.
Contract notice: Supply of medical equipment, disposable base including: equipment for transfusion, intubation tubes, plastic aprons, ecg electrodes, ecg and ultrasound gels, extension cords and tubing to the pump.
A simple yet innovative new product that aims to simplify the use of extension cords, the Easy Cord boasts a unique design that allows for unencumbered acces to an extension cord any time, eliminating a great deal of hassle and extra effort on the part of the user.
Don't place plug connections near gutter down-spouts or in low areas where water collects; this will keep them from shorting out and run extension cords along building foundations or fences.
Adding multiplug devices or extension cords often creates the danger of shorting out the outlet, blowing fuses, tripping circuit breakers, or, worst of all, having a power surge that will damage whatever it is plugged into.
A tangled mass of colored extension cords connected these lit elements to a wall outlet.
Its sturdy tables are bolted to the floor so the students can't move them, and they have their own electrical outlets, eliminating the extension cords of her former lab.
This would allow you to run various items without having to run extension cords all around your house.