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Synonyms for extent

Synonyms for extent

the measure of how far or long something goes in space, time, or degree

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

the amount of space occupied by something

relative intensity or amount, as of a quality or attribute

a wide and open area, as of land, sky, or water

Words related to extent

the point or degree to which something extends

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This paper attempted to identify at what extent do college students spend their money in terms of clothes, accessories, room and board, tuition fees, school supplies, assignments and projects, laptops and other gadgets.
Every year, sea ice in the Arctic grows and expands throughout the winter, but the region saw a record low wintertime maximum extent on March 7.
According to the US National Snow and Ice Data Center [NSID], which carries out the investigation, on February 25, 2015 Arctic sea ice likely reached its maximum extent for the year, at 14.
Analysis of satellite data by NASA-supported National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) and NASA showed that the sea ice extent shrunk to 1.
Higher than average summer temperatures contributed to the near-record minimum ice extent, which, at 4.
Specifically, it sought to achieve to the following objectives: (1) to describe the profile of menopausal women respondents; (2) to determine the extent the women experienced the menopausal stressors; (3) to assess the degree of behavioral changes; (4) to relate the menopausal stressors to behavioral changes; and (5) to find interventing effects of the women's characteristics on the relationship of the variables.
Nor does it plan to stop producing nickels and pennies--a step that would make all too obvious the extent to which the government has destroyed the purchasing power of our money through inflation.
But in many others, the extent of remaining work auditors may have to perform will cause the auditor to use a date after the fieldwork completion date.
Whether clients purchase single-life or survivorship life insurance policies, to the extent that an irrevocable mast is the policy owner and beneficiary, the proceeds will pass estate tax free to their trust beneficiaries.
The assets held in the trust; the extent to which they consist of financial assets, interests in closely held enterprises, tangible and intangible personal property, or real property; the extent to which an asset is used by a beneficiary; and whether an asset was purchased by the trustee or received from the settlor;
This study examined social workers' and other helping professionals' perceptions of these identified workplace conditions and assessed the extent to which they are associated with workplace frustration.
This further counteracts the notion that Pontormo was solitary and anti-social, and brings out the true extent of Pontormo's literary interests and other cultural pursuits.
The federal courts have been debating the extent of the federal government's jurisdiction over the nation's waters for over 15 years.
The program was found to be efficacious in influencing several process variables such as empathy, critical thinking, belief in the group action, and some impact variables such as extent of participation in social action among the participants.