Hindi translation of 'extent'
extent /ɪkˈstent इकˈस्टेन्ट्/
1. singular noun
The extent of something is its length, area, or size.
Global warming has reduced the extent of the rain forest.
2. singular noun
The extent of a situation is how great, important, or serious it is.
We don't know the extent of his injuries.
the extent of something
assess/determine/gauge the extent
reveal/realize/discover/appreciate the extent
the extent of the damage/problem/injury
the full extent
SET PHRASESthe nature and extent of something
SIMILAR WORDSmagnitude, amount, degree, scale
3. uncountable noun
You use extent to say how true something is.
It was and, to a large extent, still is a good show.
I got more nervous to the extent that I was almost physically sick.
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Example Sentences Including 'extent'
To some extent she had never grown accustomed to being needed by anyone.Thy Brother Death
Ella's nuisance value had to a lesser or greater extent permeated the whole production.The Sound of Murder
Below that depth, to an ever greater extent , the deeper they go, divers are liable to the bends.A Daystar of Fear
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'extent' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مَدَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: extensão
- Chinese: 程度
- Croatian: razmjer
- Czech: rozloha
- Danish: omfang
- Dutch: mate
- European Spanish: alcance
- Finnish: laajuus
- French: étendue
- German: Ausmaß
- Greek: έκταση
- Italian: estensione
- Japanese: 広がり
- Korean: 범위
- Norwegian: omfang
- Polish: zasięg
- Portuguese: extensão
- Romanian: dimensiune dimensiuni
- Russian: протяжение
- Spanish: alcance
- Swedish: omfattning
- Thai: ขอบเขต
- Turkish: boyut
- Ukrainian: ступінь
- Vietnamese: phạm vi
Translation of extent from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary