Portuguese translation of 'extent'
1. (breadth) extensão f
2. (of damage etc) dimensão f
3. (scope) alcance m
to some or to a certain extent até certo ponto
to the extent of ... a ponto de ...
to a large extent em grande parte
to what extent? até que ponto?
to such an extent that ... a tal ponto que ...
debts to the extent of £5,000 dívidas da ordem de £5,000
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Example Sentences Including 'extent'
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They rely to a great extent on people moving house and on those renting and putting their goods in storage.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Understanding what is at risk is the first step to understanding the full extent of that risk.Computing (2010)
Although some form of commitment seems likely, the extent of the commitment and the nature of the command relationship are both uncertain.NATO&apos;s Changing Strategic Agenda (1990)
The great extent of error in Africa was at once apparent.The Barefoot Emperor: An Ethiopian Tragedy (2007)
I didn't realise the extent of his unhappiness.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It depends to a great extent on the explicit and implicit aims.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
No less important is the extent to which the landscape of the English counties has been protected from sprawl.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The official figures do not reflect the full extent of the problem.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The size and extent of the camp had varied over time.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The surge has not happened to any serious extent, perhaps wisely.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Her smile stretched her lips sideways to a great extent.Somewhere East of Life (1994)
It happens in rugby to a lesser extent.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The North Londoners now face an anxious wait to discover the extent of the damage and how long he will be sidelined for.The Sun (2017)
He also didn't know the full extent of my spending.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The real issue is the extent of the commitment involved.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Obviously a chemical which is absorbed efficiently from the intestine is more likely to be toxic than one that is absorbed to a lesser extent.E For Additives (1987)
Once this has happened it is important to assess the extent of the damage.Preventing Heart Disease (1987)
Chiefs hope it will help detainees realise the extent of their booze problems and seek help.The Sun (2011)
Due to the extent of the damage are unable to give a definite prognosis at this stage.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He says that he now realises the extent of his error.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He was also unable to have surgery to remove the primary tumour in his bowel due to the extent of his condition.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It was when he woke in the night that he realised the extent of his injuries and was distraught.The Sun (2010)
Little is known about the extent of the damage to the historic districts.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The extent of the damage was not known.The Sun (2012)
There is no report yet of the extent of damage.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
To a lesser extent, we can affect their behaviour while they remain in office.THE AGE OF CONSENT (2003)
To what extent is this due to a lack of ability and motivation?Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Yet nobody knows precisely what is causing global warming - if indeed it is happening to any serious extent.The Sun (2008)
And a government may reasonably not know, when considering military deployment, the extent of commitment required.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The full extent of the damages to the church's property has yet to be determined.Christianity Today (2000)
One way to understand this term would be to document clearly the range and extent of criminal victimization which occurs for particular populations.Victimology - the victim and the criminal justice process (1989)
The products exported by the periphery are important to the extent that... the return to labour will be less than what it is at the centre.The Sociology of Modernization and Development (1988)
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'extent' in Other Languages
British English: extent /ɪkˈstɛnt/ NOUN
The extentof a situation is how great, important, or serious it is.
We don't know the extent of his injuries.
- American English: extent
- 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
- European Portuguese: extensão
- Romanian: dimensiune
- Russian: протяжение
- Spanish: alcance
- Swedish: omfattning
- Thai: ขอบเขต
- Turkish: boyut
- Ukrainian: ступінь
- Vietnamese: phạm vi
Translation of extent from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary