Definition of 'extra'
Example sentences containing 'extra'
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My father is footing the extra bill at a very expensive and not terribly good care home. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Police said that extra street patrols had been deployed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The full moon inspires bright ideas for making some extra money. The Sun (2016)It would provide almost as many extra flights as a third runway. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are other extras that are hard to get out of. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Use any extra time in the next few days to record ideas and perfect a plan. The Sun (2016)Should they stand up until boarding is completed, to keep the aisle extra wide? Times, Sunday Times (2017)When taking payment by credit card, vendors can add two extra charges. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Many stores open extra early on Black Friday. The Sun (2016)Only people who pay extra get priority boarding. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Extras include deleted scenes that were deleted for a reason. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The alerts also advise them of the additional cost of extra data. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Many schools charge extra if payments are spread throughout the year. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Why could you have so many extra love options? The Sun (2011)Smaller clubs love replays because of the extra money they bring in. The Sun (2016)You can take two suitcases and a pair of skis for no extra charge. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The smallest added extras can make a difference if they are unexpected. Times, Sunday Times (2006)That little something extra is what turns a good film into a great film. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But the idea of having a car like that is a nice little extra. The Sun (2009)So now is the time to be extra careful with matters of protection. The Sun (2011)Love could also be extra special tonight. The Sun (2006)But the picture changed drastically when the four extras were included. The Sun (2012)Also no signs over the door so they would be extra hard to find. The Sun (2006)She was amused to learn that the residents competed to be extras in the film of her book. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But it does seem odd to introduce an extra actor for the sole purpose of being on the receiving end. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)These students are going to expect future employers to pay them extra if they manage to get themselves to work regularly. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And this means that lazy gardeners have been given extra time to transplant deciduous trees and shrubs since they are still dormant. The Sun (2006)The extra 3% stamp duty could be a factor in sales such as these. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Live calls cost 1.53 per minute plus network extras. The Sun (2013)But passengers are offered additional extras including toiletries, slippers and video on demand. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That extra activity will not be counted under rugby union, cricket or tennis but running, cycling and swimming. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Synonyms of 'extra'
in addition, additionally, over and above, x
Trends of 'extra'
Very Common. extra is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of extra from the Collins English Dictionary
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