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ex·tra

 (ĕk′strə)
adj.
1. More than or beyond what is usual, normal, expected, or necessary: earned extra money by freelancing. See Synonyms at superfluous.
2. Subject to an additional charge: Coffee does not come with dinner but is extra.
n.
1. Something more than is usual or necessary: bought too much paint and gave the extra to a friend.
2. Something, such as an accessory on a motor vehicle, for which an additional charge is made.
3. A special edition of a newspaper.
4. A performer hired to play a minor part, as in a crowd scene in a film.
adv.
To an exceptional extent or degree; unusually: extra dry.

[Probably short for extraordinary.]

extra

(ˈɛkstrə)
adj
being more than what is usual or expected; additional
n
1. a person or thing that is additional
2. something for which an additional charge is made: the new car had many extras.
3. (Journalism & Publishing) an additional edition of a newspaper, esp to report a new development or crisis
4. (Film) films an actor or person temporarily engaged, usually for crowd scenes
5. (Cricket) cricket a run not scored from the bat, such as a wide, no-ball, bye, or leg bye
6. US something that is better than usual in quality
adv
unusually; exceptionally: an extra fast car.
[C18: perhaps shortened from extraordinary]

ex•tra

(ˈɛk strə)

adj., n., pl. -tras,
adv. adj.
1. beyond or more than what is usual, expected, or necessary; additional: Make an extra copy.
2. superior to the usual: extra comfort.
3. provided at an additional charge: Home delivery is extra.
n.
4. an additional feature.
5. an additional expense or charge.
6. a special edition of a newspaper.
7. an additional worker, esp. a person hired by the day to appear in the background action of a film.
8. something of superior quality.
adv.
9. in excess of the usual amount, size, or degree: extra tall.
[1770–80; shortening of extraordinary, later influenced by extra-]

extra-

a prefix meaning “outside of,” “beyond the bounds of”: extragalactic; extralegal; extrasensory.
[< Latin, prefixal use of extrā (adv. and preposition) outside (of), without]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.extra - a minor actor in crowd scenes
actor, histrion, thespian, role player, player - a theatrical performer
2.extra - an additional edition of a newspaper (usually to report a crisis)extra - an additional edition of a newspaper (usually to report a crisis)
edition - an issue of a newspaper; "he read it in yesterday's edition of the Times"
3.extra - something additional of the same kindextra - something additional of the same kind; "he always carried extras in case of an emergency"
artefact, artifact - a man-made object taken as a whole
Adj.1.extra - more than is needed, desired, or required; "trying to lose excess weight"; "found some extra change lying on the dresser"; "yet another book on heraldry might be thought redundant"; "skills made redundant by technological advance"; "sleeping in the spare room"; "supernumerary ornamentation"; "it was supererogatory of her to gloat"; "delete superfluous (or unnecessary) words"; "extra ribs as well as other supernumerary internal parts"; "surplus cheese distributed to the needy"
unnecessary, unneeded - not necessary
2.extra - added to a regular scheduleextra - added to a regular schedule; "a special holiday flight"; "put on special buses for the big game"
unscheduled - not scheduled or not on a regular schedule; "an unscheduled meeting"; "the plane made an unscheduled stop at Gander for refueling"
3.extra - further or added; "called for additional troops"; "need extra help"; "an extra pair of shoes"
additive - characterized or produced by addition; "an additive process"
Adv.1.extra - unusually or exceptionally; "an extra fast car"

extra

adjective
1. additional, more, new, other, added, further, fresh, accessory, supplementary, auxiliary, add-on, supplemental, ancillary, x (S.M.S.) Extra staff have been taken on to cover busy periods.
additional needed, required, necessary, essential, vital, compulsory, mandatory, obligatory, requisite
2. surplus, excess, reserve, spare, unnecessary, redundant, needless, unused, leftover, superfluous, extraneous, unneeded, inessential, supernumerary, supererogatory, x (S.M.S.) This exercise will help you burn up any extra calories.
adverb
1. in addition, additionally, over and above, x (S.M.S.) You may be charged extra for this service.

extra

adjective
1. Being more than is needed, desired, or appropriate:
2. Being an addition:
adverb
To a high degree:
Informal: awful.
Chiefly Regional: mighty.
Translations
إضافيإِضَافِيّزَائِدشَيء إضافيطَبعَه إضافيَّه مِن جَريدَه
navícdodatečnýextra
ekstraekstra tingekstraudgavestatistyderligere
liignelisa-
ylimääräinenekstra-erityisenlisä-
dodatnidodatno
felárrendkívüli kiadásstatisztatöbblet-
auka-, umfram-aukablaîaukahluturóvenjulega, sérstaklegastatisti, aukaleikari
余分に余分の
각별히추가의
kas nors papildomapapildomas mokestisspecialus laikraščio numerisstatistas
filmaktierisneparastipapildinājumspapildu-papildus
štatistavedľajší poplatokzvlášťzvláštne vydanie
dodatendodatno
extra
เป็นพิเศษพิเศษ
ek baskıekstrafazladanfigüranilave
thêm

extra

[ˈekstrə]
A. ADJ
1. (= reserve) → de más, de sobra
take an extra pair of shoeslleva un par de zapatos de más or de sobra
take some extra money just to be on the safe sidecoge dinero de más or de sobra para más seguridad
2. (= additional) → más inv, adicional (more frm)
he gave me an extra blanketme dio una manta más
we need two extra chairsnecesitamos dos sillas más
they laid on some extra trainspusieron algunos trenes adicionales or más
I've set an extra place at the tablehe puesto otro cubierto en la mesahe puesto un cubierto más en la mesa
to earn an extra £20 a weekganar 20 libras más a la semana
to go to extra expensegastar de más
to work extra hourstrabajar horas extra
the extra money will come in handyel dinero extra vendrá bien
extra paysobresueldo m
five tons extra to requirementsun excedente de cinco toneladas
3. (= special, added) → excepcional
you must make an extra efforttienes que hacer un esfuerzo excepcional or extra
for extra whitenesspara una mayor blancurapara conseguir una blancura excepcional
for extra safetypara mayor seguridad
take extra care!¡ten muchísimo cuidado!
4. (= over, spare) → de más, de sobra
an extra chromosomeun cromosoma de más or de sobra
these copies are extraestas copias sobran
5. (= not included in price) wine is extrael vino es aparte or no está incluido
postage and packing extralos gastos de envío son aparte, gastos de envío no incluidos
extra chargerecargo m, suplemento m
they delivered it at no extra chargelo enviaron sin recargo
B. ADV
1. (= more) → más
it is better to pay a little extra for better qualityes mejor pagar un poco más y ganar en calidad
you have to pay extra for a single roomhay que pagar más por una habitación individualhay un recargo por habitación individual
wine costs extrael vino es aparte or no está incluido
send 95p extra for postage and packingmanda 95 peniques de más para los gastos de envío
2. (= especially) → extraordinariamente, super
to sing extra loudcantar extraordinariamente fuerte, cantar super fuerte
he did extra well in the written examel examen escrito le salió extraordinariamente bien, el examen escrito le salió super bien
he was extra polite/nice to herfue super educado/amable con ella, fue re(te) educado/amable con ella (esp LAm)
to be extra carefultener un cuidado excepcional
extra fine [nib] → extrafino
to work extra hardtrabajar super duro
extra large [size] → muy grande
extra specialmuy especial, super especial
to take extra special care over sthtomar extremadas precauciones en algo
extra strong [bag, glue, mint] → extra fuerte; [coffee] → super cargado; [nylon] → reforzado
C. N
1. (= luxury, addition) → extra m
(optional) extras (Aut) → extras mpl
2. (= charge) → extra m
there are no hidden extrasno hay extras escondidos
3. (Cine) → extra mf
4. (Press) → número m extraordinario
"extra, extra! read all about it!""¡extra, extra! ¡últimas noticias!"
5. (US) (= gasoline) → súper f
6. (US) (= spare part) → repuesto m
D. CPD extra time N (Ftbl) → prórroga f

extra

[ˈɛkstrə]
adj
(= additional) → supplémentaire, de plus
an extra blanket → une couverture supplémentaire
to be extra (= cost more)
Breakfast is extra → Il y a un supplément pour le petit déjeuner.
adv
(= in addition) → en plus
(= particularly) [careful, nice] → particulièrement
We worked extra hard → Nous avons travaillé particulièrement dur.
extra large sizes → très grandes tailles
nsupplément m
It costs extra → Il y a un supplément.
Wine will cost extra → Le vin sera en supplément.
to pay extra → payer un supplément
(= actor) → figurant(e) m/f extras
npl
(= advantages) → avantages mpl
(= additional charges) → frais mpl supplémentaires
There are no hidden extras → Il n'y a pas de frais supplémentaires.

extra

adj (= additional)zusätzlich; take an extra pair of shoes (just in case)nimm ein zusätzliches Paar Schuhe (als Reserve) mit; we need an extra chairwir brauchen noch einen Stuhl; I have set an extra place at tableich habe noch ein Gedeck aufgelegt; if you’re cold put an extra pullover onwenn du frierst, zieh dir noch einen Pullover an; to work extra hoursÜberstunden machen; to make an extra effortsich besonders anstrengen; extra police/troops were called ines wurde Verstärkung gerufen; to go to extra expensesich zusätzlich in Unkosten stürzen; take extra care!sei besonders vorsichtig!; for extra safetyfür den speziellen or besonderen Schutz; for extra whitenessfür ein (noch) strahlenderes Weiß; an extra £3 a week£ 3 mehr pro Woche; send 75p extra for postage and packingschicken Sie zusätzlich 75 Pence für Porto und Verpackung; we make an extra chargewir berechnen einen Zuschlag; there is an extra charge/no extra charge for breakfastdas Frühstück wird zusätzlich/nicht zusätzlich berechnet; ask if there will be any extra costsfragen Sie, ob noch zusätzliche Kosten hinzukommen; available at extra cost/at no extra costgegen einen Aufpreis/ohne Aufpreis erhältlich; extra busSonderbus m
adv
(= more money) pay, cost, chargemehr; you have to pay extra for breakfast, breakfast costs extradas Frühstück wird zusätzlich berechnet; post and packing extrazuzüglich Porto und Verpackung; to charge extraeinen Zuschlag berechnen
(= especially)besonders; he wanted to do extra well in the examer wollte bei der Prüfung besonders gut abschneiden
n
(= special request)Sonderwunsch m
extras pl (= extra expenses)zusätzliche Kosten pl, → Nebenkosten pl; (in restaurant) → zusätzliche Beilagen pl; (for machine) → Zubehör nt; (for car) → Extras pl ? optional
(Film, Theat) → Statist(in) m(f), → Komparse m, → Komparsin f
(= remainder) what shall we do with the extra?was sollen wir mit dem Rest machen?

extra

[ˈɛkstrə]
1. adjin più
she needs extra help → ha bisogno di maggior aiuto
an extra charge → un supplemento
wine is extra → il vino è escluso
take extra care! → stai molto attento!
for extra safety → per maggior sicurezza
extra transport → corse fpl supplementari or straordinarie
2. adv (specially) → eccezionalmente; (in addition, pay, charge) → di più
extra fine → extra sottile
wine will cost extra → il vino è extra
extra large sizes → taglie fpl forti
3. nextra m inv (Cine, Theatre) (actor) → comparsa

extra

(ˈekstrə) adjective
additional; more than usual or necessary. They demand an extra $10 a week; We need extra men for this job.
adverb
unusually. an extra-large box of chocolates.
pronoun
an additional amount. The book costs $6.90 but we charge extra for postage.
noun
1. something extra, or something for which an extra price is charged. The college fees cover teaching only – stationery and other equipment are extras.
2. in cinema or television, an actor employed in a small part, eg as a person in a crowd.
3. a special edition of a newspaper containing later or special news.

extra

إِضَافِيّ, زَائِد dodatečný, navíc ekstra mehr, zusätzlich επιπλέον, πρόσθετος de más, extra, extra- erityisen, ylimääräinen en plus, supplémentaire dodatni, dodatno aggiuntivo, extra 余分に, 余分の 각별히, 추가의 extra ekstra dodatkowo, dodatkowy extra, super добавочный, дополнительно extra เป็นพิเศษ, พิเศษ ilave, ilaveten thêm 特别地, 额外的

extra

a. extraordinario-a; adicional.

extra

adj extra
References in classic literature ?
Meg had an extra row of little curlpapers across her forehead, Jo had copiously anointed her afflicted face with cold cream, Beth had taken Joanna to bed with her to atone for the approaching separation, and Amy had capped the climax by putting a colthespin on her nose to uplift the offending feature.
It was not accomplished without hard work, for the gold was heavy, and Professor Bumper would not, naturally, consent to the shaving off of so much as an ear or part of the flat nose, to say nothing of one of the half dozen extra arms and legs with which the ugly idol was furnished.
Pontellier had prepared for bed, but he slipped on an extra garment.
Hepzibah, at all events, was indebted to its subtile operation both in body and spirit; so much the more, as it inspired her with energy to get some breakfast, at which, still the better to keep up her courage, she allowed herself an extra spoonful in her infusion of black tea.
In accomplishing the main purpose, it has appeared allowable, by a few extra touches, to give a faint representation of a mode of life not heretofore described, together with some of the characters that move in it, among whom the author happened to make one.
The gallant Ichabod now spent at least an extra half hour at his toilet, brushing and furbishing up his best, and indeed only suit of rusty black, and arranging his locks by a bit of broken looking-glass that hung up in the schoolhouse.
And where Ahab's chances of accomplishing his object have hitherto been spoken of, allusion has only been made to whatever way-side, antecedent, extra prospects were his, ere a particular set time or place were attained, when all possibilities would become probabilities, and, as Ahab fondly thought, every possibility the next thing to a certainty.
Didn't you once say that whatever ship Ahab sails in, that ship should pay something extra on its insurance policy, just as though it were loaded with powder barrels aft and boxes of lucifers forward?
I should be most thankful if you could get me there in time, and will gladly pay you an extra fare.
If they paid rent, of course, they might pay forever, and be no better off; whereas, if they could only meet the extra expense in the beginning, there would at last come a time when they would not have any rent to pay for the rest of their lives.
In fact, if not exactly a believer in the doctrine of the efficiency of the extra good works of saints, he really seemed somehow or other to fancy that his wife had piety and benevolence enough for two--to indulge a shadowy expectation of getting into heaven through her superabundance of qualities to which he made no particular pretension.
I stood a few moments, to let the hearers have a chance to spread my announcement to those who couldn't hear, and so convey it to the furthest ranks, then I made a grand exhibition of extra posturing and gesturing, and shouted: