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extra-

or extro-
pref.
Outside; beyond: extraterritorial.

[Latin extrā-, from extrā; see eghs in Indo-European roots.]

extra-

prefix
outside or beyond an area or scope: extrasensory; extraterritorial.
[from Latin extrā outside, beyond, changed from extera, from exterus outward]

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]
Translations

extra-

pref
(= outside)außer-; extra-parliamentaryaußerparlamentarisch
(= especially)besonders, extra; extra-dry (wine)herb; champagneextra dry; extra-large (eggs, tomatoes)besonders or extra groß; T-shirt, underpantsübergroß; an extra-large sizeeine Übergröße; extra-smartbesonders schick, todschick (inf)
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Was any consideration given to the amount of extra- and intra-cellular water?
Beverage pH has minimal impact on the pH of the body (4) and is not a factor in the movement of water between the extra- and intra-cellular space.
In addition, 69% of students in the course reported that they attended class more often because of the chance to obtain the points associated with the extra- credit quizzes.