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ex·ten·sive

 (ĭk-stĕn′sĭv)
adj.
1. Large in extent, range, or amount.
2. Of or relating to agricultural production that requires large areas of land but minimizes the input of labor or materials.

ex·ten′sive·ly adv.
ex·ten′sive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.extensively - in a widespread way; "oxidation ponds are extensively used for sewage treatment in the Midwest"
Translations
značně
vidt
laajalti
opsežno
広く
광범위하게
i stor utsträckning
อย่างกว้างขวาง
một cách rộng rãi

extensively

[ɪksˈtensɪvlɪ] ADV
1. (= on a large scale) [work, travel] → mucho; [write, speak] → ampliamente, mucho; [damage] → considerablemente; [restore, modify] → considerablemente, en gran parte
he travelled extensively in Mexicoviajó mucho por México
the story was covered extensively in the papersla historia tuvo una amplia cobertura en la prensa
these grapes are grown extensively in Bordeauxestas uvas se cultivan extensamente en Burdeos
2. (= in detail) [discuss, write] → mucho; [study, research, revise] → exhaustivamente, a fondo
I have quoted extensively from the articlehe utilizado muchas citas del artículo

extensively

[ɪkˈstɛnsɪvli] adv [altered, damaged] → considérablement
He's travelled extensively → Il a beaucoup voyagé.
The building was extensively renovated last year → Le bâtiment a été largement rénové l'année dernière.

extensively

adv travel, write, workviel; use, growhäufig; research, report, write, discuss, quoteausführlich; modify, alterbeträchtlich; restorezum großen Teil; the clubhouse was extensively damagedan dem Klubhaus entstand ein größerer or beträchtlicher Schaden; the chassis was extensively modifiedam Chassis wurden umfangreiche Änderungen vorgenommen; this edition has been extensively reviseddiese Ausgabe ist grundlegend überarbeitet worden; I have quoted extensively from the articleich habe umfangreiche Zitate aus dem Artikel verwendet; the extensively reported or covered trialder Prozess, über den ausführlich berichtet wurde

extensively

[ɪksˈtɛnsɪvlɪ] adv (altered, damaged) → radicalmente; (study, investigate) → a fondo; (use, travel) → molto
he's travelled extensively → ha viaggiato molto

extensively

بِشَكْلٍ مُوَسَّع značně vidt weitreichend εκτεταμένα exhaustivamente, por todas partes laajalti complètement opsežno ampiamente 広く 광범위하게 uitgebreid i stor utstrekning obszernie extensivamente в значительной степени i stor utsträckning อย่างกว้างขวาง uzun uzadıya một cách rộng rãi 广阔地
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But, thanks to the nationality of the victim of the shock, thanks to the reputation of the company to which the vessel belonged, the circumstance became extensively circulated.
Her naturally bright intelligence had begun to admit the fatalistic convictions common to field-folk and those who associate more extensively with natural phenomena than with their fellow-creatures; and she accordingly drifted into that passive responsiveness to all things her lover suggested, characteristic of the frame of mind.
As his studies, at a previous period of his life, had made him extensively acquainted with the medical science of the day, it was as a physician that he presented himself and as such was cordially received.
Now, it is very remarkable that this is so extensively overlooked,' continued the Time Traveller, with a slight accession of cheerfulness.
The people, however, who entered most extensively and effectively in the fur trade of the Pacific, were the Russians.
In his line he is making things move along in this country He has traveled extensively in America.
Wheat is extensively cultivated, and a good deal of Indian corn: a kind of bean is, however, the staple article of food for the common labourers.
This meeting they advertised extensively, and the Socialists advertised it too--with the result that about a thousand of them were on hand that evening.
It was necessary for Joe to hold on heavily to the table with his left elbow, and to get his right leg well out behind him, before he could begin, and when he did begin, he made every down-stroke so slowly that it might have been six feet long, while at every up-stroke I could hear his pen spluttering extensively.
During the early spring he had refrained from adding extensively to the comfort of his environment because he had felt that the army might start on the march at any moment.
Few of her sex and years were more extensively known or more universally beloved than the admirable woman who thus fell a victim to the chances of the wilderness.
But in the long cold nights of the northern Indian winter they were stolen most extensively.

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