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The size of something in terms of how wide it is; distance from side to side
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  1. The size of something in terms of how wide it is; distance from side to side
  2. A piece of material measured along its smaller dimension or its crosswise grain, especially a piece of fabric measured from selvage to selvage.
  3. (Cricket) The horizontal distance between a batsman and the ball as it passes him.
Wide range or scope:
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  1. Wide range or scope:
  2. Extent or scope, esp. when broad or ample
  3. A piece usually produced in a standard width:
(Figuratively): total extent
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  1. (Figuratively): total extent
  2. Extent in space; distance anything extends
  3. A piece, often of a standard size, that is normally measured along its greatest dimension:
The space, amount, or degree to which a thing extends; size; length; breadth
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  1. The space, amount, or degree to which a thing extends; size; length; breadth
  2. The range, magnitude, or distance over which a thing extends:
  3. An extensive space or area:
Any of the telephones connected to a PBX or other telephone system, each having a number assigned for direct calling; also, the number so assigned
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  1. Any of the telephones connected to a PBX or other telephone system, each having a number assigned for direct calling; also, the number so assigned
  2. (Physics) That property of a body by which it occupies space
  3. The amount, degree, or range to which something extends or can extend:
The extent or distance something can reach:
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  1. The extent or distance something can reach:
  2. Range of understanding; comprehension:
  3. The distance or extent covered in stretching, obtaining, influencing, etc.
An unbroken length, tract, or space; continuous extent or distance
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  1. An unbroken length, tract, or space; continuous extent or distance
  2. An action or effort that exceeds someone's normal limits or powers; specif., a dramatic role regarded as beyond an actor's normal range or abilities
  3. A continuous or unbroken length, area, or expanse:
A point or area that is far away:
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  1. A point or area that is far away:
  2. A depiction of a such a point or area.
  3. The extent of space between points on a measured course.
The extent of a planar region or of the surface of a solid measured in square units.
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  1. The extent of a planar region or of the surface of a solid measured in square units.
  2. A distinct part or section, as of a building, set aside for a specific function:
  3. A surface, especially an open, unoccupied piece of ground:
A long, flexible band used to feed bullets into a machine gun
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  1. A long, flexible band used to feed bullets into a machine gun
  2. Something resembling a belt, as a number of machine-gun rounds attached together in a strip.
  3. A usually bandlike geographic region that is distinctive in a specific respect. Often used in combination:
The area left vacant by this or by mechanical or electronic means on a printed or typed line
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  1. The area left vacant by this or by mechanical or electronic means on a printed or typed line
  2. (Mathematics) A mathematical object, typically a set of sets, that is usually structured to define a range across which variables or other objects (such as a coordinate system) can be defined.
  3. An area provided for a particular purpose:
(Sports) An area in which an athletic event takes place, especially the area inside or near to a running track, where field events are held.
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  1. (Sports) An area in which an athletic event takes place, especially the area inside or near to a running track, where field events are held.
  2. The usually circular area in which the image is rendered by the lens system of an optical instrument.
  3. An area or region where business activities are conducted:
The particular area occupied by an animal or group of animals; esp., the specific area appropriated by an animal or pair of animals, usually for breeding, nesting, and foraging purposes, and forcibly defended against by any intruders
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  1. The particular area occupied by an animal or group of animals; esp., the specific area appropriated by an animal or pair of animals, usually for breeding, nesting, and foraging purposes, and forcibly defended against by any intruders
  2. Any specified area or region
  3. (Sports) The area of a field defended by a specified team:
The distance between the tips of the wings of an airplane.
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  1. The distance between the tips of the wings of an airplane.
  2. The distance between ends or supports
  3. The distance from the tip of the thumb to the tip of the little finger when the hand is fully extended, formerly used as a unit of measure equal to about 9 inches (23 centimeters).
A number of points offered to equalize the chances of winning in a wager on a competition, usually between sports teams.
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  1. A number of points offered to equalize the chances of winning in a wager on a competition, usually between sports teams.
  2. The extent or limit to which something is or can be spread:
  3. An open area of land; an expanse.
A space within a building enclosed by walls or separated from other similar spaces by walls or partitions
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  1. A space within a building enclosed by walls or separated from other similar spaces by walls or partitions
  2. The people present in such an area:
  3. An area separated by walls or partitions from other similar parts of the structure or building in which it is located:
The property of being fair.
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  1. The property of being fair.
The range or extent of action, inquiry, etc., or of an activity, concept, etc.
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  1. The range or extent of action, inquiry, etc., or of an activity, concept, etc.
  2. (Naut.) The length of chain attaching a vessel to an anchor or mooring buoy
  3. The extent of the mind's grasp; range of perception or understanding
The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.
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  1. The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.
  2. The area or sphere in which an activity takes place:
  3. An extensive area of open land on which livestock wander and graze.
Full extent or range; reach; scope; specif., range of tones, as of a voice
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  1. Full extent or range; reach; scope; specif., range of tones, as of a voice
  2. Range or scope, as of understanding, perception, or authority:
  3. An enclosed area
A three-dimensional geometric surface having all of its points the same distance from a given point.
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  1. A three-dimensional geometric surface having all of its points the same distance from a given point.
  2. Any round body or figure having the surface equally distant from the center at all points; globe; ball
  3. A range or extent of knowledge, interest, or activity:
A measure, quantity, or degree of difference:
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  1. A measure, quantity, or degree of difference:
  2. The blank space bordering the written or printed area on a page.
  3. An edge and the area immediately adjacent to it; a border.
(Football) A play in which the ball carrier runs a relatively long way toward a sideline before turning toward the line of scrimmage
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  1. (Football) A play in which the ball carrier runs a relatively long way toward a sideline before turning toward the line of scrimmage
  2. A thorough search of an area:
  3. Extent or range; stretch; reach
The quality of being remote.
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A measure of relative position north or south on the Earth's surface, measured in degrees from the equator, which has a latitude of 0°, with the poles having a latitude of 90° north and south. The distance of a degree of latitude is about 69 statute miles or 60 nautical miles (111 km). Latitude and longitude are the coordinates that together identify all positions on the Earth's surface.
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  1. A measure of relative position north or south on the Earth's surface, measured in degrees from the equator, which has a latitude of 0°, with the poles having a latitude of 90° north and south. The distance of a degree of latitude is about 69 statute miles or 60 nautical miles (111 km). Latitude and longitude are the coordinates that together identify all positions on the Earth's surface.
  2. A range of values or conditions, especially the range of exposures over which a photographic film yields usable images.
  3. A region of the earth considered in relation to its distance from the equator:
An extent, scope, range, etc. of a limited or specified kind
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  1. An extent, scope, range, etc. of a limited or specified kind
  2. A bounded range of effective activity or influence:
  3. A line segment that joins the center of a circle or sphere with any point on the circumference of the circle or the surface of the sphere. It is half the length of the diameter.
An uncultivated, uninhabited region; waste; wild
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  1. An uncultivated, uninhabited region; waste; wild
  2. An unsettled, uncultivated region, especially:
  3. Any barren, empty, or open area, as of ocean
A political district or unit, often with its adjacent lands:
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  1. A political district or unit, often with its adjacent lands:
  2. A portion of the earth's surface distinguished from others by some characteristic:
  3. An area of the body having natural or arbitrarily assigned boundaries:
Breadth or range, as of intelligence.
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  1. Breadth or range, as of intelligence.
  2. (Physics) One half the full extent of a vibration, oscillation, or wave. The amplitude of an ocean wave is the maximum height of the wave crest above the level of calm water, or the maximum depth of the wave trough below the level of calm water. The amplitude of a pendulum swinging through an angle of 90° is 45°.
  3. The extreme range of a fluctuating quantity, as an alternating current or the swing of a pendulum, generally measured from the average or mean to the extreme
The state or characteristic of being immense.
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  1. The state or characteristic of being immense.
  2. Great size or limitless extent
  3. Infinite space or being
(Painting) The depicting of distance, as in a landscape
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  1. (Painting) The depicting of distance, as in a landscape
  2. (Horse Racing) A space that is a certain distance back from the finish line: in order to be qualified for future heats, a horse must have reached this space by the time the winner has completed the course
  3. The extent of space between points on a measured course.
(Mathematics) A quantity written in an extended form, such as in a sum or product of terms.
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  1. (Mathematics) A quantity written in an extended form, such as in a sum or product of terms.
  2. An increase in the volume of a substance while its mass remains the same. Expansion is usually due to heating. When substances are heated, the molecular bonds between their particles are weakened, and the particles move faster, causing the substance to expand.
  3. The amount, degree, or extent of expansion
The space, amount, or degree to which a thing extends; size; length; breadth
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  1. The space, amount, or degree to which a thing extends; size; length; breadth
  2. The range, magnitude, or distance over which a thing extends:
  3. An extensive space or area:
A continuous, uninterrupted extent or stretch
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  1. A continuous, uninterrupted extent or stretch
  2. The extent or distance something can reach:
  3. The distance or extent covered in stretching, obtaining, influencing, etc.
The region of the universe beyond Earth's atmosphere. &diamf3; The part of this region within the solar system is known as interplanetary space . &diamf3; The part of this region beyond the solar system but within the Milky Way or within another galaxy is known as interstellar space . &diamf3; The part of this region between the Milky Way and other galaxies is known as intergalactic space .
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  1. The region of the universe beyond Earth's atmosphere. &diamf3; The part of this region within the solar system is known as interplanetary space . &diamf3; The part of this region beyond the solar system but within the Milky Way or within another galaxy is known as interstellar space . &diamf3; The part of this region between the Milky Way and other galaxies is known as intergalactic space .
  2. (--- Mathematics) A set of elements or points satisfying specified geometric postulates:
  3. An area provided for a particular purpose:
A number of points offered to equalize the chances of winning in a wager on a competition, usually between sports teams.
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  1. A number of points offered to equalize the chances of winning in a wager on a competition, usually between sports teams.
  2. The extent or limit to which something is or can be spread:
  3. An expanse; extent; stretch; compass
A continuous or unbroken length, area, or expanse:
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  1. A continuous or unbroken length, area, or expanse:
  2. (Baseball) A series of movements in which a pitcher, standing with the glove side facing home plate, raises both hands to the height of the head and then lowers them to the chest or waist for a short pause before pitching the ball. It is used especially when runners are on base because it gives base runners less time to steal than they have during a full windup.
  3. An unbroken length, tract, or space; continuous extent or distance
A long pole mounted on a pivot, with a bucket at one end, used for raising water, as from a well
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  1. A long pole mounted on a pivot, with a bucket at one end, used for raising water, as from a well
  2. Extent or range; stretch; reach
  3. (Football) A play in which the ball carrier runs a relatively long way toward a sideline before turning toward the line of scrimmage
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