extent

extent
[ɪk'stent], [ek-]
сущ.
1) пространство, протяжение, расстояние, протяженность; объём

in area extent — по площади

to its full extent — во всю ширь

They occupied only a small extent of England. — Они захватили только малую часть Англии.

Syn:
2) мера, степень, рамки, пределы

to a certain extent — в известной степени

to a lesser extent — в меньшей степени

to some extent — до некоторой степени; в некотором роде

to the extent of — до размера, в пределах

extent of mineralization — геол. степень минерализованности

Syn:
3) размер, величина

extent of business — эк. размер операций, объём операций

The extent of kite's wings is more than five feet. — Размер крыльев коршуна составляет более пяти футов.


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