extent

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  • It is thought that these were played to only a very limited extent, however.
  • To what extent does a section have earlier or later sources?
  • To a certain extent they tried to make it an eastern Rome.
  • The key is the location and/or extent in space-time.
  • The building activity reached to such an extent that some cities actually became city temples.
  • In recent years the extent of the sea ice has declined.
  • Silver was the most common metal in the economy by large, although gold was also used to some extent.
  • In fact, both sides are right to some extent.
  • Much more work is needed here to define the extent of the potential problems.
  • The actual nature and extent of this practice is unknown.
  • To that extent is the increase of State activity popular.
  • In general, many alternative functional forms can appear to follow a power-law form for some extent.
  • Finally, it is necessary to consider the extent, or the number of people affected by the action.
  • As a result, she was, to some extent, made into a goddess of war.
  • The extent to which it fails to do so has not been confirmed.
  • The extents have been well-defined for at least several hundred years.
  • These mountains have a maximum extent of from northwest to southeast and measure some across.
  • Every time the ice sheet reached its greatest extent, the North Sea became almost completely dry.
  • Depending on the type and extent of treatment, they can affect the value of the stone.
  • In time, most Chinese people identified to some extent with all three traditions simultaneously.
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Words starting with extent

Meaning of extent

  • noun The point or degree to which something extends
    the extent of the damage, the full extent of the law, to a certain extent she was right
  • noun The distance or area or volume over which something extends
    the vast extent of the desert, an orchard of considerable extent