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extra in Film topic

extraextra4 noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 ADDsomething which is added to a basic product or service that improves it and often costs more πŸ”Š Tinted windows and a sunroof are optional extras (=something that you can choose to have or not). πŸ”Š Be careful, there may be hidden extras (=additional charges which you are not told about). πŸ”Š It’s got lots of useful little extras.2 AMFan actor in a film who does not say anything but is part of a crowd πŸ”Š He started his acting career as an extra.β–Ί see thesaurus at actor
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extraβ€’ Extra! Extra! Read all about it!β€’ There might also be a selection of pricing plans and added extras.β€’ They were well looked after and were given plenty of beer, cigarettes and extras at Christmas time.β€’ Shirley worked really hard and did a lot of little extras for the clients.β€’ A wide range of extras are also available.β€’ One client, says Mr Timlin, spent $ 350,000 on extras.β€’ Tinted windows and a sunroof are optional extras.β€’ Let romance bring the extras, not the basics, to your life.β€’ Tonight we meet some of the unsung heroes of Inspector Morse - the extras.β€’ a car with extras such as a sun roof and CD playerβ€’ This great two-disc version of the alien invasion blockbuster is packed with extras.optional extrasβ€’ Cruising chutes and Windsurfers are available as optional extras on some yachts.β€’ Theories are not optional extras in science.β€’ Most of the systems offer optional extras.β€’ Made to measure in glass fibre with toughened glass roof and sides, optional extras include ventilation and double glazing.