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extended

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishextendedex‧tend‧ed /ɪkˈstendɪd/ ●○○ adjective [only before noun]  1 made longer or bigger an extended business trip The computer uses extended memory.see thesaurus at long2 long or longer than expected or planned If you are going abroad for an extended period of time, you should consider renting your house out.3 long and detailed an extended analysis of the film
Examples from the Corpus
extendedPeake was not interested in a permanent move and Pool did not pursue the idea of an extended loan.But the suicide letter also keeps a foot in the abstract world, the world of metaphysics in my extended sense.It is not suitable for extended use beyond three years, without modification and revision.Description and decision are delayed until an extended visual search is completed.extended period of timeIt looked as if I was going to be out of commission for another extended period of time.Mail bomb campaigns typically generate terror by sending devices one by one to diverse targets over an extended period of time.Miller observed that penal institutions' can not sustain their decency over an extended period of time.Most of the psychotic episodes experienced by people using Halcion involved high doses for extended periods of time.When the ground is frozen, walking on it for extended periods of time can cause frostbite.Studying the body clock for extended periods of time Consider the following experimental design for a volunteer studied on his own.The intention is that over extended periods of time equivalent machines receive an equivalent amount of resource.The company applies its techniques through workshops or residencies over extended periods of time in hospitals, community centres of special schools.
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