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Adriatic Sea an extension of the Mediterranean between Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia.
Aegean Sea an extension of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey.
Arabian Sea an extension of the Indian Ocean between India and the Arabian Peninsula.
Assyria an ancient empire in Southwest Asia between the Persian Gulf and the Mediterranean, with an extension into Egypt.
Bering Sea a northern extension of the Pacific Ocean between Russia and Alaska, north of the Aleutian Islands.
Caribbean Sea an extension of the Atlantic bordered by the West Indies and Central and South America.
Central America an extension of the North American continent from the Mexican border to South America, comprising seven countries.
continuation an extension. [1/4 definitions]
dead center the maximum or minimum extension of a crank and connecting rod in a reciprocating engine, in which both are in a straight line and the connecting rod cannot turn the crank. [1/2 definitions]
dendrite a branching extension of a nerve cell that carries impulses to the cell body. [1/2 definitions]
dip a downward slope or extension, as in a road. [1/15 definitions]
East China Sea an extension of the North Pacific between China, Korea, and Japan.
ell an extension or wing of a building, usu. at right angles to the main structure. [1/2 definitions]
English Channel an extension of the Atlantic between England and France.
ext. abbreviation of "extension," an additional telephone line connected to the main line.
extensive having great reach or extension. [1/3 definitions]
exterior angle the outside angle formed by the extension of one side of a polygon and the side adjacent to it. [1/2 definitions]
fly1 a cloth extension that covers the open end of a tent. [1/12 definitions]
flying jib a small, light, triangular sail mounted out beyond the jib, usu. on an extension of the jib boom.
Free-Soil of or pertaining to the Free-Soil party of the nineteenth century which opposed the extension of slavery into the territories acquired by the United States.
hook and ladder a fire engine carrying extension ladders, hooked tools, and other equipment; hook-and-ladder truck.