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extra

ex·tra

extra

 
pronunciation:
ek str
parts of speech:
adjective, noun, adverb
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: more than is expected or usual.
We're going to need some extra men for the job.I put in some extra time on this assignment.
synonyms:
additional, further, more, other
similar words:
excess, reserve, special, supplemental, surplus
definition 2: better than is expected or usual.
synonyms:
remarkable, special
similar words:
exceptional, extraordinary, notable, uncommon
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: an added and often more luxurious thing.
These apartments come with many extras including free parking and use of the swimming pool.We're on a tight budget and can't afford any extras right now.
synonyms:
accessory, addition
similar words:
add-on, bonus, feature, gain, option, plus, premium
definition 2: an edition of a newspaper that is added to a regular publication schedule.
synonyms:
special
similar words:
supplement
definition 3: one who is specially hired for a large group scene in a film.
antonyms:
star
definition 4: an added cost.
synonyms:
markup, surcharge
similar words:
add-on, addition, gratuity, tax, tip
 
part of speech: adverb
definition: to a higher degree; unusually.
This fabric is made with an extra fine cotton.
synonyms:
notably, remarkably, uncommonly, unusually