extend


extend
1. II
extend somewhere extend westwards (Londonwards, far and wide, etc.) простираться /тянуться/ на запад и т.д.
2. III
extend smth.
1) extend the frontiers of a state (the boundaries of a park, the city boundaries, etc.) расширять границы государства и т.д.; extend a schoolhouse увеличивать площадь школьного здания (за счет пристройки, надстройки и т.п.), extend one's premises снять или получить дополнительную площадь; extend a railway (a fence, a wall, etc.) протянуть дальше железную дорогу и т.д.; extend a line удлинять /продолжать/ линию; extend one's business расширить дело; extend one's influence (one's power, one's operations, etc.) распространить влияние и т.д.; extend one's connections наладить более широкие связи
2) extend one's leave (smb.'s visit, etc.) продлить отпуск и т.д.
3) book. extend one's arm (one's hand, one's leg) протянуть вытянуть/ руку и т.д.
3. VII
extend smth. to do smth. extend the application of the rule to cover this case распространить правило и на этот случай
4. XII
have (get) smth. extended have (get) a visa extended (the term extended, the time extended until the end of next month, etc.) продлить визу и т.д.; добиться продления визы и т.д.
5. XVI
1) extend for some distance extend for many kilometres (for miles and miles, for miles in both directions, to the length of 10 miles, etc.) тянуться /простираться/ на многие километры и т.д.; extend to some place /as far as some place / extend to Europe (to China, etc.) доходить до Европы и т.д.; extend as far as the river доходить /простираться/ до самой реки; extend from some place to some place extend from China to Europe простираться от Китая до Европы; extend through some place extend through several countries проходить через несколько стран; extend beyond smth. his power extends beyond his country (beyond this place, beyond the seas, etc.) его могущество /власть/ простирается /распространяется/ далеко за пределы страны и т.д.
2) extend for (till, into, from... to /till/..., etc.) some time the exhibition (the conference, smb.'s visit, etc.) will extend for a fortnight (till Wednesday, from Wednesday to Saturday, from May till October, etc.) выставка и т.д. продлятся /будет продолжаться/ две недели и т.д.; extend into months (over a period of several years, over ten weeks, etc.) растягиваться на месяцы и т.д., продолжаться месяцами и т.д.; extend to smth. the chapter extends to a hundred pages глава занимает /в этой главе/ сто страниц
6. XXI1
1) extend smth. to (into, over, etc.) smth. extend the railroad to the border протянуть /проложить/ железную дорогу до границы; extend the novel to three volumes растянуть роман на целых три тома; extend one's influence over smb. распространить свое влияние на кого-л.; extend one's power and influence into neighbouring countries подчинить соседние страны своей власти и влиянию
2) extend smth. across (to, under, etc.) smth. extend a rope across the street (under the arch, over the bridge, etc.) протянуть веревку через улицу и т.д.; extend one's arm to the full length вытянуть руку на всю длину
3) extend smth. into (for) some time extend one's visit into months (into years, etc.) растянуть свой визит на несколько месяцев и т.д.; extend the time for a few days растянуть срок на несколько дней
4) extend smth. to smb. offic. extend help to poor people оказывать помощь бедным; extend a helping hand to one's friends протянуть руку помощи друзьям; extend sympathy to smb. выражать сочувствие кому-л.; extend kindness to one's neighbours проявлять любезность в отношении соседей; extend an invitation to smb. приглашать кого-л.: extend congratulations to smb. поздравлять кого-л.; extend a welcome to smb. USA оказывать радушный прием кому-л., проявлять радушие по отношению к кому-л.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Extend — Ex*tend ([e^]ks*t[e^]nd ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Extended}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Extending}.] [L. extendere, extentum, extensum; ex out + tendere to stretch. See {Trend}.] 1. To stretch out; to prolong in space; to carry forward or continue in length; …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Extend — Студийный альбом Milanese …   Википедия

  • extend — extend, lengthen, elongate, prolong, protract all mean to draw out or add to so as to increase in length. Both extend and lengthen (opposed to shorten) connote an increase of length either in space or in time, but extend is also used to connote… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • extend — Fowler (1926) and others have castigated the use of extend to mean ‘to give, to offer’ in expressions such as extend a welcome. Fowler wrote that ‘extend in this sense has done its development in America, and has come to use full grown via the… …   Modern English usage

  • extend — [ek stend′, ikstend′] vt. [ME extended < L extendere < ex , out + tendere, to stretch: see THIN] 1. to stretch out or draw out to a certain point, or for a certain distance or time 2. to enlarge in area, scope, influence, meaning, effect,… …   English World dictionary

  • extend — I (enlarge) verb add, aggrandize, amplify, augere, augment, broaden, build up, carry beyond the limit, carry further, cause to grow, continue, deepen, develop, dilate, distend, draw out, elongate, enlarge the scope of, expand, extendere, increase …   Law dictionary

  • extend — early 14c., to value, assess; late 14c. to stretch out, lengthen, from Anglo Fr. estendre (late 13c.), O.Fr. estendre stretch out, extend, increase, from L. extendere stretch out, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + tendere to stretch (see TENET (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • extend — [v1] make larger, longer add to, aggrandize, amplify, augment, beef up*, boost, broaden, carry on, continue, crane, develop, dilate, drag one’s feet*, drag out, draw, draw out, elongate, enhance, enlarge, expand, fan out, go on, heighten,… …   New thesaurus

  • extend to — index abut, border (bound), reach Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • extend — ► VERB 1) make larger in area. 2) cause to last longer. 3) occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 4) hold out (one s hand or another part of one s body) towards someone. 5) offer; make available. DERIVATIVES extendability… …   English terms dictionary


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