Extra - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈekstrə|  American pronunciation of the word extra
Brit.  |ˈɛkstrə|  British pronunciation of the word extra

noun

- a minor actor in crowd scenes (syn: supernumerary)
- an additional edition of a newspaper (usually to report a crisis)
- something additional of the same kind(syn: duplicate)

adverb

- unusually or exceptionally

adjective

- more than is needed, desired, or required(syn: excess, redundant, spare, supererogatory, superfluous, supernumerary, surplus)
- added to a regular schedule (syn: special)
- further or added(syn: additional)

Examples

She got a part-time job to earn some extra money.

He gave us an extra week to finish the job.

There's no extra charge for breakfast.

The package deal includes some nice extras.

Thousands of extras were hired for the battle scene.

You have to pay $5 extra for room service.

The food was extra good.

The roads are slippery, so be extra careful.

This is an extra special occasion.

The price of your meal is extra.

The larger edition contains three maps extra.

I'd have to be extra careful.

We were all told to try extra hard to be nice to him.

Could you get an extra loaf of bread?

Allow extra time for your journey.

Word forms

noun
singular: extra
plural: extras
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