isrofgar, bema'ni ish tutadigan, cheksiz, haddan tashqari, darbadar, sanqi, adashib yuradigan, kurakda turmaydigan, kelishmagan, bema'ni, ko'ngliga kelganini qilaveradigan, jinni, tentak, esi yo'q, beaql, sovurib yuboruvchi, behuda sarf qiluvchi, nobudgar
Adjective(1) unrestrained, especially with regard to feelings(2) recklessly wasteful
(1) And neither family would have the money to buy SUV's, extravagant birthday parties and cable television.(2) After more than a year of extravagant online spending, scores of advertisers who've used the metrics are looking over the results and wondering what went wrong.(3) Walt Whitman made extravagant claims to immortality.(4) That inquiry was sparked by reports in the Los Angeles Times about Munitz's alleged extravagant travel and spending.(5) She was extremely generous in the extravagant presents she bought for them.(6) Consumer watchdogs in York have warned residents to steer clear of emails making extravagant claims about unrealistic earnings.(7) The twice-wed star enjoyed an extravagant spending spree at an exclusive Hollywood store, where she bought designer baby wear for a newborn girl(8) ├ö├ç├┐I am always anxious that if my husband is laid off one day, how can we support his extravagant spending behaviour,├ö├ç├û she said.(9) If he does, Horne, who eschews unrealistic targets and makes no extravagant claims, will return home a contented man.(10) This was interpreted to mean: women feel confident that they have found a strong and committed mate when they receive an extravagant gift.(11) He made extravagant claims of evidence that revealed hundreds of known communists in government, the media and the film industry.(12) She receives many extravagant and special gifts to help her raise her child.(13) Rudd's extravagant claim was made in the uncomplicated environs of home turf but was equally ill-advised.(14) This relates to the extravagant spending also; if a public institution wants to be funded through taxpayer money, they must be accountable and transparent with how they spend it.(15) Profits were increasing, and newspapers were full of stories about the extravagant spending of the wealthy.(16) Your wealth will increase manifold but try not to give in to extravagant and impulsive buys.
(1) extravagant hopes :: isrof umidlari
1. spendthrift ::
2. expensive ::
3. exorbitant ::
4. excessive ::
5. ornate ::
6. overweening ::
o'ziga ortiq darajada ishongan
7. prodigal ::
1. economical ::
2. frugal ::
3. penny-pinching ::
Different Formsextravagant, extravagantly
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