daraja, miqdor, masofa, keng sath, o'lcham, ko'lam, miqyos
Noun(1) the point or degree to which something extends(2) the distance or area or volume over which something extends
(1) When the country was in the grip of a deadly bird flu last year, his government admitted it tried to cover up the extent of the problem.(2) To the extent that his views are different from yours you would have my vote.(3) the extent of a circle(4) everyone will have to compromise to some extent(5) the extent of his power surprised me(6) Another looks to the extent of the property covered by the security.(7) Anecdotal accounts, however, give a picture of the extent of the killing and maiming.(8) The committee visited the area to evaluate the extent of damage caused by the flooding.(9) It changed my personal life to the extent that it took away from me my freedom.(10) Little survives of this very large area, although its extent has been established by excavation.(11) Kelly's heart condition made him unable to withstand loss of blood to the extent that a fit person could.(12) A potential grey area is the extent to which a State can protect an individual against criminal behaviour.(13) This is especially so with regard to the geographical extent of globalization.(14) the extent of global warming(15) In Harare and Bulawayo and to a lesser extent in rural areas, there are many training centers.(16) He is hugely confident, to the extent that some people have described him as arrogant.
(1) to some extent :: qaysidir ma'noda
1. area ::
2. size ::
3. expanse ::
4. length ::
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