extra

Definitions:

  • More than or beyond what is usual, normal, expected, or necessary: <i>synonym</i>: <strong> superfluous</strong>.
  • Subject to an additional charge.
  • Something more than is usual or necessary.
  • Something, such as an accessory on a motor vehicle, for which an additional charge is made.
  • A special edition of a newspaper.
  • A performer hired to play a minor part, as in a crowd scene in a film.
  • To an exceptional extent or degree; unusually.
  • Beyond the ordinary standard or measure; extraordinarily; unusually; uncommonly: as, this is done <em>extra</em> well; that is an <em>extra</em> high price.
  • More than what is usual, or than what is due, appointed, or expected; supplementary; additional; supernumerary: as, an <em>extra</em> price; an <em>extra</em> edition of a newspaper; <em>extra</em> diet; <em>extra</em> charges at a boarding-school.
  • Something in addition to what is usual or expected; something over and above the usual course or charge, or beyond what is usual.
  • Specifically An edition or a copy of a newspaper issued at an unusual hour to convey special intelligence.
  • In <em>cricket</em>, a score or run not made from the bat, as a bye or a wide: usually in plural.
  • A prefix of Latin origin, originally an adverb and preposition, meaning ‘outside, beyond.’ ;
  • Used in trade to denote a size somewhat larger than that, mentioned: as, <em>extra</em> elephant folio; <em>extra</em> foolscap octavo.
  • Something in addition to what is due, expected, or customary; esp., an added charge or fee, or something for which an additional charge is made.
  • An edition of a newspaper issued at a time other than the regular one.
  • A run, as from a bye, credited to the general score but not made from a hit.
  • Something of an extra quality or grade.
  • Beyond what is due, usual, expected, or necessary; additional; supernumerary; also, extraordinarily good; superior
  • <xref>Beyond</xref> what is <xref>due</xref>, <xref>usual</xref>, <xref>expected</xref>, or <xref>necessary</xref>; <xref>extraneous</xref>; <xref>additional</xref>; <xref>supernumerary</xref>.
  • <xref>Extraordinarily</xref> <xref>good</xref>; <xref>superior</xref>; as extra work, extra pay.
  • To an extraordinary degree.
  • A <xref>run</xref> scored without the <xref>ball</xref> having <xref>hit</xref> the <xref>striker</xref>'s <xref>bat</xref> - a <xref>wide</xref>, <xref>bye</xref>, <xref>leg bye</xref> or <xref>no ball</xref>; in <xref>Australia</xref> referred to as a <xref>sundry</xref>
  • an extra edition of a newspaper, which is printed outside of the normal printing cycle
  • A <xref>supernumerary</xref> or <xref>walk-on</xref> in a film or play
  • something additional of the same kind
  • more than is needed, desired, or required
  • further or added
  • a minor actor in crowd scenes
  • added to a regular schedule
  • unusually or exceptionally
  • an additional edition of a newspaper (usually to report a crisis)
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