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Added to an existing or usual amount or number.‘they offered him an extra thirty-five cents an hour’→ sundry‘a lot of extra work is involved’
additional, more, added, supplementary, supplemental, further, auxiliary, ancillary, subsidiary, secondary, attendant, accessoryother, another, new, freshView synonyms
- ‘You will also be able to buy amounts of extra pension.’
- ‘Many firms will pay a death-in-service benefit of about four times salary to dependants, which will cut the amount of extra life cover you need.’
- ‘However, the deal stipulates they cannot take the payout and bring separate proceedings for an extra amount.’
- ‘The amount of these extra payments differs from one bank to another.’
- ‘Vitamin D from food contained only about 10 per cent of our needs and people needed to get extra amounts from sunbathing.’
- ‘Significant amounts of extra cash have been pumped in nationally and from local authorities and people expect to see results.’
- ‘Fishermen who want to trade up and buy a bigger boat usually scrap their existing vessel and buy extra tonnage from the market.’
- ‘Under the law, the retailer must refund the money for the goods and also pay an extra amount of compensation to the consumer.’
- ‘One thing I really like about DVDs is the amount of extra material which is included in them.’
- ‘There is the normal amount of extra traffic here at rush hour.’
- ‘It does have a certain amount of extra interest in it because of the potential role of the congressman.’
- ‘If the council is going to stick to this plan it is essential it accepts a small amount of extra waste properly bagged and placed alongside the grey bin.’
- ‘Concerns were expressed about the amount of extra traffic and noise generated once the scheme starts, probably in February.’
- ‘We're only talking here about 1 per cent of taxpayers paying the extra amount.’
- ‘The council has agreed to pay £500 compensation and an extra amount if Mrs Strachan cannot now buy the lodge.’
- ‘There was no traffic-flow study or any analysis of environmental impact of the extra traffic on the existing users of the Fulford Road.’
- ‘From the traffic point of view I wouldn't think that the small amount of extra traffic generated from the number of units planned is a great concern.’
- ‘If it doesn't involve me personally receiving a large amount of extra cash each month, then frankly I'm not interested.’
- ‘The hospital is also criticised for the amount of extra hours worked by staff, a lack of employee appraisals and the response rate to the questionnaire.’
- ‘An eloquent minister, at either level, could expect to win an extra amount in budget discussions.’
Mid 17th century (as an adjective): probably a shortening of extraordinary, suggested by similar forms in French and German.
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