Extend [verb]

Definition of Extend:

make larger, longer

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Sentence/Example of Extend:

When the Nats extended him for $245 million for seven years, I understood and agreed.

As a storyteller, Yeun says he is drawn to those who are “unseen,” and extends the notion of life in the gap to include the character.

Another daughter, Christina Farmer, recalled getting a message one morning that convinced her, for a short while, that her father was extending his trip in the Indiana countryside.

It’s possible that light snow will extend into areas inside the Beltway for a time this evening.

They extended the lead like three times on us when we cut the lead to six, seven, eight points.

A straightforward shoring up of her return game — taking care to put returns in play and seeking to extend receiving point rallies — could help her clear the last obstacle.

Yet a horrifying, puppetlike schoolteacher found me by extending her neck to unnatural proportions to see behind the bookshelf, eating me alive.

Farm Journal, a leading source of data and activation in the far-reaching agricultural vertical, for years has extended its reach and scale through remarketing partners on owned-and-operated sites.

Then, consider extending the midseason break to build in more rest time.

I had predicted Nevada would be the first state to extend vaccines to hospitality workers, given Las Vegas’ reliance on the industry.