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extra

US [ˈekstrə]
UK ['ekstrə]
  • adv.额外;特别;另外;格外
  • adj.额外的;分外的;外加的;附加的
  • n.额外的事物;另外收费的事物;群众演员
  • Web临时演员;号外;特级
Plural Form:extras  
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adj.
— see also
extra time
1.
额外的;分外的;外加的;附加的more than is usual, expected, or than exists already
Breakfast is provided at no extra charge.
供应早餐,不另收费。
The conference is going to be a lot of extra work.
这次会议将有很多额外工作。
an extra pint of milk
外加的一品脱牛奶
The government has promised an extra £1 billion for health care.
政府承诺为医疗保健再拨款 10 亿英镑。
Take extra care on the roads this evening.
今晚在路上要格外小心。
n.
1.
额外的事物;另外收费的事物a thing that is added to sth that is not usual, standard or necessary and that costs more
The monthly fee is fixed and there are no hidden extras(= unexpected costs) .
月费是固定的,没有未言明的额外开支。
Metallic paint is an optional extra(= a thing you can choose to have or not, but must pay more for if you have it) .
喷金属漆是自由选择的,要额外收费。
2.
(电影里的)临时演员,群众演员a person who is employed to play a very small part in a film/movie, usually as a member of a crowd
adv.
1.
额外;另外;外加in addition; more than is usual, expected or exists already
to charge/pay/cost extra
另外收费;另付;额外花费
I need to earn a bit extra this month.
我这个月需要挣点外快。
The rate for a room is £30, but breakfast is extra.
一个房间收费 30 英镑,但早餐另付。
2.
特别;格外;分外more than usually
You need to be extra careful not to make any mistakes.
你要格外小心,别犯错误。
an extra large T-shirt
一件特大号的 T 恤衫
She tried extra hard.
她特别努力。

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