|able to be extended||extensible; extensile|
|(Computers) method of character coding which is similar to ASCII and is used in large computers, computer code, Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code||EBCDIC|
|a coming together again, act of uniting again, act of joining again; state of being reunited; meeting of friends or colleagues after an extended separation, gathering||reunion|
|a long time, able to reach considerable distance, accented, after certain time, at another time, beyond what is wanted, continuing over a great distance; having a great height; extended, prolonged; tedious; broad, comprehensive; far-reaching, descended...||long|
|ability to be restored to good condition; ability to be resumed; ability to be refreshed; ability to be extended for an additional period of time||renewability|
|ability to extend or be extended, ability to be pulled out to its full length, stretchability||extendability|
|ability to extend or be extended, ability to be pulled out to its full length, stretchability||extendibility|
|able to be extended quickly, can be caused to project, can be cause to stick out; can be cause to bulge or swell outward, protrusible||protrusile|
|able to be extended, stretchable, may be pulled out to a greater length||extensible|
|able to be renewed, can be restored to good condition; can be resumed; can be refreshed; can be extended for an additional period of time, not likely to run out||renewable|
|act of balancing the body on the hands and head with the legs extended in the air, position balancing on head||headstand|
|act of balancing the body on the hands with the legs extended in the air, balancing on the hands||handstand|
|act of flying with the wings rigidly extended instead of being flapped (said of birds); act of flying with a glider; act of soaring; (Music) slur||gliding|
|act of spreading out, extend, spread out; outstretched; extended (of a hand or an arm), spread out; stretch out; extend, stretched out||outspread|
|act of stretching; condition of being stretched; large expanse; stretchiness, elasticity; duration of time; period of imprisonment, be enough, challenge, draw out to the full length, extend, elongate; be extended; reach out; pull, make taut; strain; be...||stretch|
|apply coating to, become or make known, bed or table cover, commodities market transaction, difference between bid and offer, disperse, display, distance between things, expanse of land, extend in range, extend in time, extend widely, extended, extensi...||spread|
|area for public recreation, area housing military vehicles, business site, kiss in parked car, leave something somewhere, maneuver motor vehicle into space, place a vehicle in a location for an extended period of time, place spacecraft in orbit, positi...||park|
|ball which misses the goal (in Cricket); expansive place (Archaic), being a specified distance apart, broad; having the breadth of; spacious; open, extended; far to the left or to the right of a goal; shrewd (Slang), fitting loosely, going beyond detai...||wide|
|ballet position with right leg extended, fourth||fourth position|
|be extended to somebody||go out to|
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