extensive


extensive
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1) исчерпывающий
2) подробный (напр., о таблице); всеобъемлющий
3) всесторонний (об исследовании)
extensive study систематическое изучение / исследование
4) обстоятельный
The most extensive fuel quality testing was carried out in the Central Test Laboratory Наиболее обстоятельная проверка качества топлива проводилась в Центральной испытательной лаборатории
5) развернутый
extensive network of air quality monitoring stations развернутая сеть станций / постов мониторинга качества воздуха
6) (пе-рен.) богатый
extensive[installation]practice богатый опыт [ монтажа];
extensive experience 1. богатый опыт 2. богатая практика (выполнения чего-л.)
7) развитый
an extensive network of refueling stations развитая сеть топливозаправочных станций
8) протяженный (о трещине)
9) (черен.) насыщенный
Uzbekistan has the most extensive network of air quality monitoring stations Узбекистан располагает наиболее насыщенной [ среди государств среднеазиатского региона] сетью станций / постов мониторинга качества воздуха
10) массовый

English-Russian dictionary of scientific and technical difficulties vocabulary. . 2007.

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  • Extensive — Ex*ten sive, a. [L. extensivus: cf. F. extensif. See {Extend}.] 1. Having wide extent; of much superficial extent; expanded; large; broad; wide; comprehensive; as, an extensive farm; an extensive lake; an extensive sphere of operations; extensive …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • extensive — I adjective ample, amplus, big, branching, broad, broad based, capacious, commodious, comprehensive, considerable, covering a wide area, deep, diffuse, diffusive, embracing a large area, encompassing a wide area, expanded, expansive, extended,… …   Law dictionary

  • extensive — vast, far reaching; c.1600 of immaterial, c.1700 of material things; from L.L. extensivus, from extens , pp. stem of L. extendere (see EXTEND (Cf. extend)). Earlier in a medical sense, characterized by swelling (early 15c.). Related: Extensively; …   Etymology dictionary

  • extensive — [adj] far reaching, thorough across the board*, all encompassing, all inclusive, big, blanket*, boundless, broad, capacious, commodious, comprehensive, comprising, considerable, expanded, extended, far flung*, general, great, hefty, huge,… …   New thesaurus

  • extensive — ► ADJECTIVE 1) covering a large area. 2) large in amount or scale. DERIVATIVES extensively adverb extensiveness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • extensive — [ek sten′siv, iksten′siv] adj. [ME < L extensivus < extensus: see EXTENSIBLE] 1. having great extent; covering a large area; vast 2. having a wide scope, effect, influence, etc.; far reaching; comprehensive 3. of or characterized by… …   English World dictionary

  • extensive — [[t]ɪkste̱nsɪv[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADJ GRADED Something that is extensive covers or includes a large physical area. ...an extensive tour of Latin America... When built, the palace and its grounds were more extensive than the city itself. Derived words:… …   English dictionary

  • extensive — extensively, adv. extensiveness, extensivity /ek sten siv i tee, ik /, n. /ik sten siv/, adj. 1. of great extent; wide; broad: an extensive area. 2. covering or extending over a great area: extensive travels. 3. far reaching; comprehensive;… …   Universalium

  • extensive — ex|ten|sive [ ık stensıv ] adjective *** 1. ) very large in amount or degree: The accident caused extensive damage to both cars. the restaurant s extensive wine list 2. ) involving a lot of details and information: She has an extensive knowledge… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • extensive */*/*/ — UK [ɪkˈstensɪv] / US adjective 1) very large in amount or degree The accident caused extensive damage to both cars. the restaurant s extensive wine list 2) involving a lot of details and information She has an extensive knowledge of art history.… …   English dictionary

  • extensive — ex|ten|sive W3 [ıkˈstensıv] adj 1.) large in size, amount, or degree ▪ The house stands in extensive grounds. ▪ Fire has caused extensive damage to the island s forests. ▪ the extensive use of pesticides 2.) containing or dealing with a lot of… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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