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extra-

 
word element [L.], outside; beyond the scope of; in addition.

ex·tra-

(eks'tră),
Without, outside of.
[L.]

extra-

word element [L.], outside; beyond the scope of; in addition.

extra-, extro-

prefix meaning "outside, beyond, in addition to": extrabronchial, extradural, extramarginal.

extra-

Prefix meaning without, outside of.
[L.]

extra-

Prefix denoting outside, beyond, additional.

extra-

prefix denoting outside.

extra-

prefix denoting outside, without, additional

extra-

word element. [L.] outside, beyond the scope of, in addition.
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Over last two years, this is the second product upgrade, and the new avatar of Tide Plus now comes with EXTRA POWER - extra whiteness, extra cleaning, extra fragrance extra benefit and extra marks to the mother.
The length of time an extra is required varies depending on the production so you could be called upon for one day or for the entire duration of filming.
Urgent Care Extra is partnered with popular and prestigious healthcare providers to deliver compassionate and comprehensive medical attention.
It is a very novel idea by schools to begin extra classes from high school.
In spite of the often polarized faculty reaction to extra credit; from the naysayers who might argue that industry does not offer extra credit, apart from bonus payments that are predicated on outstanding performance, to advocates who believe in ways to motivate student success by offering additional opportunities to enhance their course grade.
75 minutes per tube to manage the extra tubes that were not ordered in the system.
We chose to include only data from a single instructor's courses to control for any effects of differential motivation and teaching styles on the likelihood of students to participate in extra credit.
By using an ExtraCare card, CVS shoppers earn Extra Bucks on nearly all purchases.
All households paid more--but those whose incomes were larger were able to purchase more and better extra health insurance, while those whose incomes were smaller purchased much less.
This radiographer had seen extra digits on patients before.
But crocodile (and alligator) hearts have an extra valve that mammal and bird hearts don't have.