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The beach extends beyond the horizon.
An industrial zone extends along the river.
an area extending from the Baltic coast to the Alps
This licence does not extend beyond the end of May.
a festival that extends over a period of weeks
We’re going to extend the first floor.
a plan to extend the cemetery
The company has recently extended its range of products.
The course has been extended to include the history of art.
an attempt to extend their influence in world affairs
I asked if I could extend my holiday.
Your bank might agree to extend the period of the loan.
They have agreed to extend the deadline for completion of the building work.
You can extend the table by pulling out the middle section.
He stood there, his arms extended towards the horrified villagers.
Does this ladder extend?
May I extend my congratulations to the winners?
We extend our apologies for the inconvenience caused.
banks that extend loans to small businesses
Suppliers do not always extend credit to new customers.
This law extends to children under the age of 14 only.