Translation of extension in Spanish:

extension

extensión, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌɪkˈstɛn(t)ʃ(ə)n//ɛkˈstɛnʃ(ə)n//ɪkˈstɛnʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(of power, meaning)

      extensión feminine
      ampliación feminine
      by extension por extensión
      • The extension to the original building was seamlessly carried out, so it is almost impossible to identify the earlier work.
      • To a degree this extension of powers was nominal rather than real, for much was a rationalization and codification of hitherto haphazard statute and common law, or a legitimation of what was already police practice.
      • It was characterised primarily by the fact of extension: it occupied space and was therefore amenable to measurement.
      • In amphibians, there is convergent extension of the future neural plate during gastrulation.
      • The basic family unit is universal, as is its extension to create an additional sense of comfort and protection within communities, tribes or nations.
      • The extension of the canting space at deepwater berths to provide for vessels up to 450 feet long is at present in hand.
      • The same group of people would miss out on an extension of the telephone allowance.
      • In addition, the extension of the Dart line to Greystones offers another choice for commuters to the city.
      • The linking of environmental requirements to direct payments under EU support and subsidisation schemes was a natural extension of this line of thinking.

    • 1.2(lengthening)

      (of line, road) prolongación feminine
      (of period, visit) prolongación feminine
      (of period, visit) extensión feminine
      the extension of the deadline la prórroga / extensión del plazo
      • He said he's looking forward to the extension of the 2000 line, which will enable it to handle high-definition television as well.
      • Some of the applications for extension were made before the Court of Appeal decided the matters; some were made after judgment was given.
      • As I understand it, no one took issue with our lateness, and we did put on an application for extension of time in the second one, as I understand it.
      • There is an application for extension of time which I understand is not opposed.
      • The extension adds an additional round to the magazine, plus it makes the small Glock more comfortable to shoot.
      • Greig said the proposed M74 extension around the south side of Glasgow would help to take traffic off the M8 but this was still some years away.
      • Because of this conclusion the application fails and the application for extension of time is rejected.
      • I will remit this application, including any application for extension of time to the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia.
      • It is not uncommon on applications for special leave to appeal to have to deal with applications for extension of time, and that can be dealt with then.
      • As in all ophiacodontids, the iliac blade of the Ada Ophiacodon is a straight dorsoposterior extension with no anterior expansion.
      • As the director explains in the program, the musical additions are an extension of the opening line: ‘If music be the food of love, play on.’
      • Earning the respect of his players after a rocky start three seasons ago, Hartley was given a well-deserved raise and two-year extension.
      • But for most people now, their mobile phone is an extension of their arm and they always have it with them.
      • The opposition Socialist Party argued against an extension, saying emergency measures were no longer needed because violence is abating.
      • It is not officially a branch, but rather an extension of the main line first named the Oshawa Subdivision and re-named the Belleville Subdivision.
      • In terms of the long and chequered history of policing in the North, the extension of his term by the Policing Board is of little consequence.
      • The MSO must repeat its surveys of housing density use to identify places where the level of growth qualifies for line extensions without the customer contributing to the cost.
      • The obvious worry is that the site will come under the control of the prime minister's press spokesman and therefore become little more than an extension of the Party line.
      • Accordingly the application for extension of time is refused.
      • This provides an additional extension of endogenous origin, accommodated by further deformation.
      • Station improvements are being considered for Shenfield while Gidea Park, Harold Wood and Brentwood are in line for platform extensions and station revamps.
      • The CEO was able to get out of his lease and into cheaper space, negotiate interest-free extensions on his debt, and significantly reduce operating costs.
      • Does that not suggest that we ought to be dealing with an application for extension of time?
      • One is the former one of an application for extension of time for service of the summons - I do not apprehend it will be opposed.
      • Part of the growth, clearly, comes from the heavy-hitting brands bringing out new line extensions, hoping to catch the lightning in a bottle.
      • When he again looked outside during the descent, I had disappeared under his leading-edge extension.
      • Gables, by the way, are actual extensions of the roof line and are not to be confused with dormer windows, which can spring up in the middle of a section of roof.
      • We would submit why should it be any different, as long as some evidence is put before the court to the effect that there is a proposed application for extension.
      • This means that 318 individual applications for review and extension would be needed.
      • The East London line extensions have backing of almost all of London's elected representatives and possess a solid business case approved by the Strategic Rail Authority.
      • During the meeting, the board gave the president a two-year contract extension and a raise.
      • An alternative construction would be that the late fees were intended to be rental payments for an extension of the term and that the replacement fees were the purchase price of unreturned videos.
      • I noted the vapor trails that were draped along the leading edge extensions and wingtips as he passed overhead - telltale signs of a high-performance turn.
      • As well, I note that the section is discretionary, meaning that even if the criteria are met, the application for extension may be denied for other reasons.
      • When these were recommended for refusal, the plans were resubmitted to propose one additional jetty and an extension on the current one.
      • These courtyards are designed as extensions of the surrounding buildings, serving as outdoor teaching and study rooms.
      • Subject to the outcome of the application for extension of time, there will be a cross-appeal, yes, as I am instructed.
      • Any distribution of any part of the estate made before the application for extension of time shall not be disturbed by reason of that application or any order made thereon.
      • We will use this system as an extension of our network to get to additional buildings and customers and to reach into cities where we don't have significant buildouts.

    • 1.3(appendage)

      the brush seemed like an extension of his hand el pincel parecía una prolongación de su mano
      • women were considered mere extensions of their husbands se consideraba a las mujeres un mero apéndice de sus maridos

  • 2

    (to building)
    ampliación feminine
    they are having an extension built (to museum, hospital) están construyendo un anexo (/ un nuevo pabellón etc. )
    • She plans to add an additional extension to the front of the house before the builders pack up and leave.
    • Its plans also include an extension to the main building and a new, separate stable block as well as an upgraded driveway and access to the main road.
    • With an abundance of space to all sides, the property has potential for the development of a sizeable extension or additional accommodation on its site subject to planning permission.
    • Their target was the Marine Security Detachment Headquarters, a small extension on the four story main Embassy building.
    • The building was a meek, red brick building with several extensions to make up for the growth in attendance every year.
    • The first move was to clear the hospital building of ad-hoc extensions, and retrieve the original Blacket structure.
    • The free-standing, sky-blue core can be glimpsed as you move through the building and a canted link corridor connects the new extension with the main laboratory.
    • His first task was to design and equip the new museum, part of a planned extension of the main university building.
    • He redecorated the building and added extensions.
    • In Galway, contribution rates for residential units differ depending on location, and people building extensions to private houses don't pay a contribution fee.
    • The indoor markets in the building extension hereby approved shall be held solely on Saturdays and Sundays and on no other day of the week whatsoever…
    • The use of the main building and the extension has caused problems to adjacent residents for a number of years and is currently the subject of an ombudsman's complaint against the Council.
    • There will have to be consultation with English Heritage, but the council hopes there will be a glass extension to the building, as a new main entrance from Vernon Street.
    • The in-patient Assessment Unit occupies a modern, purpose-built, sympathetic extension to the main building.
    • It is made up of three interconnecting Georgian buildings with a modern extension at the back and has 18 parking spaces.
    • Peter is clearly in a dominant position as his bank is holding itself out as possessing some type of specialist skill, i.e. co-ordinating the planning and building of house extensions.
    • While combining the buildings, the extension also expresses historical division.
    • She said the high rates had forced the association to offer its present property for sale as it did not have enough funds to use the land for the building extensions once planned.
  • 3

    • 3.1(line)

      extensión feminine
      interno masculine River Plate
      anexo masculine Chile
      extension 14, please con el interno 14, por favor River Plate
      • Handsets will be allotted extension numbers in addition to their handphone numbers.
      • I listened in on an extension when Frank phoned Jack at Bute House to be told his fate.
      • For corporations that want extensions and services that are even more closely identified with PBXs uncovered in the corporate globe, this system isn't a very good option.
      • This response mode ensured the privacy of adolescents' responses, in the event that parents or siblings were listening to the interview on a telephone extension.
      • Lexmark has, however, restored the errant phone extension.
      • Look at how many lines and extensions you have at the moment and decide how many your company may require in the future.
      • Their reasoning is that with an ever-increasing demand to handle new products and line extensions, and given their high failure rate, they feel they need help in dealing with the cash flow and overhead involved.
      • His place of work is the Resource Library at St. Ann Street Police Station where all other officers have access and he is without a telephone extension.
      • I wish I didn't have a phone extension in my bedroom, I think lazily.
      • Mrs. Jacobs, who had been listening in on an extension, (with Vera's knowledge), offered to drive her to the hospital.
      • I would be grateful if you could contact me on the above extension to let me know whether you are coming into the Office or whether you would prefer a home visit.
      • Which type of these phone systems you choose will depend on the amount of extensions you require and the features your telephone system needs to have installed.
      • All MSPs need do is pick up the phone, provide their telephone extension, and the cab is on its way.
      • John Y. Brown, owner of the Buffalo Braves, called Fitz, who had me pick up the extension and listen in.
      • With Maddox listening in on the extension, Astor asked Signor Altaverdi if he needed any further copies of the surveillance photographs and told him that he hoped to be back in Italy after the weekend.
      • By this time, Vera had picked up an extension, and was listening in on the conversation, in Charlie's presence.
      • Prudie finds this issue akin to a spouse or family member listening in on an extension.
      • McCarthy returned the favor by letting Anderson listen on the extension during supposedly confidential conversations with Republican leaders.
      • My door will be knocked down with people looking for line extensions,’ he said.
      • Nigel took charge of the cigarette while Pru used the ground-floor extension of the internal telephone system.
      • Perhaps the Minister could call John Tamihere and tell him that my telephone extension is 6262, so he can communicate to this House just what he thinks of this bill.
      • I was totally overwhelmed and attempted to cope the best I could, as did the general hospital switchboard, with its extensions all manually connected through an operator in those days.

    • 3.2(telephone)

      supletorio masculine

  • 4

    University
    (course/lectures) (before noun) de extensión universitaria
    university extension extensión universitaria feminine
    • Contact Olds College extension services at 1-800-661-6537 for more information.
    • Still barred were the hundreds of students who would have taken courses offered by the university's extension service, mostly English-language classes.
    • He also supported London and Oxford in setting up similar extension courses.
    • What was once a small school now serves a wider population that includes adults and extension programs.
    • As the school's night college, the extension school attracts extraordinary students.
    • Some large nurseries and most university extension services will do this for a nominal charge.
    • Rosenow took his concern to Carl Duley, University of Wisconsin county extension agent for Buffalo County.
    • The lack of opportunities for the higher education of women led to the founding of the university extension movement.
    • We need to adjust our thinking to allow the faculty to provide quality advising, instruction, and extension outreach programs.
    • I checked with every extension office, university, and any other place I could think of; no one could tell me much about it.
    • In fact, there are no universities in Gambia, but in the late 1990s, university extension programs were offered for the first time.
    • The Food Innovation Center, a branch of Oregon State University's agricultural extension service, is based in Portland.
    • My wife went to extension classes at the University of North Carolina on post.
    • Additionally, the International Seminary of Miami is offering some extension courses.
    • She was learning how to crochet, taking a class in it at the extension college.
    • Nearby colleges and universities may also offer extension classes.
    • In Australia he worked initially as a bush labourer, then as a teacher, and after 1888 for the University of Sydney's extension classes.
    • Every university should have an extension department to promote students' participation in community-based activities.
    • He went to the University of London (King's College) extension classes and later became an evening class teacher himself.
    • This was in the aftermath of the arrival of proper University extension classes established by the 1902 Education Act.
  • 5

    Computing
    (for document)
    extensión feminine
    • Once I have a domain name, I can add aliases and extensions to define additional systems and services.
    • Most times the extension is the substring which follows the last occurrence, if any, of the dot character.
    • Be aware though that there is no standardization to filename extension usage, and many different people have used extensions to apply to many different things.