Translation of extra in Spanish:

extra

de más, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɛkstrə//ˈɛkstrə/

adjective

  • 1

    (additional)
    de más
    do some extra copies haz unas copias de más
    • we need extra sheets/staff necesitamos más sábanas/personal
    • it costs an extra $15 cuesta 15 dólares más
    • we install it at no extra charge la instalación está incluida en el precio
    • they laid on three extra flights organizaron tres vuelos adicionales
    • I've brought an extra pair of socks he traído un par de calcetines de más / de repuesto
    • You will also be able to buy amounts of extra pension.
    • The hospital is also criticised for the amount of extra hours worked by staff, a lack of employee appraisals and the response rate to the questionnaire.
    • From the traffic point of view I wouldn't think that the small amount of extra traffic generated from the number of units planned is a great concern.
    • An eloquent minister, at either level, could expect to win an extra amount in budget discussions.
    • It does have a certain amount of extra interest in it because of the potential role of the congressman.
    • If it doesn't involve me personally receiving a large amount of extra cash each month, then frankly I'm not interested.
    • One thing I really like about DVDs is the amount of extra material which is included in them.
    • Many firms will pay a death-in-service benefit of about four times salary to dependants, which will cut the amount of extra life cover you need.
    • The amount of these extra payments differs from one bank to another.
    • There is the normal amount of extra traffic here at rush hour.
    • If the council is going to stick to this plan it is essential it accepts a small amount of extra waste properly bagged and placed alongside the grey bin.
    • Fishermen who want to trade up and buy a bigger boat usually scrap their existing vessel and buy extra tonnage from the market.
    • We're only talking here about 1 per cent of taxpayers paying the extra amount.
    • Vitamin D from food contained only about 10 per cent of our needs and people needed to get extra amounts from sunbathing.
    • However, the deal stipulates they cannot take the payout and bring separate proceedings for an extra amount.
    • Concerns were expressed about the amount of extra traffic and noise generated once the scheme starts, probably in February.
    • There was no traffic-flow study or any analysis of environmental impact of the extra traffic on the existing users of the Fulford Road.
    • Significant amounts of extra cash have been pumped in nationally and from local authorities and people expect to see results.
    • Under the law, the retailer must refund the money for the goods and also pay an extra amount of compensation to the consumer.
    • The council has agreed to pay £500 compensation and an extra amount if Mrs Strachan cannot now buy the lodge.
  • 2

    (especial)
    (care/caution) especial
    that little extra something ese algo especial
  • 3

    (subject to additional charge)
    a shower is $2 extra con ducha cuesta dos dólares más
    • postage and packaging extra gastos de envío no incluidos
    • the bread is extra el pan no está incluido en el precio
  • 4informal

    (spare)
    those copies are extra esas copias sobran

adverb

  • 1

    extra fine extrafino
    • extra long extralargo
    • I worked extra hard trabajé más que nunca
    • I also resolve to read the Guardian extra hard when I get home.
    • Make the holidays extra special for those on your gift list by sending them a polar bear or snowy owl gift adoption today.
    • People mattered, and especially that one extra special person on which his world hinged.
    • Unlike comic books, you have to think extra hard when you read novels because there are no pictures in novels!
    • Local people are being asked to make an extra special effort to give blood on the day.
    • You're the one who always comes up with that extra cool, extra special way of doing any project.
    • He said the firm tried to organise two different types of events every year for its staff and this time wanted to make an extra special effort.
    • So we must make an extra special effort this year and see if we can win it outright!
    • Let's take some time for ourselves, and make our sewing rooms extra special!
    • I made an extra special effort to capture the essence of her performance through the lens of my daughter's digital camera.
    • Although the entire river is held to be sacred, Hindus believe that its source is of an extra special sanctity.
    • Hopefully, the sun will return this Thursday night to make the evening an extra special one.
    • When the cheers go up in Carlow on Sunday, let's hear an extra special one for the mums.
    • British tourists in Kenya have been warned to be extra vigilant, particularly in the capital, Nairobi.
    • To make this an extra special night out a complimentary glass of mulled wine and a mince pie will be served!
    • Two hours later, Mother would have a start on the dinner, an extra special dinner judging by the smell.
    • And as an extra special appreciation of his service I left him twenty of the twenty-five pence to spend on whatever he wanted.
    • The money raised will go to try and make an extra special Christmas for his three young children.
    • They have issued a warning to people to be extra vigilant especially as the dark winter evenings set in.
    • Drivers are extra cautious along that particular stretch of the national highway, lest any cattle should cross the road.
  • 2

    (more)
    to charge extra for sth cobrar algo aparte
    • you have to pay a little extra for that para eso hay que pagar un poco más
    • Check how much extra it will cost you to pay your insurance premium monthly.
    • And apparently those that are improving their parking situation, are going to charge extra for it.
    • The dealer told me they would be glad to, but it would cost several hundred dollars extra.
    • As well as the weekly hotel costs, everything else costs extra.
    • I went to Walt and said, I'd to play that part, too and I won't charge you a nickel extra.
    • The 10 extra we reported last week are in addition to this figure.
    • Some boats make an additional charge for all pre-packaged drinks, whereas others charge extra only for alcoholic tipples.
    • As long as I do this before paying, the barman can charge me extra for a table if he likes, so an argument in Spanish is hopefully avoided.
    • They often take you to the destination and charge a little extra.
    • Be sure to buy a comfortable chair, and spend extra for it if necessary.
    • If you want to buy a bottle - bring back a bottle or else be charged 30c extra for the new bottle.
    • A cassette player is considered an option and costs extra.
    • This is despite the fact that cinema owners are notorious for charging at least Rs.10 extra on the ticket price.
    • It will cost about £25,000 extra a month to keep airborne and all the money is raised by public donations.
    • This meant he could help another child whose parents needed a little extra for some necessity or other.
    • There are certainly savings to be made but picking the wrong tariff could cost you £100 extra a year.
    • While some restaurants charge extra for parcelling, the rest provide parcel facility as an add-on service.
    • She then asks how much extra it'll cost to get me added on once I pass my driving test.
    • The difference in the charges would be 60p extra for a two to three hour stay and 80p for a three to four hour stay.
    • It cost us 19 seconds extra to pull the bodywork away to get the wheel off and then to get the other wheel on.

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(additional payment, allowance)

      extra masculine
      optional extras extras masculine
      • My only real complaint with this disc is the complete lack of extras.
      • For completists, the revealing extras include new amateur footage, the highlight being a previously unheard song.
      • There are no buyer's premiums at fairs and no hidden extras.
      • At least we have these disks to remember the show by, complemented by extras that demonstrate the passion and commitment that went into the show.
      • Many adverts failed to include compulsory hidden extras in the price, such as security fees, tickets or departure fees or under-occupancy supplements.
      • I'd need another half page to list the cabin extras (never a necessity with a 5 - Series, by the way).
      • It is a shame, however, that it did not invest more time on the accompanying extras.
      • Each is necessary to provide the little extras for family and quality of life.
      • There are no fancy extras or softening touches; strictly A to B motoring at its most basic.
      • Stock the car with a diaper bag filled with all the necessary extras so you'll always be prepared.
      • There were immense black plumes at each corner and a black velvet pall covered the coffin… but these were charged as extras!
      • This place charges for extras such as canned and alcoholic drinks, use of the satphone and the small daily diving fee for villagers.
      • Any extra that the doctor charges is the gap fee and the patient has to pay it.
      • Why not a booklet listing all the extras available and the charge for each?
      • Apart from video projection, you won't see the kind of extras that accompanied Sinha's earlier work, such as on-stage musicians or props.
      • Bike kit is noticeably cheaper in the US so buy any extras or accessories you may need once there.
      • From an extras perspective, were separate writer commentary tracks completely necessary?
      • Fly-drives to Florida were also going cheap at £280, though watch out for the hidden extras on car insurance.
      • As well as shipping costs, check for hidden extras such as courier handling charges.
      • Second line gear are necessary extras that are included in load bearing equipment or tactical vests.
      • It will take you a long time to work your way through the extensive extras.
      • The price is all inclusive with no hidden extras.
      • If this is successful, it'll likely be the major earner, an obvious analogy being the add-on channels sold by cable TV companies as extras to the basic package.
      • It's a charge on US and if you try to charge us hidden extras, we'll just take all our money out of the banks and put them under the duvet!
      • That's to say, there's an overall charge but absolutely no extras, whatever you do, whatever you eat or drink.
      • We always try to include extras that either supplement the gameplay, or provide a key incentive to buying the guide.
      • The extras included are quite extensive for a non-modular power supply and come in their own separate box.
      • And budgeting for hidden extras as well as day-to-day expenses can be quite tough.
      • Total remuneration includes not just salary but bonuses or the value of benefit-in-kind extras such as company cars.
      • Does building a perfectly accessible site mean all usability extras should be perfectly accessible, too?
      • A few hours later she drove away in her vehicle of choice - purchased on her terms, with no expensive extras or add-ons.
      • Personally, I'd like to see a box set of all three games hit the shelves complete with some extras and fancy artwork.

    • 1.2(additional expense)

      extra masculine

  • 2

    Cinema
    extra masculine
    • All the world's a stage and if you want to play your part on the big screen, then there's a new way to get there, thanks to the first Irish casting agency for film extras.
    • However, what they need now is actors to fill the major parts and to act as extras to fill out the crowd scenes.
    • Between them they portray a host of colourful characters in a small Irish village all wanting to be extras in a Hollywood film.
    • Film and TV extras or background artistes (supporting artistes, as they are sometimes known) are a strange lot.
    • I reckon the extras from that film all drink in this pub.
    • This wasn't released until 1954, as after the war Riefenstahl was accused of being a Nazi sympathiser and of using concentration camp inmates as extras for the film.
    • He was known for his temper tantrums, raging over such things as inauthentic headdresses for a film's extras.
    • Ultimately, he was referred to a casting agency, which got him a part as an extra in a crowd scene for the film Deep Impact.
    • Andrew Bunney, who runs the upmarket men's outfitters, Robert Bunney hopes that he and his wife and their two daughters will be making a brief appearance in the film as extras.
    • Brainne also needs dozens of extras for background scenes.
    • The role of the troops is strictly to be extras, as needed, for a Rick Mercer TV special.
    • New Zealand's army was cast as extras for large battle scenes in the film, but was forced to back out due to having to serve as peacekeepers in East Timor.
    • Many of the inhabitants, mostly poor Christians, were thrilled to have a film set in their village - and even agreed to serve as extras in a crowd scene.
    • Together they agreed on casting black extras in crowd scenes and in a wider range of roles while refraining from pejorative humor.
    • Last night while I was waiting to get let into dinner, two extras from the short film that's being shot on campus were there, killing time and shooting the breeze.
    • Though hired as extras on the film, they're still living on the streets, around places like this in downtown Cape Town.
    • As if to confirm this, the ‘mobsters’ at the next table turn out to be film extras - although I still have dark doubts about Luigi.
    • To his credit, Polanski pays tribute to the many Poles who made this film possible, working as extras for the crowd scenes and in technical capacities as well.
    • TV, where football gets most of its money, regards supporters as extras on a film set in that full grounds are needed to create the atmosphere which makes the game a spectacle.
    • Most women MPs would be reduced to nothing more than add-ons, extras on the political stage.
  • 3

    Journalism
    número extra masculine
    extra, extra, read all about it! ¡extra, extra! ¡últimas noticias!
    • In an effort to discount the news a German paper published an extra that a decisive would be fought within the next few days.
    • The last time The Chronicle published an extra was Feb. 1, 2003, when the Columbia space shuttle disintegrated over East Texas.
    • Yes, it was a sprint on the first day to produce two extras and then the Sunday newspaper but this story will be with us for months and we have to respond accordingly.