English adjective: extra
|1.||extra more than is needed, desired, or required|
|Samples||Trying to lose excess weight.|
Found some extra change lying on the dresser.
Yet another book on heraldry might be thought redundant.
Skills made redundant by technological advance.
Sleeping in the spare room.
It was supererogatory of her to gloat.
Delete superfluous (or unnecessary) words.
Extra ribs as well as other supernumerary internal parts.
Surplus cheese distributed to the needy.
|Synonyms||excess, redundant, spare, supererogatory, superfluous, supernumerary, surplus|
|2.||extra added to a regular schedule|
|Samples||A special holiday flight.|
Put on special buses for the big game.
|3.||extra further or added|
|Samples||Called for additional troops.|
Need extra help.
An extra pair of shoes.
English noun: extra
|1.||extra (person) a minor actor in crowd scenes|
|Synonyms||spear carrier, supernumerary|
|Broader (hypernym)||actor, histrion, player, role player, thespian|
|2.||extra (communication) an additional edition of a newspaper (usually to report a crisis)|
|3.||extra (artifact) something additional of the same kind|
|Samples||He always carried extras in case of an emergency.|
|Broader (hypernym)||artefact, artifact|
English adverb: extra
|1.||extra unusually or exceptionally|
|Samples||An extra fast car.|