extensive collocations and examples

 UK /ɪkˈstensɪv/

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including or affecting a lot of things


Nouns frequently used with extensive
a set or number of things: archive, array, collection, coverage, database, library, list, menu, network, portfolio, range, repertoire, selectionOur website is intended as an overview of our extensive product range.involving a lot of thinking, writing, or talking: consultation, discussion, documentation, investigation, research, review, surveyAlmost all medications go through many years of extensive research before they are considered safe and effective.personal qualities: experience, knowledgeWe have gained extensive knowledge of the stairlift market.bad effect: damage, floodingThe fire had caused extensive damage in the past.use: useWe also make extensive use of email.changes or improvements: alteration, refurbishment, renovationThe centre has recently undergone extensive refurbishment and offers quality training and conference facilities.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with extensive
costly, detailed, thorough, up-to-date, varied, wide-rangingThe menu was surprisingly varied and extensive.
 
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