extent

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extent

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. to the [maximum, fullest, minimum] extent
  2. to the maximum extent of [the law, his power]
  3. to the [highest, lowest] extent possible
  4. and to a [lesser, greater, great, large, significant] extent
  5. to a greater or lesser extent
  6. [pulled, stretched] out to its full extent
  7. [I agree, he is right] to a certain extent
  8. will go to any extent to [get, ensure, help]
  9. to what extent will we go?
  10. not quite to that extent
  11. is [permitted, feasible, allowed, encouraged] to [some, a certain] extent
  12. is to [some] extent [permitted]
  13. to such an extent that
  14. did not [appreciate, realize] the extent to which
  15. or something to that extent
  16. the extent of the [plan, mission, job]
  17. the extent [required, permitted, allowed]
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