See also: extra

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From Latin extra (outside, except, beyond, adverb and preposition), from exter (being on the outside).

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extra-

  1. Outside of, beyond.
    extramarital: outside of marriage

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Borrowed from Latin extra.

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extra-

  1. extra-

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extra-

  1. extra-

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  • (file)

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extra-

  1. extra-
    Antonym: intra-

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Borrowed from Latin extra. Doublet of stra-, which was inherited.

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extra-

  1. extra-

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Borrowed from Latin extra (outside, except, beyond, adverb and preposition), from exter (being on the outside).

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extra-

  1. extra-

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Learned borrowing from Latin extrā-, from extrā (outside, beyond).

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  1. extra-

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Borrowed from Latin extrā-, from extrā (outside, beyond).

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extra-

  1. extra-

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