1 the point or degree to which something extends; "the extent of the damage"; "the full extent of the law"; "to a certain extent she was right"
2 the distance or area or volume over which something extends; "the vast extent of the desert"; "an orchard of considerable extent"
space, area, volume to which sthg extends
(computing) individual database extension
Extent has several meanings:
acreage, aesthetic distance, ambit, amount, amplitude, area, beam, bigness, body, bounds, breadth, broadness, bulk, caliber, capaciousness, clearance, compass, continuum, coverage, cut, deep space, degree, depth, depths of space, diameter, dimension, dimensions, distance, distance across, divergence, domain, emptiness, empty space, enormousness, expanse, expansion, extension, farness, field, force, fullness, galactic space, gauge, girth, grade, greatness, height, immensity, infinite space, infinity, interstellar space, interval, largeness, latitude, leap, leeway, length, lengthiness, lengths, level, light-years, limit, limitation, linear measures, long time, longitude, longness, magnitude, margin, mark, mass, matter, measure, measurement, mileage, neighborhood, notch, nothingness, nuance, numbers, orbit, order, outer space, overall length, parsecs, pas, peg, period, perpetuity, perspective, piece, pitch, plane, plateau, point, proportion, proportions, province, purview, quantity, quantum, radius, range, ratio, reach, region, remoteness, remove, round, rung, scale, scope, separation, shade, shadow, size, space, spaciousness, span, spatial extension, sphere, spread, stair, standard, step, stint, strength, stretch, stride, substance, sum, superficial extension, surface, sweep, territory, tract, tread, tune, vicinity, void, volume, way, ways, whole, wideness, width, yardage