extend (one's) sympathy to (someone)

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extend (one's) sympathy to (someone)

To share one's condolences with someone. I'm so sorry to hear about your sister's passing. Please extend my sympathy to your mother as well.
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CAN I first extend my sympathy to the poor man who poised himself on the pedestrian crossing at Paradise Circus - and say a great big thank you to all the caring and considerate people who were reportedly telling him to jump at various times.
I also to extend my sympathy to Mr Moat's family, for they too are victims.
Coroner Isobel O'Dea returned an open verdict on both deaths and said: "I would like to extend my sympathy to the parents."
I would like to extend my sympathy to the family of these people especially to the relatives and friends of the Filipino staff.
"I extend my sympathy to the Kilroe family who after all have lost a son."
I WOULD like to extend my sympathy to those poor people who found themselves helpless as floods ruined their homes and possessions.