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extend (one's) sympathy

To share one's condolences. I'm so sorry to hear about your sister's passing. Please extend my sympathy to your mother as well. Don't worry, I extended your sympathy in my card too.
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extend across (something)

To stretch across or over something. When we noticed the dark clouds extending across the skyline, we quickly packed up our things and ran from the beach.
See also: across, extend

extend from (something)

To stretch from one thing or place to another; to affect multiple things or areas. Unfortunately, it seems like the leak has extended from the kitchen to the living room.
See also: extend

extend to (someone or something)

1. To spread or continue to some area or point. Has the leak in the kitchen extended to the living room now too?
2. To include or encompass something. The handbook extends to seniors too, so you'll get a demerit if your shirt isn't tucked in.
3. To cause something to become longer, either in physical length or duration. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "extend" and "to." Can you extend the measuring tape to this spot on the wall?
4. To share something with someone. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "extend" and "to." I'm so sorry to hear about your sister's passing. Please extend my sympathy to your mother as well.
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Delivery of virus to multiple colonies for both the freshly prepared and extendedly stored pellets (2 d and 12 mo, respectively) was successful.
Therefore off-pump procedure with aortic no touch technique may yield less neurological complication in off-pump surgery in extendedly calcified vascular beds like in hemodialysis dependent patients.
(9) As anyone who speaks Japanese may recall that what makes Japanese Japanese is not those extendedly borrowed kanji in the form of nouns, verbs, and even adjectives, but those functional words, e.g., *(o), *(ni), *(wa), *(ka),*(ga), *(no), and *(mo), etc., which define grammatical order and verbal relations.
An extendedly dominated program has an ICER higher than that of the next most effective program; in other words, an extendedly dominated program produces additional unit gains in effectiveness at incremental costs higher than that of the next most effective program.
In other words, any program located above the EF indicates that it is either strictly or extendedly dominated (Bala & Zarkin, 2002).
Perhaps if he had waxed more extendedly on that subject black musicians might have heard it.
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