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ab extra adv.
from without, from external sources
Latin expression used mostly in the juridical field.

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from within
Latin expression; the opposite of "ab extra".
abbr. acron.
extra virgin olive oil
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1    being more than what is usual or expected; additional  
2    a person or thing that is additional  
3    something for which an additional charge is made  
the new car had many extras     
4    an additional edition of a newspaper, esp. to report a new development or crisis  
5      (Films)   an actor or person temporarily engaged, usually for crowd scenes  
6      (Cricket)   a run not scored from the bat, such as a wide, no-ball, bye, or leg bye  
7      (U.S.)   something that is better than usual in quality  
8    unusually; exceptionally  
an extra fast car     
     (C18: perhaps shortened from extraordinary)  

      prefix   outside or beyond an area or scope  
extrasensory, extraterritorial     
     (from Latin extra outside, beyond, changed from extera, from exterus outward)  
extra cover  
      n     (Cricket)   a fielding position between cover and mid-off  
extra time  
      n     (Sport)   an additional period played at the end of a match, to compensate for time lost through injury or (in certain circumstances) to allow the teams to achieve a conclusive result  
extra virgin  
      adj   (of olive oil) of the highest quality, extracted by cold pressing rather than chemical treatment  
Liber Extra  
      n      See       Decretals  
     (Latin: book of additional (decretals))  
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