Adjective(1) still in existence; not extinct or destroyed or lost
(1) First, Wood reviews the extant literature in order to present a short biography.(2) No planning permission granted has ever been implemented and none remains extant .(3) High Street and Old Market Street are among the oldest streets extant in the town.(4) As the world's only extant empire of law and justice, we also have the right and responsibility to do it.(5) True, it's not as if there isn't already a massive body of work extant on the subject.(6) Paintings of Maitreya are virtually nonexistent, but statues of him are still extant .(7) With an abundance of remains there are ample extant buildings and artefacts in situ.(8) The final extant edition ends four weeks before her death in 1895.(9) Another ambition was to categorise the meagre extant material held in archives.(10) Fossil salamanders are known from most extant families, as well as four extinct families.(11) the only extant manuscript(12) Most of the silicified microbes, however, lack the key features that would allow accurate comparisons with extant taxa.(13) The document is an extant work of that most postmodernist of enterprises, the law.(14) Given that I have no extant close family, I get off relatively lightly I know.(15) This group is represented by a single extant species which is thought to be the sister taxon to all other frogs.(16) The oldest extant example of a local Egyptian map is the Turin papyrus which dates from around 1300 BC.
(1) extant :: Казуарҳо
1. still existing ::
то ҳол амалкунанда
2. in existence ::
3. existent ::
1. dead ::
2. extinct ::
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