Borrowed from Anglo-Norman extente, from Old French estente (“valuation of land, stretch of land”), from estendre, extendre (“extend”) (or from Latin extentus), from Latin extendere (See extend.)
extent (plural extents)
- A range of values or locations.
- The space, area, volume, etc., to which something extends.
- (computing) A contiguous area of storage in a file system.
- The valuation of property.
- (law) A writ directing the sheriff to seize the property of a debtor, for the recovery of debts of record due to the Crown.
- (obsolete) Extended.
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