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  • 1Extensive — Ex*ten sive, a. [L. extensivus: cf. F. extensif. See {Extend}.] 1. Having wide extent; of much superficial extent; expanded; large; broad; wide; comprehensive; as, an extensive farm; an extensive lake; an extensive sphere of operations; extensive …

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  • 2Extensive growth — Extensive Growth, in economics, is based on the expansion of the quantity of inputs in order to increase the quantity of outputs, opposite to that of intensive growth. Thus, extensive growth is likely to be subject to diminishing returns. It is… …

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  • 3Extensive farming — (as opposed to intensive farming) is an agricultural production system that uses little inputs on vast areas of land, such as the Great Plains. Extensive farming most commonly refers to sheep and cattle farming in areas with low agricultural… …

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  • 4extensive agriculture — ➔ agriculture * * * extensive agriculture UK US noun [U] ► PRODUCTION, ENVIRONMENT farming that uses traditional methods and uses less labour and investment than more modern methods in order to farm fairly large areas of land: »Crop yields are… …

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  • 5Extensive stage — Extensive stage, or by its full name, predominantly extensive stage of accumulation is pertains at one of the periodizations of capitalism, as proposed by Aglietta (1976). It is the first stage of capitalism and thus in it there is plenty of room …

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  • 6Extensive Grünlandwirtschaft — ist eine auf Nachhaltigkeit angelegte Nutzung von deutschen Naturschutzgebieten. Die extensive Bewirtschaftung dient primär dazu, in Naturschutzgebieten den Wiesenbrütern, wie dem Großen Brachvogel, der Feldlerche und anderen, die Lebensräume und …

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  • 7Extensive Tierhaltung — extensive Schweineproduktion in den Alpen bei Cimalmotto (Schweiz) Die extensive Tierhaltung bezeichnet Systeme der Viehhaltung, welche sich durch eine starke Landnutzung und geringere Nutzung anderer Produktionsfaktoren von der intensiven… …

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  • 8extensive — I adjective ample, amplus, big, branching, broad, broad based, capacious, commodious, comprehensive, considerable, covering a wide area, deep, diffuse, diffusive, embracing a large area, encompassing a wide area, expanded, expansive, extended,… …

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  • 9extensive problem solving — UK US noun [U] ► MARKETING the process of a customer trying to get all the information they need in order to be able to make a choice between different brands of a product that they want to buy: »Extensive problem solving is likely to occur when… …

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  • 10Extensive Wirtschaft — Extensive Wirtschaft, s. Landwirtschaftliche Betriebssysteme und Landwirtschaftliche Betriebserfordernisse …

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  • 11extensive pond culture — extensive culture …

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  • 12extensive flood — index cataclysm Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 13extensive Größen — extensive Größen,   physikalische Größen eines homogenen Systems (»Quantitätsgrößen«), die proportional zur Stoffmenge des Systems, sind; z. B. Volumen, Masse, Teilchenzahl …

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  • 14extensive — vast, far reaching; c.1600 of immaterial, c.1700 of material things; from L.L. extensivus, from extens , pp. stem of L. extendere (see EXTEND (Cf. extend)). Earlier in a medical sense, characterized by swelling (early 15c.). Related: Extensively; …

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  • 15extensive — [adj] far reaching, thorough across the board*, all encompassing, all inclusive, big, blanket*, boundless, broad, capacious, commodious, comprehensive, comprising, considerable, expanded, extended, far flung*, general, great, hefty, huge,… …

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  • 16extensive — ► ADJECTIVE 1) covering a large area. 2) large in amount or scale. DERIVATIVES extensively adverb extensiveness noun …

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  • 17extensive — [ek sten′siv, iksten′siv] adj. [ME < L extensivus < extensus: see EXTENSIBLE] 1. having great extent; covering a large area; vast 2. having a wide scope, effect, influence, etc.; far reaching; comprehensive 3. of or characterized by… …

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  • 18Extensive Bewirtschaftung — Als extensive Landnutzung bezeichnet man die Nutzung von Böden mit geringem Eingriff des wirtschaftenden Menschen in den Naturhaushalt und unter Belassung der vegetativen Standortfaktoren; es überwiegt die natürliche Entwicklung. Der Begriff ist… …

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  • 19Extensive Landnutzung in Mitteleuropa — Als extensive Landnutzung bezeichnet man die Nutzung von Böden mit geringem Eingriff des wirtschaftenden Menschen in den Naturhaushalt und unter Belassung der vegetativen Standortfaktoren; es überwiegt die natürliche Entwicklung. Der Begriff ist… …

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  • 20Extensive-form game — An extensive form game is a specification of a game in game theory. This form represents the game as a tree. Each node (called a decision node) represents every possible state of play of the game as it is played. Play begins at a unique initial… …

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