[ik-stawr-shuh-nist] /ɪkˈstɔr ʃə nɪst/
a person who engages in .
1885, from extortion + -ist. Earlier in the same sense were extorter (1590s), extortioner (late 14c.).
[ik-stawrt] /ɪkˈstɔrt/ verb (used with object) 1. Law. 2. to compel (something) of a person or thing: Her wit and intelligence extorted their admiration. /ɪkˈstɔːt/ verb (transitive) 1. to secure (money, favours, etc) by intimidation, violence, or the misuse of influence or authority 2. to obtain by importunate demands: the children extorted a promise of […]
[ek-struh] /ˈɛk strə/ adjective 1. beyond or more than what is usual, expected, or necessary; additional: an extra copy of a newspaper; an extra charge. 2. larger or better than what is usual: an extra binding. noun 3. something extra or additional: the little amenities and extras that make life pleasant. 4. an additional expense. […]
[ek-struh-at-muh s-fer-ik, -feer-] /ˌɛk strəˌæt məsˈfɛr ɪk, -ˈfɪər-/ adjective 1. outside the earth’s atmosphere.
- Extra-base hit
[ek-struh-beys] /ˈɛk strəˈbeɪs/ noun, Baseball. 1. a base hit that enables a batter to reach more than one base safely, as a two-base hit, three-base hit, or home run.