[ik-strey-nee-uh s] /ɪkˈstreɪ ni əs/
introduced or coming from without; not belonging or proper to a thing; external; foreign:
extraneous substances in our water.
not pertinent; irrelevant:
an extraneous remark; extraneous decoration.
not pertinent or applicable; irrelevant
coming from without; of external origin
not belonging; unrelated to that to which it is added or in which it is contained
1630s, from Latin extraneus “external, strange,” from extra “outside of” (see extra-).
[ek-struh-net] /ˈɛk strəˌnɛt/ noun 1. an intranet that is partially accessible to authorized persons outside of a company or organization. /ˈɛkstrəˌnɛt/ noun 1. (computing) an intranet that is modified to allow outsiders access to it, esp one belonging to a business that allows access to customers extranet (ěk’strə-nět’) An extension of an institution’s intranet, enabling […]
[ek-struh-noo-klee-er, -nyoo- or, by metathesis, -kyuh-ler] /ˌɛk strəˈnu kli ər, -ˈnyu- or, by metathesis, -kyə lər/ adjective, Cell Biology. 1. pertaining to or affecting the parts of a cell outside the nucleus. /ˌɛkstrəˈnjuːklɪə/ adjective 1. (biology) situated or occurring in part of a cell outside the nucleus
[ek-struh-ok-yuh-ler, ek-struh-] /ˈɛk strəˈɒk yə lər, ˌɛk strə-/ noun, Anatomy. 1. . extraocular muscle ex·tra·oc·u·lar muscle (ěk’strə-ŏk’yə-lər) n. Any of the six small muscles that control movement of the eyeball within the socket.
[eks-tra-awr-dee-ner] /ɛks tra ɔr diˈnɛr/ adjective, French. 1. extraordinary; uncommon; remarkable. adj. 1940, from French extraordinaire (14c.), literally “extraordinary, unusual, out of the ordinary,” but used colloquially as a superlative; see extraordinary.