extra time

NOUN
  1. playing time beyond regulation, to break a tie
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How To Use extra time In A Sentence

  • She took extra minutes to adjust the water's temperature, took extra time shampooing her hair, and extra minutes relaxing at the end of the shower.
  • Can I have extra time to finish my work?
  • He also missed a 30m penalty in the first period of extra time.
  • Allow extra time for your journey.
  • In the second half of extra time, North Leigh pressed forward and with three minutes left Nick Forrester put the away team in front.
  • a retired FedEx pilot, said MD-11s were so notoriously "squirrely" to land that pilots routinely spent extra time in flight simulators practicing how to control the plane. FedEx Jet Has Control Issues
  • He was so frustrated in extra time that he took to booting a plastic cup from the dugout.
  • That extra time could allow the team to pursue a trade or signing late in spring training.
  • His hand healed and it gave his knee extra time to rest as well, and last night against the Hornets it showed.
  • Two minutes into extra time, our weary legs found new energy and our optimism was confirmed. Times, Sunday Times
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