The prefix "extra": what does it mean and what is the origin?
In English, EXTRA means SUPER NORMS, for example: 1 1
in Russian this word is used in the meaning of the BEST
"extra" means "the highest class". An example is "the master of the extroclass".
Earlier, in time immemorial, the word-prefix "Extra", along with "Ultra", in addition to entering the composition of complex words and phrases, for example: extra-fashionable, extra class, extra strength and so on, meaning "something out of bounds habitual "," beyond what was before "- also meant" the highest degree of category "when it comes to the classification of specialists," the highest grade "when it comes to a product or service.
The gradation of grades of goods was, from the lowest to the highest quality of the goods, the following: the fourth category of goods, the fourth grade, was not used for all goods and quite rarely; mainly the third, second, first grade, and the highest grade. As a variety of the highest grade, the grade is the highest improved - "Lux" and the highest, the highest grade - "Extra", that is, not only improved, but also added to the main parameters that has not yet been in this product. Good luck.
In the Russian language there is word extra and prefix extra-... Both are of Latin origin. The word "extra" when applied to the names of varieties of tea, cold-pressed vegetable oil, etc. means "the highest, the best."
Console extra- introduces into the meaning of the word an additional meaning "over", "except" or "outside", for example: extrasystole (outanother heart beat), extraordinary - extraordinary, extraordinary, that is abovenormal;
extrapolation is a mathematical term for finding a value from a series of data Features its other values being out of this series (antonym interpolation).