extant

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baki
{s} halâ var olan
halâ mevcut
{s} mevcut
günümüze kadar gelen
{s} geçerliliğini kaybetmemiş
kaybolmamış
peyda
hala baki ve mevcut
the extant
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Still alive; not extinct
Currently existing; not having disappeared
Still in existence
still existing and known
{s} existing, still in existence
{a} now in being, standing in view
the opposite of extinct
still existing, as in: The museum has the last extant copy of the manuscript
Publicly known; conspicuous
Standing out or above any surface; protruded
still in existence; not extinct or destroyed or lost; "extant manuscripts"; "specimens of graphic art found among extant barbaric folk"- Edward Clodd
\EK-stunt; ek-STANT\, adjective: Still existing; not destroyed, lost, or extinct
Of a taxon: having living representatives
Still existing; not destroyed or lost; outstanding
Existing or surviving
If something is extant, it is still in existence, in spite of being very old. Two fourteenth-century manuscripts of this text are still extant The oldest extant document is dated 1492. = surviving. still existing in spite of being very old (exstans, present participle of exstare , from stare )
Currently living Generally applied to a taxon As opposed to extinct
Extant plants and animals which are relics of the flora and fauna or other geologic time periods and are of historic or scientific significance are considered under botanical areas or zoological areas, respectively, and are identified and formally classified primarily because of their recreational values
That which exists
extant
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