a non-blood relative or family friend that's given more attention and privileges than a blood family member or family members related by marriage.
a close family female friend of the family that has more input and influence than a daughter in law or her children. An extra insinuates herself/himself as a "family member" but has other motives that aren't readily seen.
ANYTHING that is UNNECESSARY, uneeded or extraneous. Used in a negative way to describe an exaggeration, amplification, boasting, something that is avoidable, unrequired or useless.
"Dude, you're extras! Sit the fuck down and shut up!"
"Man, that party was extras! It was a cock-fest! Told you we should have gone to the club instead."
"This game is extras! You can't even get past the 1st boss without getting owned."
An unimportant person that takes up space in the script of life. A day player
I'm leaving the club I'm at because it is full of extras and day players
A way of describing someone that is really good in a certain subject or activity. Extra is also an adjective that can describe the quality or classification of a noun.
On the other hand, extra can describe a novice or an experienced person who is really terrible at a certain subject or activity.
"Man, did you see that home-run that Manny Ramirez drilled yesterday?"
"Standard, he is extra good at baseball."
Food or Drink:
"That Arizona tall boy of Green Tea was extra cold and refreshing after that long jog."
"Yea, I made a novice mistake by getting a soda, now I feel like shit."
"Mike is extra sloppy at whiffle ball."
"Dude he struck out every time he was at bat."
"He's worthless, I'll never pick him again for my team."
An issue of a newspaper in addition to it's normal, once-a-day publication used to bring major, hot items to the public's attention in the days before TV when radios were big boxes with tubes in them. The last of which my have been on VJ day in 1946.
A lot of "Thirties" movies would segue with a news boy, standing on a busy city street corner, shouting "Extra, Extra, read all about it, __________." And, then he's fill the blank with the segue. Something like, "Bruce Wayne found guilty!"
special, super, completes Lucky, Emily
Emily is the extra to Lucky
1. a special edition of a news paper distributed upon the report of something unusual enough to merit it
2. someoene who is in a film as part of a large group/crowd or in the background
My mom once had a chance to be in a film as an extra.
Call girls: adapted from the use of "extra" in the film industry. Gay rappers will often need to hire a crowd of "extras" so that they look cool when they go partying because the rappers are too ugly and suck too much to attract hot groupie bitches.
the girls think I'm extra pretty
How I know? I ain't got no extra wit me, oh
-MASE, "Breathe, Stretch, Shake"