How to say? Hello dear native speakers Is this natural? How do you convey the same idea? Consider a table which extends downwards, to the right, and to the left. It is only limited upwards. Thanks
Aug 9, 2019 8:02 AM
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With regards tables that can be 'extended', you tend to use 'adjustable' when talking about height and 'extendable' when talking about how it can be extended left and/or right. So a precise answer would be 'Consider a table that can be both adjusted in height and extended in width'. In practice, though you would make it a little less verbose and say, 'Consider a table both adjustable in height and width', OR 'Consider a table both extendible in height and width'. I would probably use the last one.
August 9, 2019
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