Dilate

  • 41dilate —   Ho onui, hō olopū; enene (as nostrils) …

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  • 42dilate — To widen or enlarge an opening or hollow structure beyond its usual size, such as the pupil of the eye or a blood vessel …

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  • 43dilate — [14] Latin lātus meant ‘wide’ (it probably came from an earlier *stlātos, represented in Church Slavonic stilati ‘spread out’, and has given English latitude). It was used with the prefix dis ‘apart’ to form the verb dīlātāre ‘expand, extend’,… …

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  • 44dilate — v. 1 tr. & intr. make or become wider or larger (esp. of an opening in the body) (dilated pupils). 2 intr. (often foll. by on, upon) speak or write at length. Derivatives: dilatable adj. dilation n. Etymology: ME f. OF dilater f. L dilatare… …

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  • 45Dilate (musical project) — Dilate was an ambient solo project begun in 1996 by keyboard player Victor Wulf. Contents 1 History 2 Style 3 Discography 3.1 Studio Albums …

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  • 46dilate on/upon — [phrasal verb] dilate on/upon (something) formal : to talk about (a subject) for a long time We spent a long evening listening to him dilate on the need for tax relief. • • • Main Entry: ↑dilate …

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  • 47Dilate (Bardo Pond album) — Dilate Studio album by Bardo Pond Released April 24, 2001 Genre …

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  • 48dilate upon — index comment Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 49Dilate (Ani DiFranco album) — For articles with similar names, see dilation (disambiguation). For the album by Bardo Pond, see Dilate (Bardo Pond album). Dilate Studio album by Ani DiFranco …

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  • 50Light Pupil Dilate — Background information Origin Atlanta, Georgia, USA Genres Post pu …

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  • 51Ak-Dilate — Ak Di·late (ak diґlāt) trademark for preparations of phenylephrine hydrochloride …

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  • 52ilate — dilate …

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  • 53ilaté — dilaté …

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  • 54Dilated — Dilate Di*late (?; 277), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Dilated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Dilating}.] [L. dilatare; either fr. di = dis + latus wide, not the same word as latus, used as p. p. of ferre to bear (see {Latitude}); or fr. dilatus, used as p. p. of… …

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  • 55Dilating — Dilate Di*late (?; 277), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Dilated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Dilating}.] [L. dilatare; either fr. di = dis + latus wide, not the same word as latus, used as p. p. of ferre to bear (see {Latitude}); or fr. dilatus, used as p. p. of… …

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  • 56dilation — dilate ► VERB 1) make or become wider, larger, or more open. 2) (dilate on) speak or write at length on. DERIVATIVES dilation noun. ORIGIN Latin dilatare spread out …

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  • 57late adv — dilate v, belatedly adv, expostulate v, laid adj …

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  • 58dilater — [ dilate ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • 1361; lat. dilatare « élargir », de latus « large » 1 ♦ Augmenter le volume de (qqch.). La chaleur dilate les corps. L atropine dilate la pupille. ⇒ agrandir. « La joie de pouvoir enfin se gorger à l aise… …

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  • 59dilater — (di la té) v. a. 1°   Rendre plus ample, plus large. Dilater un ballon. Dilater le canal de l urètre. 2°   Terme de physique. Faire changer de volume à un corps par l influence de la chaleur.    Fig. Dilater ses voies, étendre le cercle de ses… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 60DILATER — v. a. Élargir, étendre. Dilater une plaie. La chaleur dilate les pores. La tristesse resserre le coeur, mais la joie le dilate.   Il se dit particulièrement, en Physique, De ce qui augmente le volume d un corps et lui fait occuper plus d espace,… …

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