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  • 21enlarge — verb (enlarged; enlarging) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French enlarger, enlargir, from en + large broad, large Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to make larger ; extend < enlarged the family fortune with new investments > 2 …

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  • 22enlarge — enlargeable, adj. enlargedly /en lahr jid lee, lahrjd /, adv. enlargedness, n. enlargingly, adv. /en lahrj /, v., enlarged, enlarging. v.t. 1. to make larger; increase in extent, bulk, or quantity; add to: They enlarged the house by adding an&#8230; …

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  • 23enlarge — v. (d; intr.) to enlarge on, upon ( to discuss in detail ) * * * [ɪn lɑːdʒ] upon ( to discuss in detail ) (d; intr.) to enlarge on …

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  • 24enlarge — en•large [[t]ɛnˈlɑrdʒ[/t]] v. larged, larg•ing 1) to make larger; increase in extent, bulk, or quantity; add to: to enlarge a house[/ex] 2) to increase the capacity or scope of; expand 3) pht to make (a photographic print) larger than the&#8230; …

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  • 25enlarge — [c]/ɛnˈladʒ / (say en lahj), /ən / (say uhn ) verb (enlarged, enlarging) –verb (t) 1. to make larger; increase in extent, bulk, or quantity; add to: *The parents, not wishing to enlarge the incident in the imagination of the child, had not&#8230; …

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  • 26enlarge on — or[enlarge upon] or[expand on] or[expand upon] {v.} To talk or write more about; say or explain more completely or at greater length. * /The teacher enlarged on the uses of atomic power./ …

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  • 27enlarge on — or[enlarge upon] or[expand on] or[expand upon] {v.} To talk or write more about; say or explain more completely or at greater length. * /The teacher enlarged on the uses of atomic power./ …

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  • 28enlarge — verb a) To make larger. I shall enlarge upon the Point. b) To speak at length upon or on (some subject) Like a Lionesse lately enlarged. See Also: magnify, supersize …

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  • 29enlarge — Synonyms and related words: add to, agent provocateur, aggrandize, aggravate, amplify, annoy, augment, balloon, beef up, bloat, blow up, blueprint, boost, broaden, build, build up, bulk, bulk out, complete, crescendo, deepen, descant, detail,&#8230; …

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  • 30enlarge — verb 1》 make or become bigger. 2》 (enlarge on/upon) speak or write about in greater detail. Derivatives enlarger noun Origin ME: from OFr. enlarger …

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  • 31enlarge — verb 1) they enlarged the scope of their research Syn: extend, expand, grow, add to, amplify, augment, magnify, build up, stretch, widen, broaden, lengthen, elongate, deepen, thicken 2) …

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  • 32enlarge — [ɪnˈlɑːdʒ] verb [T] to make something bigger I sent the photos back to be enlarged.[/ex] • enlarge on sth …

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  • 33enlarge — To free or set at large, as cattle within an enclosure. To increase in size; to expand. To grant to a party to an action an extension of time within which he may comply with a requirement of law or an order of court, as to enlarge his time to&#8230; …

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  • 34Enlarge — Увеличивать …

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  • 35enlarge — en·large in lärj vb, en·larged; en·larg·ing vt to make larger vi to grow larger …

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  • 36enlarge — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. increase, extend, widen, broaden; aggrandize, amplify, magnify, augment, expand, elaborate, expatiate; dilate, distend, swell. See increase, greatness, diffuseness, breadth. II (Roget s IV) v. 1.&#8230; …

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  • 37enlarge on — (Roget s IV) , v. Syn. expatiate, elaborate on, develop, amplify; see detail 1 , develop 4 …

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  • 38enlarge — en·large || ɪn lɑːdÊ’ v. make larger, become bigger …

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  • 39enlarge — 1) gleaner 2) general …

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  • 40enlarge — I. v. a. 1. Increase, augment, extend, expand, magnify, amplify, make larger, make greater. 2. Greaten, engreaten, ennoble, expand, give larger scope to, make more comprehensive. II. v. n. 1. Expatiate, dilate, descant, speak at length, launch&#8230; …

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