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01. The city is considering draining a small lake in order to [enlarge] the city dump.
02. We're hoping to build an extension to the house in order to [enlarge] our kitchen and living room areas.
03. The doctor noted that the glands in his neck were [enlarged].
04. The Italian government has committed itself to [enlarging] their peace-keeping force in the war-torn region by over 200 troops.
05. We got some old photos of my parents' wedding [enlarged] for them as a 50th anniversary present.
06. With this new software, we can [enlarge] and otherwise manipulate our photos on our computer.
07. The [enlargements] for our photos cost us about ten bucks.
08. I'd like to [enlarge] somewhat upon the proposal that I brought up at last week's meeting.
09. We'll need you to [enlarge] upon what you've said at our next meeting.
10. Your father has an [enlarged] liver, though we're not sure why at this point.
11. The [enlargement] of the recreation center is expected to cost around $1 million.
12. They have [enlarged] the arena to include more seating and a mini practice rink.
13. The volume of traffic in this area has increased to the point where officials are considering [enlarging] the bridge.
14. We couldn't get our photos blown up because the [enlarger] at the photo store isn't working at the moment.
15. The human heart grows by [enlargement] of cells, not cell multiplication, which means that a baby's heart contains the same number of cells as an adult's.
16. Elizabeth Brown once said that meeting people unlike oneself does not [enlarge] one's outlook; it only confirms one's idea that one is unique.
17. John Locke once observed that the purpose of law is to preserve and [enlarge] freedom.

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  • Enlarge — En*large , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Enlarged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Enlarging}.] [OF. enlargier; pref. en (L. in) + F. large wide. See {Large}.] 1. To make larger; to increase in quantity or dimensions; to extend in limits; to magnify; as, the body is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • enlarge — UK US /ɪnˈlɑːdʒ/ verb ► [I or T] to become bigger, or to make something bigger: »The inclusion of customs receipts will enlarge the available pool of money. enlarged business/company/group »Following the 2009 merger, the enlarged group shut down… …   Financial and business terms

  • Enlarge — En*large , v. i. 1. To grow large or larger; to be further extended; to expand; as, a plant enlarges by growth; an estate enlarges by good management; a volume of air enlarges by rarefaction. [1913 Webster] 2. To speak or write at length; to be… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • enlarge — I verb add to, aggrandize, amplificare, amplify, annex, augere, augment, broaden, build, build up, develop, dilatare, dilate, distend, elaborate, enhance, escalate, exaggerate, expatiate, extend, fatten, fill out, grow, increase, inflate,… …   Law dictionary

  • enlarge\ on — • enlarge on • enlarge upon • expand on • 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 …   Словарь американских идиом

  • enlarge — ► VERB 1) make or become bigger. 2) (enlarge on/upon) speak or write about in greater detail. DERIVATIVES enlarger noun …   English terms dictionary

  • enlarge on — index expand Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • enlarge — mid 14c., grow fat, increase; c.1400, make larger, from O.Fr. enlargier to make large, from en make, put in (see EN (Cf. en ) (1)) + large (see LARGE (Cf. large)). Related: Enlarged; enlarging …   Etymology dictionary

  • enlarge — increase, augment, multiply Analogous words: *extend, lengthen, elongate, prolong, protract: amplify, *expand, distend, dilate, inflate: magnify, aggrandize (see EXALT) Contrasted words: *thin, attenuate, extenuate: abridge, abbreviate, *shorten …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • enlarge — [v] make or grow bigger; increase add to, aggrandize, amplify, augment, beef up*, blow up*, boost, broaden, build, bulk, develop, diffuse, dilate, distend, elaborate, elongate, embroider, exaggerate, expand, expatiate, extend, give details, grow …   New thesaurus

  • enlarge — [en lärj′, inlärj′] vt. enlarged, enlarging [ME enlargen < OFr enlargier: see EN 1 & LARGE] 1. to make larger; increase in size, volume, extent, etc.; broaden; expand 2. Photog. to reproduce on a larger scale vi. 1 …   English World dictionary


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