enlarge definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • which will make bigger; enhance.
    • to offer greater range to; expand. See Synonyms at boost.
    • to produce bigger; to boost in quantity or measurements; to give in restrictions; to magnify
    • To increase the capacity of; to expand; to offer no-cost scope or better scope to; also, to dilate, much like pleasure, love, and so on.
    • to create at-large or set no-cost.
    • In order to make larger; enhance.
    • to offer higher range to; expand. See Synonyms at boost.
    • to create bigger; to increase in quantity or dimensions; to give in restrictions; to magnify
    • to improve the capability of; to expand; to offer free range or better scope to; in addition, to dilate, as with delight, affection, and the like.
    • to create at-large or set free.
    • to help make bigger; enhance.
    • to provide greater scope to; increase. See Synonyms at boost.
    • which will make larger; to improve in amount or proportions; to give in limitations; to magnify
    • to improve the capacity of; to expand; to offer no-cost range or higher range to; additionally, to dilate, much like joy, affection, and stuff like that.
    • To set in particular or set no-cost.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • In order to become larger; grow.
    • To talk or write at greater size or perhaps in greater detail; fancy: increased upon the master plan.
    • To grow big or bigger; to be more extended; to grow
    • To speak or write at length; becoming diffuse in speaking or composing; to expatiate; to dilate.
    • to obtain more astern or parallel aided by the vessel's training course; to draw aft; -- stated for the wind.
    • To become bigger; grow.
    • To talk or compose at higher length or in increased detail; elaborate: increased upon the plan.
    • To grow big or bigger; becoming further extended; to grow
    • To talk or write at length; become diffuse in speaking or writing; to expatiate; to dilate.
    • to obtain additional astern or parallel with all the vessel's course; to attract aft; -- said associated with wind.
    • In order to become bigger; grow.
    • To speak or write at better size or in more detail; sophisticated: enlarged upon the program.
    • to develop big or larger; becoming further extended; to enhance
    • To talk or compose at length; is diffuse in speaking or writing; to expatiate; to dilate.
    • to obtain more astern or parallel with the vessel's course; to draw aft; -- said associated with wind.
  • verb:
    • to help make bigger.
    • To talk at size upon or on (some subject)
    • to discharge; setting at-large.
    • to obtain additional astern or parallel with all the vessel's course; to draw aft; said for the wind.
    • make larger
    • add details, on a free account or idea; explain this is of and discourse in a learned method, usually written down
    • make big
    • become larger or bigger
    • In order to make bigger.
    • To talk at size upon or on (some subject)
    • to produce; setting at-large.
    • to obtain additional astern or parallel with all the vessel's program; to draw aft; said for the wind.
    • make bigger
    • add details, on a free account or idea; make clear the meaning of and discourse in a learned method, generally written down
    • make big
    • become larger or larger
    • to create larger.
    • To talk at size upon or on (some subject)
    • to discharge; to create at-large.
    • To get more astern or parallel with the vessel's course; to draw aft; said for the wind.
    • make bigger
    • add details, as to a free account or idea; explain the meaning of and discourse in a learned method, generally in writing
    • make big
    • become larger or bigger
  • others:
    • To make bigger; add to; rise in extent, volume, or volume; expand; augment: as, to expand a building or a business.
    • to improve the capability or range of; increase; make much more extensive.
    • to boost in features; magnify to the attention.
    • To set in particular or at freedom; give freedom or scope to; launch from limitation, confinement, or force.
    • to convey most importantly; expatiate upon: within sense today followed by on or upon. See II., 2.
    • To awaken powerful spiritual feeling in; “enlarge one's heart” of; therefore, to move to utterance; trigger or allow to expatiate: usually reflexive.
    • In old legislation, to give additional time for you; expand, postpone, or continue: as, to enlarge a rule or an order.
    • To grow large or larger; increase; dilate; expand: as, a plant enlarges by growth; an estate enlarges by good management.
    • To talk in particular; be diffuse in speaking or composing; expatiate; amplify: with on or upon.
    • To exaggerate.
    • In photography, to make enlargements; practise solar power publishing. See growth, 8.
    • resulting in (a horse) to distribute their legs wider aside, so as to prevent him from interfering.
    • to produce larger; add to; upsurge in degree, volume, or volume; expand; augment: as, to expand a building or a company.
    • to improve the ability or range of; increase; make more comprehensive.
    • to boost in appearance; magnify toward attention.
    • To set most importantly or at freedom; give freedom or range to; launch from restriction, confinement, or force.
    • To state at large; expatiate upon: in this sense now followed by on or upon. See II., 2.
    • To awaken strong spiritual experience in; “enlarge the center” of; therefore, to go to utterance; trigger or allow to expatiate: often reflexive.
    • In old law, to give additional time for you; expand, postpone, or carry on: since, to expand a rule or an order.
    • to cultivate huge or larger; enhance; dilate; expand: because, a plant enlarges by development; an estate enlarges by great management.
    • To speak in particular; be diffuse in speaking or writing; expatiate; amplify: with on or upon.
    • To exaggerate.
    • In photography, to make enlargements; practise solar publishing. See enlargement, 8.
    • To cause (a horse) to spread his legs wider apart, in order to avoid him from interfering.
    • to produce larger; increase; escalation in extent, volume, or volume; increase; augment: because, to enlarge a building or a business.
    • to improve the capacity or range of; expand; make much more comprehensive.
    • To increase in features; magnify into the eye.
    • setting in particular or at freedom; give freedom or range to; launch from restriction, confinement, or force.
    • To state at-large; expatiate upon: in this feeling today accompanied by on or upon. See II., 2.
    • To awaken strong religious feeling in; “enlarge the heart” of; hence, to move to utterance; cause or permit to expatiate: often reflexive.
    • In old law, to provide further time for you to; extend, postpone, or carry on: since, to expand a rule or an order.
    • to cultivate big or bigger; boost; dilate; increase: since, a plant enlarges by development; an estate enlarges by good administration.
    • To talk at-large; be diffuse in speaking or writing; expatiate; amplify: with on or upon.
    • To exaggerate.
    • In photography, to produce enlargements; practise solar power publishing. See development, 8.
    • To cause (a horse) to distribute their feet wider apart, in order to prevent him from interfering.
  • noun:
    • Freedom; liberty; growth.
    • Freedom; freedom; growth.
    • Freedom; liberty; enlargement.

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