expound definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To give reveal declaration of; set forth: expounded the intricacies of the new tax legislation.
    • to describe in detail; elucidate: The speaker expounded the strategy of positive reasoning. See Synonyms at explain.
    • To lay available; to reveal to see; to look at.
    • To lay start the meaning of; to explain; to clear of obscurity; to understand.
    • to offer reveal statement of; established: expounded the intricacies of brand-new tax legislation.
    • to spell out thoroughly; elucidate: The speaker expounded the approach of good thinking. See Synonyms at explain.
    • To put available; to expose to view; to look at.
    • To put start the meaning of; to explain; to free from obscurity; to interpret.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • In order to make reveal statement: The teacher had been expounding on a favorite topic.
    • to create reveal declaration: The teacher had been expounding on a well liked topic.
  • verb:
    • To lay available; to reveal to view; to examine or exposit.
    • To put open the meaning of; to spell out or discuss at length; to free from obscurity; to understand.
    • state
    • add details, as to an account or idea; explain this is of and discourse in a learned way, usually written down
    • To lay available; to expose to look at; to examine or exposit.
    • To put start the meaning of; to describe or discuss at size; to free from obscurity; to translate.
    • condition
    • include details, on a merchant account or concept; make clear the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, generally on paper
  • others:
    • To set available; examine.
    • To set forth the things or axioms of; put open this is of; describe; translate: since, to expound a text of Scripture; to expound a law.
    • Synonyms Interpret, Elucidate, etc. See explain.
    • To put available; examine.
    • To set forth the points or principles of; lay open the meaning of; explain; interpret: as, to expound a text of Scripture; to expound a law.
    • Synonyms Interpret, Elucidate, etc. See explain.

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