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Italian translation of “maximize”

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maximize

verb ( UK usually maximise)
 
/ˈmæk·sɪ·maɪz/
to make something as great in amount, size, or importance as possible
aumentare al massimo, massimizzare
Some airlines have cancelled less popular routes in an effort to maximize profits.1808
to make something larger on a computer screen
ingrandire a pieno schermo, massimizzare
Maximize the window by clicking in the corner.
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