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enlarge

verb /inˈlaːdʒ/
to make larger
aumentar, ampliar
He enlarged the garden.
to reproduce on a larger scale (a photograph etc)
aumentar, ampliar
We had the photograph enlarged.
enlargement noun something enlarged, especially a photograph.
ampliación
the act of enlarging or state of being enlarged
aumento
Enlargement of the glands in the neck is usually a sign of illness.
enlarge on phrasal verb to speak, write etc in more detail
extenderse sobre
Would you like to enlarge on your original statement?
(Definition of enlarge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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