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Translation of "expand" - English-Spanish dictionary

expand

verb /ikˈspand/
to make or grow larger; to spread out wider ampliar, aumentar, dilatar, crecer Metals expand when heated He does exercises to expand his chest The school’s activities have been expanded to include climbing and mountaineering. expanse /-s/ noun a wide area or extent extensión an expanse of water. expansion /-ʃən/ noun the act or state of expanding dilatación, expansión the expansion of metals. expansive /ikˈspænsiv/ adjective covering a large area amplio an expansive beach/view. including a lot of information expansivo an expansive style of writing. friendly and willing to talk a lot comunicativo, efusivo She was in an expansive mood. expansively adverb extensamente expansiveness noun carácter sociable
(Definition of expand from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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