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Translation of "spread" - English-Spanish dictionary

spread

verb /spred/ ( past tense, past participle spread)
to (cause to) go (often more widely or more thinly) over a surface extender She spread honey thickly on her toast.
to cover (a surface with something) extender, untar She spread the bread with jam.
to (cause to) reach a wider area, affect a larger number of people etc extender The news spread through the village very quickly.
to distribute over a wide area, period of time etc propagar The exams were spread over a period of ten days.
to open out abrir He spread the map on the table.
spreadsheet noun
(computing) a software program that allows data or figures to be entered and manipulated in a chart consisting of rows and columns. Spreadsheets are often used for carrying out financial calculations Hoja de Calculo The software suite includes a spreadsheet.
(computing) a chart produced using spreadsheet software on a computer Hoja de Càlcul The spreadsheet shows the monthly revenue and expenses for a new business.
spread out phrasal verb
to extend or stretch out extender The fields spread out in front of him.
to distribute over a wide area or period of time extender, prolongar She spread the leaflets out on the table.
to scatter and go in different directions, in order to cover a wider area separar They spread out and began to search the entire area.
(Definition of spread from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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