Enlarge ( verb , verb )

(As a verb)

Enlarge ( verb )

  1. To make larger in size or quantity.
  2. To increase the extent, number, volume, or amount of something.

Origin:

From en- (prefix meaning "in") + large.

Examples:

  1. He enlarged the house by adding a new wing.
  2. She enlarged the garden by planting new flowers.
  3. They enlarged the company by acquiring new businesses.
  4. We enlarged the collection by buying new artworks.
  5. You enlarged the library by buying new books.

(As a verb)

Enlarge ( verb )

  1. To make larger in size or quantity.
  2. To increase the extent, number, volume, or amount of something.

Origin:

From en- (prefix meaning "in") + large.

Examples:

  1. He enlarged the house by adding a new wing.
  2. She enlarged the garden by planting new flowers.
  3. They enlarged the company by acquiring new businesses.
  4. We enlarged the collection by buying new artworks.
  5. You enlarged the library by buying new books.
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