‹ Exotropia Expandable ›
Meanings and phrases
- extend in one or more directions; spread out
- become larger in size or volume or quantity
- grow vigorously; boom; thrive; flourish
- make bigger or wider in size, volume, or quantity
- exaggerate or make bigger; inflate; blow up; amplify
- add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing; elaborate; lucubrate; expatiate; exposit; enlarge; flesh out; expound; dilate
- expand the influence of; extend
- Since then its development continued to expand.
- Both schools continued to expand into the 20th century.
- Abercrombie & Fitch Co. continued to expand.
- The hospital plans to expand to 150 beds in the future.
- It plans to expand to Houston in late 2018.
- In 2009, Union Bank opened a branch in Texas, with plans to expand.
- Settlement in the area began to expand quickly.
- Under Belkin, the institution began to expand greatly.
- Proving successful, the chain began to expand.
- In 1976 it decided to expand its activities to other parts of the country.
- After the Chicago Fire of 1871, the company decided to expand its operations.
- Also it was decided to expand Divizia A and first four teams of both series were promoted.
- In order to expand the trade borders of Russia, Peter the Great created the trade fleet.
- At 1833 in order to expand his professional activities, he moved to Cairo (Egypt) and then Romania.
- In 2006, Taci established KUID Sh.p.k (KUID) in order to expand into the retail sector of refined products.
- They typically lack capital to further expand their network.
- In 1940 he came to Bombay to further expand his music career.
- The construction of the tunnel will also further expand the Galle Face Green towards the ocean.
- As a result, it was able to expand by over 1,000 percent between 1990 and 2005.
- Over the years that followed, Eurosender was able to expand its services significantly.
- To be able to expand the business, in 1997 she went into partnership with Hamlet International.
- It sought to expand the ways in which it can bring pleasure to readers.
- Over time, the clan sought to expand its influence beyond this backwater.
- In 1861, French Emperor Napoleon III sought to expand his empire and invaded Mexico.
- She hopes to expand upon this in the future by writing a book and doing public speaking.
- The later Vatican Mythographers repeat and expand upon the traditions of Servius and Fulgentius.
- Modern FPGA families expand upon the above capabilities to include higher level functionality fixed in silicon.
- CNL continues to expand their presence downtown.
- The Compostela Village Project began in 2010 and continues to expand.
- Among emerging economies, China's e-commerce presence continues to expand every year.
- Sutuphaa wanted to expand the territory of Ahom kingdom.
- Rogers wanted to expand into television, but died in 1954.
- Platini was clear about why he wanted to expand the World Cup.
- Uren had grasped the simple fact ‘that ceremonial areas did not expand but offices did’.
- Septeto Soprano added a piano during this decade but did not expand its brass section until the 1940s.
- At the same time, homologous recombination does not expand the multiple A --> G gradients seen in plastomes.
- The Confederacy had no plan to expand, protect or encourage its railroads.
- Both India and Bangladesh plan to expand onshore and offshore oil and gas operations.
- A plan to expand the Port of Tottori and straighten the lowest reaches of the river was made in this period.
- In 2010, they started to expand in Singapore and 2012 in Qatar.
- Chile slowly started to expand its influence and to establish its borders.
- As they progressed in skill they started to expand their field to create profit.
- This album was created because the band wanted to expand beyond their mostly Canadian fan base.
- They were built outside the old ramparts when the city was finally allowed to expand beyond its fortifications.
- The architectural development of the city ended in the 18th century, when the city began to expand beyond its (still existing) wall.
- This program is looking to expand into father and daughter, grandparent and son or daughter.
- The company is challenging the dominant Android in China and is also looking to expand into Western markets.
- The Japanese insurer was looking to expand its foothold on insurance especially as its Japanese market ages increasing costs.
- Many white Tennesseans resisted efforts to expand suffrage and other civil rights to the freedmen.
- By 1964, membership had risen to 80,000, and the ACLU participated in efforts to expand civil liberties.
- In January 2001, it changed its name to Foreca as part of its efforts to expand the company internationally.
- Despite several hundred being taken every year, numbers continue to expand.
- Most populations continue to expand as they recover from previous commercial hunting and environmental threats.
- The combustion products continue to expand through the two-stage power turbine which generates shaft horsepower for the aircraft.
- It is believed that the Margraves of Baden planned to expand Mühlburg.
- Currently there are 31 children and planned to expand for 100 children.
- At the time of the original announcement, the nine schools planned to expand to at least 12 members.
- Chile has made an effort to expand nontraditional exports.
- The in 2008 initiated an effort to expand open access in order to "exhaust the potential of digital publishing."
- Since 1989, the Muftiate has made effort to expand interreligious relations between Muslims and religious groups in Bulgaria.