Spraying Spread-eagle

Spread

Meanings and phrases

spread

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. distributed or spread over a considerable extent; dispersed
  2. fully extended in width; outspread
  3. prepared or arranged for a meal; especially having food set out

spread

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n.
  1. a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures; gap
  2. process or result of distributing or extending over a wide expanse of space; spreading
  3. farm consisting of a large tract of land along with facilities needed to raise livestock (especially cattle); ranch; cattle ranch; cattle farm
  4. a haphazard distribution in all directions; scatter
  5. a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed; banquet; feast
  6. decorative cover for a bed; bedspread; bedcover; bed cover; bed covering; counterpane
  7. a tasty mixture to be spread on bread or crackers or used in preparing other dishes; paste
  8. two facing pages of a book or other publication; spread head; spreadhead; facing pages
  9. the expansion of a person's girth (especially at middle age)
  10. act of extending over a wider scope or expanse of space or time; spreading

spread

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v.
  1. distribute or disperse widely; distribute
  2. become distributed or widespread; propagate
  3. cause to become widely known; circulate; circularize; circularise; distribute; disseminate; propagate; broadcast; diffuse; disperse; pass around
  4. spread across or over; overspread
  5. spread out or open from a closed or folded state; unfold; spread out; open
  6. become widely known and passed on; go around; circulate
  7. move outward; diffuse; spread out; fan out
  8. strew or distribute over an area; scatter; spread out
  9. cover by spreading something over
  10. distribute over a surface in a layer

center spread

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n.
  1. the spread at the center of a magazine; centre spread

centre spread

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n.
  1. the spread at the center of a magazine; center spread

cheese spread

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n.
  1. spread made of cheese mixed with butter or cream or cream cheese and seasonings

spread eagle

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n.
  1. an emblem (an eagle with wings and legs spread) on the obverse of the Great Seal of the United States
  2. a skating figure executed with the skates heel to heel in a straight line

spread head

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n.
  1. two facing pages of a book or other publication; spread; spreadhead; facing pages

spread out

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. move outward; diffuse; spread; fan out
  2. set out or stretch in a line, succession, or series; string out
  3. move away from each other; disperse; dissipate; scatter
  4. extend in one or more directions; expand
  5. strew or distribute over an area; spread; scatter
  6. turn outward; turn out; splay; rotate
  7. spread out or open from a closed or folded state; unfold; spread; open

spread over

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v.
  1. form a cover over; cover

population was spread

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E.g.
  • In the city the population was spread out with: The median age was 38 years.
  • In the city, the population was spread out with 15.6% under the age of 18, and 17.6% were 65 years of age or older.
  • In the town, the population was spread out with 5.8% under 18, 65.9% from 18 to 24, 12.1% from 25 to 44, 9.1% from 45 to 64, and 7.1% who were 65 or older.

spread across

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E.g.
  • These same deposits are spread across the barthes.
  • The disease spread across the South and Northwest.
  • Quickly organizations spread across both countries.

spread throughout

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  • Word of his voyages soon spread throughout Europe.
  • From Britain, it gradually spread throughout Europe.
  • Education and development spread throughout the area.

spread through

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  • The fire quickly spread through the entire vessel.
  • Basil, whose glory has spread through the whole world.
  • Biological agents can be spread through the air, water, or in food.

spread to other

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  • The innovation spread to other mills and breweries.
  • The fight eventually spread to other parts of the city.
  • It spread to other humans along trade routes.

quickly spread

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E.g.
  • The fire quickly spread through the entire vessel.
  • The fire quickly spread to the nose and cockpit.
  • These new rules quickly spread throughout western Europe.

spread around

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  • The tradition has since spread around the world.
  • They have since spread around the world.
  • The street was sealed off as the gas spread around the area.

spread rapidly

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  • CEF's Home Bible Class Movement spread rapidly.
  • These conflicts spread rapidly, triggering World War II.
  • Both branches of evidence-based medicine spread rapidly.

began to spread

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  • In the following days a number of rumors began to spread.
  • However, panic began to spread among both passengers and crew.
  • Construction of hotels and restaurants began to spread throughout Bali.

then spread

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  • It then spread from Umbria to other parts of Italy.
  • A large net was then spread and suspended below.
  • They then spread diesel fuel in the room and set fires.

spread among

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  • However, panic began to spread among both passengers and crew.
  • Khizri has a total population of 2,317, spread among about 397 houses.
  • It increased awareness about the ease in which bacteria spread among organisms.

prevent the spread

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  • Stricter ballast water regulations and awareness would prevent the spread.
  • In this role he was notable for his efforts to prevent the spread of rabies.
  • Colonists tried to prevent the spread of smallpox by isolation and inoculation.

spread all

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E.g.
  • Copies nevertheless spread all over the world.
  • The people well educated and spread all over the world.
  • They are spread all over the Punjab.

spread quickly

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E.g.
  • So they can be spread quickly and be very destructive.
  • The clubs spread quickly throughout France.
  • The Toughman Contest spread quickly.

soon spread

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E.g.
  • Word of his voyages soon spread throughout Europe.
  • It soon spread across Lika and Bosanska Krajina.
  • Printed copies soon spread throughout Europe.

widely spread

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E.g.
  • The long-range DF units were always widely spread.
  • Non-LTRs are widely spread in eukaryotic genomes.
  • The accordion is widely spread across the world.

spread widely

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  • The petals are a curved lance shape, long, about wide and spread widely apart.
  • The authorities considered suppressing the news, but it had already spread widely.
  • His cult spread widely during the Middle Ages, reaching Capua, Naples and Benevento.

not spread

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E.g.
  • It would not spread to the rest of Europe for nearly a century.
  • Do not spread false news of any kind.
  • Unlike some other "Muscari" species, it does not spread rapidly.

spread the word

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E.g.
  • This helped spread the word about the magazine.
  • Another way Cards for Hospitalized Kids has spread the word is through the media.
  • It's important that we use this platform to spread the word of peace and harmony."

spread awareness

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  • Simply Moving was created to spread awareness of being physically active at all ages.
  • The event aimed to spread awareness and reduce the stigma associated with being an atheist.
  • The students have also been trained to spread awareness for keeping the city clean and green.

later spread

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E.g.
  • death) of the Buddha and later spread throughout Asia.
  • The process later spread from the Middle East to Italy.
  • It later spread to other official ceremonies.

fire spread

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  • The fire spread to the fourth floor, and the roof collapsed.
  • The next day, the fire spread the Big Goat Mountain and the Lone Fir Creek.
  • The fire spread to an adjacent building, which was not in danger of collapse.

spread beyond

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  • Subsequently, its use spread beyond the Gnostics.
  • The game did spread beyond the Elwro factory, however.
  • Epicureanism rapidly spread beyond the Greek mainland all across the Mediterranean world.

spread along

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  • The Spanish employed them as soldiers, and they spread along the Caribbean coast of Central America.
  • Five bridges cross the river, and most of the town lies on the southern bank, spread along the river.
  • A strong band of convection spread along the Madagascar coastline, producing gusts of 180 km/h (110 mph) at Morombe.

spread between

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  • ", they answer "MERS-CoV has been shown to spread between people who are in close contact.
  • As of 2011, it had a population of 716, spread between 333 families throughout an area of .
  • There is no evidence that it can spread between people via normal contact or blood transfusions.

spread of disease

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E.g.
  • This led to the spread of disease.
  • Vampire burials may have been practiced in the hope that the spread of disease would be curtailed.
  • Whatever device is used, shearers must be careful to keep it clean so as to prevent the spread of disease amongst a flock.

helped spread

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  • This helped spread the word about the magazine.
  • Looting of these lost ships also helped spread the disease.
  • The frequent reporting on Lucy Hayes' activities helped spread use of the title outside Washington.

spread out across

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E.g.
  • This allows the sand to spread out across the floor.
  • The islands are spread out across many kilometers of a vast ocean.
  • The TFD has 16 stations spread out across the city and split into 3 battalions.

rapidly spread

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E.g.
  • However, they rapidly spread and became invasive.
  • Word of his finding new lands rapidly spread throughout Europe.
  • However, rumors of the devastation rapidly spread across the country.

stop the spread

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E.g.
  • DeSantis has promised to stop the spread of polluted water from Lake Okeechobee.
  • A new isolation building had to be provided to stop the spread of infectious diseases; this was finished in 1886.
  • In the event of water mains rupturing and a loss of pressure, it may also become difficult to stop the spread of a fire once it has started.

wide spread

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E.g.
  • The engine had a wide spread of power, maximun torque being produced at 8,200 rpm.
  • But the point of concern would be to address the issues which have limit their wide spread use so far.
  • Dyck Dyck is a form the Dutch surname (van) Dijck, which is also wide spread among Russian Mennonites.

rapid spread

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  • Moreover, its seed can float, which aided its rapid spread.
  • The rapid spread of film in the 1920s and radio in the 1930s led to proposals to use it for distance education.
  • The rapid spread of tuberculosis across France and England, however, necessitated a more formal and efficient touching process.

spread the message

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  • He worked among youth and students to spread the message of Vivekananda.
  • During the seventh century, Muslims, who were spreading their faith, reached Libya to spread the message.
  • We want to spread the message that adherence to religion cannot come at the cost of compromising practicality.

continued to spread

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  • Both forms of life continued to spread throughout Europe and beyond.
  • Skyscrapers continued to spread both across the U.S. and internationally.
  • As a new wave of smallpox hit the area and continued to spread, many residents fled to outlying rural settlements.

eventually spread

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  • The fight eventually spread to other parts of the city.
  • Professional cheerleading eventually spread to soccer and basketball teams as well.
  • Nativity plays eventually spread throughout all of Europe, where they remain popular.

word spread

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  • Slowly, a word spread around that Balan and Ashok Raj are childhood friends.
  • Special trains brought visitors up the mountains of Colorado, and word spread rapidly around the country.
  • In Berlin, word spread of Bismarck's admiring description of Disraeli, ""Der alte Jude, das ist der Mann!

further spread

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E.g.
  • The villagers imposed a quarantine on themselves to stop the further spread of the disease.
  • He started his Instagram account in 2016 to further spread his animal rights advocacy using social media.
  • The droppings of the bird are collected by other ants and fed to their young, leading to further spread of the nematode.

rumors spread

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E.g.
  • In the early 1980s, rumors spread of a flaw in the Appel–Haken proof.
  • On July 22, rumors spread about Johnson being traded to the Green Bay Packers.
  • Various rumors spread across social media accusing NDSU of mocking Iowa's defeat.

news spread

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E.g.
  • The news spread to everywhere like a forest fire.
  • Cremona was not far from Milan and the news spread out.
  • The news spread at once, and the people of the market rushed there.

now spread

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E.g.
  • Glo Mobile has now spread to other African countries, namely Benin and Ghana.
  • The Limmud model, first developed in the UK, has now spread to many other countries.
  • This dance has now spread and danced in the festivities of many villages the Colca Canyon.

population is spread

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E.g.
  • The population is spread out with 25.5% under the age of 18, 8.5% from 18 to 24, 30.9% from 25 to 44, 23.4% from 45 to 64, and 11.6% who were 65 years of age or older.
  • Dedham's population is spread out with 22.2% under the age of 18, 5.8% from 18 to 24, 31.1% from 25 to 44, 24.2% from 45 to 64, and 16.6% who were 65 years of age or older.
  • When the population is spread out and running low, pupation can take place under flaps of bark, in crevices, under branches, on the ground, and in other places where larvae rested.

help spread

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E.g.
  • We're so excited to raise money for them and help spread the word about the importance of music education."
  • Their distrust is expressed thusly: can sportization help spread at least some traditional physical activities?
  • He then offers to them the technology possessed by Will, under the condition that they would help spread their culture.
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