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(Mathematics) To write (a quantity) as a sum of terms in an extended form.
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  1. (Mathematics) To write (a quantity) as a sum of terms in an extended form.
  2. To become greater in size, volume, quantity, or scope:
  3. To become expanded; spread out, unfold, enlarge, etc.
To cause to become widely seen or known; scatter or disseminate:
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  1. To cause to become widely seen or known; scatter or disseminate:
  2. To be exhibited, displayed, or visible in broad or full extent:
  3. To be extended or enlarged:
To increase in size or volume as a result of internal pressure; expand.
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  1. To increase in size or volume as a result of internal pressure; expand.
  2. To cause (a tone, chord, etc.) to increase in loudness
  3. To increase in volume or loudness
To make greater or larger.
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  1. To make greater or larger.
  2. To multiply; reproduce.
  3. To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment
To enlarge the scope or effect of:
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  1. To enlarge the scope or effect of:
  2. To increase in quantity or bulk by adding a cheaper substance:
  3. To be or become long, large, or comprehensive:
To make (something already developed or well under way) greater, as in size, extent, or quantity:
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  1. To make (something already developed or well under way) greater, as in size, extent, or quantity:
  2. To become augmented.
  3. To become greater; increase
To become greater in size, volume, quantity, or scope:
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  1. To become greater in size, volume, quantity, or scope:
  2. (Mathematics) To write (a quantity) as a sum of terms in an extended form.
  3. To become expanded; spread out, unfold, enlarge, etc.
To make greater or larger.
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  1. To make greater or larger.
  2. To multiply; reproduce.
  3. To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment
(Intransitive) To increase or become great.
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  1. (Intransitive) To increase or become great.
  2. To increase the scope of; extend:
  3. To consider to be or cause to appear greater than is really the case; exaggerate:
To develop more fully, as with details, examples, statistics, etc.
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  1. To develop more fully, as with details, examples, statistics, etc.
  2. To produce amplification of:
  3. (Electronics) To increase the strength of (an electrical signal) by means of an amplifier
To become greater; increase
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  1. To become greater; increase
  2. To make (something already developed or well under way) greater, as in size, extent, or quantity:
  3. To become augmented.
To urge others to support; promote
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  1. To urge others to support; promote
  2. To increase; raise:
  3. (Electricity) To increase the voltage of (a circuit).
To increase or strengthen by adding gradually to:
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  1. To increase or strengthen by adding gradually to:
  2. To establish a basis for; found or ground:
  3. To increase in amount, force, etc.; grow or intensify
To put forth buds, shoots, etc.; sprout
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  1. To put forth buds, shoots, etc.; sprout
  2. To begin to grow or blossom.
  3. To grow or develop rapidly; expand or proliferate.
To pass (a transaction or case) on to a higher level in an organizational hierarchy:
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  1. To pass (a transaction or case) on to a higher level in an organizational hierarchy:
  2. To rise on or as on an escalator
  3. To grow or increase rapidly, often to the point of becoming unmanageable, as prices or wages
(Mathematics) To write (a quantity) as a sum of terms in an extended form.
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  1. (Mathematics) To write (a quantity) as a sum of terms in an extended form.
  2. To become expanded; spread out, unfold, enlarge, etc.
  3. To work out or show the full form of (a contraction, mathematical equation, etc.)
To give added bulk or body to (a substance) by adding another, usually cheaper or inferior, substance
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  1. To give added bulk or body to (a substance) by adding another, usually cheaper or inferior, substance
  2. To cause to move at full gallop. Used of a horse.
  3. To be or become long, large, or comprehensive:
To cause to grow; raise:
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  1. To cause to grow; raise:
  2. To increase in size and develop toward maturity, as a plant or animal does by assimilating food
  3. To allow (something) to develop or increase by a natural process:
To make greater or larger.
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  1. To make greater or larger.
  2. To multiply; reproduce.
  3. To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment
To make more intense or extreme:
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  1. To make more intense or extreme:
  2. To cause to appear greater, more important, or more extreme than is in fact the case:
  3. To increase or have the power to increase the size or volume of an image or a sound.
To set in position for use:
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  1. To set in position for use:
  2. To increase in amount, extent, or intensity:
  3. For the names of actual mountains, see the specific element of the name; for example, McKinley, Mount; Olives, Mount of; Blanc, Mont. Other geographic names beginning with Mount are entered under Mount; for example, Mount Vernon; Mount Desert Island.
(Math.) To find the product of by multiplication
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  1. (Math.) To find the product of by multiplication
  2. To grow in amount, number, or degree:
  3. To increase in number, amount, extent, or degree; specif., to increase by procreation
To increase or spread at a rapid rate:
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  1. To increase or spread at a rapid rate:
  2. To multiply rapidly; increase profusely
  3. To cause to grow or increase rapidly.
To puff up or become larger; swell up:
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  1. To puff up or become larger; swell up:
  2. To increase in volume of sound; become louder, shriller, etc.
  3. To cause to rise:
(Idiomatic) To bring a flag to the top of its flag pole.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To bring a flag to the top of its flag pole.
  2. (Idiomatic) To make something, usually an item of clothing, very quickly.
  3. (Cricket) of a bowler, to run, or walk up to the bowling crease in order to bowl a ball.
To increase or accumulate rapidly and uncontrollably, like a ball of snow rolling down a snow-covered hill
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  1. To increase or accumulate rapidly and uncontrollably, like a ball of snow rolling down a snow-covered hill
  2. To grow rapidly in significance, importance, or size:
  3. To cause to grow or increase rapidly.
To glide along without engine power, maintaining or gaining altitude on currents of air
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  1. To glide along without engine power, maintaining or gaining altitude on currents of air
  2. To rise well above the usual or ordinary level or bounds; be elevated
  3. To increase or improve suddenly above the normal or usual level:
To cause (a tone, chord, etc.) to increase in loudness
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  1. To cause (a tone, chord, etc.) to increase in loudness
  2. To rise or extend above the surrounding level, as clouds.
  3. To increase in volume or become larger as a result of pressure from within; expand; dilate
To surge up
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  1. To surge up
  2. (Intransitive) to surge up, or to become stronger or greater
Any of various solid, usually yellow substances that melt or soften easily when heated. They are similar to fats, but are less greasy and more brittle. Naturally occurring animal and plant waxes are esters of saturated fatty acids and alcohols of high molecular weight, including sterols. Waxes are also manufactured synthetically from petroleum, and are used to make polishers, lubricants, coatings, waterproofing, crayons, candles, and many other products.
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  1. Any of various solid, usually yellow substances that melt or soften easily when heated. They are similar to fats, but are less greasy and more brittle. Naturally occurring animal and plant waxes are esters of saturated fatty acids and alcohols of high molecular weight, including sterols. Waxes are also manufactured synthetically from petroleum, and are used to make polishers, lubricants, coatings, waterproofing, crayons, candles, and many other products.
  2. To grow or become as specified:
  3. To grow gradually larger, more numerous, etc.; increase in strength, intensity, volume, etc.
(Idiomatic) to strengthen or reinforce; to add substance to
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  1. (Idiomatic) to strengthen or reinforce; to add substance to
To produce amplification of:
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  1. To produce amplification of:
  2. (Electronics) To increase the strength of (an electrical signal) by means of an amplifier
  3. To develop more fully, as with details, examples, statistics, etc.
To become affected with a disease; contract.
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  1. To become affected with a disease; contract.
  2. To aid in the growth of; strengthen:
  3. To come to have gradually; acquire:
To make wider or larger; cause to expand or swell; stretch
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  1. To make wider or larger; cause to expand or swell; stretch
  2. To speak or write in detail (on or upon a subject)
  3. To become wider or larger; expand.
To change (food or substances in the body) into compounds that can be assimilated, excreted, etc.
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  1. To change (food or substances in the body) into compounds that can be assimilated, excreted, etc.
  2. To produce or compose (a substance, for example) from simpler elements.
  3. To work out with care and detail; develop thoroughly:
(Mathematics) To write (a quantity) as a sum of terms in an extended form.
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  1. (Mathematics) To write (a quantity) as a sum of terms in an extended form.
  2. To work out or show the full form of (a contraction, mathematical equation, etc.)
  3. To become expanded; spread out, unfold, enlarge, etc.
(Archaic) To roam or wander freely
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  1. (Archaic) To roam or wander freely
  2. To speak or write in great detail; elaborate or enlarge (on or upon)
  3. To speak or write at length:
To suffer from distress or a disadvantage:
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  1. To suffer from distress or a disadvantage:
  2. To undergo, and suffer the pains of, childbirth
  3. To undergo the labor of childbirth.
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