Part of speech:
To increase; raise:
William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
Travel means to go to a different location or to take a trip.
To walk, wander, tramp, or gad
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To move or act suddenly and smartly
To move about aimlessly:
To accustom to something from an early age:
To begin to move in such a manner:
To travel over or through.
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
To raise the rate of; increase
To reduce the sagging of (the face, breasts, etc.) by means of cosmetic surgery
To travel in (a region previously unknown or little known) in order to learn about its natural features, inhabitants, etc.
(Bridge) To raise (the bid) by making a jump bid
To raise by means of a jack
To traverse on foot:
(Informal) An angry or irritated reaction:
A kind of knapsack, specif. one attached to a lightweight frame and worn by campers or hikers
(Music) A gradual increase in volume (crescendo), usually followed by a gradual decrease (decrescendo)
The definition of an excursion is a short outing or trip, generally with a specific purpose.
Proliferation is a rapid increase in numbers or rapid growth.
An increase, as in size, number, value, or strength; extension or expansion:
An increase in the magnitude or strength of an electric current, a force, or another physical quantity, such as a radio signal.
To become or cause to become less or smaller, as in number, amount, or intensity.
To reduce is to make something smaller or to become or feel smaller, or forcing someone into a less desirable position.
To reduce in standing or respect.
To change in price, value, etc.
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