Category: Part of speech:
(Intransitive) To (be) change(d) from a smaller form/size to a larger one.
(Obs.) To challenge to a fight
To contribute to the effectiveness or improvement of (something); improve or advance: (American) Alternative spelling of . publicise
To verify; to make good; to substantiate; to establish; to sustain.
To put forward; propose or suggest:
To seek to develop familiarity with; give one's attention to; pursue
One who actively assists, defends, pleads, prosecutes, speaks, writes, or otherwise supports the cause of another. A lawyer. To speak, write, or otherwise support a cause by argument.
(Archaic) To put before someone else in rank, office, etc.; promote; advance
Nourish is defined as to feed or develop.
To be of service or use; function:
To improve electronically the quality or clarity of (a photograph or other image) as by means of a computer
In the prescribed direction or sequence for normal use:
To give support to; foster:
The definition of aid means to provide help or to provide some item or advice that will make something easier or that will solve a problem. (Archaic) To support, countenance, maintain, uphold, or aid any good cause, opinion, or action; to maintain. [First attested in the late 16 th century.]
To give moral or spiritual support or encouragement to
To be kind or helpful to, but in a haughty or snobbish way, as if dealing with an inferior
To spread (a doctrine or theory) by propaganda To provide public information about (a product, service etc.) in order to attract public awareness and increase sales. [from 19th c.]
(Now Rare) To use profitably or to good advantage
Subsidize is to pay part of the costs of producing or doing something.
To indicate formally one's approval or support of (a motion, nomination, etc.) as a necessary preliminary to discussion of or a vote on it
To be or to provide a benefit to.
To be useful or helpful to (a purpose, cause, etc.); serve; promote; aid
(Informal) To move or work doggedly and persistently:
To spy out or otherwise get information on (racehorses)
To stimulate or excite. Often used with up :
To raise to a higher moral, cultural, or intellectual level:
Graduate means to mark a container with lines showing amounts of a liquid or solid.
To put something higher or further.
To exalt is defined as to praise the virtues of someone or to raise that person into a position of greater authority or power.
To cause to seem or appear larger than is really so; increase the apparent size of, esp. by means of a lens or lenses
To be indulgent or too indulgent toward; be partial to; prefer unfairly
To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment
To proceed from a lower to a higher level or degree, as in rank, pitch, etc.
To a greater extent or degree:
To lower in pride; make modest or humble in mind
(Chemistry) To decrease the valence of an atom by adding electrons.
Endorse is defined as to give your approval to someone or something or to authorize the payment of a document by signing with one's signature.
To be a reason for disbelieving or distrusting; cast doubt on
To degrade is defined as to treat someone with disrespect, to lower someone's rank, to make something not as good, or to break down or deteriorate.
To retard or obstruct the progress of.
To hinder (progress, an activity, etc.); impede
The definition of hurt is feeling physical pain, or to cause someone or something to experience physical pain or to cause harm.
To force (someone) to experience, endure, or do something:
To refuse or fail to pay (a check, draft, bill of exchange, etc.)
to convert (a pawn that has crossed the board and reached the end row) to a more powerful piece (Cycling, intransitive) To increase speed aggressively and without warning.
To give (someone or something) to (someone or something else) as food.
(Archaic) To beg for; implore:
To cause to be liked by many people
To deliver in a certain tone or style, or with a certain audience in mind.
(Electricity) To increase the voltage of (a circuit).
To puff is defined as to blow in short bouts of wind or air, or to fill with air.
To promote to a more skilled job at higher pay (Idiomatic) To promote (an employee considered troublesome) to a position of lesser influence, but of apparently higher status.
(Archaic) To stand (at a place) or to (an opinion), to attend a theatrical performance.
To support or help, as with money, endorsement, etc.
Urge is defined as to force or push to stimulate someone to take action. (Intransitive) To become weaker.
To deprive of strength; make feeble. Synonym Study
emphasizes assistance in bringing a desired goal closer to further a cause
emphasizes the idea of action as an impetus concessions were made to forward the pact
implies assistance in hastening the course of anything or in moving toward an objective to advance a project To
is to help in the establishment, development, or success of something to promote good will
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