Translation of ensanchar in English:
- 1.1(calle/carretera)1.2(vestido/pantalón)1.3 (ampliar) See examples: el acuerdo ensancha nuestras perspectivasensancha en un gran porcentaje nuestras posibilidades de exportaciónthe agreement opens up more possibilities for us o improves our prospectsit greatly broadens o widens our range of export openingsit greatly extends o expands our export openings
also: ensancharse verbo pronominal
- Pretendo incrementar la recaudación ensanchando la base tributaria.
- El campo del pueblo se ensancha así para aislar al enemigo principal.
- Hay muchos caminos abiertos que es preciso ensanchar.
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