Translation of expand in Spanish:
- 1 (enlarge)(gas/fluid)(chest)(memory)(Computing)(awareness)(influence/role)Example sentences
- Range-wide, the number of migrants has increased, and the breeding population has recently expanded into Siberia.
- ‘I think this should be expanded into a much bigger conference,’ he said.
- The service, which is currently being expanded into the Cotswold area, is aimed at vulnerable people aged between 16 and 25.
- This version has expanded on the limited repertoire of the original.
- There wasn't a lot of information there; I had to expand on it, invent the colour scheme.
- Although the 1916 film follows the basic plot elements of the Grimm version, it also greatly expands on the original.
- 1 1.1(metal)expandirsedilatarse(gas)expandirse(elastic/rubber band)estirarse(business)expandirse(market)to expand into textiles/overseasexpandirseextenderse1.2extenderse al sector textil/extranjeroalso: expanding present participle(suitcase)con fuelle(file)de acordeón(industry/market)en expansión
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