To have an increased effect.
Alternate (chiefly British) spelling of aggrandize.
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1. To make great; to enlarge; to increase.
2. To make great or greater in power, rank, honor, or wealth; -- applied to persons, countries, etc.
3. To make appear great or greater; to exalt.
Increase power or rank of; make greater(Alternate spelling: aggrandise).
To increase the volume of.
1. To enlarge or increase.
2. To grow or intensify.
1. To blow one's stack; fly off the handle, flip one's wig; lose one's temper; blow a fuse; SYN. throw a fit.
2. To make large; SYN. enlarge, magnify.
1. To give a boost to; be beneficial to.
2. To increase or raise; SYN. advance.
3. To increase the voltage of; SYN. supercharge.
4. To push or shove upward, as if from below or behind.
1. To enlarge or increase.
2. To form steadily; SYN. work up, build, progress.
3. To grow or intensify.
4. To increase or strengthen gradually; SYN. work up, build.
1. To calculate principal and interest.
2. To combine so as to form a whole; mix; SYN. combine.
3. To create by mixing or combining.
4. To put or add together; SYN. combine.
Chemical substance made up of two or more elements bonded together, so that they cannot be separated by physical means. Compounds are held together by ionic or covalent bonds.
1. To be gradually disclosed or unfolded; become manifest.
2. To cause to grow and differentiate in ways conforming to its natural development; SYN. make grow.
3. To grow, progress, unfold, or evolve gradually through a process of evolution, natural growth, or differentiation.
4. To make something new and usually improved, such as a product.
5. To generate gradually.
6. To gradually acquire new traits or characteristics; SYN. evolve.
7. To grow emotionally or mature; SYN. grow.
8. To expand a function or expression in the form of a series, in mathematics.
9. To change the use of and make available or usable.
10. To elaborate by the unfolding of a musical idea and by the working out of the rhythmic and harmonic changes in the theme.
11. To disclose or reveal (obsolete).
12. To superimpose a three-dimensional surface on a plane without stretching, in geometry.
13. To move one's chess pieces into strategically more advantageous positions.
14. To make visible by means of chemical solutions; said of photographic film.
1 archaic; increase, lengthen
2. To get with great difficulty — usually used with out
1. To become larger or bigger.
2. To make larger
(Irregular preterit, past participle: grew, grown).
1. To become larger, greater, or bigger; expand or gain.
2. To increase in size by natural process; of living matter, such as plants and animals.
3. To cause to grow or develop.
4. To come to have, of physical features and attributes; The patient developed abdominal pain; SYN. develop, produce, get, acquire.
5. To cultivate by growing; often involves improvements by means of agricultural techniques; SYN. raise, farm, produce.
6. To become attached by or as if by the process of growth.
1. To increase the amount or availability of, creating a rise in value
2. To fill with gas or air; SYN. blow up.
3. To exaggerate or make bigger; SYN. blow up, expand, amplify.
4. To cause prices to rise by increasing the available currency or credit
To increase in size, volume or significance:; SYN. amplify.
Sinonimi: leaven | prove | erect | rear | set up | put up | conjure | conjure up | invoke | stir | call down | arouse | bring up | put forward | call forth | lift | bring up | lift | elevate | get up | bring up
(Homonym: raze, rays).
1. To activate or stir up.
2. To bet more than the previous player, in poker.
3. To bring (a surface, a design, etc.) into relief and cause to project.
4. To cause to be heard or known; express or utter.
5. To cause to puff up with a leaven; of dough; SYN. leaven, prove.
6. To collect funds for a specific purpose.
7. To construct, build, or erect; SYN. erect, rear, set up, put up.
8. To create a disturbance, esp. by making a great noise.
9. To establish radio communications with.
10. To evoke or call forth; SYN. conjure, conjure up, invoke, stir, call down, arouse, bring up, put forward, call forth.
11. (Bridge) To bid (one's partner's suit) at a higher level.
12. To invigorate or heighten;,; SYN. lift.
13. To multiply (a number) by itself a specified number of times: 8 is 2 raised to the power 3.
14. To pronounce (vowels) by bringing the tongue closer to the roof of the mouth.
15. To put forward for consideration or discussion; SYN. bring up.
16. To raise from a lower to a higher position; SYN. lift, elevate, get up, bring up.
17. To raise the level or amount of something.