In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(make bigger)(area/hole) agrandar(gland/pore/heart) dilatar
- Photo-finishing services can easily make copies while enlarging the print if desired and repairing any damage that has been done to the old photo.
- It enlarges and focuses the image onto your wall.
- He first invents paintings and then photographs them, enlarging the images so that they take on a soft focus that seems to undermine the accuracy and truth of photography.
- When the heart is forced to work extra hard for an extended period of time, it tends to enlarge.
- As smaller countries, their voting rights should be reduced in the new EU, which enlarges from 15 to 25 members next year.
- Each winning photograph has also been enlarged and framed as a memento of the event.
- She enlarges this image as a laser print and then, following the photograph's main outlines, overpaints large sections of it with flat expanses of acrylic in muted tones.
- You can print it as-is, taking up less than the full page, or enlarge it to fill the page as much as possible.
- Up until this point I have been using Kodak film and having my negatives printed off and enlarging and framing them.
- Through 200 years they built and enlarged the great mosque in the center of the city.
- Also, we have been increasing the number of recruiters, enlarging bonuses and developing other initiatives to further encourage volunteers.
- The intention was to convert the ground floor of a house into a farm shop, replace and enlarge the garden centre and coffee shop and landscape an overflow car park.
- If it persists or enlarges during the follow up period, it can be removed surgically.
- Family members continued to build up and enlarge the house over a period of 150 years.
- We must also refine and enlarge our understanding of what constitutes human progress.
- He invested in a digital video camera with an eye to making video, but found himself fascinated by enlarging still images on multiple pieces of paper on his inkjet printer.
- She complained that the lesion had appeared recently and was enlarging.
- I decided to enlarge the photo to include a white field below the original image.
- The owners have had the property enlarged and carried out extensive modernisation.
- Mr Bullimore said the farmer had a pond on his land enlarged and fenced off a 50m by 25m enclosure.
- He in turn captured them perfectly with his camera, and enlarging them added to their splendour.
- The liver and spleen may enlarge, so that they can be felt on either side, just below the ribs.
- Boys become fitter and stronger, the shoulders enlarge and the legs lengthen.
- The tragedy enlarges through the day as war rages on in distant Iraq.
- The resulting digital image has been enlarged and printed onto arches paper.
- The camera obscura was widely used in the 18th and 19th centuries for copying pictures and prints, and for reducing or enlarging their sizes in the process.
- By clicking on each image, the physician can further enlarge the photograph to full screen size.
- She was on her way back from the forensics lab where she used their dark room to enlarge the photo of their suspect.
- He expands his fortune and enlarges his house.
- The photographs were then enlarged and the diameters were determined by scale measurements from the size marker.
- Photographs can be enlarged, so that even the impressions of the writings on stones could be clearly seen.
- The pictures are ‘ideal for enlarging and for use at political rallies and demonstrations’!
- We always seemed to have builders around us, extending and enlarging what was quickly becoming too small a premises for the rapidly expanding wholesale business.
- In other words council will continue and seek to enlarge its land development activities.
- With the spread of the internet and the computer, people can make something, print it out and enlarge it.
- The main points in the strategy are to preserve the company's line of business and to secure funds for enlarging and upgrading its fleet.
- She often enlarges aerial views and other scenes to a size at which the viewer feels unbalanced due to the lack of recognizable perspective.
- The first will be opened later this month and the developer plans to enlarge the marinas so they may hold over 30 boats in the future.
- So if you want to print your own photos and enlarge some of them, you will want to have a high resolution camera and shoot at the highest resolution possible.
3(membership) aumentarthe enlarged edition — la edición aumentada / ampliada
1(become larger)(cell) agrandarse(cell) aumentar de tamaño(pore/vein) dilatarse
2formal(add detail)extenderseto enlarge on / upon sth — extenderse sobre algo
- he had no time to enlarge upon the subject — no tuvo tiempo para extenderse sobre el tema / para ampliar la información
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