Translation of magnify in Spanish:


ampliar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈmaɡnɪfʌɪ//ˈmæɡnəˌfaɪ/

transitive verbmagnifying, magnified, magnifies

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    • 1.1

      (image) ampliar
      (image) aumentar de tamaño
      (voice) amplificar
      amoeba (magnified 600 times) ameba (ampliada 600 veces)
      • Most models offer a digital zoom, which lets you magnify an image after it's been snapped.
      • The endoscope is extremely small, which allows the viewing lens to magnify an image up to 200%.
      • Her blue eyes were magnified from the lenses of her glasses, making them appear like pools of the Pacific Ocean.
      • Those small moments of relative lushness are magnified, become powerful and touching, in their drab context.
      • The beating in his chest was magnifying and he felt he was about to burst and scream out his anger as he turned the corner.
      • Not giving up, Keyan put the bullet under a microscope, magnifying it 1000 times and going over the surface nanometer by nanometer.
      • Viruses are extremely small things, so even normal microscopes are not powerful enough to allow us to visualise a virus, so one has to use an electron microscope which magnifies objects by 40,000 times or so.
      • Special effects like mosaic and sepia can be applied in-camera, while a 4x digital zoom magnifies your subject.
      • Eventually, electron microscopy was greatly improved, with microscopes able to magnify an image 2,000,000 times.
      • From either side, the viewer looks through Fresnel lenses that magnify the insects.
      • The sneer magnified on his face, then changed into mocking laughter.
      • Atomic force microscopy uses a mechanical probe to magnify rigid materials at the atomic scale to produce 3 - D images of the surface.
      • To see an air molecule, one must use a complex microscope that can magnify an object over a million times.
      • Yet if vulnerabilities and safeguards aren't linked, and vested interests are allowed to get in the way of objectivity, risk will only be magnified.
      • In other words, the synergistic effects of one solution can be magnified by other solutions in the chain.
      • As the minutes wore on, the enormous audience began to fairly bake with the tension spreading, reflecting, and magnifying from mind to mind.
      • Here the image is magnified by a second lens, known as the eyepiece.
      • Isaac Newton proposed using a curved mirror, rather than a lens, to magnify the heavens, and reflecting telescopes are nowadays the norm.
      • It is well known that when mixed, chemicals may magnify one another's effects.
      • Were these activities strung together in an integrated fashion - building on one another - the impact and potential for success would be magnified dramatically.
      • This is not to say that digital imaging cannot be used for high-power photography, but rather simply that one cannot obtain those high-power photographs by magnifying low-power images.
      • Trapped for weeks on end with the same group of people, under the same roof, the constant casual cruelties of adolescence were both magnified and intensified - causing me much quiet suffering.
      • Galileo's telescope was similar to a pair of opera glasses in that it used an arrangement of glass lenses to magnify objects.
      • When this spectrum is magnified, black lines can be seen superimposed on the colours.
      • Consequently all the city's contrasts, contradictions and ambiguities seem to be magnified by the scorching sun.
      • These will reflect and magnify any blast on to unprotected buildings over a wider area with potentially disastrous results for their occupants.
      • These moons and rings had existed for millennia, but they were beyond human perception until the invention of a device that could magnify the faint images.
      • On a still smaller scale, magnified several hundred times, similar patterns emerge on the surface of a pollen grain.
      • The lens tube serves to magnify the illuminated slide, so that projected images from 6 to 12 feet wide can be obtained.
      • Indeed, it is often the case that an area can find itself subjected to a number of tremors, where the effects will overlap and magnify each other.
      • Way out in the corners of the galaxy, there are objects so massive that they curve light into gargantuan gravitational lenses, distorting and magnifying objects behind them.
      • When private companies enter the field of manned spaceflight, those inherent risks could be magnified.
      • These foreground clusters act as lenses that magnify the light of the protogalaxies and allow us to detect and study them.
      • Painted a vivid yellow that is echoed in the striped bedspread, the wall contrasts with adjacent white surfaces to magnify the room's sunlit quality.
      • Attachment behaviors are likely to be heightened, and transition stress will be magnified for those who lack a safe attachment to their family members.
      • Often induced by witnessing atrocities, the trauma's impact has been magnified by the effects of malnutrition and squalid living conditions.
      • His chin was tilted up, creating a belligerent mask-like effect, readily magnified by the frosted glare of his eyes.
      • First, tadpole foraging and growth rate may increase with increased size, and hence any negative effect of the predator on growth rate will be magnified at high tadpole growth rates.
      • This can be seen as an example of synergistic epistasis, in which deleterious alleles tend to magnify each other's effects.
      • Cook and Barrett play in the New York metropolitan area, which magnifies the media attention.

    • 1.2(exaggerate)

      (difficulty/problem) exagerar

  • 2

    • The words go like this: “I’m free to worship, I’m free to praise, I’m free to lift up holy hands and magnify His name.”
    • Time shall embalm and magnify her name.