branched branched  /b ˈræntʃt/


  1. (adj) resembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches
  2. (adj) having branches


  1. They have branched out into sketch comedy as well.
  2. His firm now holds on to stocks longer and has branched into lending and private equity.
  3. He branched out shrewdly and prodigiously, buying up a dizzying array of businesses that he stuffed into his Grupo Carso holding company.


  1. Apple Annie's Orchard Country Store now open

    Apple Annie s Orchard, the family-owned 27 year old business just outside of Willcox and one of Arizona s favorite places to pick-your-own fruit and veggies has branched out.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Silver City Sun-News

  2. Time Warner begins service to control your home

    Cable companies initially provided TV. They branched out years ago into high speed internet. Now they're branching out again, hoping you will let them operate and protect your house.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: TMJ4 Milwaukee


  1. "With 'Twin Cinema,' we branched out to the point where we illustrated that all bets were off for this new album," group principal Carl Newman tells "We realized, we can do any kind of song we want on our albums. This record is...
    on Mar 23, 2007 By: Carl Newman Source: Billboard

  2. "What you saw after the first term is lot of people from the White House really branched out," Hernandez said.
    on Aug 16, 2007 By: Israel Hernandez Source: Houston Chronicle

  3. "MIS are voracious beasts which have branched out into citrus, strawberries, avocados, table grapes, wine grapes and cattle, posing a substantial threat to family farms," Mr McGauran said. "The concerns about MIS in relation to pushing up...
    on Feb 7, 2007 By: Peter McGauran Source: The Age

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