enlargement : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in lorj muhnt

  • n  the act of increasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope
  • n  the state of being enlarged
  • n  a discussion that provides additional information
  • n  a photographic print that has been enlarged

  • Since the treaty is necessary for enlargement and has to be ratified by all 15 member states, the people will have spoken and the process will be irreparably smashed.
  • Once inside the body, the kala-azar protozoan invades and weakens the immune system, causing fever, weight loss, anemia and enlargement of the spleen.
  • Ludek Zahradncek, a Czech official in charge of selling enlargement, realizes his compatriots "take this as discrimination and it could be understood this way.
News & Articles


  • Nicolas Sarkozy in International Herald Tribune
    Without the Treaty of Lisbon there won't be any enlargement,French President Nicolas Sarkozy told reporters. "You can't say no to reforms and yes to enlargement ...... It's nothing against Croatia."
  • Jacques Chirac in Forbes
    To seek to involve the alliance in nonmilitary missions, ad hoc partnerships, technological ventures or an insufficiently prepared enlargement could only distort its purpose,French President Jacques Chirac told a meeting with his country's...
  • Jaap de Hoop Scheffer in International Herald Tribune
    The discussion was frank and open, there was no hiding of views but the spirit was positive,de Hoop Scheffer said. "It is true that NATO enlargement is a contentious issue. The minds do not exactly meet, to put it mildly."

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