Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To enlarge; increase.
“Toss all of the ingredients together in alarge bowl.”
“Prime Minister Harper and Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff haveannounced that they support the ban, and alarge if not overwhelming majority of Canadians agree with them.”
“In May, FBI agents searched his home and found alarge cache of child pornography, federal prosecutors said.”
“The newresults are based on data from the British Cohort Study, alarge research effort to chart the long-term health of almost every person born in Britain during a one-week period in April of 1970.”
“For instance, one company sent copies of its catalogue of products to alarge number of INTERNET users.”
“So it creates alarge illeterate community who will be the leader in future.”
“Upon hisarrival at the Imam Khomeini International airport, alarge crowd of reporters met him with cameras, notebooks and laptops in hand.”
“Peshawar: A NATO supply terminal near Peshawar was attacked by some unknown insurgents, causing alarge fire and destroying close to 100 trucks and containers.”
“Instead, they givethe illusion of looking at alarge television screen about 10 feet away.”
“I buy in very small quantities or render the fat when making alarge pork roast like for tamales ...”
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