enlarges, 3rd person singular present; enlarged, past participle; enlarging, present participle; enlarged, past tense;
Make or become bigger or more extensive
recently my son enlarged our garden pond
lymph nodes enlarge and become hard
an enlarged spleen
Develop a bigger print of (a photograph)
make larger; "She enlarged the flower beds"
blow up: make large; "blow up an image"
become larger or bigger
elaborate: add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing; "She elaborated on the main ideas in her dissertation"
To make larger; To speak at length upon or on (some subject); To release; to set at large
(ENLARGING) Extending or making more comprehensive; as an enlarging statute, which is one extending the common law.
(Enlarging) Cameras. - These cameras vary in form, according to the nature of the illumination, but ordinarily consist of a double or triple extension bellows camera, with a holder for the negative or transparency at one end, and for the sensitive plate or paper at the other, the lens being ...
Put off, or extend the time for doing any step in proceedings. (Compare with 'adjourn'.)
To increase the size of a digital photo or digital picture, for printing an enlargement.