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X-rays showed her lungs were filling with fluid and her heart was enlarged. The Sun (2013)The moral is that the more we can enlarge our scope for wonder, the more we enrich our lives. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Medics told me my heart was enlarged and I had abnormal amounts of fluid in my lungs. The Sun (2014)I know they can enhance reading, especially for the elderly because the font size can be enlarged. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The detail below has been enlarged twice the size that I drew it to show you just how free the pen strokes are. Crawshaw's Watercolour Studio (1993)
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British English: enlarge VERB
When you enlarge something or when it enlarges, it becomes bigger.
The college has announced its intention to enlarge its stadium.
Definition of enlarge from the Collins English Dictionary
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