Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de spread

(verbo) 
Definition
to open out or unfold to the fullest width
He spread his coat over the bed.
Sinónimos
open (out)
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extend
Stand straight with your arms extended at your sides.
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unfold
He quickly unfolded the blankets and spread them on the mattress.
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unfurl
two weeks later when the leaves unfurl
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fan out
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unroll
(verbo) 
Definition
to be displayed to its fullest extent
He stepped back and spread his hands wide.
Sinónimos
extend
They have added three new products to extend their range.
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stretch
an artificial reef stretching the length of the coast
(verbo) 
Spread the bread with the cream cheese.
Sinónimos
coat
Coat the fish with seasoned flour.
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cover
She was soaking wet and covered with mud.
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smear
Smear a little olive oil over the inside of the salad bowl.
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smother
Luckily, it wasn't smothered in creamy sauce.
(verbo) 
Definition
to apply as a coating
Spread the cream over the skin and allow it to remain for 12 hours.
Sinónimos
, ,
rub
He rubbed oil into my aching back.
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smooth
She smoothed the lotion across his shoulder blades.
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plaster
She gets sunburn even when she plasters herself in lotion.
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daub
They daubed his home with slogans.
(verbo) 
Definition
to extend over a larger expanse
The sense of fear is spreading in residential neighbourhoods.
Sinónimos
grow
An inoperable tumour was growing in his brain.
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increase
The population continues to increase.
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develop
Children develop at different rates.
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expand
Water expands as it freezes.
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widen
The river widens considerably as it begins to turn east.
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mushroom
The industry has mushroomed over the last decade.
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escalate
Unions and management fear the dispute could escalate.
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proliferate
Courses in creative writing have proliferated in recent years.
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multiply
Her new job has multiplied the demands on her time.
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broaden
We must broaden our appeal.
(verbo) 
Definition
to distribute or be distributed evenly
The course is spread over a five-week period.
Sinónimos
space out
,
(verbo) 
Definition
to send or be sent out in all directions or to many people
Someone has been spreading rumours about us.
Sinónimos
circulate
Public employees are circulating a petition calling for his reinstatement.
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publish
The paper did not publish his name for legal reasons.
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broadcast
Don't broadcast your business outside the family.
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advertise
Religious groups are not allowed to advertise on TV.
It has been much advertised in specialist magazines.
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distribute
Break the exhibition up and distribute it around existing museums.
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scatter
He began by scattering seed and putting in plants.
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proclaim
He continues to proclaim his innocence.
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transmit
mosquitoes that transmit disease to humans
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make public
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publicize
He never publicized his plans.
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propagate
They propagated subversive political doctrines.
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disseminate
The press plays a critical part in disseminating news and information.
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promulgate
Such behaviour promulgates a negative image of the British.
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make known
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bruit
Antónimos
hold back
, , , , , ,
hold in
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(verbo) 
The overall flaring tends to spread light.
Sinónimos
diffuse
Our aim is to diffuse new ideas obtained from elsewhere.
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cast
The moon cast a bright light over the yard.
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shed
as dawn sheds its first light
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radiate
Thermal imagery will show up objects radiating heat.
(verbo) 
Sinónimos
swell
The limbs swell to an enormous size.
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dilate
The pupils dilate to let in more light.
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10 (verbo) 
Definition
to open out or unfold to the fullest width
Sinónimos
lay out
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set
She had set the table and was drinking coffee at the hearth.
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prepare
He said the government must prepare an emergency plan for evacuation.
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arrange
She arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon.
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a spreading
The greatest hope for reform is the gradual spread of information.
Sinónimos
increase
a sharp increase in productivity
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development
the development of the embryo
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advance
They clocked up a worldwide sales advance of 27 per cent.
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spreading
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expansion
the rapid expansion of private health insurance
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transmission
the transmission of knowledge and skills
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proliferation
the proliferation of nuclear weapons
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escalation
a sudden escalation of unrest in the south-eastern region
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diffusion
the development and diffusion of ideas
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dissemination
the dissemination of scientific ideas
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dispersal
the dispersal of this negative attitude
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suffusion
(sustantivo) 
Definition
the wingspan of an aircraft or bird
The rhododendron grows to 18 inches with a spread of 24 inches.
Sinónimos
extent
an estate about seven or eight acres in extent
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reach
Luckily, the phone was in easy reach.
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span
The bridge has a span of 579 feet.
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stretch
It's a very dangerous stretch of road.
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sweep
the whole sweep of German social and political history
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width
The width of the road has been increased to 20 ft.
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compass
Within the compass of a book of this size, such a comprehensive survey is not practicable.
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a large meal
(informal)  They put on a spread of sandwiches for us.
Sinónimos
feast
Lunch was a feast of meat, vegetables, cheese, and wine.
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banquet
Last night he attended a state banquet.
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blowout (slang)
Once in a while we had a major blow-out.
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repast
He proclaimed it a splendid repast.
,
(sustantivo) 
Definition
two facing pages in a book or magazine
There was a double-page spread on a dinner for 46 people.
Sinónimos
feature
a special feature on breast cancer research
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report
Press reports vary dramatically.
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story
Those are some of the top stories in the news.
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piece
There was a piece about him on television.
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article
a newspaper article
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item
There was an item in the paper about him.
(sustantivo) 
We have an enormous spread of industries in the area.
Sinónimos
range
The two men discussed a range of issues.
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variety
a store selling a wide variety of goods
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selection
It offers the widest selection of antiques.
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assortment
an assortment of cheeses
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gamut
I went through the whole gamut of emotions.

Frases verbales

See spread out

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of advance
They clocked up a worldwide sales advance of 27 per cent.
in the sense of advertise
Definition
to present or praise (goods or a service) to the public, in order to encourage sales
Religious groups are not allowed to advertise on TV.It has been much advertised in specialist magazines.
Sinónimos
plug (informal),
push (informal),
crack up (informal),
make known,
beat the drum (informal),
bring to public notice
in the sense of arrange
Definition
to plan in advance
She arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon.
Sinónimos
fix up,
jack up (New Zealand, informal)

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