verb (used with or without object)
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At this early point, the United States could have focused on scaling up testing, encouraged university laboratories and private companies to develop additional diagnostic tests, and broadened its criteria for who could be tested, Adalja says.Trump downplayed the threat from COVID-19. Here’s how we could’ve fought back harder.|Kate Baggaley|September 11, 2020|Popular Science
However, broadened 5G devices and networks alone won’t solve the current consumer need to stay connected.Why the coronavirus pandemic has made 5G more essential than ever|jakemeth|September 7, 2020|Fortune
The move seemed mystifying, but Walmart said owning the short-video app could drive e-commerce sales by broadening its third-party marketplace—though it may be more effective at boosting the company’s growing advertising business.America’s largest retailer is taking on Amazon Prime|Marc Bain|September 4, 2020|Quartz
Then the legacy magazine brand pivoted to video and broadcast television as a way to not only broaden its audience but deepen the brand deals associated with the franchise.‘A blueprint for what is going to happen’: Time’s Time 100 franchise on track to double revenue in 2020|Kayleigh Barber|September 3, 2020|Digiday
The company points to more than 300 peer-reviewed or independent studies that support its technologies and techniques, and has worked to broaden access to its solution during the pandemic.
You broaden your base, you broaden your message, it shows that you really want to get things done.
On the other hand, this prize does afford us a chance to broaden our horizons beyond the borders of whatever country we live in.
Johnson urged conservatives to tone down their rhetoric to try to broaden the base.
But while Paul may broaden his rhetoric, his outreach is cramped.
You could, I suppose, broaden the definition of “runner-up” to include Romney.
Every new invention, every fresh culture acquisition, is helping to strengthen and broaden the psychical environment of man.Religion & Sex|Chapman Cohen
Can't you think of anything that would interest you and broaden your life enough to make it pleasant?Ben Blair|Will Lillibridge
In becoming thus intensified, motherhood may also broaden and become more extensive as well.The Pivot of Civilization|Margaret Sanger
Life was going to broaden out for him considerably from now on, he was sure of it.The Financier|Theodore Dreiser
Simon, at any rate, made the attempt—an effort to broaden out into a universal system applying to all men at all times.Simon Magus|George Robert Stow Mead