verb (used with object), en·larged, en·larg·ing.
verb (used without object), en·larged, en·larg·ing.
Origin of enlarge
Examples from the Web for enlarging
Even a frugal firm like Wal-Mart is enlarging its Silicon Valley presence.Battle of the Upstarts: Houston vs. San Francisco Bay|Joel Kotkin|October 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I initially had great hopes that this 10-part miniseries would have a tangible impact on enlarging the jazz audience.Jazz (The Music of Coffee and Donuts) Has Respect, But It Needs Love|Ted Gioia|June 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They also discussed the possibilities of enlarging the energy contracts for Russian oil companies.Russia Angles for More Mideast Influence by Selling Arms to Iraq and Buying Its Oil|Anna Nemtsova|October 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
As a result of World War II, European artists migrated to America enlarging the scene and diminishing Paris as the center.
He was just as pushing and determinated and persisting in his work as though he was taking orders for enlarging crayon portraits.Ladies and Gentlemen |Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury) Cobb
He began by rebuilding the friars' dormitories, enlarging their gardens, and giving them a good water-supply.Beatrice d'Este, Duchess of Milan, 1475-1497|Julia Mary Cartwright
Mrs. Delamere had pinned Mr. Bankes in a corner, and was enlarging to him upon one of her favourite topics.Interludes|Horace Smith
They are enlarging their farms yearly,—improving much in fencing, etc.A History of Oregon, 1792-1849|William Henry Gray
Some regard them as the necessary result of successful and enlarging business.Usury|Calvin Elliott