make larger

make larger
index build (augment), compound, enlarge, expand, extend (enlarge), heighten (augment), increase, inflate, magnify

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  • make over — PHRASAL VERB If you make something over to someone, you legally transfer the ownership of it to them. [be V ed P to n] Hampton Court was made over to Henry VIII as a present... [V P to n n] John had made over to him most of the land …   English dictionary

  • make an omelette without breaking eggs — complete a larger project without completing preliminary tasks …   English contemporary dictionary

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