expansion


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Synonyms for expansion

Synonyms for expansion

the act of increasing in dimensions, scope, or inclusiveness

a wide and open area, as of land, sky, or water

Synonyms for expansion

the act of increasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope

a function expressed as a sum or product of terms

a discussion that provides additional information

References in classic literature ?
He pushed the policy of expansion until he broke all the records.
Such was the plunging progress of the Bell Companies in this period of expansion, that by 1905 they had swept past all European countries combined, not only in the quality of the service but in the actual number of telephones in use.
But as might have been expected, it was New York City that was the record-breaker when the era of telephone expansion arrived.
Alike in its origin, its development, and its highest point of efficiency and expansion, the telephone is as essentially American as the Declaration of Independence or the monument on Bunker Hill.
The PPACA public health insurance exchange and PPACA Medicaid expansion programs came to life in January 2014, and new PPACA major medical coverage underwriting and pricing rules took effect that month.
Growing demand for gas in the southwest part of Western Australia has made significant expansion of the DBNGP necessary.
Last year across the six county region from Ventura to San Diego counties, the LAEDC logged 252 major business expansions -- leases of at least $1 million or a building of at least 20,000 square feet -- 96 fewer than in 2004.
The expansion of the Javits Center will increase exhibit space from 760,000 square feet to more than 1.
If we look toward expansion to 200 titles and a million articles a year in 2005, it may be too much too quickly.
Until 1998, the standard theory of cosmology held that, ever since the Big Bang, gravity's tug has slowed the expansion of the universe.
According to small business consultant Wally Bock, one of the worst things a small business owner can do when considering expansion is to ask, "What about the economy?
In performance, this new method allows silica sand to work as well as lake sand in expansion control.
The retail expansion will include a 25,000-square-foot Winners clothing outlet and a 15,000-square-foot Sport Chek athletic store.
By the same token, water-blown beads need extra help during pre-expansion, so Nova applies a slight vacuum in the pre-expander, which causes the air pressure inside the bead to add expansion force.
The requirement that the waiver demonstration projects must be statewide may prevent states from piloting expansion programs in regions or limited areas.