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Definition of "expanding" []

  • Present participle of expand. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "expanding" in a sentence
  • "In China's 12th five-year plan for economic and social development, one can also find the phrase "expanding converging interests.""
  • "He began to lay out the administration's case for how much they've done for immigrant rights supporters even in the absence of a legalization bill: The children's health care expansion bill Mr. Obama signed early in his term expanding coverage to include legal immigrant children; Mr. Obama on Thursday announcing steps to streamline the legal immigration process."
  • "Worse, these same foods are what I call expanding foods: they have extreme effects on the body and cause a seemingly positive short-term energy boost, while creating a nutritional disaster over time."