Definitions for "Expand"
To lay open by extending; to open wide; to spread out; to diffuse; as, a flower expands its leaves.
To cause the particles or parts of to spread themselves or stand apart, thus increasing bulk without addition of substance; to make to occupy more space; to dilate; to distend; to extend every way; to enlarge; -- opposed to contract; as, to expand the chest; heat expands all bodies; to expand the sphere of benevolence.
To state in enlarged form; to develop; as, to expand an equation. See Expansion, 5.
To display additional slide information in Outline view by double-clicking the slide icon to the left of the desired underlined slide heading.
To show the previously hidden folders and files that are nested inside a branch of the folder tree.
Definition: To open a closed item in a tree structure. The Tree tabbed pane in the Nautilus file manager is a tree structure. To expand a folder in the Tree tabbed pane, click on the arrow next to the folder. Usage: Normal text rules. Example: You can expand and collapse the folders in the Tree tabbed pane.
A DiskSuite Tool command that increases (magnifies) the view of DiskSuite objects.
To view the index to see(usually) how words have been entered. Differs from thesaurus function in that terms are displayed alphabetically rather than in some subject hierarchy. Confusion Note: Syn. Dictionary, Neighbour, Browse, Wordwheel (old)
make bigger or wider in size, volume, or quantity; "expand the house by adding another wing"
exaggerate or make bigger; "The charges were inflated"
add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing; "She elaborated on the main ideas in her dissertation"
Ability to resize objects to produce better organization of on-screen material, usually a graphic or a window.
(n.) a vector computer instruction that stores the elements of a vector according to the values in a corresponding masking vector.
allows you to see posts and replies in a discussion by subject title only.
Decompresses one or more compressed files.
Keywords:  take, propose, space
to take up more space.
propose take