Dilate

[musical project] Dilate was an ambient solo project begun in 1996 by keyboard player Victor Wulf. ==History== Wulf began writing music in 1977. After working with experimental industrial band Vampire Rodents, he released his first album under the name Dilate, Cyclos, in early 1996. The follow-up, Octagon, was released in mid-1997. Both alb...
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dilate

speak comprehensively become wider large 
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dilate

[v] - become wider
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Dilate

, dilation, means to make or become larger or widened or enlarged.
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Dilate

Become wider.
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Dilate

Dilate: To stretch or enlarge. It comes from the Latin verb 'dilatare' meaning 'to enlarge or expand.'
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Dilate

Di·late' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dilated ; present participle & verbal noun Dilating .] [ Latin dilatare ; either from di- = dis- + latus wide, not the same word as latus , used...
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Dilate

Di·late' intransitive verb 1. To grow wide; to expand; to swell or extend in all directions. « His heart dilates and glories in his strength.» Addison. 2. To speak largely and copiously; to dwell in narration; to enlarge; -- with on or upon ...
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Dilate

Di·late' adjective Extensive; expanded. [ Obsolete] B. Jonson.
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dilate

1. To grow wide; to expand; to swell or extend in all directions. 'His heart dilates and glories in his strength.' (Addison) ... 2. To speak largely and copiously; to dwell in narration; to enlarge; with on or upon. 'But still on their ancient joys dilate.' (Crabbe) ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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dilate

verb become wider; `His pupils were dilated`
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dilate

(di´lāt) to stretch an opening or hollow structure beyond its normal dimensions.
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Dilate

• (v. t.) To expand; to distend; to enlarge or extend in all directions; to swell; -- opposed to contract; as, the air dilates the lungs; air is dilated by increase of heat. • (v. i.) To speak largely and copiously; to dwell in narration; to enlarge; -- with on or upon. • (a.) Extensive; expanded. • (v. t.) To enlarge upon; to r...
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Dilate

The opening up of the cervix for the vaginal delivery of a baby. Dilation is measured in centimeters from 0 - 10, with 10 being fully dilated. Once the cervix is fully dilated to 10 cm, delivery can begin. Dilation can occur naturally or it can be induced by medical intervention. There are four phases of cervical dilation. The latent phase take...
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dilate

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī′lāt Definitions: 1. To perform or undergo dilation.
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Dilate

To stretch or enlarge. It comes from the Latin verb "dilatare" meaning "to enlarge or expand."
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Dilate

Temporarily enlarge the pupil with special eye drops to allow an eye care specialist to better view the inside of the eye.
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dilate

To widen or enlarge an opening or hollow structure beyond its usual size, such as the pupil of the eye or a blood vessel.
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Dilate

To stretch or enlarge. It comes from the Latin verb 'dilatare' meaning 'to enlarge or expand.'
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