|förstöra englanniksi||magnify sv, destroy sv, enlarge sv, embiggen sv, destruct sv, blow up sv|
*: For they herde them speake with tonges, and magnify God.
*: For he who freely magnifies what hath been nobly done, and fears not to declare as freely what might be done better, gives ye the best covnant of his fidelity [...].
*: The least error in a small quantity...will in a great one...be proportionately magnified.
: The earthquake destroyed several apartment complexes.
: Hooligans destroy unprovoked
: Smoking destroys the natural subtlety of the palate
: Destroying a [[rabid]] dog is required by law.
: The memory leak happened because we forgot to destroy the temporary lists.
: Knowledge enlarges the mind.
*: O ye Corinthians, our ... heart is enlarged.
*: I shall enlarge upon the Point.
*: Like a Lionesse lately enlarged.
*: Finding no meanes how I might us enlarge, / But if that Dwarfe I could with me convay, / I lightly snatcht him up and with me bore away.
*: It will enlarge us from all restraints.
*: Uncle of Exeter, enlarge the man committed yesterday, that raild against our person. We consider it was excess of wine that set him on.
*: Are there not, however, barbarous verbs in all languages? lang|grc|??? ?????????? ?????? ? ????, but the people magnified them, to make great or embiggen, if we may invent an English parallel as ugly. After all, use is nearly everything.
*: A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man.
*: [p 24] For large P, the three-form fluxes are dilute, and the gradient of the Myers potential encouraging an anti-D3 to embiggen is very mild.
*: [p 26] While in both cases for P anti-D3-branes the probe approximation is clearly not good, in the set up of this paper we could argue that there is a competing effect which can overcome the desire of the anti-D3s to embiggen, namely their attraction towards the wrapped D5s.
*: As I joyfully embiggen myself into the vague silhouette of Chewbacca, I have time to reflect on just what it is about big hair that I find so elementally appealing.
*: Train stations: how busy is yours? Victoria Station in 1927. Click image to embiggen.
: Why do cars in movies always blow up when they fall off a cliff?
: We had to blow up the bridge before the enemy army arrived.
: More civilians than soldiers have been blown up by anti-personnel mines.
: Blow up the balloons.
: Blow up the picture to get a better look at their faces.
: This album is about to blow up; they’re being promoted on MTV.
: Dad blew up at me when I told him I was pregnant.
: to blow someone up with flattery
*: blown up with high conceits engendering pride
: to blow up a contention
: to blow up a person for some offence
*: I have blown him up well — nobody can say I wink at what he does.
: ANOTHER PENALTY: w|Frickson Erazo with a high challenge in the area on the onrushing Lizio and Aguilar blows up for a spot kick. [https://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/football/copa-america/2015/ecuador-bolivia-752823.html]