spread out
Verb

spread out

  1. (idiomatic, intransitive) Become further apart.
    The police spread out to search a wider area.
  2. (idiomatic, transitive) To place items further apart.
    Spread the cards out and then turn two of them over at random.
Translations
  • Portuguese: espalhar-se
Translations Adjective

spread out

  1. Far apart, not close to each other - far apart, extended over an expanse of space or time.
    Synonyms: spaced out, thin, Thesaurus:diffuse
  2. Covering a wide area of space or long period of time.
    Synonyms: widespread



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