to magnify

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Tom büyüteçle kayayı inceliyor. - Tom examines the rock with a magnifying glass.

Tom bir büyüteçle fotoğrafı inceledi. - Tom examined the photo with a magnifying glass.


Tom büyüteçle kayayı inceliyor. - Tom examines the rock with a magnifying glass.

Bir büyütecin var mı? - Do you have a magnifying glass?

magnifying glass pertavse
{f} büyütmek, büyük göstermek
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To make an object appear larger so one can see it in more detail, such as with a magnifying glass or a telescope
To make a situation or an idea appear greater or more important than it is
the process of displaying one file pixel over a block of display pixels For example, if the magnification factor is 3, then each file pixel will take up a block of 3 ¥ 3 display pixels Magnification differs from zooming in that the magnified image is loaded directly to image memory
To magnify an object means to make it appear larger than it really is, by means of a special lens or mirror. This version of the Digges telescope magnifies images 11 times A lens would magnify the picture so it would be like looking at a large TV screen. magnifying lenses. = enlarge reduce
Make an image appear bigger
To cause an image to appear larger or smaller than the corresponding object When we look through a lens, we often see things magnified: convex lenses often magnify objects larger, while concave lenses always magnify objects smaller Mirrors can also magnify objects
to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth; "tended to romanticize and exaggerate this `gracious Old South' imagery"
make large; "blow up an image"
increase in size, volume or significance; "Her terror was magnified in her mind
To make great, or greater; to increase the dimensions of; to amplify; to enlarge, either in fact or in appearance; as, the microscope magnifies the object by a thousand diameters
To exaggerate; as, to magnify a loss or a difficulty
To have the power of causing objects to appear larger than they really are; to increase the apparent dimensions of objects; as, some lenses magnify but little
increase in size, volume or significance; "Her terror was magnified in her mind"
{f} enlarge, increase the size of; cause to appear larger (by means of lenses, etc.); exaggerate, make seem more important or serious
If you magnify something, you make it seem more important or serious than it really is. They do not grasp the broad situation and spend their time magnifying ridiculous details = exaggerate
To increase the importance of; to augment the esteem or respect in which one is held
An apparent increase in the size of an object
To magnify something means to increase its effect, size, loudness, or intensity. Their noises were magnified in the still, wet air
To praise highly; to laud; to extol
To have effect; to be of importance or significance
to magnify


    to mag·ni·fy

    Türkische aussprache

    tı mägnıfay


    /tə ˈmagnəˌfī/ /tə ˈmæɡnəˌfaɪ/

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