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enlarge (up)on (something)

To add or supply more information or details about something. I can see you aren't familiar with this material yet, so allow me to briefly enlarge upon it for you. I asked the boss to enlarge on the details of the proposal for me.
See also: enlarge

expand (up)on something

 and enlarge (up)on something
Fig. to add detail to a report about something; to say more about something. Would you please expand upon that last remark? Would you care to enlarge upon your remarks?
See also: expand, on
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Eastburn remembers developing Register-Guard film using tanks and reels and making photos for publication on a darkroom enlarger.
The system consists of five instruments: The Hip Director Guide to pinpoint the insertion site for the anterior portal, the Cannulated Switching Stick to provide access to the hip capsule, the Portal Enlarger to enlarge the size of the arthroscopic portal, the Modular T-Handle for controlling and advancing the Switching Stick and Portal Enlarger, and the Pistol Grip Slotted Cannula which allows instruments to be passed in and loose bodies to be removed from the joint.
When I'm working with the enlarger, printing and dodging, I'm completely disconnected to the outside world."
"I'm looking for someone to represent me," said Haya Gil-Lubin, a Las Vegas-based artist who creates what she calls Hayagrams by exposing objects, primarily organic matter, onto photographic paper through an enlarger and manipulating the colors.
Set the condenser enlarger at the right settings and expose the paper.
The negatives are then put into a machine called an enlarger. The enlarger shines light right through the negative to a specially treated piece of paper.
We inherited much of his equipment: a wooden Thornton Pickard half-plate field camera with double book form dark slides and rapid rectilinear lenses (anastigmat had not yet been introduced) and a half plate enlarger lit by a paraffin oil lamp.
Fleur Collection an enlarger to create a unique range of
This is quite a technical bit of kit consisting of an adjustable dripper, an outlet fitting, a 2ft 6in length of pipe and a hole enlarger - which if I did not know better I would swear was a go lf tee.
He got his first gear, a Kodak Baby Brownie and a Federal enlarger, in 1937 at age twelve, and his one and only press card three years later for the New Smyrna Beach Observer, in Florida.
Excess baggage knew no limits as large crates contained an enlarger, developing trays, printing paper, chemistry and an assorted tangle of phone and electric wires and jacks.
"Only 2% of the 60 billion photos taken each year are reprinted or enlarger," observes Kodak chairman and chief executive officer George Fisher.
If you are holding a training meeting for your employees, one of whom is deaf, it is your responsibility to be sure an interpreter is available, or if an employee is sight impaired, make sure an enlarger is available.
She noticed that, with the doors closed (and the heat off), the sauna turned into a pitch black space, ideal for his color enlarger.