- ruimer, wijder maken
- become broader
"The road broadened"
- make broader
"broaden the road"
- Good movies broaden your horizons.
- Good films broaden our horizons.
- Broaden your horizon so that as you become more and more able to take care of yourself you will move intelligently.
- In this day and age, it is incredible that people still want to spend years learning some foreign language while they could learn Esperanto in a matter of weeks and broaden their reach to the entire world.
- Consequently, companies are generally able to broaden their supply in periods of high demand.
- On that occasion it was decided to broaden the definition of the European steel sector to include tube producers.
- Annexes I, III and IV may be amended in the light of experience gained with this Directive, in so far as such amendments do not broaden its scope.
- Strengthen internal control and audit capacity in the Ministry of Finance and broaden controls applied to the public administration as a whole.
- The broadening of the bank's equity capital base would, it is true, broaden Helaba's lending capacity (business-expansion function of equity capital).
- Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 70/2001 defines fundamental research as an activity designed to broaden scientific and technical knowledge not linked to industrial or commercial objectives.
- provide comprehensive information and broaden awareness of the benefits of organic farming, in particular with regard to environment protection, animal welfare, maintenance of the countryside and rural development
- There are essentially two goals: firstly, to broaden the raw material base and, secondly, to extend the company’s sphere of activity.
- As part of the response to the crisis, the rules of the EGF need to be revised to provide for a derogation in order to broaden temporarily the EGF’s scope and to enable it to react more effectively.
- Furthermore, the Annexes to this Directive may be amended by the Commission when necessary in order to improve the regime established by this Directive, in so far as such amendments do not broaden the scope of this Directive.
- In view of recent developments and after further assessment, the Governing Council considers it useful to broaden the definition of customer also to include the Member States that have not adopted the euro and their national central banks (NCBs).