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  • 1 Spread

    Increase: P. ἐπίδοσις, ἡ.
    v. trans.
    Stretch out: P. and V. τείνειν, ἐκτείνειν.
    Strew: P. and V. στορεννύναι, Ar. and V. στορνύναι.
    Circulate (rumours, etc.): P. and V. διαγγέλλειν, διασπείρειν, Ar. and V. σπείρειν, P. κατασκεδαννύναι.
    Spread reports (absol.): P. διαθροεῖν, λογοποιεῖν.
    Diffuse: P. and V. διασπείρειν, διαδιδόναι, V. ἐνδατεῖσθαι, Ar. and V. σπείρειν.
    Spread (a table, etc.): use Ar. and P. παρατιθέναι.
    Let a rich table be spread for you: V. σοὶ πλουσία τράπεζα κείσθω (Soph., El. 361).
    Spread out: Ar. διαπεταννύναι.
    Stretch out: P. and V. τείνειν, ἐκτείνειν.
    Spread out the hands: V. ναπτύσσειν χέρας.
    Lengthen: P. and V. τείνειν, ἐκτείνειν, μηκνειν; see Prolong.
    Spread over: Ar. and P. καταπεταννναι (τινά τινι), V. περτείνειν (τί τινος).
    Spread under: P. and V. ποστορεννύναι (Xen., also Ar.).
    V. intrans.
    Extend: P. and V. τείνειν.
    To prevent the earth from spreading far: P. ὅπως μὴ διαχέοιτο ἐπὶ πολύ τὸ χῶμα (Thuc. 2, 75).
    to the upper city: P. ὕστερον δὲ καὶ εἰς τὴν ἄνω πόλιν ἀφίκετο (Thuc. 2, 48).
    Spread (of rumours, etc.): P. and V. διέρχεσθαι. V. ἐπέρχεσθαι.
    Increase: Ar. and P. ἐπιδιδόναι.
    Spread among (of rumours, etc.): P. and V. διέρχεσθαι (acc.), V. διήκειν (acc.).
    Spread over ( of disease): P. ἐπινέμεσθαι (acc.) (Thuc. 2, 54).
    Spread round: P. περιτείνεσθαι.
    Of a bed: V. στρωτός.
    Ill-spread: V. κακόστρωτος.

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language > Spread

  • 2 spread

    past tense, past participle; see spread

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  • 3 spread

    1) απλώνω
    2) διαδίδω
    3) επέκταση
    4) φουντώνω

    English-Greek new dictionary > spread

  • 4 spread out

    1) (to extend or stretch out: The fields spread out in front of him.) εκτείνομαι
    2) (to distribute over a wide area or period of time: She spread the leaflets out on the table.) απλώνω
    3) (to scatter and go in different directions, in order to cover a wider area: They spread out and began to search the entire area.) απλώνομαι,σκορπίζω

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