Examples of broaden in a Sentence
They need to broaden their understanding of other cultures.
The police have broadened the scope of the investigation.
Her smile broadened when I told her the good news.
The investigation has broadened to include the mayor's staff.
His interests broadened to include art and music, not just sports.
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The government is expected to highlight changes to the law to collect tax from transactions in goods and services done via e-commerce platforms between foreign companies and local consumers, which will broaden the tax revenue base, Maybank said.
Faherty said in the past most decisions were made by the board officers, but now the range of input will broaden as committees expand in scope.
Kids are coming to the door earlier in the evening and the age range of trick-or-treaters seems to keep broadening.
Isola broadened his bloodstain search and passed the laundromat again.
The Edge, bassist Adam Clayton and drummer Larry Mullen, Jr. — the album also represented the start of a major new chapter that saw the band significantly broaden its stylistic scope and artistic reach.
In the middle of your forehead and the middle of your chin to help broaden these naturally narrow areas.
Fernandez-Ruiz ultimately hopes R2R can broaden its market and eventually provide work for up to 5,000 Filipino artisans.
This savior mentality excuses broadening our wardrobes well into the hundreds of pieces, which can, cumulatively, cost thousands of dollars.
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