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.
Recent Examples of broaden from the Web
If international donors truly want to help develop civil society groups, a good place to start might be an effort to broaden their fundraising activities on the local level.
Both also were interested in broadening their education by learning about reverse engineering.
Since the law was broadened in 2013-14 to drop the requirement for students to first attend public schools, more than half of students using a voucher in 2014-15 have not attended public school, according to the study.
Whole Foods has struggled to grow sales and profits in the past few years as competitors (including Kroger) broadened their own healthy and organic offerings.
College is a time for broadening your horizons and meeting people from all walks of life.
The complicating factor for Ken is that those standards have broadened more in regard to women, possibly because men already had more leeway with their appearance.
Very few’ overseas investors will take part at start: E Fund China is about to broaden foreign access to its $10 trillion debt market -- but international investors are likely to be wary.
His White House has made little effort to broaden the bedrock of support for a president who lost the popular vote and receives scant backing from Democrats.
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First Known Use of broaden
BROADEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of broaden for English Language Learners
: to make (something) wider or more general
: to become wider or more general
BROADEN Defined for Kids
Definition of broaden for Students
: to make or become wide or wider
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