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
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.
Since then, the target list has broadened considerably to counter the Trump administration's actions on DACA, health care, education loans and numerous environmental regulations.
Popular culture and scholarship have rightly celebrated the role of Jews in broadening American public life.
Distillers use hemp and CBD (a non-hallucinogenic chemical in cannabis) to broaden the flavor profile of beer, often with herbal, earthy notes.
Michelle Wimes, president of the St. Teresa’s Board of Directors, said the school has broadened its recruitment efforts to increase the number of minority students and faculty.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church recently accepted two house churches as affiliates to explore new ways of worship that might broaden the base.
But a fast start in his senior season is broadening interest in him.
In each of these cases, history has proved the naysayers wrong and shown the wisdom of broadening the aperture of service.
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