enlargeable

All Adjective
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  • When text and images are large and/or enlargeable, it is easier for users with poor sight to read and understand the content.
  • For example, in the (enlargeable) figure at the right, the necessary conditions for a local maximum are similar to those of a function with only one variable.
  • A raster data type is, in essence, any type of digital image represented by reducible and enlargeable grids.
  • He must have his trial; must, in one way or another, encounter life, and disclose what amount of the real might be in him -- what little, but enlargeable claim he might have to manhood! Cited from Home Again, by George MacDonald
  • However, the widespread use of cameras as a way of reporting news did not come until the advent of smaller, more portable cameras that used the enlargeable film negative to record images.