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ex·pan·sive

 (ĭk-spăn′sĭv)
adj.
1. Capable of expanding or tending to expand.
2. Broad in size or extent; comprehensive: expansive police powers.
3. Open and communicative; talkative or effusive: Wine made the guest expansive.
4. Grand in scale: an expansive lifestyle.

ex·pan′sive·ly adv.
ex·pan′sive·ness, ex′pan·siv′i·ty (ĕk′spăn-sĭv′ĭ-tē) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.expansively - in an impressively expansive manner; "she managed to live rather expansively on her modest income"
2.expansively - in an ebullient manner; "Khrushchev ebulliently promised to supply rockets for the protection of Cuba against American aggression"
Translations

expansively

[ɪksˈpænsɪvlɪ] ADV
1. (= affably) [welcome, say, smile] → calurosamente
2. (= in detail) [relate, write] → extensamente
he talked expansively of his travelshabló extensamente sobre sus viajesse explayó sobre sus viajes

expansively

adv
(= warmly) sayherzlich; smilebreit; (= enthusiastically)begeistert
(= in detail)ausführlich

expansively

[ɪksˈpænsɪvlɪ] adv (fig) → in modo espansivo
References in classic literature ?
The great specialist having condescended to the priest's simplicity, condescended expansively. He settled himself with comfort in his arm-chair and began to talk in the tone of a somewhat absent-minded lecturer:
The report expansively explains volume trends, the value, and the pricing history of the market.
It's also a visual marvel that is reminiscent of painters Edward Hopper and Grant Wood particularly in the expansively flat-vista sets of designer Daniel Ostling that are so starkly illuminated by lighting designer T.J.
He had tweeted then, 'human rights are the foundation stone of any democracywe must ensure every Pakistani's human rights' and later expansively declared that without human rights, freedom of expression, access to education and healthcare, or the rule of law and justice, cannot be guaranteed.
Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur, said would keep it from being read too expansively. She said it would be better to pass a law allowing police to pull over drivers who aren't wearing seat belts, rather than just ticketing those who are caught unbuckled when stopped for something else.
This retreat offers participants an invitation to stretch further, grow deeper, and love more expansively by exploring the multi-layered dynamics of this foundational attribute.
As funds are channelled more efficiently, expediently and expansively, limitless opportunities that can drive business and industry growth and expand financial inclusion are within reach,' Fonacier said earlier.
The combined communications and policy effort will advance GCIs strategic policy initiatives, expand community engagement, and even more expansively share GCIs unparalleled story of service, innovation, and competition.
She is speaking more expansively and this allows her intention 6 and charm 6 to shine through.
The fifth-wicket pair had added 48 before Carlson, aiming to drive expansively at a wide ball, edged one in Brett Hutton's opening over of the morning to wicketkeeper Adam Rossington after scoring 32.
Fifth-wicket pair Kiran Carlson and Chris Cooke had added 48 before the former, aiming to drive expansively at a wide ball, edged one in Brett Hutton's opening over of the morning to wicketkeeper Adam Rossington after scoring 32.
We'll need to be prepared to knuckle down before earning the right to play expansively.