לְנַפֵּחַ, לְהִתְנַפֵּחַ, לָפַחַת
Verb(1) exaggerate or make bigger(2) fill with gas or air(3) cause prices to rise by increasing the available currency or credit(4) increase the amount or availability of, creating a rise in value(5) become inflated
(1) objectives should be clearly set out so as not to duplicate work and inflate costs(2) On his bicycle, fitted with a luggage box and a carrier, Gokul is taking with him, a kit bag and of course a vacuum pump to inflate the cycle tyres whenever necessary.(3) Our piece de resistance was a helium tank to inflate Labour Party balloons.(4) It is because of this, and despite the constant attempts by central banks to inflate the currency, that prices are continuing to fall for consumer goods.(5) The balloons inflate the network, putting the string under tension while the string holds the balloons in place.(6) Hence, the central bank may find that despite its attempt to inflate the economy, the money supply will start falling.(7) If there is one thing the Fed can do, they say, it is inflate the currency.(8) No central bank on earth, not even the Federal Reserve System, can continually inflate its currency and defy market rates of interest without harming both its currency and the economy.(9) Compressed air is blown into an opening and the two sheets inflate .(10) Rates of return above borrowing costs engendered heightened investment, which would tend to inflate the economy's general price level.(11) Unfortunately the balloon refused to inflate properly and just dragged along on the surface of the sea.(12) never use an air line on a garage forecourt to inflate your tyres(13) The game comes complete with a single central bank, rules restricting lending competition, and the ability to inflate the currency.(14) They inflate differently and behave differently, and once blown up, they can't be deflated for storage or re-used.(15) They are also concerned not to inflate building costs - which happened in the late 1990s - and to ensure they get value for money.(16) The flower buds are hollow balloons, which gradually inflate and color up.
(1) to inflate :: לנפח
2. increase ::
3. exaggerate ::
4. balloon ::
5. expand ::
inflate, inflated, inflates, inflating
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maybe he'll INFLATE one of
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