♦ expansion

♦ expansion
♦ expansion /ɪkˈspænʃn/
n.
1 [cu] espansione; allargamento; ampliamento; aumento; sviluppo: (polit.) territorial expansion, espansione territoriale; (econ.) the expansion of aggregate demand, l'aumento della domanda aggregata; the expansion of an idea, lo sviluppo di un'idea; the expansion of armaments, l'aumento degli armamenti; the expansion of trade, il moltiplicarsi degli scambi
2 [u] (scient.) dilatazione; espansione
3 [u] (mat.) sviluppo (di un'espressione)
● (comput.) expansion board (o expansion card), scheda di espansione □ (mecc.) expansion bolt, bullone a espansione □ (mecc.) expansion coupling, attacco (o giunto) ad espansione □ (comput.) expansion slot, slot di espansione.

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