Amplify [verb]

Definition of Amplify:

increase in size or effect

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“Core to what we do at Live Nation is helping amplify voices onstage around the world, and supporting voting is another important way we want to continue making voices heard,” said Michael Rapino, the company’s president and CEO, in a statement.

In removing accounts Tuesday, Twitter pointed to policies specifying, “You can’t artificially amplify or disrupt conversations through the use of multiple accounts.”

It will accelerate rapid, perhaps chaotic, urbanization of cities ill-equipped for the burden, testing their capacity to provide basic services and amplifying existing inequities.

Instead, they use it to amplify other projects that help them make money.

Our priority at our events is to amplify the voices that have been silenced by the majority.

“Our full mission is to amplify under-represented voices and to inspire action and promote empathy,” Atkins said.

If they find virus particles, researchers amplify them to figure out how many there are – a rough guide to how many people are infected among those who contributed feces and bodily fluids to the sewage sample.

“Just this week, we took down a network of 13 accounts and two pages that were trying to mislead Americans and amplify division,” he said.

The A5 Lux takes everything you know and love about a kick scooter and amplifies it for a truly satisfying ride.

Without a step to amplify viral material, however, an antigen test can be less sensitive than PCR or LAMP and result in a higher rate of false-negative results, up to 20 percent per the FDA’s emergency use authorization guidelines for antigen tests.