Translation for 'to sprawl' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to sprawl | sprawled | sprawled
sprawling | sprawls
SYNO conurbation | sprawl | sprawling | ...
to sprawl {verb}просвам (се) [несв.]
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Translation for 'to sprawl' from English to Bulgarian

to sprawl {verb}
просвам (се) [несв.]
Usage Examples English
  • Can also be allowed to sprawl along the ground as a dense ground cover.
  • But the capital started to sprawl, first along the river from the City to Westminster, and then north past Soho (in medieval times, the king's hunting grounds) to Oxford Street and beyond.
  • The growth in popularity of the car allowed cities to sprawl, therefore encouraging more travel by car resulting in inactivity and obesity, which in turn can lead to increased risk of a variety of diseases.
  • "Protea compacta" usually forms erect slender bushes, tending to sprawl on richer soils.
  • In due time plantations started to sprawl around the place, and in 1824 the lepers were moved to the further afield Coppename location, an abandoned plantation.

  • It is mainly based at the Mechanic's Institute hall and its surrounding land, and continues to sprawl each time it runs.
  • Ocean City continues to sprawl westward across the bay and toward Berlin and Ocean Pines.
  • Kiffa was allowed to grow haphazardly and to sprawl during the later 20th century, and it has continued to do so.
  • Goldmark is concerned over the loss of working forests to sprawl and unsustainable logging practices.
  • As urban areas continue to sprawl, land for development of private truck stops nearby becomes prohibitively expensive and there seems to be an understandable reluctance on the part of the citizenry to live near a facility where a large number of trucks may be idling their engines all night, every night, or to experience the associated increase in truck traffic on local streets.

  • Midway between downtown and the beaches, the Sandalwood neighborhood began developing in spring of 1960 and is just one example of the many planned subdivisions beginning to sprawl across the area at that time.
  • The stems tend to sprawl along the ground, with the ends densely leafed and upturned.
  • Furthermore, frontage roads can increase urban sprawl. Land along highways is made open for development, allowing shopping centers and other buildings to sprawl.
  • Whilst clearly defined side ridges regularly branch off northwards from the main chain of the Venediger Group, towards the south the mountain tend to sprawl over a larger area forming their own subgroups: the Durreck Group, the Panargenkamm and the Lasörling Group.
  • Land recycling offers an alternative to sprawl development.

  • As the city's suburbs continued to sprawl outwards, the Bracks government sought to restrict new suburban growth to designated growth corridors and encourage higher-density apartment living in the city's main transport hubs.
  • Less attention was given to the homelessness crisis in Portland and unhoused areas like East Delta Park began to sprawl.
  • The Second Y Not Festival was at held at a new venue, Pikehall, Derbyshire. This allowed the festival to sprawl over a larger area. Around 1000 people attended over the three days.
  • It began to sprawl in 1907, after the mayor Ernesto Nathan promoted the creation of an industrial area at the beginning of the Via Ostiense; then, after the 1909 town plan was approved, a fluvial harbour, the "Mercati Generali", a prominent gasometer and the "Centrale Montemartini" (a former power station now housing part of the Capitoline Museum's collection of classical sculpture) were built.
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