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|present participle||spreading out|
|past tense||spread out|
|past participle||spread out|
Spread out the map so we can all see it.
The students felt the course would be better if it was spread out over two years instead of one.
He spread out his toes in the soft sand and wiggled them.
This is the British English definition of spread out. View American English definition of spread out.
a sweet brown powder that tastes like chocolate and is made from the seeds of a Mediterranean tree